transport and logistics
1. When the layout of a workplace is setup correctly it should ensure that materials and goods can move through each area efficently and quickly.
2. General Manager - managing staff; establishing and accomplishing business objectives • Warehouse Supervisor - Maintains inventory and supplies by receiving, storing, and delivering items; securing warehouse; supervising staff • Accounts Manager - collecting, analyzing, verifying, and reporting financial information; managing staff • Receptionist - Front Desk Coordinator, Greeter, Switchboard Operator, Call Screener • Draftsman - responsible for the visual representation of the building or the structure for the developers. • Team Leader - management of Warehouse Operatives and Warehouse disciplines • Storeman - responsible for managing all functions of stock and equipment • Drivers - Deliver and transport goods and materials
3. Risk factors associated with poor housekeeping practices of facilities include injury by tripping, slipping, running into or being hit by falling objects, Possible security problems, Risk of damaging equipment, Emergency and health risks involved.
4. Five examples of equipment and technology in the warehouse is: • Welders • Grinders • Forklift • Strapping and Banding Equipment • Wire Rolling Machine
5. The purpose and function of equipment and technology in the workplace is to improve health and safety by reducing manual handling, aslo improves productivity and customer service.
6. The employment agreement can set out in detail all the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees
7. My Reasons for working in the transport and logistics industry are as follows: • communication skills, aptitude for mathematics and computer literacy • good pay and conditions • learn new skills • develop a career path with plenty of opportunities for promotion • gain nationally