Tag: Asset Maintenance

Infrastructure

What are the benefits of adhering to ISO 5500X if it is not mandatory?

The Asset Management & Maintenance Conference 2014 is just two weeks away and includes a cross-industry approach to managing and maintaining assets. The speaker line-up includes, Dr Reyhaneh Hesami, Yarra Trams, Adrian Rowland, Tigerair, Stewart Bell, Powerlink and Michael Mason, Auckland Transport. Please view the full program here.Key speakers will take part in a panel…

4 Sep 2014, by Informa Australia

Infrastructure

Transport & Logistics

The benefits and challenges of ISO 5500X

Peter Kohler, Principal Instructor at The Asset Management College and AMBoK Commissioner at AM Council will be speaking at the Asset Management & Maintenance Conference, taking place in Brisbane on 16th and 17th September.We had the chance to speak with Peter recently about the benefits and challenges of ISO 5500X.Do you think the journey to…

4 Sep 2014, by Informa Australia

Transport & Logistics

A more collective approach is required for rail asset management

On the 23rd June 2014, the inaugural RISSB's Rail Asset Management workshop was held in Sydney in front of broad range of industry. There was representation from rail operators, asset owners, constructors, consultants, suppliers and government which provided a real balance to the day. The workshop looked into various aspects of Asset Management. The morning sessions covered…

30 Jul 2014, by Informa Australia

Transport & Logistics

Managing port maintenance costs

Is it necessary to sweat port assets for efficient functioning and greater productivity -or is there a more effective way to maintain equipment? We spoke to Tony Saker, Managing Director of UMS Group Asia Pacific to see if this is the best option for local ports.  Sweating port assets and equipment was recently discussed in…

31 Oct 2013, by Informa Australia