Portable and Attractive Item (PAI)

Definition overview

1 Definition

Non-consumable items of a portable and desirable nature which are susceptible to theft or loss due to their portable nature and attractiveness for personal use or resale. Typical examples of such items include, but are not limited to, computers, tablets, LCD monitors (above standard size only), computer hard drives, printers, cameras, mobile phones, mobile data devices, GPS devices, programmable calculators, portable media players/recorders, televisions audio-visual equipment, digital projectors and power tools.

Non-consumable items not deemed to be Portable and Attractive include furniture, white goods, USB data storage devices or other items as nominated by the Chief Financial Officer.

2 References

USQ Defined.

3 Definition Information

Approved Date

26/3/2015

Effective Date

26/3/2015

Record No

15/767PL

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