Efficiency is about getting results with minimal energy and resources used. Often the result is about getting from point A to point B with minimal waste of time and effort. This applies to warehouse management but the difference is that the.
Focusing on sustainability improves efficiencies and creates economic value. It’s especially the case in the huge logistics and transport industry, where it adds more than $130 billion to Australia’s economy (and employing at least 1.2 million people). In this enormous industry,.
More than 3,400 workers lost their lives in work-related incidents from 2003 to 2016 (source: Safe Work Australia). Around 25 per cent of that occurred within the transport, postal and warehousing industries. Although the number of worker fatalities gradually gets lower each.
What can be automated will be automated. It’s not science fiction anymore as what JD.com (link to video) and Amazon (view their automated warehouse at work) show in their warehouses. There’s no stopping this because using robots and automation is efficient,.
Understanding or being aware of the trends can better prepare businesses for the future. It’s especially the case in the supply chain and logistics industry and businesses that have such functions. Out of over 2 million companies in Australia, more than.
Risks are always present in any kind of workplace. Warehouse hazards are especially common in dynamic operations wherein there are a lot of objects and movements. As more objects and movements are introduced, collisions are getting more likely. These collisions result.