On-Demand Webinar: Digital Supply Chain

csc

Life sciences supply chains will transition from a stock-based model to an order-based model that’s more flexible, reliable, responsive, transparent and secure. The next-generation supply chain will go a long way toward controlling inventory, improving work processes, adapting to shifts in provision-of-care models and taking out costs. There is a greater emphasis on the quantity and quality of data produced, on the flow of products from producer to distributor to end user, and on the processes and platforms needed to support underlying compliance and risk management requirements.
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Effective July 1, the International Maritime Organization will mandate that every container have a verified gross mass before it can be loaded onto a ship and travel to its final destination as part of an amendment to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea. The regulation means shippers will incur additional costs as they work to weigh containers and file the proper documentation


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NCAI Policy Research Center: Tribal Transportation Insights

National Congress of American Indians

To celebrate Native American Heritage Month and to highlight our recently released policy brief, "Tribal Transportation Insights: Preventing Unintentional Injury and Death," the NCAI Policy Research Center convened a webinar featuring two of the five tribal partners whose stories and experiences are featured in the brief--the Cherokee Nation (Oklahoma) and the Seneca Nation of Indians. This hour-long webinar surveyed data trends, shared policies and resources to strengthen tribal governance over transportation safety, and discussed current legislative efforts at the national level.

Implementing Sustainable Transportation on Campus

AASHE

Transportation to and from campus is a significant source of campus greenhouse gas emissions. This webinar will discuss the many challenges associated with reducing the emissions associated with commuting. It will describe a range of passive and active tools available to help overcome these challenges and will specifically highlight innovative approaches to encourage students to use more sustainable transportation options that can easily be implemented on any campus.

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Supply Chain Insights

The purpose of the Lean Supply Chain Professional certificate program is to transform the way supply chain professionals think, act and lead. Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to develop, lead and implement strategic and tactical elements of lean principles in the supply chain. We are committed to building individuals into serious, results-based Lean Supply Chain Professionals.

Ready for 2019? Harness the Power of Supply Chain Management

IQMS

Your ERP, supply chain, MES and quality systems gather and store hundreds or thousands of data points every day. For companies using standalone, legacy and homegrown systems, it’s difficult to get a cohesive picture of supply chain performance. Manufacturers tell us one of the greatest benefits of having Supply Chain Management (SCM) integrated with their ERP systems is the ability to excel at passing audits from customers and regulatory agencies.

Spotlight

Effective July 1, the International Maritime Organization will mandate that every container have a verified gross mass before it can be loaded onto a ship and travel to its final destination as part of an amendment to the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea. The regulation means shippers will incur additional costs as they work to weigh containers and file the proper documentation

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