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Asset Management
Deliver Business Outcomes, Manage Risk
Sally Nugent
Chief Executive Officer,
Asset Management Council
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Outcomes from Asset
Management
Doubling of share price
Putting a man on the moon
Turning an old refinery into a world-class
facility
Improving safety
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ABOUT US

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Who we are
Started in 1984 as a National Panel within
Engineers Australia
Technical Society of Engineers Australia
Company Limited by Guarantee, 2010
Board elected directly by members
Over 1500 members
and 3 partnering organisations
Approx 65 volunteers and staff form our
leadership teams

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Vision
Enabling benefits for all, from
effective use of assets
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Our Strategic Goals
Nurture a common understanding of asset
management, and provide a portal to asset
management knowledge and resources
Develop the knowledge of Asset Management
Promote Application of Asset Management
Enable organisations to improve business
performance
Develop personal and organisational
capabilities
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ASSET MANAGEMENT
INTERNATIONALLY
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Internationally
Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset
Management
the Asset Management Landscape is being
used to harmonise knowledge and practices
across the world.
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Internationally
New International Standards in Asset
Management, ISO 5500x
For asset intensive organisations, these
standards offer the possibility of developing or
enhancing key competitive benefits.
Some industries and government departments
will also use the standards for regulatory
purposes.
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Internationally
Beyond the International Standard, there is
a developing set of processes and
measures to establish the maturity of an
organisations asset management system.
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THANK YOU
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RESOURCES AND ACTIVITIES
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Content developed by Body of
Knowledge Team
National teams established
Publication through Web content
Provides Thought Leadership
Based upon AM Council published
Models and Information
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National and International Links
Founding member
Global Forum on
Maintenance and Asset
Management (GFMAM)
Contributor to GFMAM
projects
Member of Australian
Peak Bodies group
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Asset Management
Certification
Scheme developed in 2008 in consultation
with industry
Implementation commenced late 2009 on
time
Scheme has Four Levels and issues a
Competency Profile
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Asset Management Awards
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Asset Management Awards
Celebrating the
significant
contribution that
individuals and
organisations make
to the advancement
of asset management
in Australia, and
internationally
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What are physical assets?
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Plan and
identify a suite
of actions
Do the
planned
actions
Check that we
achieved the
stated intent
Act on any
variances
discovere
d while.
Asset Concept Model
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Output Focus
Capabilities
Level of
Assurance
Learning
Organisation
Capabilities: Inherent
functions of a physical
asset or organisation
Level of Assurance:
Quantifiable level of
confidence in the
delivery of a Capability
Learning Organisation: An
organisation that actively
seeks change in environment
or domain knowledge and
adapts to improve its products
or services
Output Focus: A
commitment to
measurable outputs
Asset Concept Model
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What is Asset Management?
Lifecycle management of physical assets to achieve the
stated outputs of the enterprise
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ISO55000
Asset
something that has potential value to an
organization

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ISO55000
Asset Management
Coordinated activities of an organisation to
realise value from assets
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ISO55000
Asset Management System
set of interrelated or interacting elements of
an organization to establish policies and
objectives, and processes to achieve those
objectives

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Asset Management Principles
Asset management is founded on a set of principles. Some are
common management principles.
Assets exist to provide value to the organization and its
stakeholders
Asset management does not focus solely on the asset itself, but on
the value that the asset can provide to the organization.

Asset management transforms strategic intent into
technical and financial decisions, plans and activities
Asset management decisions (technical, financial and operational)
collectively enable the achievement of the organizations strategic
objectives.
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Asset Management Principles
Asset management is founded on a set of principles. Some are
common management principles.
Leadership and workplace culture are determinants of
value realization
Leadership and commitment from all levels of management are
essential for successfully establishing, operating and improving
asset management within the organization.

Asset management requires the assurance of fitness for
purpose
The need for assurance arises from the governance process of an
organization. Its origin is in the stewardship relationship between
the top management of an organization and its stakeholders.
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Asset Delivery Model
Typical Processes
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Stakeholder
Needs
Asset Delivery Model
Typical Processes
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ISO/IEC 15288 Systems
Engineering
Demand
Management
ISO/IEC 15288 Systems
Engineering
Systems Engineering
ISO 10007 Configuration
Management
Configuration
Management
IEC Dependability Series Acquisition
IEC Dependability Series
Maintenance and
Operations
ISO 9000 Quality Management
Continuous
Improvement
Process Standards
Each process element is supported by a number of Standards:

Refer to amcouncil.com.au for further details
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Asset
Management
Council 2010
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Role of Information
Technology
Plan Do
Check Act
Strategic Plan
Business Plan
Investment Plan
Financial Plan
Systems Engineering Management Plan
Safety Management Plan
Configuration Management Plan
Data Management Plan
HR & ILS Plan
Software Management Plan
Verification & Validation Plan
Operations Plan
Maintenance Plan
Disposal Plan
Heritage Plan
Environmental Plan
Overarching:
Program Management Plan
WBS & Master Schedule
Risk Management Plan
Quality Management Plan

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Business Case
Operational Concept Document
Strategic Plan (Annual, 5 yr and 10 yr)
CAPEX
Functional Performance Specification
Allocated Baseline
Detailed Design Review DDR, Critical
Design Review CDR
Audit Plan
As Built Baseline
Logistic Support
Systems & Assets
IV & V Report
Safety Case & MAE
Operations Plan
Maintenance Plan
RAMS Improvements
Maintenance & Support
Improvements
OPEX Change Needs Baseline