The Inspired Insider
Weekly Wednesday | 03/07 - 03/13
March Theme: Safety Awareness
Employee Spotlight of The Week!
Inspired Call Summary
- Each space should have pictures of all four (or more) walls.
- Photos should include the ceiling and the floor.
- Seek additional photos for anything unusual or interesting about the space such as slanted ceilings, odd obstructions, or wall type particulars.
- Photos should be clear and free from as many objects as possible such as ladders and tools.
- Ensure all obstructions such as switches, outlets, and light fixtures are represented in the photos.
- Start an ISV by Reviewing the design found under Job Files in Cruxos, before starting the measuring process to get a sense of the space and the critical areas of interest, but at this point don’t review the design in too much detail as to not let it bias your measurements.
- Draw your Birdseye View layout to match the same layout and wall placement as the design.
- Proceed to measure the space and create a layout drawing.
- Next, compare the design to your layout and look for areas that do not match.
- Review both the Birdseye View and Elevation designs, looking for known or unknown obstructions, ceiling heights, etc…
- Remeasure any areas that do not align and take additional photos of these areas.
- The depth of the system must be considered; therefore, ALWAYS measure walls and obstructions that are adjacent to the walls where the system will be installed.
- Add notes about additional parts that may be needed, such as trim, back panels, and why in the notes section on the measure sheet.
- mounting or dismounting the ladder improperly;
- losing one's balance;
- failing to set up the ladder properly;
- over-reaching while on the ladder; and
- misstepping while climbing or descending
Dial-in: +1 646 876 9923
US Conference ID: 568 448 1426
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Measurement and ISV