FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Food distributors should concentrate on improving the injury reduction programs they already have in place at the same time the industry works to turn back a sweeping new ergonomics regulation. y potential benefits, they met to discuss ways to prevent the rules, issued by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration last fall to protect workers from injuries caused by such activities as repetitive motions or heavy lifting, from coming into effect. FDI officials ...

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