It’s tough to manage today’s warehousing and distribution operations. Challenges come at you from every angle, and your value may not be fully understood by management in your own company. You’re expected to do more with less…every year. You’re stretched thin. You’re always coping with issues relating to running the business.
You need time to think about ways to improve. You need your peers. That’s what WERC (the Warehousing Education Research Council) provides.
ISNetworld is a global resource for connecting corporations with safe, reliable contractors/suppliers from all types of industries. ISN collects self-reported safety, procurement, sustainability, quality and regulatory information from contractors and suppliers, verifies its accuracy, and then reports the results in an easy-to-follow format. This allows corporations to select companies that best meet internal and governmental requirements, while providing contractors/suppliers the opportunity to centralize their conformance information, saving time and gaining presence in the marketplace.
Tina Brooks from Cisco-Eagle’s Oklahoma City office is the company’s ESOP Employee-Owner of the Year, an annual award presented by Cisco-Eagle’s ESOP (employee ownership) Advisory Committee. The employee-owner of the year award is awarded by a committee of peers based on a nomination process that includes all employees.
According to the American Ladder Institute (ALI), every year more than 300 fatalities in ladder-related accidents. Thousands more suffer disabling injuries. That’s why the ALI has declared March National Ladder Safety Month – the organization wants to raise awareness of ladder safety. As you plan ahead for the coming month, consider using March as a time to emphasize ladder safety among your workers.
Ladder-related citations are frequently among the top 10 most frequently cited safety violations, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), currently ranking number 7 overall. Make sure you’ve created a safe work environment in your facility for ladder safety.
Cisco-Eagle has many Spanish speaking customers, both in the U.S. and in Mexico, Chile, and many other Spanish-speaking markets. While our products and services are detailed in comprehensive websites (Cisco-Eagle En Espanol, and Cisco-Eagle Chile), this 8-page document provides a good, brief overview. For other brochures, white papers and more, see our comprehensive literature downloads section.
It’s important for professionals to retain an edge by continuing our education, exposure to new ideas, new products, and technologies. Events and Tradeshows provide great avenues to stay sharp on the latest concepts. Below is a list of upcoming events you should consider as you kick 2017 off to a productive start.
At Cisco-Eagle, we are active and passionate about employee ownership. So many of us have spent our lives building this company and our shares in it that we like to analyze and discuss ways to make our company better and improve our ability to serve customers.
And of course, we like to have a little fun. In November, our ESOP Advisory Committee held a contest that let our employee-owners submit small essays on why our ESOP is more than just a retirement program to them. The winner got to throw a pie in the face of Randy Williams, our CFO.