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.

We can help you get started.

We would love to have the opportunity to understand the challenges that you are facing and help you to achieve your goals.

An obligation-free discussion with one of our consultants is a great place to start, and you may even receive some tips or advice that you can take back to your workplace and implement straight away.

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.

Our asset management articles

What does a good asset management strategy look like?

In this article, we offer a detailed example of what a good asset management strategy may look like in the context of ISO 55000 and ISO 55001.

Asset management strategy vs. Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP)…

Let’s explore an approach that will generate a Strategic Asset Management Plan that is useful and usable, using the ISO 55001 and ISO 55002 standards.

The vital importance of asset management objectives

Let’s discuss the vital role that asset management objectives play in the asset management planning process. Without clear asset management objectives, you risk taking your organisation in the wrong…

Meeting asset management stakeholder needs and expectations

ISO 55001 places great emphasis on making sure that an organisation’s asset management system meets the needs and expectations of its stakeholders. Let’s discuss why this is important.

How do I become an Asset Management Assessor?

To become a certified ISO 55001 auditor you need to meet the competences outlined in ISO 17021-5:2013 – Part 5: Competence requirements for auditing and certification of asset management…

ISO 55010, what’s it about?

Finance is an integral part of Asset Management. Value can be financial or non-financial, and achieving the balance between these requires coordination across an organisation.

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