FORT WAYNE, Ind. (FNS) -- Savvy retailers know that loss prevention means much more than controlling shrink in their stores. Other basic, and crucial, aspects of loss prevention, such as ensuring customer and associate safety and dealing with natural disasters, rely less on technology and more on simply being prepared. A safety and loss-prevention manual used by Scott's Food Stores here has been invaluable in coping with everything from a tornado to workplace violence, said Howard Ball, ...

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