Events

  • Problem Solving Framework for Asset Management

    Symp Sneak Peek 1Join us on Friday, 4th October for our Implementing Asset Management in Government Symposium. Read on for a sneak peek of just one of the topics that we will be exploring during the day.

  • Process Hazard Analysis

    Ivica Ninic last week presented an introduction to Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) and how it relates to asset management. He discussed the purpose of PHA and provided a brief overview of the key tools used to analyse process hazards. He also took us through a practical application of hazard analysis to ensure the safe and prolonged operation of assets.

  • Register for Perth's Upcoming Intensive!

    On Friday March 27, Perth will host a one-day training intensive that assists participants in developing an Asset Management Plan for their enterprise...
  • Repurposing Sydney's Rocks

    Sydney WiAM 18 October 3 fixOn the 18th October 2018, the NSW Women in Asset Management (WiAM) Special Interest Group hosted its second Sydney Chapter event; Miriam Stacy (Place Management, Property NSW) gave a thoroughly absorbing presentation on the role she and her team plays in repurposing heritage-listed property assets in The Rocks area of Sydney. 

  • Save Over $400 Dollars!

    Early Bird registration for the AMPEAK Asset Management Conference ends soon! Members who register before the 30 April deadline save over $400 dollars on their full conference registration, so make sure to register now before it is too late.

    Also, if you need assistance in drafting a formal letter for your employer as to why AMPEAK attendance would benefit your organization, please find our proposal below...

  • Share your Story

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    Yesterday saw the last of our #assetmanagement in action webinar series for the year. Over the past 8 sessions we've covered #integritymanagement, #decisionsupport, #riskmitigation, #conditionmonitoring, #lifeextension and more! Thanks to all our contributors and attendants - we hope you have found it valuable.

    If you missed out on one or more of these sessions, you can catch up on our AMC TV page here* available for AMCouncil members only, see our affordable membership options here.

    If you have a story to tell or a project to share and fancy presenting at one of next year's webinars, we would love to hear from you! It's an easy way and a great opportunity to be heard in your industry and to share with others the great work you have done or are doing. Please drop us a line at info@amcouncil.com.au

  • Share your Story - Call for Webinar Presenters

    Share Your StoryAn essential service of any association is offering high quality continuing education and learnings to its professional members. As valued members of the Asset Management Council, we invite you to join us in our commitment to deliver relevant and engaging information to those who work in the field of asset management.

  • Shattering the Silos: Collaboration through Asset Management

    IMG 1601Thank you to everyone who attended the inaugural NSW WiAM event 'Shattering the Silos: Collaboration through Asset Management'. We hope you were inspired by the stories you heard and are keen to learn more and get involved with WiAM! We have released two of the night's presentations, one of which contains links to information that will enable you to find out more about the role you play, how to improve your knowledge, and how to shape your organisations' thinking for increased success. Click below for links below to access these presentations.

  • Smart City Infrastructure for the future of Newcastle

    Picture TwoDr Nathanial Bavinton, Smart City Coordinator for the City of Newcastle, last night presented at the Newcastle Chapter's March meeting on A Smart City Infrastructure for the future of Newcastle.

    With Newcastle moving rapidly to adopt smart city technologies as part of the urban revitalisation of the city, Federal and State governments are investing in the vision for infrastructure to enable a range of new approaches to asset management and service delivery, which will position the city as a technology development testbed.

  • Stainless Steel - Stain-less, not Stain-free

    David NicholasAt Newcastle's recent event, David Nicholas, Principal Consultant, Nicholas Corrosion Pty Ltd presented an interesting and engaging presentation on the variations of stainless steels used in domestic and industry applications. 

  • Superior Asset Performance at the AOG Knowledge Forum

    IMG 0574It was a great turn out for the Asset Management’s AOG Knowledge Forum panel discussion on Superior Asset Performanceyesterday. Thanks to the Panel (Julie Harrison, Michael Judd, Neil Clegg, Mark Mackenzie, Kevin McCafferty) and the audience for the great participation. Check out some more pics taken at the event below:

  • Sydney and Digital Engineering

    Sydney 16 May1Sydney chapter had an excellent attendance of 49 to join in a panel discussion on “Digital Engineering in Asset Management” last Thursday.

