Get the facts about workplace brain injuries, prevention, and specialized care, and how workers and employers can reduce risk.

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Workplace Brain Injuries Require Specialized Care

Non-fatal workplace injuries have increased in recent years, and certain jobs like construction, forestry, agriculture, and emergency services have high rates. Prevention strategies can reduce risk, and both employers and workers can play key roles in lowering risks.

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