Warehouse training efforts are concentrating on safety because retailers and wholesalers find such programs to be an effective way to avoid costly accidents and injuries that eat at the bottom line. Retailers such as Winn-Dixie Stores, Jacksonville, Fla., and Raley's Supermarkets, West Sacramento, Calif., told SN these issues have made them much more sensitive to the importance of safety, both in terms of how their employees handle themselves lifting product and in how they use equipment so ...

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