Many workers in the greater Twin Cities area may have attended a recent holiday party, or just an end-of-the-year event, in recent days. While hopefully everyone managed to stay safe at these events, there is always a chance an employee can get injured at a social event like the annual holiday party. Of course, this applies to other company outings that take place at other times of the year as well.
Hand-held power tools are commonplace at most construction sites in Minnesota. They help workers accomplish their jobs efficiently and, oftentimes, even more safely than had the workers relied on hand tools.
Workers in different fields and types of workplaces may suffer from blows to the head while on the job, whether on the assembly line at a plant or the records room in an office park. Even if the incident does not initially seem very serious, it is important for any worker who receives a blow to the head to seek professional medical care as soon as they can. Even minor head injuries can result in harm to the brain, which may cause symptoms that significantly change the way that a victim processes information and communicates with others.