COLD FACTS: January-February 2016

CFJF16-CoverIn this issue of COLD FACTS magazine, we explore the state of today’s supply chain industry. Talent continues to be a major issue and in this issue we also explore diversity in the workforce, job safety analyses, and social media policies.

On the Cover

2016 State of the Supply Chain

Experts from four countries discuss supply chains and how they are evolving in today’s economy.
By Alexandra Walsh

In the Issue

EPA Proposes Ozone Protection Rules

Agency’s rule to strengthen refrigerant management requirements.
By Lowell Randel

Don't Use Social Media without One: Policies Protect Companies and Individuals

Learn how to protect your company and employees.
By Sheryl S. Jackson

Women in the Cold

A diverse workforce leads to evolution and growth.
By Alexandra Walsh

Cold Treatment for Southern Fruits

USDA pilot program opens opportunities in the Southeast United States.
By Karen E. Thuermer

Trade Wars: How Russian Sanctions Are Impacting the European Cold Storage Industry

The effects of bans on European exports to Russia are critical to assessing the health of the cold chain industry.
Bsrat Mezghebe

Job Safety Analysis 101

Why JSAs are important and the best ways to conduct them.
By Keith Loria

Cool People: Chris Sturman

Meet Chris Sturman, Chief Executive of the Food Storage and Distribution Federation (FSDF).

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