Hello everybody. I just wanted to give all of you that helped me out an update. It has been eight weeks for me as a preloader. I haven't been late or missed any days. My production numbers were great and I'm averaging less then one misload a week. things could not have been better, till..... Here is what happened. My conv. belt got log jammed. So, I had the pick off stop the belt. I was crouch walking down the belt where the jam was, I was wearing a baseball hat. Over the belt there is two steel beams about four feet high over the conv. belt. I ducked the first beam, only because of the hat could not see the second beam and stood up with forward motion into the second one. I got knocked on my but. I shook it off then put my hat back on and started to go back to work. One of my co-workers asked me to help him, when the river of blood started running down my face. (you should of seen the look on this guys face)One second I looked normal the next I was covered with blood. Then it sunk in on how hurt I really was. The result of all this was nine stiches to the top of my head, and a huge lump with acompaying headache. I am really at myself, I don't want to be thought of as the injury guy or accident prone. In retrospect I should not have gone up there to break the jam. Although, I wouldn't have in the first place if I could have found some help. Next time this happens I will not go up there. It only gets worse! All of this happens only to find out that I was chosen as Employee of the month. Just my luck. I have learned something out of all this. First, I'm not wearing any more hats to work ever. Second, its better to take your time when you are around all that steel then to get hurt. I do have some questions for all of you. What should I do? What is going to happen on Monday? What are my supervisors going to think about me now? How do I recover from this huge embarassment? Thanks for any advice. P.S. I don't use drugs, so im not afraid to pee.