Green store inventory project part II

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This week at Casey: 3 May 2013

The inventory project is full steam ahead, making heaps of space for the next resupply of Casey or items to be held for future projects on station. You could say there is light at the end of the tunnel, and in the racks, due to more space.

Equipment in the green store is now being given a location in each bay and is placed into the inventory system by item and amount. This is already making it easier and faster for the tradies to get on with their work! Each pallet now has an ID tag displaying the owner, description, date last inspected, location and weight which is also placed into the inventory system, allowing this equipment or item to be found easily both here at Casey and to be viewed back at head office in Kingston. So far, four of the ten racks have been completed including one of the mezzanine floors. 

Aaron on the electronic fork lift in between two racks of the greenstore
Bringing down equipment to place an ID tag on it after the…
(Photo: Doug McVeigh)
Aaron with boxes of equipment in the green store warehouse
More equipment being identified and placed in the inventory system
(Photo: Doug McVeigh)
Aaron standing in between two green store racks
Aaron has just completed two more racks and is proud how it…
(Photo: Doug McVeigh)
Picture of the completed racks
Two of the complete racks five and six
(Photo: Aaron McKechnie)
Picture of the storage area on a mezzanine
The mezzanine floor completed and ready for more equipment to be stored
(Photo: Aaron McKechnie)
More storage on the mezzanine
The mezzanine floor completed and ready for more equipment to be stored
(Photo: Aaron McKechnie)
Picture of pallets on a rack
Pallets with the new ID tag displayed on the front in the…
(Photo: Aaron McKechnie)
Aaron and Jeremy posing behind rolls of electrical wires
Aaron and Jeremy (electrician) sorting through and identifying all of the electrical…
(Photo: Aaron McKechnie)
Jeremy within reels of cables
Jeremy helping Aaron through the many spare cable reels
(Photo: Aaron McKechnie)
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