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MANAGING THE PEOPLE:
Enhancing the role of the warehouse manager and motivating employees. Defining Job functions in the warehouse. Setting performance standards. Developing incentive programs.

HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY IN THE WAREHOUSE:
Establishing meaningful bench marks. Determining the impact of improved procedures.

CHOICES AND SOLUTIONS OF STORAGE, SHELVING AND RACKING:
Reevaluating realistic space and operational needs. When to use pallet racks, shelving, floor storage, etc. Improving stock arrangements. Planning changes using slotting and profiling techniques.

UTILIZATION OF PROCEDURES AND EQUIPMENT:
Obtaining maximum efficiency from your existing equipment. Syncronizing operations through improved teamwork.

A SAFE AND SECURE WORK PLACE:
Establishing policies and implementing methods to assure safe operating conditions. Controlling the warehouse to eliminate theft. The managers' role in coping with issues such as OSHA, EPA Standards, liability and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

TRAINING:
Enhancing employee self-image as an ongoing process. Effective training techniques.

HOUSEKEEPING:
Keeping the warehouse neat and orderly. Leaving Inventory in perfect condition for the next person.

SUPERVISORY METHODS:
Tightening lax procedures and methods. Attenuating positive aspects, not negative.

ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE IN WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS:
Getting things right the first time. Determining a realistic base for quality and service. Implementing practical and economical improvements on a continuing basis.



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