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Report: Indirect exposure to electricity, 220 volts or less at Flowers Baking Company in Miami, Florida

DATE: 01/02/15

On or about 1/2/15 at 9:10 p.m., an employee was preparing to troubleshoot the hamburger bun bagger machine that was not working. He received an electrical shock when he came in contact with a proximity switch. Employee was working alone at the time of the incident. He was admitted to the hospital for one day.

Report ID 2015010027  
Date 01/02/2015  
UPA 929956  
Inspection 1016640  
Primary NAICS 311811  
Nature 193 Electrocutions, electric shocks
Part of Body 6 BODY SYSTEMS
Source 3732 Packaging, wrapping, bundling machinery
Secondary Source 4417 Switchboards, switches, fuses
Event 5121 Indirect exposure to electricity, 220 volts or less
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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