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Public Hearing

Workplace Violence Prevention and Crisis Response Plan – Regulation

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Date:                   January 13, 2014

Time:                  10:00 AM

Location:            State Transportation Building

                                Conference Room 1, 2nd Floor

                                10 Park Plaza

                                Boston

Please R.S.V.P. by 5 pm on Tuesday, January 7, 2014 to Deborah F. Thomas at Deborah.f.thomas@state.ma.us

Reasonable accommodations are available upon request. Please contact Deborah F. Thomas at Deborah.f.thomas@state.ma.us to request accommodations by 5 pm on Tuesday, January 7.

 

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Deputy Communications Director, Office of Health and Human Services

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