Areas of responsibility - library management, Other Management

Areas of Responsibility - library management:

The main areas of responsibility of the maintenance section or division are: Taking responsibilities regarding

a) the  method of stacking and type of storage equipment;

b) the arrangement of the  collection, including special arrangement for category of materials - oversized books, non-book materials, etc.,

c) the effective and efficient use of the architectural features of the building for stacking books: 

Maintaining orderliness and cleanliness in the stackrooms; Training and supervising the work of the maintenance section/division staff; Decisions regarding the conservation of material, repair, binding, etc.; Maintenance of records pertaining to stock control.  

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