2016 (on a date yet to be determined)
Arnhem, the Netherlands
English or Dutch
Balance performance, costs and risk to your assets.
Asset management is moving upward on the agenda of today's utilities. Goals for the implementation of modern asset management are set by management and relevant stakeholders, such as regulators, shareholders, and customers. International frameworks and standards have been established: after the successful introduction of PAS 55 in 2004, ISO has issued the ISO 55000 standard in 2014.
However, the actual implementation of asset management is a gradual and step-by-step process. Each step in the development chain can only be successful once the preceding steps are in place.
Introducing any new process represents a change, and calls for employees to let go of old habits and embrace new ones. A process therefore cannot be described as complete when it has only been drawn up on paper and still needs to be implemented; people need to be trained and coached in such a way that continuous improvement is established, and goals are reached.
- Understanding of modern asset management practice
- Knowledge of the conditions and methods needed for risk and asset management
- Insight in how to develop your own asset management process
Generic asset management:
- Introduction & context
- Asset management mission, strategy & policy
- Asset management process & organisation
- Risk based management
- Risk management process
- Asset management frameworks (PAS 55, ISO 55000)
- Asset management auditing and roadmapping
- Maintenance improvement
- Replacement strategies
- Introduction to supporting methodologies:
- assessment of condition
- remaining lifetime, health & risk indexing
- failure investigation