HSE advice on violence

December 1997
People Management;12/18/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 25, p15
Reports on the launching of a guideline against violence by the Health and Safety Commission in Great Britain for health service workers. Health institutions covered by the guideline; Requirements.


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