CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Harris Teeter here is intensifying training of associates and providing cleanup supplies on the store floor, with the goal of cutting slip and fall incidents in half chainwide by the end of September. Roger Helms, buyer of supplies, said Harris Teeter is making associates aware of the number of slip and fall incidents and their costs to the retailer through training and informational materials. While he declined to specify the number of slip and falls Harris Teeter has ...
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