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Date: 2012-11-07
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Focus on Leadership and Improve Your Safety Levels
In the quest to improve safety records, organizations often rely on motivational posters, classes or training programs to help teams minimize risk and improve safety performance. However, great safety records are not achieved through these efforts alone. Improving safety requires leadership - organizational leadership at the front lines that is equipped to develop a process-oriented and disciplined safety-in-execution culture. The secret is training those front-line leaders in a simple, scalable process. The pursuit of operational excellence through such leadership training is the key to improving safety records.

Complaints about voter IDs, long lines in election
US-USA-CAMPAIGN-VOTING:Complaints about voter IDs, long lines in election
By Deborah Charles

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. voters complained about erratic implementation of voter ID laws, while long lines in some battleground states and makeshift polling sites in storm-hit New York and New Jersey added to confusion in a bitterly contested presidential election.

Factbox: Mitt Romney, Republican presidential candidate
US-USA-CAMPAIGN-ROMNEY:Factbox: Mitt Romney, Republican presidential candidate
(Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts and private equity executive, lost his second bid for the White House in Tuesday's election against President Barack Obama.

Here are key facts about him.

* Romney, 65, ...

Small-business disaster-loan demand soars after Sandy
US-STORM-SANDY-SMALLBIZ:Small-business disaster-loan demand soars after Sandy
By Deborah Cohen

CHICAGO (Reuters) - When Superstorm Sandy immobilized companies throughout the Northeast last week, entrepreneur David Greenberg scrambled to shift work in the New York-area to a virtual office.

The owner of Miami-based Parliament Tutors, which does a...

Complaints about voter IDs, ballots, long lines in election
US-USA-CAMPAIGN-IRREGULARITIES:Complaints about voter IDs, ballots, long lines in election
By Susan Cornwell

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sporadic complaints about voting procedures surfaced from Pennsylvania to Florida on Tuesday, while long lines in many states posed their own challenges in what could be one of the closest presidential elections in U.S. history.



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