Safety and the bottom line

Thompson, Tim
October 2002
Progressive Grocer;10/15/2002, Vol. 81 Issue 15, p29
Trade Publication
Deals with the significance of safe shopping and working environments to the profitability of the grocery industry. Steps to achieving enhanced safety; Description of the right safety program; Checklist of employer's safety training.


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