Logistics: Management and Logistics Preparedness Logistics Essay

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Logistics
Christine CHOMILIER, Christophe GUITTON, Technical Officers Logistics Unit - EHP/HAC Geneva, November 2003
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PRESENTATION
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What is Logistics Scope of Logistics Logistics preparedness Logistics Response Supply Management Systems

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What is Logistics
Logistics should provide the means

required to get goods,

people and manufacturing capacity:

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To the RIGHT place At the RIGHT time In the RIGHT quantity At the RIGHT quality At the RIGHT price With the RIGHT language

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Scope of Logistics ( saving lives)
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Planning/ Assessment Procurement/ Donation Transportation/ Fleet management Warehousing/ Stock Control Tracking Reporting
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Scope of Logistics

….. If the scope is properly defined

….. It will strengthen trustfulness, credibility and respectability

……. And will attract money
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LOGISTICS PREPAREDNESS
Logistics Preparedness

Global Network

Human Resources

Standards & Systems

Stocks

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Logistics Preparedness
Global Network
WHO •HQ •RO •CO UN agencies warehousing Other Organization Private Sector Academics Emergency Assessment Team Emergency Response Unit Training for National & International staff

Professional Standards Hum.Resources Systems
Roster list Co-ordination Guidelines Nation. Drugs List Procedures - Procurement - Transport - Warehousing - Tracking Reporting Computer systems (Automation) Catalogues (with indicative Price List) 2004

Stocks
Frame Agreement (MoU) Supplier stocks MOH stock periphery pre-positioning UN Agencies stock (UNHRD Brindisi)) Other Organizations stock Private sector availability
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LOGISTICS RESPONSE
Logistics response Field Set up Plan of Action Mobilisation Prosess

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Logistics Response
Field set up Logistics bases Human resources Systems Plan of action Needs assessment Feasibility Logistics planning & Time Frame Mobilisation Process Co-ordination of Supply (within health co-ordination) Procurement Mobilisation Table

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SUMA
Is a relief supply management system for disasters, enabling the country to :
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Sort and classify supplies at the port of entry Take inventory Manage warehouses Monitor distribution Follow up of donors’ pledges (reporting)

Objective: to build and strengthen the capacity to deal with information on relief supplies. Training has to be done during the preparedness phase When the crisis occurs it’s too late.
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Logistics Chain
Supplier / Manufacturer

Transport Central warehouse

Transport Local warehouse MOH/ Health Structures / Beneficiaries Transport
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UNJLC MISSION
To complement and co-ordinate the logistics…