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Asset Management Policy

Overview

This policy outlines the guidelines and procedures for managing company assets.
Scope: This policy applies to all employees and contractors who are responsible for company assets.

Policy:

Asset Identification and Tracking
a. All assets owned by the company must be identified and tracked using a unique identifier.
b. The asset register should include details such as make, model, serial number, purchase date, and location.
Asset Acquisition
a. All asset purchases must be approved by the appropriate authority.
b. The asset purchase should be based on the needs of the company.
c. The asset should be procured from a reputable supplier.
Asset Deployment
a. Assets should be deployed only to authorized personnel.
b. The asset must be put to its intended use.
Asset Maintenance
a. Assets should be maintained in accordance with the manufacturer's guidelines.
b. Maintenance records should be kept up-to-date.
Asset Disposal
a. Assets should be disposed of in accordance with the company's policy.
b. Assets containing sensitive information must be disposed of securely.
c. Disposal records should be kept up-to-date.
Asset Monitoring
a. Assets should be monitored regularly to ensure they are being used as intended.
b. Any misuse or damage to assets should be reported immediately.
Enforcement: Any employee or contractor found to have violated this policy may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment or contract.

Revision History

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1/31/2022
Asset Management Policy
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