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Domestic Violence at Work

Tony McNaughton was killed at work in January of 2000 when he moved to protect a co-worker who was being attacked by her estranged husband. Now his partner, Allan Sawkins, has teamed up with Worksafe BC to educate people at work to recognise and help victims of abuse.

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For more information on how to deal with domestic violence in the workplace you can log on to   http://www2.worksafebc.com/Topics/Violence/Resources-DomesticViolence.asp


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