CHEP Australia has announced the launch of a new online course on the fundamentals of pooled equipment control.
The interactive online training is based on the one-day courses conducted nationally by CHEP for more than 10 years, and will help build a strong foundation for participants in equipment control best practice.
CHEP ANZ Customer Experience Manager, Mark Harvey explains that the new online training course has been introduced in response to requests from customers who sought additional training to supplement CHEP’s existing face-to-face training and which could also be accessed easily.
CHEP has built the web-based course as a suite of modules that can be used individually to address a specific need or be treated as an ongoing program. Designed to help even first time users to grasp the fundamentals of equipment control, the online course is available anytime, any day of the week. Each module takes around 10 minutes to complete and the topics are relevant to different job roles within the supply chain.
CHEP will continue to build on the basic online course by developing additional modules covering a greater depth and breadth of topics. The course aims to educate users about equipment pooling control, helping to increase their understanding of the value of efficient and effective equipment control, improve equipment processes, and reduce the number of corrections, losses and trading partner disputes.
The training is available to all CHEP account holders on CHEPedia.chep.com, 24/7 using existing Portfolio Plus logins.