Consumables don’t need to be taken as stock or assets, as their value is usually low. These include cleaning materials, stationery, lightbulbs, and other replacement items.
View and download a diagram illustrating how such items are managed here.
Items that are worth less than £1,000, not powered by electricity, do not incur maintenance costs, have a useful life of less than 3 years, and are not defined as assets by the donor who funded their purchase, are classified as equipment and should be tracked on a property register.
Furniture, unless items worth more than £1,000 should be included on the property register rather than on the asset register.
For the management of stocks, refer to the Warehousing chapter.
Read the next section on Procuring assets here.
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Assets, stock, equipment: definitions
Learn more in the Procuring assets section.
Learn more in the Registering, tracking and reporting assets, and filing section
Learn more in the Asset donations section.
Asset disposal plans
Learn more in the Asset disposal section.
Learn more in the Note on asset management and partnerships section.