Join us for the AM Council’s Annual Asset Management Symposium, where this year’s theme is “Integrating Asset Management into an Organisation.” This is a must-attend event for professionals seeking to elevate their asset management strategies to new heights. The symposium will delve into the complexities and opportunities of integrated management systems, offering valuable insights into how safety, climate resilience, business continuity, cybersecurity, environmental management systems, and quality systems can be holistically incorporated into an effective asset management framework. Through a rich lineup of industry experts, panel discussions, and case study presentations, you’ll gain actionable knowledge to revolutionize your organization’s approach to asset management. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from the best in the field, network with like-minded professionals, and bring back innovative solutions to your organization.
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This is an in person event only. The cost in Australian dollars to attend is: AMCouncil members $250, non-members $400.
Draft – subject to change Friday 13 October 2023 at Isabella Fraser Room, State Library Victoria Swanston Street MelbourneTheme: Integrating Asset Management into an Organisation
|8:00-9:00am||Registration||Arrival Tea and Coffee|
|SETTING THE SCENE|
|8:45 – 9:00am||Welcome, Housekeeping and Overview of Integrated Asset Management||Rami Affan, Facilitator|
|9:00 – 9:30am||Benefit of integrating management systems. Most common challenges and opportunities in working toward integrating their systems,||Bianca Odrljin (Management Systems Certification Manager – Pacific, Bureau Veritas Australia &NZ|
|9:30am – 10:00am||Comparing Integrated Management systems implementations in several organisations and identification of key elements. Examples of integrated management systems||Michael McLean, Managing Director of McLean Management Consultants Pty Ltd
Tom Carpenter, CEO IQ-AM
|10:00 – 10:30am||Case Study: Integrating Asset Management – the BAE Systems AM journey||Laurie Smith, BAE Systems|
|10:30- 11:00||MORNING TEA|
|Integrated Management systems, Resilience & Sustainability, Environmental, Quality|
|11:00-11:30am||Resilience and Sustainability integration with Asset Management Tips and tricks||Stephen Walker, Leader Asset Strategies, Stantec|
|11:30-12noon||Case Study: Melbourne Water’s Environmental Management System. Integrating ESG Goals into Decision Frameworks for Natural Assets.||Alison Rickard, Senior Asset Manager, Melbourne Water|
|12-12:30pm||Integrating Asset Management in a large contractor/operator business||Donny Yap, GM Strategy, Sustainability & Innovation, Transport, Ventia|
|CASE STUDIES: Facilities Management, Information Management, Safety Management|
|1:30 – 2:00pm||Case Study: Integrating facilities management and asset management in the public sector||Peter Murphy, Assistant Director Asset Management, Court Services|
|2:00-2:30pm||Case Study: Integrating facilities management and asset management in the private sector||Will Ma, Head of Asset Management & Analytics Engineering & Asset Management, Cushman & Wakefield|
|2:30-3:00pm||Case Study: Victorian Department of Health services information management system – integrating information management system with asset management system||Hessam Mohseni, Acting Director Asset Performance & Compliance|
|Integrate AM in Business transformations, Maturity, International approaches|
|3:30-4:00pm||How the integrated asset management system has enabled an organisation to respond with agility through its mergers and acquisitions: a case study .
Driving an integrated asset management approach through an organisational transformation
|Chris Wong, Framework and Knowledge Manager, Downer
David Kramer, Group Manager Assets and Maintenance, Downer
Panel Session: International approaches to Integrated Management systems
|Facilitator: Rami Affan
Panel: Dave Daines, Martin Kerr, Tom Carpenter, John Hardwick
|4:30-4:45pm||CONCLUSION – summary and key takeaways|
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The Data in Asset Management special interest group is writing an interactive guidance document to support asset data management aligning to the Asset Management Capability Delivery Model and Asset Management System Model.
The document is to be written by members for members capturing experiences and sharing stories, tips and tricks to assist practitioners around 10 key themes.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that data strengthens any asset management practice. Quality data is needed to prevent assets from downtime, failures, and the overall management of the asset’s lifecyle. It is therefore an integral part of asset management, particularly in the maintenance and reliability field.