Major infrastructure projects now require all assets on MEPH (Mechanical, Electrical, Public Health), architectural, civils systems, etc to have an asset tag. These tags are used for various reasons depending on the asset.
Asset labels or tags will hold data that will allow the end user to instantly identify the following via QR codes.
Identifies asset name and task
Manufacturer for replacement components
Operating and maintenance manuals
MCR (material compliance record) which includes all product data etc.
Maintenance and testing intervals
This type of information will allow the end user to have all the data at hand to review while carrying out periodic testing or if replacement parts are required.
This method provides users with enough information over time to inform decisions on whether future repairs are economically viable or if an asset requires replacing.
IPMA asset labelling techniques ensure that the correct labels are installed at the right time, so that certification (which otherwise cannot happen) can take place.
The tagging of assets ensures high levels of efficiency and increased productivity both during the build and for the end user’s maintenance and repairs in the long term.
Should any system part, tool or any other item need replaced it can be easily identified, sourced and delivered without any unnecessary delays.
Our complete asset labelling and tracking software solution allows teams to manage assets from installation to handover, providing a full audit trail of each asset.
IPMA asset labelling streamlines the process of asset management throughout the lifecycles of projects and for the end users.
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