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Jobsite injuries often lead to lost time, incident investigations and high volumes of paperwork. Additionally, employee morale may decrease, which in turn can lower productivity.
When the phrase "security threat" comes to mind, one of the last things you imagine being affected is the supply chain, unless, of course, you work directly with it on a consistent basis.
As technology progresses and products continue to become more and more complex, it’s becoming increasingly normal for manufacturers to rely on contract manufacturing.
If there’s an industry where safety practices should be top of mind, it’s food processing. There are others, but few of them require such a heavy investment of the public’s trust.
In my 10 years in supply chain and operations, I have seen successful and not-so-successful teams. These are, in my opinion, the three main keys to a successful supply chain team:
Believe it or not, 3D printers were first thought of back in the 1970s, but, because they were too bulky and pricey, they never made it to the mainstream consumer market.