Logistics Training Research Survey

Latus is currently researching attitudes towards Logistics Training.

Given our leadership role in Logistics Risk across the ASEAN and Australian region, we have been called upon to determine the key reasons why the Logistics Sector has one of the lowest levels of training in Australia.log in page LMS

Our research has included interviewees with some of Australia’s leading logistics executives, however we are seeking to canvas all people in the Logistics sector for their thoughts.

We would welcome your input, the survey is quick takes less than 3 minutes.

Those who complete the survey will receive a copy of our research paper when its published in mid February.

To access the survey click the grey guest user box, as shown in the image to the right.

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Mike Wood

Mike Wood, Managing Director – LATUS: Logistic Risk Specialists Mike Wood is the recognised Australian Specialist on Chain of Responsibility Legislation and its Impacts upon the Logistic Industry. Since 2003, Mike has been heavily involved in Chain of Responsibility (known as Compliance and Enforcement in Western Australia). Mike is frequently interviewed or comment sort by Australian Media outlets, as well as providing expert witness testimony in legal proceedings. Most recently engaged by the Western Australian Government to help educate WA businesses on the new Compliance and Enforcement legislation and its impacts on them. Mike regularly advises Governments and Business across South East Asia and Australia on Logistic Issues, and was particularly involved in the Chain of Responsibility legislation, and codes of practice. Mike’s expertise extends to multiple facets of the Supply Chain, having undertaken projects such as, Integrated Logistic Chain Design, Australian Disaster Management Response Logistics, Coal Chain designs, Port operation & infrastructure, Logging Operation design, Sugar production, livestock movements, logging etc.

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