Level 2 Supply Chain - Introduction to Warehousing and Inventory - Institute of Supply Chain Management
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Level 2 Supply Chain – Introduction to Warehousing and Inventory

10 Unit Credit Values

  • Inventory: Raw Materials Work-in-Progress, Finished Goods,Variation in Production Demand, Unexpected Customer Demand, Seasonal Demand, Price Discounts, Avoiding Price Increase, Stock-outs & Safety Stock, Make to Stock
  • Control Inventory Levels: ABC / Pareto Analysis, Forecasting Demand, Simple Averages, Weighted Average, Moving Average, Re-order Point, Supplier Lead Time, Inventory Cost
  • Types of Costs: Fixed, Variable costs, Segregating Stock, Unitisation of Stock, Stock Rotation, Audit Trails
  • Location Coding: Fixed Location, Random Location, Zoned Location, Inventory Coding
  • Warehouse: Warehouse Site Selection, Customers, Suppliers, Location of Roads, Site Cost, Staff Availability, Warehouse Layout and Utilisation, Straight Through Flow, U-Shaped, Modular-Spine Design, Automated Warehouse, Climate-controlled Warehouse
  • Operations: Goods Receiving, Delivery, Checking, Inspection, Booking-In, Reverse Logistics, Put-away, Picking & Order Assembly, Housekeeping, Stocktaking
  • Environmental Arrangements: Perishable, Non-Perishable, Chilled, Frozen, Dry, Liquid, Hazardous, High value, Environmental Legislation
  • Manual Handling Equipment: Hand Pallet Truck, Powered Pallet Truck, Hand Stacker Trucks, Counterbalance Forklift Trucks, Forklift Truck Maintenance
  • Health and Safety: Risk Assessments, HASAWA, 1974, Employee responsibility, Employer responsibility

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