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Code : 2019/TLW/LSC/3402 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 550 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

The individual is responsible for overall boat operations and ensures safety, security and facilities on the vessel. S/He plans and leads the specialised operations like passenger vessel, tug vessel and NCV operations.

Code : 2018/TLW/LSC/2449 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 340 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

The individual performs basic picking, packing, labelling, kitting, binning, loading and unloading activities in a warehouse. S/he will operate manual/battery operated pallet truck (MHE), will engage in inventory counts and maintaining warehouse work area clean.

Code : 2015/TLW/LSC/00100 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 260 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

Warehouse Binner in the Logistics industry is also known as Binner, Floor Staff, Warehouse Associate. Individuals in this role need to bin items to put away into storage. Individuals are responsible for binning items according to an inventory list. Additional responsibilities could at times include moving cargo, re-packaging items and documenting cargo that has been moved. The difference in tasks performed under the Binner role thus varies according to the volume of operations, however the core function of the role is to bin items and put away into storage.  

Code : 2015/TLW/LSC/00110 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 290 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

Warehouse Claims Coordinators are also know as Warehouse Claims Processors. Individuals in this role are responsible for receiving claims, assessing the goods concerned to ensure the claim is genuine and estimating the reimbursable amount. They are also required to verify all the documents, send the claims to the insurance companies and provide detailed reports to the management.  

Code : 2018/TLW/LSC/2450 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 480 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

The individual is responsible for updating  warehouse data into the ERP system, prepare reports, analyse of data for trends, prepare forecasts, print labels, and coordinate with line functions to ensure seamless operation of warehouse functions.

Code : 2018/TLW/LSC/2440 NSQF Level : Level 6 Notional Hours : 760 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

The individual facilitates and manages warehouse, inventory and transport operations along with in-plant logistics in a manufacturing/ warehousing/ transportation setup. S/he is in charge of business development, performance and profitability of the unit.

Code : 2018/TLW/LSC/2437 NSQF Level : Level 6 Notional Hours : 620 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

The individual is responsible for the overall functioning of warehouse facility, people performance, processes and systems efficiency to ensure goods are received and dispatched appropriately and productivity targets are met

Code : 2018/TLW/DGT/02812 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 160 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

Warehouse Operator will understand the steps involved in warehousing operations, safety requirements and the safe procedures of stacking, EOT operations effectively and with good quality.

Code : 2015/TLW/LSC/00098 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 270 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

Warehouse Packer in the Logistics industry is also known as Packer, Floor Staff, Warehouse Associate. Individuals in this role need to pack items that have been picked or require binning. Individuals are responsible for packing items that require additional pre-packing or outbound packaging. Additional responsibilities could at times include loading and unloading cargo, labeling, re-packaging items and documenting cargo that has been moved. The difference in tasks performed under the Packer role thus varies according to the volume of operations, however the core function of the role is to pack items according to the nature of the product either for storage or transportation.  

Code : 2015/TLW/LSC/00097 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 270 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

Warehouse Picker in the Logistics industry is also known as Picker, Floor Staff, Warehouse Associate. Individuals in this role need to pick items from storage. Individuals are responsible for picking items according to an inventory list. Additional responsibilities could at times include loading and unloading cargo, labeling, re-packaging items and documenting cargo that has been moved. The difference in tasks performed under the picker role thus varies according to the volume of operations, however the core function of the role is to pick items from storage and ensure they are ready to be sent out.  

Code : 2015/TLW/LSC/00106 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 300 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

Warehouse Quality Checkers are also know as Warehouse Quality Assessors or Quality Inspectors. Individuals in this role are responsible for inspecting the quality and checking conformance to specifications of inbound as well as outbound goods, segregating goods that do not meet requirements and documenting the results.  

Code : 2019/TLW/LSC/3390 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 480 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

The individual supervises day to day operations at a warehouse by allocating resources, manging activities and coordinating with clients and regulatory bodies. S/he is also responsible for measuring and reporting the effectiveness of warehousing activities and employees’ performance.

Code : 2015/TLW/LSC/00101 NSQF Level : Level 5 Notional Hours : 330 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

Warehouse Supervisor in the Logistics industry is also known as Supervisor, Warehouse In-Charge. Individuals in this role need to collect components required to obtain the required lists and information from the Data Entry Operator (DEO), plan the schedule for the day, allocate work to workers and oversee them for successful completion. Their responsibilities include solving operational issues in the warehouse and ensuring smooth operations.  

Code : 2020/TLW/DGT/04010 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 1600 Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

The individual does the identification, storage, packing, movement of goods from supply point to stocking point, distribution line and movement of finished goods and finally deliver the required Quality goods to the consumer in specified Right Quantity at Right Time and at the Right place.