This page is designed to provide journalists with information about the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council and Canada's supply chain sector.
On this page, you can access information on:
- The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council
- Human Resources in the Supply Chain
- The Supply Chain Sector in Canada
The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council brings together practitioners working in all areas and at all levels of the supply chain, academics, teachers and trainers, career counsellors, associations, and relevant government representatives to assess and address human-resource challenges in the sector. Together, the many volunteers from this wide range of groups are able to identify the sector's needs as they arise and deliver solutions that speak to those needs.
Current products and programs:
- Education and Training Compendium
- LMI Toolkit
- National Accreditation Program
- National occupational standards
- Recruitment and Retention Toolkit
- Videos – an overview of work in the supply chain and job profiles
See the CT&L video about the value and uses of the Council's job-profile videos
- Virtual HR Department
- 2012 supply chain sector HR study report
- Press releases
- Annual reports
- Case study: New Tires – An outline of the occupations and skills involved in the installation of four new tires
- CSCSC product case studies
- 2005 sector study report
- Articles – These articles may be republished at no charge, with permission. Permission requests should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pat Campbell, Executive Director
About 767,000 Canadians work in supply chain roles, as defined by the CSCSC. (Because Trucking Human Resources Canada exists to provide HR-related products and services to Canada's truck drivers, for example, drivers are not included in that figure and are not the focus of CSCSC services.)