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Report: Struck by powered vehicle-nontransport, n.e.c. at Turnaround Welding Services, LLC in Texas City, Texas

DATE: 01/09/17

An employee was helping a carry deck crane operator deliver items to the field. He followed the crane in a golf cart to the fab tent to retrieve equipment. As he was walking out of the fab tent with a strap in his hand and looking down at the strap to perform a visual inspection, the crane operator was putting his outriggers down. They did not see each other and an outrigger caught the employee’s big toe. The outrigger smashed the steel toe of his boot, splitting and breaking his big toe.

Report ID 2017010922  
Date 01/09/2017  
UPA 1181715  
Primary NAICS 237990  
Nature 111 Fractures
Part of Body 532 Toes(s), toenail(s)
Source 3434 Cranes-other mobile cranes
Event 6219 Struck by powered vehicle-nontransport, n.e.c.
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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