    The key theme of the discussion was exploring “Why aren’t we using DE for whole of life management of assets yet?”

    An expert panel of practitioners was convened and chaired by Toby Horstead, NSW Lead - Strategic Asset Management, Jacobs and a Director on the Board of Asset Management Council. The panel members were:

  • Sydney celebrates 2018

    Sydney 6 Dec 2Members from the Sydney Chapter met for an informal gathering to celebrate the year and network with colleagues last night. The venue was the historic Summer Hill Hotel located in Sydney’s inner west. Attendees enjoyed a drink and mingle on the outdoor balcony before moving inside for dinner. Everyone was in high spirits and looking forward to a break over the Christmas period prior to embarking on our 2019 program! Photos below.

  • Sydney Chapter Involvement with AEC

    Sydney AEC InvolvementAMCouncil Sydney Chapter was this year invited to assist with the hosting some Field visits (Off-site tours) in conjunction with Engineers Australia’s College of Leadership and Management (CLM) at the Australian Engineering Conference held in Sydney in September.

    One of these was at Garden Island Defence Precinct and included a workshop on the topic of Digital Disruption in Construction in the Department of Defence and the other was at the Sydney Opera House.

  • Sydney Chapter V-Chat

    Sydney V ChatThere’s no need to feel isolated during #shutdown.

    Recently, our Sydney Chapter met for the first V-Chat. What’s a V-Chat, you may well ask? A virtual hook-up for asset management members to connect and network, and keep their asset management brain ticking over. Toby Horstead led an informal session discussing the NSW Stimulus package.

  • Sydney digs deep into Data Mining

    Steven Doran Picture 1Data Mining is one of those topics that conjures up thoughts of modelling a large amount of data without providing significant Asset Management value. Whilst there are a few companies that have invested significant time and energy into modelling a broad range of data to assist in decision making, this does not appaer to be a widespread approach in asset management.

  • Sydney farewells 2017, welcomes 2018

    sydney6dec1Sydneysiders enjoyed a drink or two and a mingle outside on the Habourview Hotel rooftop terrace while looking out to stunning views of the Harbour and the Bridge last night, as they celebrated 2017 coming to a close. It was great to see AMCouncil National Chair, Dave Daines, all the way from Perth, WA, there as a surprise guest.

    Please check out some snaps below, taken through the course of the evening. If you have any of your own to add, please send to heidi.robinson@amcouncil.com.au

  • Sydney gets an overview of ISO55010

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    Sydney Chapter kicked off 2020 with its Annual General Meeting at Ausgrid 24-28 Campbell St, Sydney, followed by a presentation from Martin Kerr on ISO 55010: Asset Management – Guidance on the Alignment of Financial and Non-Financial Functions in Asset Management.

  • Sydney look at Certification under ISO 55001 from the Certifying Auditors Perspective

    IMG 0672George Assaad, a passionate public speaker and expert in in developing, implementing and maintaining management systems for clients across a wide range of industries, engaged our Sydney chapter to be very interested in what some may say could be a dry topic on Certification under ISO 55001 from the Certifying Auditors' Perspectivelast week. The chapter may not have had an as energised audit speaker prior! George made sure that members were across the requirement that It’s ‘their’ decision to make sure that the right Asset Management decisions that are made are in line with the requirements of the ISO 55000 series standards.

  • Sydney looks at BIM Requirements

    pic 1Jim Plume, Director of BuildingSmart Australasia last night presented at the Sydney Chapter's March meeting on Building Information Modelling (BIM) Requirements for Asset Management. With the focus of BIM being most heavily associated with the initial stages of an asset's life the audience were curious to see what BIM offers for the duration of its life. Living and changing requirements were presented as the 'DNA' which must be the thread through the whole life cycle and be open information to all relevant stakeholders.