- Enables the user to follow a recognised template
- Permanent record of who has received the tools and equipment
- This form is particularly useful when dealing with sub-contractors on a temporary basis where the return of loaned tools is essential
- Protects the company from outside scrutiny e.g. installation of new boilers requiring a flue gas analyser; the register proves allocation to the engineer.
- Employees have to sign to confirm the receipt of tools or equipment (valuable when they leave the company)
- Can be used in the employee induction process (and transferred onto a main tools matrix if in place to assist planners e.g. core drill)
- Keeps a company log of all issued tools and equipment (these are company assets)
- The register can be transferred to a main matrix or left 'as is' dependant upon the company size
Who would use it?
- Lead engineer
- Line Manager
- Quality Control Officer
When would you use it?
You would use the 'Tools & Equipment Register' whenever you want to track who is in possession of the company's equipment.
Why would you use it?
You would use the 'Tools & Equipment Register' to ensure you know where all company tools and equipment are. This is a company asset that can be easily misplaced and all too often the tools and equipment go missing and have to be re-purchased.
It has to be said that with equipment like.......
- Flue gas analysers
- Flushing machines
- Core drills
.......a company cannot afford to lose items such as these. Simple forms and procedures ensure they are not misplaced (without responsibility) and work planners can allocate jobs to the engineers who have the necessary tools and equipment to carry out the work correctly.
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