Supervisor's insight

March 2013
Legal Alert for Supervisors;3/29/2013, Vol. 8 Issue 189, p3
The article offers information on how to reconfigure tasks in order to accommodate workers who are unable to use one of their hands including the modification of steering wheels, use of lift-assist tools and selection of equipment suitable for the disabled.


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