A number of documents related to the methods and methods of performing work in museums have been coordinated. One of these work procedures is called a Work Instruction. These processes and documents are regulated by QMEC.
To enable these procedures and work processes to be registered and subsequently adopted by stakeholders, it is not easy. Presentation at the departmental level, PTj, Quality Committee until submitted to the University Management, requires research, refinement and so on.
There are 12 work instructions that have been created, being streamlined so that there are not too many AKs.
Among the work instructions (AK) that are being scrutinized and refined are AK Procurement, Exhibition, Inventory, Publication, Storage and Education.
Hopefully our party at the museum can achieve the target of compiling its official working documents in the near future (within 3 months). Is it possible?
As always, students who want to meet and get more info about the museum, I will first ask for a list of questions they want to ask. Based on past experience, students come empty -handed, and they start asking questions without a clear focus. Yesterday, I asked students who wanted to meet to get museum -related information. Here are the questions they want to ask.
*To students who ask, your identity is kept secret. This copy is just to sharpen the mind and find a solution to your question.
If you are a person who is involved in the world of museums, please answer to master your knowledge of museums.
Abd Aziz Rashid |
2 Jun 2017
Last Update: 28/02/2022