Overview of Logistics
Overview of Logistics

Overview of Logistics

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An introduction to logistics management by John Wood Community College.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q1 - Q10

Matching

Premise
Response
1

Uses an electronic product code (EPC) numbering system

A

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

2

Most common symbol is the Universal Product Code (UPC)

B

Demand

3

A need for a particular product or component

C

Safety incident

4

An event causing injury¸ ill-health¸ or property damage

D

Supply

5

A warehouse with finished goods and/or service items

E

Accident

6

Failure to fulfill a specified requirement

F

Counterbalance

7

A safety incident in which an accident does not occur¸ but came close to occurring

G

Near miss

8

When the weight of a lift truck offsets the weight of the load it carries

H

Non-conformity

9

The quantity of goods available for sale

I

Bar codes

10

An unplanned¸ undesired event that hinders completion of a task and may cause injury or other damage

J

Distribution Center (DC)

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q11

Work-in-Process (WIP) inventory consists of inventory of material ready for use in production.

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q12

Hand trucks are not useful when large quantities of product needs to be moved in a short amount of time or when products have been palletized.

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q13

Today, enclosed docks are by far the most commonly used dock designs in the U.S

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q14

Safety refresher courses are not beneficial to employers as a means to reinforce employee/workplace safety practices.

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q15

A Class D fire extinguisher is used to combat fires involving combustible switches, wiring, metals, and iron.

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q16

Each fork truck has a capacity limit based on weight and/or volume.

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q17

Identifying the purpose, considering your audience, and proofreading are examples of valuable listening skills.

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q18

Quality planning is designing a process that is capable of meeting quality standards.

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q19

An example of external communication is communicating with your supervisor.

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q20

The most commonly used system in a warehouse is Customer Relations Management (CRM) software.

A

True

B

False

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q21
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A ______________ production facility ______________ is a site that converts raw materials into manufactured products.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q22
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______________ Shipping ______________ methods are usually determined by the customer and may include carrier selection, product labeling, palletization, product segregation, and pallet stretch wrapping.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q23
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The ______________ FAST______________ program is a trade initiative between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. It aims to guarantee safety/security and boost profits for each country by allowing faster clearance to C-TPAT members.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q24
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______________ Loading ______________ is the main function of the shipping department. It is a skill and takes experience to hone. The main objective is for product to reach the customer in good condition.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q25
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______________ Open ______________ docks are the least expensive. They consist of a platform that extends out from the exterior building wall. All unloading and loading takes place on the platform outside of the building.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q26
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______________ Gravity ______________ conveyors are the most basic and least expensive type of conveyor. They are positioned at an angle, with wheels or rollers attached.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q27
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______________ Ventilation ______________ provides a way of circulating and refreshing the air.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q28
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______________ Hazard ______________ analysis is sometimes referred to as job safety analysis. It is a process used to reduce risk of potential incidents to an acceptable level.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q29
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A ______________ project ______________ team focuses on a single major issue of concern within a given process.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q30
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______________ Cross-training ______________ can reduce overall staffing requirements by preparing workers to work in multiple areas within their facility.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q31

This system is used by the U.S. Postal Service to scan handwritten zip codes into a bar code.

A

Bar Codes

B

RFID tags

C

Optical

D

Mag stripes

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q32

A ______________ is a software system designed to: plan and optimize transport, mode and carrier selection, and real-time vehicle tracking.

A

WMS

B

CRM

C

ERP

D

TMS

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q33

______________ is the most frequently used application on the Internet. It consists of a user name and a domain name.

A

Email

B

Website

C

Excel

D

Google Maps

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q34

John set a personal goal to lose 30 pounds in a week from today. Using the SMART goal-evaluation process, identify which element John's goal is lacking in.

A

Specific

B

Measurable

C

Achievable

D

Relevant

E

Time-Based

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q35

Which high-performance team consists of a group of workers responsible for a similar process within supply chain logistics?

A

work team

B

project team

C

cross-functional team

D

department committee

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q36

Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of an effective team member?

A

Contribute to team-building

B

Pursues their personal agenda

C

Build trust

D

Helps motivate the team

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q37

Jim is discussing an order with a customer. Which form of communication is this an example of?

A

Third-party

B

Internal

C

External

D

Direct

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q38

Which of the following is NOT an example of a reading skill principle?

A

Preview

B

Question

C

Visualize

D

Speak clearly

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q39

______________ is a methodology that furnishes tools for the improvement of business processes by decreasing process variation and improving product quality.

A

Total Quality Management (TQM)

B

Six Sigma

C

Lean

D

Kaizen

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT II Q40

A(n) ______________ audit is conducted by someone within the company that is not directly involved with the process being audited.

A

Internal

B

External

C

Third-Party

D

Supplier