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Cold Chain Essentials Digital Learning Series monthly update on Government and Industry Affairs. Focused on the latest developments from Washington, D.C. impacting the cold chain, including congressional legislation and regulatory actions from federal agencies.
Worker productivity, safety and comfort are all critical components of a healthy workforce and successful business. Today’s challenges in finding, training, and retaining good warehouse employees in a competitive economy are exasperated by challenging requirements associated with working in coolers, freezers, and blast cells.
Understanding how exposure to cold environments affects workers is an important step in providing proper training, attire, and work and warm-up schedules.
This course was developed in partnership with RefrigiWear, leaders in cold weather jackets, clothing, work gear, and accessories
As a third-party logistics (3PL) provider, receiving inbound product correctly is critical to your success. In fact, not receiving product efficiently and properly will leave you at a significant disadvantage when preparing a customer’s order for outbound shipping. This course provides an overview of best practices for receiving product from driver arrival through put-away.
Have you ever delegated a task to a capable employee, only to be discouraged that it wasn’t completed properly? Or perhaps you shared every detail the employee needs to succeed but doing so left them with no motivation?
These are challenges faced by first-time managers and experienced leaders, alike. This course will share insight into the reason for common leadership challenges and how to overcome them.
When it comes to determining the appropriate standards for the sanitary and safe transportation of food products, shippers (those who initiate the movement of food by motor vehicle or rail vehicle) have the primary responsibility.
Based on the Refrigerated Transportation Best Practices Guide developed by the International Refrigerated Transportation Association (IRTA), this course is the first of two courses designed to help you comply with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Sanitary Transportation of Food (STF) rule.
HACCP is an internationally recognized system for reducing the risk of safety hazards in food. As an industry leader responsible for protecting the foods families love, it is essential that you have a basic understanding of HACCP protocols. This course will accomplish that.
Welcome to the Global Cold Chain Alliance! As an employee of a member company, you have access to a fantastic library of resources and tools to help you protect the foods that families love. This course will help you learn more about GCCA and the member benefits available to you. The course also includes a digital tool that will identify the member resources most uniquely valuable to you, based on your interests and needs.
The "cold chain" is part of our daily work, but have you ever stopped to consider the entire process of how perishable food products make their way to our grocery store shelves? This course examines the temperature-controlled supply chain and our role in it.
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