Just-in-Time techniques as applied to hazardous materials management
Spicer, John S.
Lamm, David V.
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This study investigates the feasibility of integrating JIT techniques in the context of hazardous materials management. This study provides a description of JIT, a description of environmental compliance issues and the outgrowth of related HAZMAT policies, and a broad perspective on strategies for applying JIT to HAZMAT management.
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