Establishes the EAM vision, defines
asset management strategies and supporting policies, communicates,
establishes and manages programs of initiatives, establishes priorities
for and resources these initiatives as projects. Governance processes
establish appropriate performance indicators to measure progress toward
the vision and monitor progress of projects, the overall program, and
compliance with policies ensuring operational management take
appropriate steps to enforce compliance.
Budgeting and Financial Control
Defines how finances are planned, controlled and improved upon for asset management functions.
Engineering Change Management
Defines how configuration items are
identified, verified, audited, and how change is initiated, evaluated,
executed, closed out and records updated.
Defines how asset performance is
assessed to ensure those assets are operated in the most efficient
manner. Information derived will allow operations and maintenance teams
to make sound decisions, thus improving operational performance,
increasing asset availability/utilization and ultimately driving
business value and real financial returns.
Defines how reliability is planned, controlled and improved throughout the asset life cycle.
Program and/or Project Management
Defines how projects are initiated,
planned, scheduled, executed, controlled and closed out either as
discrete projects or within the context of enduring programs which are
also established, managed and closed out. Project management covers a
wide range of project types from maintenance projects such as
turnarounds (shuts), expansion and decommissioning to acquisition
projects. Programs are enduring, and sustain the attainment of long
term company objectives and typically include programs such as: planned
maintenance, shutdown, modernisation, and asset management excellence
Work Management (including Maintenance Planning and Scheduling)
Defines how work is identified and authorised, planned, scheduled, executed, and closed out when completed.
Through Life Support Management
We define Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) as the most appropriate management of physical assets (plant, equipment and facilities) in pursuit of company objectives.
EAM considers the contribution assets make toward company objectives and establishes strategies, policies and practices which assure the development and retention of cost effective capabilities over the life of the requirement. The effective application of EAM is reliant upon the integration of business functions and collaboration of departments, particularly: operations, maintenance, supply, human resources, and finance. It comprises all those activities which acquire, install, commission, support, and dispose of a businesses physical assets. The best asset management practices ensure that respective asset types are afforded appropriate management effort, providing affordable capability in accordance with their business criticality, and are available over the course of their planned asset life.
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