Helping industry in Gippsland boost their business

Delegates after the networking session

An AMCouncil supported seminar at Federation University Australia’s Gippsland campus was recently held to bring together representatives from local industries to learn new ways to strengthen their business. The Asset Management Workshop hosted by the School of Science, Engineering and Information Technology on 28th November 2019 was a houseful event with more than forty delegates in person and online. The event focused on helping businesses to reduce the cost of operational maintenance, reduce the risk of failures and further enhance the performance of assets.

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Perth crowns 2019 WA Asset Management Guru of the Year

3A great turn out to the Perth Chapter event last week and a tremendous amount of support for up and coming young asset management practitioners (YAMP) into the industry. Thanks to Work Management Solutions for sponsoring the event, and a special mention to the following YAMP contributors who shared their industry experiences and challenges within asset management to date from a personal perspective: Ugur Azak; Abei Ding; Jorge Preciado; Mitchell Khaw; and Elizabeth White.

Discussed by the panel was:

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Adelaide on the practical application of risk in AM decision making

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Thanks to Gary Penn from Aurecon and Mark Dragar from CutlerMerz for their insightful presentations on risk at the November Asset Management Council Adelaide Chapter event last week. Thanks also to all who have turned up to this years Adelaide Chapter events. Thanks also to the Adelaide Chapter committee members in helping make this year a good year and looking forward to working together in developing next years calendar.

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Brisbane continues their exploration of asset management development

86297AC5 63C7 4E9F BF06 71853458ADBFThursday saw the last Technical seminar for 2019 for the Brisbane Chapter, the session was focused on the heart of any Asset management System, and that is the people. With two eminent speakers in Dr Monique Beedles and Yvonne Pengilly, the audience were provided with many thought provoking points ranging from career development and competencies to the requirements of being a register Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ) and the associated interaction with Asset Management activities. The opportunity was also taken to outline the AMCouncil strategy for 2020-2023.

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