Integrated Physical Asset Management

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Extracting the maximum usage in the short term from assets, while ignoring the signals of an ‘asset in distress’ multiplies maintenance and repair cost increases.

Date:

November 8, 2017

 

Closing Date for registrations:

30 October 2017

Course Venue:

Centurion Country Club, Centurion

Cost:

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R 7950 excluding VAT

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Course Objectives

Extracting the maximum usage in the short term from assets, while ignoring the signals of an ‘asset in distress’ multiplies maintenance and repair cost increases.

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8 & 9 November 2017 Guateng

A robust, integrated asset management system is the only way to ensure that:

  • Service delivery and production managers have confidence in production capacity, product quality, cost of production and company image.
  • Future refurbishment and replacement costs are predictable; the way in which assets contribute to company results can be maximised.
  • Asset integrity and, therefore, value is preserved. Maximum return can be extracted from the initial capital outlay.
  • Staff can re-discover how they can visibly contribute to an organisation’s success. Collaboration is promoted and the results are clearly visible in asset availability, plant appearance and production consistency.

This interactive facilitation shows you where the real value drivers are in IPAM.

You will learn

  • Provide an authorative physical asset management system road-map to allow managers to successfully embark on a controlled asset management improvement programme., Provide a full-spectrum overview of the physical asset lifecycle management phases, with the key elements of the asset management system shown in its proper context., Present physical asset lifecycle management as a single, coherent management system model., Reference the International Standard ISO 55000 (SANS 55000) in order to meet compliance requirements and to highlight the implications of non-compliance.

Who should attend

  • Contract Managers, Procurement and Supply Chain Managers, Supplier Relationship Managers, Senior Buyers, Cross-functional team members, Commercial Specialists, Commodity Managers, Category Manager, Sourcing Managers

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