Win a free ticket to the Digital Infrastructure Symposium

enterThis one day Symposium is jam-packed full of digital infrastructure insights and will benefit anyone from an asset intensive sector - and we're giving you the opportunity to win a free ticket valued at $450.

This one-day symposium, which is being held in Melbourne on Friday, 17th November 2017, will feature 12 first-class speakers sharing their invaluable knowledge of best practice solutions and key challenges affecting industries using digital infrastructure.

To see the program at a glance, visit here. Like, share and comment on our symposium social media posts to go into the draw to win a free ticket to the 2017 Symposium. Competition closes 5pm, 10 November 2017. Click below for terms and conditions.

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The Value of Asset Management - Video

TheValueofAMpemacConferenceJHardwickScreenShotThe Value of Asset Management was the topic of John Hardwick’s Keynote presentation at the recent MainTrain 2017 PEMAC Conference held in Saskatoon, Canada during late September 2017.  John Hardwick is the AMCouncil representative at the GFMAM and past member of AMCouncil Board and was attending the PEMAC conference as a representative of AMCouncil.  Invest 50 minutes of your time to hear the recorded speech

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Digital Infrastructure Symposium - Register Now!

DigitalInfrastructureSymposiumAdvertBlogDon't miss out on our upcoming Digital Infrastructure Symposium. The one day event is selling fast, only $350 for members and $450 for non-members. Discover more and register today   https://goo.gl/6FMdmw

This one day Symposium is jam-packed full of digital infrastructure insights and will benefit anyone from an asset intensive sector. Join 12 first-class speakers as they share their invaluable knowledge of best practice solutions and key challenges affecting industries using digital infrastructure.

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Back to Basics with Shutdown Planning

BLOG 11Discover how the so-called process industry has often used shutdown or turnaround procedure to carry out intensive maintenance work while stopping production. We venture back through time to the 1950s to compare aspects of annual shutdowns then and now.

A personal account revealing the history behind the planning of annual overhaul work in the process industry, from the first step in the management cycle to the last: Planning - Organising - Leading - Controlling. Discover how these functions form a never-ending cycle, where there is never-ending room for improvement.

Read more here. (This content is available for members only, see our affordable membership options here.)