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Footprints and handprints

by Tim Marsh

A new concept for corporate social responsibility is gathering momentum in the United States – the idea of a ‘handprint’ that suggests a basic equation of offsetting positives against negatives. As Dr Tim Marsh argues, the health and safety community are just the people to lead on the concept.

Footprints and handprints

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