Accidents are an unfortunate part of life in warehouses. Although sound safety practices can keep them to a minimum, there is no way to prevent these incidents entirely. When accidents do occur, part of the process is informing OSHA, and the paperwork can be quite extensive. Here is a look at what they’ll need to … Read moreInforming OSHA of Warehouse Accidents
Without smooth warehouse receiving operations, it is easy to lose track of products and difficult to identify the source of problems, and this can have a negative impact on a business’s profitability. That is why a comprehensive warehouse management program is essential for supply chain success. Many of the decisions that are made in warehouses … Read moreOverhauling Warehouse Receiving Operations
In 2017, diversity in procurement is expected to take center stage. Diversity will be the focus of a summit held by the Institute for Supply Management this spring, and there are several reasons that instituting such a program can make a big difference for your company as well as your customers. Many top firms are … Read moreResolve to Boost Supplier Diversity in 2017
If your warehouse has inefficiencies, you need to straighten them out as quickly as possible or you could find your entire operation in jeopardy. Unfortunately, these problems are not always immediately obvious. Here are a few signs that you need to take action. Disorganization If your warehouse is always messy with carelessly placed items strewn … Read moreIs Your Warehouse Inefficient?