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Implementing Asset and Facility Management (IFMAM Workshop 1)

Date: 15 October 2018 - 19 October 2018
Course ID: ADDS141/2018
Duration: 5 Days
Fee US$ - VAT is not included: 6500 US$
Venue: Barcelona / Spain
Category: Maintenance and Operation, Asset and Facility Management

Introduction:

Asset management is vitally important for all capital intensive industries which rely on cost effective and trouble free operation of their plant and equipment. Such management system will take place for right dialogue between cross functional groups such as new project, commissioning, operation & maintenance is necessary so that joined up thinking takes place and the life cycle costs of assets are minimized. So, in this course will help to give focus on the drive to improve management practices by presenting standards, methodologies and guidance how to set up good asset management as per ISO 55001. As well this course will help the participants in developing delegate’s skills in managing facility staff and corporate assets while minimizing risk exposure in the workplace. As the Facilities Management (FM) function continues to evolve, this course offers the latest thinking in the profession, right balance between asset performance (functionality, availability, reliability, safety), and will tackle specific issues encountered on the ground and apply best practices in discussing real solutions. In addition to the two main subject, this course will aware the participants with Maintenance Management Best Practices which are critical for every successful individual and company, and it will cover all the fundamentals of Maintenance Management that a suitably qualified professional would be expected to carry out during his duty starting with the first steps and building up in a stair case fashion to a fully functional maintenance organization. This course will feature:

1. The asset management system, organization & risk-based framework specified in PAS 55 & ISO 55000 series

2. Life cycle costing advantages and issues

3. Asset policies & strategies derived from the business plan

4. Formulating effective asset management plans and ensuring that they are carried out

5. Continuous improvement and the learning organization

6. Proper knowledge of the basic principles of facilities management

7. How to apply best practices according to several norms

8. Understanding how to operate and maintain facilities as a “business within a business”

9. Sharing of facilities management experience

10. Insights regarding current state of facilities management processes and possibilities to improve them

Objectives:

 Provide a step-by-step guide to Asset Management best practices (as part of PAS 55 & ISO 55000).

 Understand best practice techniques for achieving effective asset management.

 Discuss & learn the practical application of these best practices, through case studies & exercises.

 Understand the range of technical & human risks associated with asset management & how they can be mitigated.

 Develop an action plan to utilize these technologies in their own areas of responsibility, fitting them into the overall asset management strategy, and measuring benefits.

 Understand the basics of facilities managemen This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit professionals in different branches who are involved in any aspect of asset management, facility management, and Maintenance Management.

 Project, Design & Maintenance Management

 Maintenance & Reliability Engineering

 Operations

 Technical & Quality Support

 Consulting

 Professionals who are responsible for the management, operation and maintenance of facilities (buildings, production facilities, utilities, power and water distributions networks landscaping, etc.)

 Professionals aiming to update themselves on the basic elements, best practices and implementation aspects of facilities management.

Who should attend:

This course will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. It is composed in such a way that it can be held for all professionals involved in managing or implementing asset management processes. It is conducted along course principles with formal lectures and many interactive exercises. Relevant case studies illustrate the application of each subject in an operations environment and each learning point will be re-enforced with practical exercises. There will be many opportunities for discussion and sharing experiences.

Daily Outlines:

Module One: Asset Management Duration: 5 days Day One: Introduction to Asset Management & Strategy Framework

 The business impact of asset & maintenance management

 Asset Management process model & strategy framework

 Asset Strategy - Asset Management Policy, Asset Management Strategy, Asset Management Plan

 Asset Management roles

 Differences between PAS55 & ISO 55000 series & the Assessment & certification: PAM & SAM

 Self-assessment tool Day Two: In Control of Risk

 Identification & assessment of risk

 Risk management: Risk Matrix, Risk Register & Hazard Log

 Safety Management System & Contingency Planning

 Stakeholder analysis – stakeholder risks

 Risk based maintenance concept Day Three: Life Cycle Management

 Life cycle of an asset

 Creation and acquisition of assets: demand forecasting, asset portfolio evaluation

 Procurement Aspects

 Systems Engineering & RAMS Specification: Operational & maintenance workflow

 Renewal, disposal and lifetime extension of assets Day Four: Asset Information Management

 Asset information requirements: Asset data & knowledge, Asset knowledge standards

 Using asset management information: Asset information strategy, Stakeholder acknowledgment

 (Key) Performance Indicators

 Specifications, selection, selection & use of asset information systems & tools

 Asset knowledge system & procedures; data collection, storage, dissemination & maintenance Day Five: Financial & Business Impact

 Cash flow & Budgeting

 Life Cycle Costing principles

 Asset Management planning: long term investment plan / long term maintenance plan (MIP/MJO)

 Change management

 Competency framework

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