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Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council seeks help to create “useful, relevant” occupational standards

MISSISSAUGA, Ont.–The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council is asking for feedback to help create useful and relevant standards  on one or more of the following four draft standards:

  1. Expediter
  2. Logistics Analyst
  3. Logistics Engineer*
  4. Rate Clerk

Review one, a couple or all of the documents, depending on your time availability and expertise.

*CSCSC particularly needs feedback related to the education requirements section of the Logistics Engineer occupational standard.

“During the stakeholder review of this standard, we have learned that the title “Engineer” has been trade/service marked and is, therefore, protected by law. For that reason, we are asking that stakeholders help us confirm whether or not a professional engineering designation is required,” said CSCSC in a statement.

The draft documents and comment-submission form are now on the Council’s website, at

“Your participation in validating the draft standards will help us create accurate, relevant and useful documents for Canada’s supply chain employers and workers,” said CSCSC.

Julia Kuzeljevich

Julia Kuzeljevich

Julia Kuzeljevich is Editor of Canadian Shipper. She has been writing about transportation and logistics issues since 1999.
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