From the Warehouse to the Highway: Keys to Solving Distribution’s Training Challenges
Transportation, warehousing, and logistics hold unique challenges in workforce training — from basic proper lifting techniques to hauling explosive materials. So how do you provide relevant training specific to each worker’s role? And how do you centrally manage training across multiple distribution centers and remote drivers?
Join us for this complimentary webinar where training experts from Hardie’s Fresh Foods, Instructional Technologies, and Intertek Alchemy will be discussing techniques and best practices to keeping your distribution workforce safe, productive, and engaged.
Here is what you will learn:
- Strategies to reduce accidents by as much as 10%
- Best practices to tailor training for different needs of long-haul drivers, short-haul drivers, and warehouse workers
- How to leverage mobile technologies to keep all transportation workers on track with training
- Methods to establish and measure KPIs to evaluate effectiveness of your training program
- Tips and tricks to create custom content
Corporate Training & Development Manager, Hardie’s Fresh Foods
Andres Sosa has been a key figure for nearly 20 years at Hardie’s, a family-run company that has grown from a single farm-to-market pickup truck to a fleet of 150 trucks. His responsibilities have included managing daily logistics, implementing CGMPs, administering internal audits for quality, safety and security, developing and managing training programs, and more. Prior to Hardie’s, Andres was the Inventory Control Manager for Upper-Deck company and self employed as Microsoft Computer Support and Web designer.
COO, Instructional Technologies, Inc.
Nathan Stahlman is Chief Operating Officer at Instructional Technologies, Inc. He’s worked at the company since he was an undergraduate at the University of Portland. In his time here, he’s done nearly everything, from programming the backend system to video shoots to leading the production team. In his current role, he oversees curriculum development, production, professional services, and marketing.
Nathan earned a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and won several tournaments in his earlier years. He builds incredibly intricate costumes for his family each Halloween, usually involving steampunk aesthetics whenever possible. He doesn’t miss Flash, not one bit.
Senior Industry Analyst, Intertek Alchemy
With over 30 years of industry experience at companies like Conagra, Kellogg, and Sara Lee, Holly helps Intertek Alchemy to create world class workforce development solutions for large, complex operations within the manufacturing industry. Holly has held positions in quality assurance, sanitation, food safety, and plant regulatory affairs. She was honored to receive the Safe Quality Food Institute’s Outstanding Achievement Award, was named one of Food Logistics’ 2016 “Champions of the Supply Chain,” and has served on several working groups with groups like GFSI, and GMA. Holly is passionate about the importance of training for frontline manufacturing workers.