Built Asset Management: grocery retail

Our data capture project identified over 20,000 equipment assets using our rugged mobile devices containing defined fields to ensure data consistency and synced all data to our client’s CAFM system. Fortunately, no ‘rogue’ assets were identified in this project. On average, phs Compliance finds that up to 40% of assets can be unknown, non-compliant liabilities. Comprehensive validation of the existence and value of known equipment assets was completed to budget and within the defined timescale of 15 days.

100% visibility of capital-intensive assets enables property managers to take informed optimised decisions on the performance of safe, compliant workplaces. Not only can many cost-efficiency savings be made to operational spend because of good asset data and risk management, safety risk mitigation through planned inspections and maintenance can be put in place.

We can’t measure and maintain what we don’t know exists. Which is why built asset data management is intrinsic to phs Compliance’s commitment to total compliance and optimal maintenance.

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