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|Schedule of Equipment and
component of a package of 10 key oversight
documents for asset
This schedule is a simple list of equipment kept in the building (such as ladders and vacuums) and supplies (such as fan belts, fan filters and spare cans of paint). It indicates where these items are stored, the quantity of each and other information necessary for inventory control. SOES helps the owners save money through efficiencies and can also help mitigate risk in some case. The schedule is usually about 1 page long.
Content of SOES
The Schedule of Tags and Certificates is a concise list of the following information associated with the building
A table summarizing the following information associated with the building's equipment.
A table summarizing the following information associated with the building's supplies.
The Importance of SOES
Listed below are some of the key reasons why a schedule of equipment and supplies is helpful to building owners, managers and operators.
The first two reasons pertain to efficient operations.
A. Save Money
The types of equipment and supplies will differ slightly between buildings.
Fig. Examples of equipment that is usually kept in buildings, such as vacuums, shovels, ladders.
Fig. Examples of supplies that is usually kept in buildings, such as fan belts, spare lamps, spare paint cans, fan filters.
Fig. The types of maintenance supplies and equipment varies somewhat by building type.
Fig. Excerpt from a template sample of a schedule of equipment and supplies.
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