Asset Management 101 for New Starters and Non-Engineers
In contrast with traditional, ingrained engineering disciplines, the field of infrastructure asset management is relatively new, having emerged in the 1980s and 1990s in response to a need to manage infrastructure assets in a coordinated, systematic fashion.
With significant portions of Australia's infrastructure portfolio expected to require investment in the next 10 to 20 years, the need for organisations to adopt holistic asset management practices is becoming increasingly apparent.
Organisations have implemented various business structures to meet this need, ranging from the creation of dedicated asset management teams to the incorporation of asset management roles and responsibilities throughout existing business services, risk, and operations and maintenance teams.
Regardless of the business structure implemented, it is clear that asset management is rapidly evolving from a solely engineering-based discipline to a discipline that brings together professionals from engineering, planning, financial, information technology and human resources disciplines for the ultimate objective of realising value from an organisation's infrastructure assets.
This seminar will introduce attendees to the fundamental objectives, principles and concepts of infrastructure asset management.
Meet Our Speakers:
Keith is a seasoned asset management professional with over 35 years industry experience across UK, Middle East, and Australasia. As well as being the team leader for Asset Management in Jacobs Solutions, he is also the Chair for the Brisbane AMC Chapter. Getting the basics correct is a key component of Keith’s approach to the elements and implementation of an Asset Management System.
Stephen is a Chartered Engineer and Economist at Cardno experienced in the asset management of public infrastructure including water supply and sewerage, power, roads and public facilities. Stephen has particular expertise in the areas of capital expenditure governance and expenditure efficiency assessment, and has led projects for the design and implementation of ISO 55001 in local, state and Commonwealth government organisations. Stephen is a Certified Asset Management Assessor for ISO 55001, holds a Diploma in Asset Management from the Institute of Asset Management (with Distinction) and has delivered training in asset management in tailored programs and in foundation courses.
- EA Members & Society Members: $0.00 ($0.00 excl. GST)
- EA Students: $0.00 ($0.00 excl. GST)
- Non Members: $27.27 ($30.00 excl. GST)
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