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Safety on the inside : correctional officers may sometimes feel fortunate just to finish their workdays uninjured. Some people view some form of injury as inevitable; others argue protections are well within reach, but only if everyone gets on the same page.
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OHS Canada: 2009, 25, n. 3 - Apr/May
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