You’ve most likely already heard of asset labels. Asset labels are becoming more common all the time as businesses try to keep track of the items they own. They are now widely used across the UK by many companies, large and small. Some of the reasons a company might use asset labels include:
Identifying office items
If you want to make sure that all the office items you own are accounted for there is no better way to do this than using asset labels. The labels feature a unique number or barcode which can be referenced against a database of all the items you own if needed. This stops items being lost or misplaced and helps you gain control of your assets.
Finding items around the office
If you have a large office or even have offices at two sites, it can be difficult to keep track of all the items you own. If you need to find a laptop computer or a projector or even a mobile phone charger, you can do this using the database you hold on each and every item. The database will contain everything you need to find an item you are looking for.
All the portable electrical appliances you have at your site will need to be tested on a regular basis for electrical safety. The location of these appliances can be found using the database you hold on the items if they have an asset label affixed and any future tests can easily be organised.