After completing the course, a student will be able to:
LO 1 - Describe Environmental laws and regulations.
LO 2 – Explain the applicability of hazardous waste to reverse logistics operations (Industrial Waste)
LO-3 - Explain product life-cycle reverse logistics support policy for reclaiming value from recycled and waste materials.
LO 4 – Describe sustainable logistics
LO 5 - Explain the policy issues related to the handling and movement of hazardous materials for returns, recycling and waste management of products.
LO 6 - Explain the packaging and protection of hazardous materials as a result of returns, recycling and waste management of products to safeguard the environment.
LO 7 - Examine the process of identifying reverse logistics-related social infrastructure bottlenecks.
LO 8 - Describe and develop a reverse logistics plan and policy for retail industry.
LO 9 - Conduct research on reverse logistics policy development through reading trade and business journals, professional conference materials, and online resources for federal, state and local government policies and procedures.
LO 10 - Describe the ethical behavior in Reverse Logistics Planning.
LO 11 - Identify emerging trends of problems and potential solutions for reverse logistics management operations that impact the environment.
LO 12 - Describe the best practices in reverse logistics applications, planning, policies, and regulations in returns and their impact on the organizations return on investment and stakeholder interaction.
LO 13 - Explain procedures and technology to sustainable operations within a manufacturing enterprise and a retail business.
LO 14 – Examine the process to gain a competitive Advantage in RL, and eeconomic and business factors, environmental factors, and social factors