Electricity workers go green with awareness programme

Braddock, David
June 1995
People Management;06/29/95, Vol. 1 Issue 13, p49
Reports that the College of North East London has designed a flexible training program to raise environmental awareness among workers in electrical industry. Funding of the program; Contractor for the project; Format use for the project.


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