With a new report released on Monday, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) is looking at manufacturing practices across the supply chain, with an eye on how companies manage risk and how those risks are distributed.
The report says good manufacturing practice can be found across the entire supply chain from the factory to the consumer, and it has been a focus of the Australian Manufacturing Council.
“We’ve looked at all of the things that we think are important to manufacturing in the supply chains, and the most important thing for me is to make sure there is a robust supply chain,” CEO of the manufacturing group, Richard Wilson, told Business Insider Australia.
“That means we have to make decisions about what to do about safety, about how to address environmental issues, and also how do we manage the risks that are out there in the environment.”
What we’ve been trying to do in our research is to see how good manufacturing is, and what that is really like, and then we can try and use that as a template for making decisions.
“Wilson and his group are the first to release a report that looks at manufacturing in Australia.
It’s aimed at making sure companies are thinking about safety and environmental risks in their supply chain.
“But we don’t look at those things until it is actually made.” “
In the supply process we look at everything that goes into the final product, we look for things that are being delivered at the time of finalisation,” Wilson said.
“But we don’t look at those things until it is actually made.”
What’s in it for manufacturers?
The Good Manufacturing Process (Gmp) report is focused on a wide range of issues including: managing risk in the process and managing risks to the environment