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PowerPoint: Recommendations for Workplace Violence Prevention Programs in Late-Night Retail Establishments

Uploaded by: Jolinda Cappello on 11/08/2012

Author: Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA)

Publication Date: 3/9/2010

Publication Source: www.osha.gov

Summary: The workplace violence prevention information presented in this OSHA presentation for late-night retail establishments is designed to help identify risk factors and describe some feasible solutions.

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