Principles for Resilient Infrastructure Event

For our Sustainability and Resilience in Asset Management special interest group and the Asset Management Council membership more broadly, you may be interested in an upcoming event hosted by UCL, ICE OECD & CDRI on Principles for Resilient Infrastructure - a global standard for the improvement of infrastructure resilience, taking place as an online event on the 25 May.

With the overall intention of raising awareness and understanding on resilience of infrastructure, the objectives of the event will be to present the Principles for Resilient Infrastructure Report, elaborate on the concept of ‘net resilience gain’, illustrate how to implement the Principles for Resilient Infrastructure, and introduce policy instruments and tools for resilient infrastructure (CDRI’s lexicon, OECD’s Good Governance for Critical Infrastructure Resilience and ICE’s knowledge platforms).

For further information and to register for this event, click here.

A special thank you to our volunteers

Unsung heroes! Assets of the Asset Management Council! Whatever the description, there is no doubt that Asset Management Council volunteers are leaders of industry, who volunteer their time to enrich the services and products of the Asset Management Council, for the benefit of the greater asset management community. A heartfelt thank you from us here at the Asset Management Council to all of our wonderful volunteers on this National Volunteers Week.

Upcoming Perth Chapter Government Forum (Hybrid Event) - 25 May 2022

Asset Management in Government Forum - register to attend in person in Perth or dial in online

Join the Asset Management Council Perth Chapter for an update on current developments in government asset management policy and practice and an opportunity to network with government asset management executives and practitioners.

This event is aimed at enabling government agencies to share experience and knowledge related to asset management practice in a state and commonwealth government context. It follows previous successful events showcasing approaches to asset management planning adopted by government agencies and sharing lessons learned. It also provides a forum for government asset management executives and practitioners to network with other agencies outside their portfolios.

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