July 5, 2020, 12:53 pm


Reliability in Supply - 4 Things Supply Can Do to Assure Asset Reliability

This is the fifth instalment in an 8-part series relating to Reliability Improvement in asset-intensive organisations.  In this article we will explore:

  • How Purchasing Managers, Stores Managers and storespeople impact on equipment reliability, and
  • Areas that stores and purchasing personnel and their managers can focus on to improve equipment reliability.

Welcome to Chika who joins Assetivity to take part in our Summer Vacation Programme

Chika Onyeogaziri joins Assetivity for 12 weeks

Assetivity’s Summer Vacation Programme is a paid opportunity for engineering students to gain some practical experience, build networks and expand their CVs.



Assetivity Perth office welcomes new Senior Consultants

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Utsah Dubey (left) and Paul Hamill  - Assetivity's newest team members

Assetivity is pleased to welcome two new high calibre consultants to our expert team. Utsah Dubey and Paul Hamill bring a wealth of specialist knowledge and diverse experience to Assetivity.

Utsah Dubey

Utsah is an engineering professional with over 10 years of experience in the field of reliability engineering, maintenance management, manufacturing and consultancy services within mineral processing, automobile and HVAC industries. Utsah has worked with a diverse range of organisations including Mitsubishi, BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Daikin and many more.

Within Australia, his professional experience includes implementation of Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS), facilitation of Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) workshops and implementation and optimisation of Maintenance Programs within Fixed, Mobile and Rail Assets.

Utsah was a member of the Internal Audit Team for QA system ISO/TS16949 and has lead teams for continuous improvement projects within manufacturing environments.

Utsah is passionate to share and grow his knowledge and skills in Asset Management and Business Improvement.

Utsah likes to play cricket and badminton. He loves to spend his leisure time with friends and family, and running after his young son.

Paul Hamill

Paul is an engineering professional with over 25 years experience in maintenance and reliability engineering at all levels up to senior management.  He has experience developing and implementing Asset Management and Maintenance Strategies across a diverse range of industry sectors with experience managing a Business Improvement team in Western Australia that supports the delivery of Operational Readiness, Asset Management, Operational Excellence and Improvement projects across WA.

Paul served with the Royal Navy for 9 years as a Marine Engineering Artificer and has operational and maintenance experience of complex marine systems including gas and steam turbines, diesel generators and steam boilers. He was qualified as Engineering Officer of the Watch taking full responsibility of the propulsion plant on a rotating watch. 

Paul has worked with leading blue chip industries including BHP, Tronox, Rio Tinto, Billiton Mitsubushi, Alcoa and many more, and looks forward to applying his wealth of experience in assisting consulting clients in his new role with Assetivity.








Great feedback for Perth training: "Excellent presentation and knowledge."

lucas training

Lucas conducted the RCM & PMO for Team Members training course in Perth this week and received outstanding feedback.

Participants consistently scored the course highly, based on the instructor's presentation skill, their ability to engage with them, responsiveness to questions and group discussion, and knowledge of the subject matter.

The quality of course material, relevance of the course content their role, and satisfaction with new skills and knowledge learnt was also consistently high.

As one participant stated, "Lucas is highly motivated and has a good knowledge of the subject. Kept the group engaged during the whole training session."


Assetivity Community Volunteer Day: Supporting Foodbank’s mission to reduce food waste and fight hunger

Assetivity volunteering at Foodbank


Assetivity had a thoroughly rewarding day volunteering in the Foodbank warehouse

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Foodbank is a conduit between the food industry’s surplus food and the welfare sector, distributing food to the needy. They rescue surplus food and groceries from farmers, manufacturers and retailers and distribute it to charities and community groups who then use it to help people in need.

The efficiency and minimisation of waste behind this idea is very much aligned with Assetivity's values - we hate waste! A driving force behind our consulting philosophy is to develop systems and processes that promote efficiency and reduce waste - whether it be waste of food, waste of time, wasteful systems, or waste of the earth’s resources.


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