Tragedy spurs training review

April 1998
People Management;04/16/98, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p11
Focuses on a training procedures introduced by Serviceteam, a Devon, England-based refuse collection firm, after a court case's investigation of the death of the firm's driver.


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