Come and hear Paul Driver, National Transport Safety Manager, Woolworths Limited speak about the Australian Logistics Council Retail Logistics Supply Chain (RLSC) Code of Conduct on Friday the 29th of February.
Paul has thirty years experience in Dangerous Goods Logistics, both in supply chain and 3PL transport. Paul is a member of the working party who developed the Retail Logistics Supply Chain Code of Conduct and is currently chair of the operations group.
The ten-point Code of Conduct establishes a clear set of principles for freight logistics, involving the retailer, supplier, carrier and logistics provider, allowing the industry to respond in a coordinated way to help all involved across the retail supply chain operate under a national set of retail logistics supply chain industry standards. The challenge now lies in implementing the guidelines and drawing more companies in to sign on to this industry code.
The ALC Retail Logistics Supply Chain Code of Conduct is now setting the standard for other sectors of the transport and logistics industry to follow. Come and learn why Woolworths became a part of it, what are the advantages, where to from here.
Friday 29th February, Lake Room, Waterview Convention Centre, Bicentennial Park (off Australia Ave), Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush. 7.00 am arrival for a 7.30 am commencement.
Supply CHain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) breakfast function, finishing at approximately 9.00 am. Cost is $45 + GST for members, $55 + GST for non-members, $405 + GST for a corporate table of ten. Breakfast included in all prices