Safety alert

Williamson, Brian
March 2009
Pharmaceutical Representative;Mar2009, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p18
The article provides information on how pharmaceutical representatives can stay alert and away from dangers. It says that the job of representatives are multitasking, so are prone to dangers and troubles. It suggests that representatives should be aware of their surroundings and stay out of trouble. It offers tactics and awareness tips for representatives by presenting the awareness measures that law enforcers are practicing to stay safe and at the same time determine potential criminals.


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