More and more wholesalers are being asked to make their warehouses ergonomically sound, yet lack adequate guidelines to do so. Safety investigations by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration are increasing in number and depth, and the spotlight falls not just on work-related accidents, but on a workplace's potential for hazards and ergonomic issues. "It's something we're going to have to live with," said Douglas Hartley, project engineer at Supervalu, Minneapolis. "Right now ...
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