- Attendance at Chapter Technical Meetings
- Copy of our journal, The Asset Journal,
- Local Chapter Newsletters, information and
- Participation in your local Chapter, eligibility
to vote and to be elected to office.
- CP Eng post nominal credits (via Engineers
Asset Management Council Information Guide
The next stakeholder survey will be opened in the coming weeks. We will notify you via email when it is online so you can go into the draw to win a $200 JB HiFi voucher just by filling it out!
We always want to know what you think, and how we can improve our products and services to better suit the asset management community. Keep an eye out for the AM Council Stakeholder Survey, and have your say!
- The Asset Management Council Team
The AM Council Document Search is a huge resource, with over 800 technical papers and other material available. It allows users access to a wide range of asset management related discourse.
How to use it:
1. On the AM Council website, on the menu on the right hand side, click the AM Council icon under ‘Search Technical Documents’.
AMPEAK 2014 presentations are now available to members and 2014 delegates on the Member Zone of the Asset Management Council website!
Log in (here), then on the left menu - under Documents - select Member Zone. From there, select Conference Presentations, then AMPEAK Asset Management Conference Perth 2014 Presentations.
Under AMPEAK Asset Management Conference Perth 2014 Presentations all authorised presentations are listed.
Thank you to all speakers who were able to make their presentations available.
The June Exchange Weekend was held on Saturday 31st May and Sunday 1st June at Crown Convention Centre, Perth for all AM Council office bearers. Below is a brief report from the Chapter Chairs, Advisors and Commissioners, the AMBoK Team and the Board on the outcomes of the weekend.
The Asset Management Council’s AMBoK Commissioner, Peter Kohler, is speaking at Asset Management and Maintenance Conference, 16 – 17 September, Brisbane Convention Centre.
Asset Management Council Members are being offered a 20% discount off the full conference price for the Asset Maintenance and Management Conference!
Take advantage of this 20% discount: log on to the Member Zone to access the discount code.
The two-day conference will address essential areas of concern for many of Australia’s heavy industries. It will also be a great networking platform, as it will run alongside the COMADEM conference and exhibition at the Brisbane Convention Centre.
Key conference topics include:
Sharpen your knowledge, develop your skills and gain a competitive edge with the Asset Management Council.
The Asset Management Council offers a range of certifications, courses and events to support your professional development.
The Asset Management Council has launched a procedure called Project Submission and Approval Process. The purpose of the Project Submission and Approval Process is to create a filter that allows projects with certain specifications to pass to the implementation phase.
The Project Submission and Approval Process is a systematic method to process and evaluate project initiatives presented for consideration. Through the process each project initiative will be tested against a number of criteria. If the project passes these criteria, it will then move to the next phase, where another set of criteria are in place. These criteria could include risk, finance, alignment with Asset Management Council strategy, priority, potential outcomes, etc.
AMBoK Publication 000: Framework for Asset Management, Second Edition presents an intellectual framework and context through which asset management information can be developed and universally understood, whilst providing opportunities for both individuals and organisations to build their asset management capabilities.
The Framework for Asset Management, Second Edition provides the asset management community with a concise picture of the principles, concepts and processes of asset management, including emphasis on the key roles of stakeholders, leadership, culture and asset management maturity. It is the interaction of the tangible and intangible aspects of an organisation that can produce asset management maturity and excellence, and therefore the biggest benefit for organisational efforts.
Asset Management Improvement Plan (AMIP), Improved Sustaining Capex Portfolio (SCP) and Industry panel for ISO55000 organised by Asset Management Council (AM Council) Brisbane Chapter was a huge success, say Dr. Gopi Chattopadhyay, Chair of Brisbane Chapter. This event was organised by a vibrant Brisbane Chapter committee on 14th May 2014, Hawken Auditorium, Engineers Australia. The evening was chaired and MC’d by Gopi Chattopadhyay.