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  • [Case Study] Achieving PAS 55 Alignment +

    Assetivity, an exhibitor at the Asset Management Council's AMPEAK Conference, recently helped CBH align their asset management system (AMS) with the requirements of the PAS 55:2008 standard. CBH sought to develop and improve its Asset Management processes with the aim of establishing “joined up” asset management across both the entire organisation and the entire life cycle of each asset. Below is a case study from the process. 

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  • View all AMPEAK 2015 photos +

    The Asset Management Council recently created their own Facebook page and uploaded all AMPEAK 2015 photos! Everyone is welcome to view the photos and "like" the page by following this link: https://www.facebook.com/amcouncil 

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  • New AM Council Members - 29 June 2015 +

    Please welcome our newest Asset Management Council members...

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  • [Case Study] How Meridium Increased Santos’ Production 7X +

    One of AMPEAK’s exhibitors, Meridium, recently helped Santos increase their production seven-fold. As a global leader in asset performance management (APM) software and services for asset-intensive industries, Meridium provides insights into industrial assets for mitigating risk and improving operational excellence. Below is a case study on how they improved Santos’ production.

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  • JAS-ANZ new requirements for ISO55001 certification +

    Recently, the Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) finalised their Asset Management Systems Scheme (AMS Scheme) in order to provide requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of Asset Management Systems to ISO 55001 specifications (known as Conformity Assessment Bodies or Certification Bodies (CAB’s)). The AMS Scheme was developed in cooperation with the Asset Management Council, and is being made available to Members so that those who are thinking of applying for Certification to ISO55001 clearly understand the obligations of both CAB’s and themselves during the certification process.

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UID2879_sFollowing the Sydney Chapter Annual General Meeting held on 24 February 2011, we are delighted to announce Gary Seabury, National Business Development Manager Rail for John Holland, has been elected as the new Sydney Chapter Chair.

Gary Winsor and David Spiteri were elected to the Sydney Committee; whilst Danny Azavedo and Robert Sloan remain for a further 12 months in their positions as Treasurer and Secretary, respectively.

Learn more about Gary Seabury, Sydney Chapter Chair in this blog article….

A Short Employment Biography: Gary is the National Business Development Manager for John Holland’s Rail Business. In 2010 he developed a winning proposal for John Holland to manage the NSW Country Regional Network which involves asset management and operational management of that major rail network for the next 10 years.

Gary has over 30 years experience in the rail sector and has held executive roles all of which carried a strong focus on the asset management of complex rail networks. Gary has held Chief Executive Officer, General Manager and Non-Executive Director with the Rail Infrastructure Corporation (RIC) and was the Group General Manager, Asset Management at RailCorp.

Gary is a long term member and active supporter of the Asset Management Council. In past roles with RIC, and later RailCorp, Gary has been involved in two successful Asset Management Excellence Awards submissions both of which achieved silver. Gary holds the Asset Management Council Steve Maxwell Leadership Award for his long term leadership in establishing asset management capability in RailCorp and its predecessors.

Gary had the privilege of watching both Steve Maxwell and Jim Kennedy as they developed the basis of asset management in the rail industry more than 20 years ago and has worked to promote the discipline since.

Whilst commencing his career as an engineer Gary has broadened into business with a Masters in Management and completion of Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management program. He is also holds AICD accreditation as a Director. 

Looking Forward to as Chapter Chair: Working with colleagues with a similar passion to define and promote consistent competencies and processes necessary to establish this relatively new discipline. Pursuing education and debate at Board level within organisations on the use of asset management to achieve their objectives.

Areas of interest in Asset Management: My interest lies in the integration of asset management principles into the governance and management of organisations as sound business practice.  Business is driven by a consideration of both risk and reward and for those asset intensive organisations asset management provides the tools necessary to inform such decisions. I believe asset management has been poorly understood in many organisations with most viewing it as a technical area that supports lower level decisions.

Thoughts on an ISO Standard for Asset Management: The development and adoption of international standards provides confidence to clients, stakeholders and the organisations using those standards. Providing such confidence will be an important step in organisations using asset management as a necessary part of achieving their objectives.

 

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