14 Record details of incoming stock according to organisational procedures 2

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1.4 Record details of incoming stock according to organisational procedures. 2. Store stock. 2.1 Promptly transport stock to, and store in, appropriate storage area. 2.2 Use safe manual handling techniques to avoid injury when moving and storing stock. 2.3 Label stock according to organisational procedures. 2.4 Report on excess stock according to organisational procedures. 3. Rotate and maintain stock. 3.1 Rotate stock for maximum use and minimum wastage. 3.2 Regularly check the quality of stock and report findings. 3.3 Safely dispose of all excess or spoilt stock and waste, especially hazardous substances, to minimise negative environmental impacts. 3.4 Maintain cleanliness of stock handling and storage areas, and identify and report problems. 3.5 Use stock control systems and equipment according to organisational speed and accuracy requirements.
Apex Institute of Education | SITXINV001 – Learner Assessment Pack V2.0_Jun 2019 | CRICOS: 03156M Page 4 of ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE PERFORMANCE EVIDENCE Evidence of the ability to complete tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit in the context of the job role, and: receive, store and maintain six different stock deliveries correctly interpret stock orders and delivery documentation for items received in the above deliveries complete stock documentation relating to each of the above stock deliveries integrate into the above work activities: o security procedures o manual handling techniques o commercial time constraints. KNOW LEDGE EVIDENCE Demonstrated knowledge required to complete the tasks outlined in elements and performance criteria of this unit: principles of stock control: o rotation and replenishment o product life cycle and maximising the use of all stock o checking for slow moving items o segregation of non-food items from food items that have potential to cross- contaminate stock control systems: o bin card system o imprest system o integrated point-of-sale system o ledger system stock control procedures and template documents and reports for: o ordering o levels o loss o performance o monitoring of quality o receipt o reorder cycles o rotation o security o stocktakes
Apex Institute of Education | SITXINV001 – Learner Assessment Pack V2.0_Jun 2019 | CRICOS: 03156M Page 5 of o valuation o wastage storage requirements for different kinds of stock use of stock control equipment and software where appropriate specific industry sector, types of: o computerised stock control systems; their functions and features o electronic equipment used for stock control; their functions and features o stock recording documentation o stock security systems o storage and their suitability for different kinds of stock specific organisation: o relevant stock o product life and storage requirements for specific goods o procedures for security, recording incoming stock, reporting on discrepancies, deficiencies, and excess stock o order and delivery documentation safe manual handling techniques for the receipt, transportation and storage of stock safe and correct use of equipment

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