Maintenance Work Management

The purpose of this series is to introduce some common language and understanding around maintenance work management in the first session and then take a deep dive into different industries and asset types over the next four sessions. The goal is to share information and knowledge less commonly presented in the standard higher-level webinars, while each discussion will by no means explore all aspects of work management in each industry it will be full of interesting discussions and learnings that will raise our collective knowledge as Asset Management professionals.

A General Overview to Work Management

Allan Little, Project Lead РRMA Major Maintenance Recovery, Rio Tinto, and Lachlan MacLean, Senior Specialist Lead, Deloitte 

A high level overview of maintenance work management. What is it? How is it applied? And what common terminology is used?

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Fixed Plant

Allan Little, Project Lead – RMA Major Maintenance Recovery, Rio Tinto; and David Moore, Manager Planning & Shutdowns, Cement Australia

Explores the nuances and challenges of work management around fixed processing plants in both the Alumina and Cement industries.

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Mobile Plant

Shane Scriven, Managing Director, SAS Asset Management; and Lachlan MacLean, Senior Specialist Lead, Deloitte

Explores the nuances and challenges of work management around mobile plant across a range of industries including mining, rail, defence, and highway trucks.

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Ports and Rail

Alex Payne-Billard, Lead Engineer – Rail and Mass Transit, Aurecon; and Claire Felber, Specialist Maintenance Improvement – Ports, Rio Tinto

Explores the nuances and challenges of work management around ports and the rail infrastructure that feeds them.

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Transport Infrastructure

Mary Irwin-Davies, Service Delivery Lead – Education, Ventia; and Dr Allen Tam, Technical Director, Engineering & Asset Management, DB Engineering & Consulting

Explores the nuances and challenges of work management around the transport infrastructure we all use daily.

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