Stack maintenance , Other Management


We have explained That maintenance work implies the organisation of stack rooms, arrangements of books on shelve in stack rooms and
conservation. In this section, we are dealing with the maintenance of stack rooms which involves the following work:

• Preparation and maintenance of guides 

• Shelf rectification

• Maintenance of shelf register/list 

• Maintenance routines 

• Tools needed in the maintenance section.

We shall discuss each of the above in the following sub-sections.

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