Take the first step towards enhanced asset management practices.
Frequently, the starting point on an asset management improvement journey is to obtain a clear understanding of the level of asset management maturity and performance that currently exists. Asset management maturity assessments also are valuable in tracking progress towards your desired goal – whether this is full certification against the requirements of ISO 55001, or alignment with some or all of the good practices contained within that standard.
Endorsements and certification
We are an Institute of Asset Management (IAM) endorsed assessor. Selecting an IAM endorsed assessor provides you with assurance that we are a reputable assessment provider delivering relevant, high quality asset management assessments using knowledgeable assessors. In our case, all of our assessors hold current Certified Asset Management Assessor (CAMA) qualifications from World Partners in Asset Management (WPiAM).
How to get started
We can provide you with an assessment of your asset management maturity against both ISO 55001 and the 39 subjects within the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM) Asset Management Landscape. These assessments use a structured approach that complies with the ISO 19011 auditing standard, and will provide you with objective, impartial, consistent and repeatable results. We are also happy to tailor the scope of the assessment to meet any specific needs you may have.
The key resulting assessment will give you a clear picture of how you compare with good asset management practice. We will also work with you to develop a roadmap (and where agreed, a detailed implementation plan) for asset management improvement. This will be specifically designed to fit your unique situation and will include practical recommendations that can be readily implemented and which deliver real business value. To find out more about our capabilities in this area, feel free to view the case studies below, or contact us for an obligation-free discussion.
Related case studies
Strategic asset management for City West Water
We assisted City West Water to develop their initial Strategic Asset Managment Plan, and align with the Asset Management Accountability Framework.
Capital risk based budgeting for City West Water
We assisted City West Water to demonstrate the financial risk associated with asset condition and pending asset failure, giving them a clear 5-year plan.
Ready to assess your asset management maturity?
We can provide you with an assessment of your asset management maturity against both ISO 55001 and the 39 subjects within the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM) Asset Management Landscape.
To find out more about our capabilities in this area, feel free to view the case studies above, or contact us for an obligation-free discussion.
Our asset management training courses
As an Institute of Asset Management (IAM) endorsed assessor, you can be assured that we have the skills and experience to provide you and your workforce with enhanced capability in asset management.
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