Let employees decide how to be safer and healthier

April 2009
Patient Education Management;Apr2009, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p46
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the initiative of the employees of UPS to promote their health and safety while at work, highlighting the positive implication of the initiative including the 6% cut in work-related injuries.


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