Blockchain Technology as a Health and Safety Contributor in the Transport and Logistics Industry – Human Resource Requirements

Skiba, R. (2020). Blockchain Technology as a Health and Safety Contributor in the Transport and Logistics Industry – Human Resource Requirements. International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology (IJISRT), 5 (4), 544-550.

7 Pages Posted: 27 May 2020

Date Written: April 26, 2020

Abstract

Adaptation of blockchain technology in the Transport and Logistics industry may provide for not only increased transparency, trust and efficiency but also improved safety by minimising mis-declaration of cargo. There are currently a number of operators in the industry developing applications based on blockchain with may others planning to utilise the approach. As organisations commit to blockchain based projects, there will be an increased demand for blockchain developers, and associated job roles, and this paper considers the skills and knowledge requirements for those in these roles and provides a basis for determining the competence required for blockchain development.

Keywords: Transport and Logistics; Blockchain; Smart Contract; Competency Standards; Training, Safety

JEL Classification: 121

Suggested Citation

Skiba, Richard, Blockchain Technology as a Health and Safety Contributor in the Transport and Logistics Industry – Human Resource Requirements (April 26, 2020). Skiba, R. (2020). Blockchain Technology as a Health and Safety Contributor in the Transport and Logistics Industry – Human Resource Requirements. International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology (IJISRT), 5 (4), 544-550., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3588429

Richard Skiba (Contact Author)

LRES Training Management ( email )

Australia

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