The following information and instructions
contained in this Guide have been prepared to make the packing and moving
easier for our employees and to reduce unnecessary delays for the moving
company selected. Following these instructions will help for a smooth and
efficient transfer to our new location.
General Information in preparation for the
It is your responsibility to have your staff
follow these instructions.
Be sure that all employees in your department or
section receive this Office Moving Guide. Personnel will be functioning in
the new offices on a normal basis immediately after reporting to work, if
the move is properly preplanned.
You will be responsible for your own packing
before the actual move. Follow the instructions contained in this booklet.
They will be of assistance to you, not only before the move, but when you
unpack at the new offices.
All Packing Should Be Completed Prior To The
Start Of The Actual Move.
ONLY PERSONNEL DIRECTLY
INVOLVED WITH THE MOVE
SHOULD BE PRESENT
DURING THE COURSE
OF THE MOVE.
1. PERSONAL ITEMS
The mover cannot be responsible for your personal
possessions, such as legal papers, money, lighters, fountain pens, etc.
For your own protection, we suggest that you move these items privately.
If you need special containers, ask your Move Consultant.
Be sure that all cartons are properly assembled.
Leave a two inch space at top of each carton. The mover has special
cartons and boxes available for electronic equipment, libraries, bulk
supplies, lamps and other breakables. If you require special boxes or
packing services, ask your supervisor to advise the Move Consultant.
Pack all contents. This includes current working
papers, letter trays, books and other desk top items.
SEAL PAPER CLIPS. PENCILS AND ALL
OTHER LOOSE MATERIALS IN ENVELOPES
AND THEN PACK THEM IN CARTONS.
PROTECT ALL GLASS RECEPTACLES
WITH PAPER OR OTHER STUFFING.
LEAVE GLASS TOPS AND PADS ON TOP
OF DESKS FOR THE MOVER.
4. FILING CABINETS
Move with contents intact. Tighten the internal drawer plate in each
drawer to hold contents in place.