This is possible for various reasons. The first reason could be to know how much furniture there is in the building. Another reason is because of a circular economy within the organisation. A third reason could be to find out what the general optical condition is of the inventory. But also to lay the foundation for a possible multi-year maintenance plan (MJOP).
Everything can be measured, but we use a standard basic inventory (chairs, tables and cupboards). This can be extended to coffee mugs as we speak. Subsequently, features such as: color, brand, model, location in the building and size can be included.
After an agreement of you and Measuremen about the measurements, numbers, days, we send a team of well-trained observers, led by a dedicated project coordinator, to register each object in your work environment.
It depends on the size of the building and the estimated numbers in advance. On average a Workplace Asset Inventory takes five-ten working days.
A map and the space list.
The observers are informed in advance with information relating to the building and the inventory.
No. In order to experience the least possible hindrance during the execution of his/her work, it is recommended to not approach observers. If you have any questions regarding the study we suggest you to contact the project coordinator.
It is important that the Workplace Asset Inventory is well announced within your organisation in advance.
Rather not. If it’s necessary for your organisation, then it is important to do this in close consultation with the project coordinator.
All of our observers will be easy to recognise by the blue Measuremen badge that they will be wearing.
All our observers can register their observations via their mobile.
All the insights and results will be stored in an Excel file.
After five working days, you will receive the Excel file.
Yes. It is possible to schedule a meeting where the insights will be discussed.
To secure a mutated inventory.
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