SIRF Industrial Maintenance Roundtable Asset Management 2020 and beyond

SIRF Industrial Maintenance Roundtable Asset Management 2020 and beyond

SIRF Industrial Maintenance Roundtable
Asset Management 2020 and beyond
12th April 2018

Country ClubCompanies invest considerably each year in maintaining their assets to deliver reliability, ensure safety, quality and competitiveness. The ISO 55000 standard defines Asset Management as the coordinated activity of an organisation to realise value from assets. So what are companies proactively working on to manage their assets for 2020 and beyond ?

iso5500 elements of asset managementThe standard also defines elements of asset management as the Context, Leadership, Planning, Support, Operation, Performance evaluation and improvement. Many organisations are working actively on many of these. However, Asset managers, Maintenance and Engineering managers and their work teams face often a constant barrage of challenges and balancing of priorities. Which can easily get caught up in just dealing with the now, without an eye on the future and what they need to be doing in asset management to get them there

The world of managing assets has changed considerably with development of
new innovative, advanced techniques and approaches that can not only tackle todays challenges but make a significant difference for setting up for the future,

What are companies doing in Asset management to set them selves up for 2020 and beyond to not only secure their future but also provide their business a competitive edge?

This roundtable (mini conference) is a chance to share and learn from others in best practice in Asset Management.
The subjects cover a wide range of topics with excellent presentations and includes also a Roundtable discussion making this Roundtable meeting one definitely not to miss !

Presenters :
Sandy Dunn, Managing Director of Assetivity Asset Management Consultants, presenting on what companies should be working on for asset management 2020 and beyond with ISO5500 as frame work
Hydro Tasmania
James Porter, Asset Management Assurance Manager and Scott Geappen, Maintenance Manager at Hydro Tasmania presenting on using processes and data to make better and more collective asset management decisions
Bell Bay Aluminium
Stuart Carlile, Maintenance Superintendent at Bell Bay Aluminium (BBA) presenting on Asset management strategies across multiple sites to provide frame work to make the right decisions
Presentation by Hayden Thorp, Reliability Superintendent on Managing equipment Life Cycle and making Asset Repair vs Replace decisions
Mark Rippon, Engineer Treatment Asset Performance and Matt Jordan, Manager of Network Asset Performance will present on Data visualisation of performance and utilisation of intelligent monitoring
Roundtable Discussion
We will have the chance to share and be part of discussions with your peers from the many other companies present on their approach on asset management
Peter McKeown, Technical Director at Audicas, will provide practical advice on setting-up and running Audit/Inspection programs through three case studies. Asset management depends on high-quality data and regular inspections are often legislative or contractual requirement.

Come along and be part of what will be a great event. This is an opportunity to hear presentations and be part of discussions on asset management. Come hear from organisations proactively working on aspects of asset management for 2020 and beyond.

This should be a good chance to network with your peers and find out what others in the best practice and beyond space are doing.

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Venue: Launceston Casino - Country Club Tasmania.
Country Club Ave, Prospect Vale TAS,Launceston,Tasmania
Launceston Country club

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‘Roundtable’ (Rt) Roundtable Events are for senior and middle management and specialists looking to learn from and discuss with peers issues they are facing in and around their field of excellence. Speakers at this Roundtable Event will discuss topics around the Asset Management   Agenda
Arrive at 8:30 for 9:00 start
Opening presentation
Morning Tea
Wrap Up

Who Should Attend:   Asset managers, Maintenance and Engineering  Managers, Planners, Team leaders, supervisors, Reliability Engineers, Reliability team members and anyone interested in Asset Management for the future
Date:   Thursday April 12th, 2018
Time:   Arrive at 8:30 for a 9:00 am start, finishing at 15:30
Address:   Country Club Ave, Prospect Vale, Launceston,Tasmania
Investment:   No Charge for Members
Dress:   Casual Dress
Special Note:   None
For Inquiries Contact:
Alain Le Bon
Brian Niven
0439 612 620
0439 612 609



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