Fastenal Distribution Tour and Safety Lunch - Atlanta

Dates & Times Host Company Event Location Category
Starts: 04/09/19 12:30 pm
Ends: 04/09/19 2:30 pm

Georgia Manufacturing Alliance
Fastenal
6445 Fulton Industrial Boulevard Southwest
Atlanta, GA 30336
USA
Plant Tours
Description

 

FASTENAL DISTRIBUTION TOUR and SAFETY LUNCH & LEARN


With over 50 year's experience in the manufacturing industry, Fastenal is North America’s largest fastener distributor and offers a huge selection of OEM, MRO, construction, industrial, and safety products. Attendees will get a first person glimpse in the Distribution Center, including the Automated Storage and Retrieval System and learn about how Fastenal's unique culture and approach to the market have made it one of the top performing companies in the world. 

Learn how automation has helped Fastenal support growth of 600% out of the same building for the last 15 years.  Their 200,000 sq. ft. Fastenal Atlanta Distribution Center moved into its current building in 2003. At that time, the picking/material handling system was new and the technology was current. With advances in distribution automation technology, Fastenal invested about $10 million in automating the Atlanta Distribution Center between 2013 and 2015.

Tour Agenda

  • 12:30 – 1:15 pm             Registration, Lunch, and Networking
    •  Safety in the Workplace Lunch & Learn
  • 1:15 – 2:15 pm             Fastenal Distribution Center Tour
  • 2:15 – 2:30 pm             Wrap Up and Q & A

 

SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE  LUNCH & LEARN

Fastenal’s Safety in the Workplace Lunch and Learn will be taught by Regional Safety Sales Manager Kacy Blevins. Blevins covers the Southeastern United States and has worked with Fastenal for 12 years. His role is to manage and develop Fastenal Safety Specialists while also increasing awareness for Fastenal’s Safety Program.

He holds his QSSP certification and will speak on and answer questions regarding who OSHA is and what they have accomplished over the last 48 years. The overall goal of Fastenal’s Safety Program is to reduce injuries, increase compliance, and eliminate waste in the work place.  He  will review:

  • 2018 Most Cited OSHA Violations          
  • PPE Selection
  • Facility Signage
  • Cleanliness
  • Continuous Improvement

Contact Info
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Email:
Phone Number:
Website:
Marjorie Dykes
marjorie@georgiamanufacturing.com
(770) 338-0051
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