Asset Performance Management (APM) is about setting up the chain in such a way that performance becomes measurable and that these asset (system) performance can be translated into performance of the individual parts / installations of the system. In the reverse order the same principle applies, so that the performance of the individual components / installations can be abstracted to the performance of the system / network as a whole.
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To properly implement and use asset management standards, methods, techniques and tools, professionals with the right applicable competencies are needed.
To achieve this, AMC T&T has developed a balanced training program that seamlessly meets the needs. By making use of a digital learning environment containing the complete set of instruments, the required knowledge and skills are taught effectively.
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This module deals with a practical approach to qualifying and quantifying the necessary ‘actor performance’ and their relationships with stakeholders, such as customers and implementers. The goal is to create a logical and effective logistical process structure.
The module starts with the elaboration of different activity diagrams (simple process models) in group sessions. The considerations and results are then discussed in plenary sessions. With the experiences gained then, it is possible to structure a complete logistics process model that can serve as a basis during the entire life cycle of an asset.
Asset Management Information (AMI) focuses purely on being able to better manage and keep accessible all forms of ‘asset’ information during the entire life cycle of that one or more assets. For complex capital goods (assets), AMI already starts at the preliminary study phase. For example, by storing alternatives at system level that have been tested against the global usage plan. This may show that the requirements must be redefined through a revision of the operational needs. For example, lifetime cost estimates are often drawn up for each alternative. Ultimately, at this stage, a large part of the principles for maintenance are already laid down at system level.
All this information is often acquired as a valuable investment, because it makes an essential contribution to the ultimate cost-effectiveness of the asset concerned over the entire life cycle.
AMI therefore plays a crucial role in the exploitation of assets such as:
Various forms of information management are discussed within this module in order to arrive at a transparent and consistent information provision. Attention is paid to the way in which new but also existing information can be stored immediately in such a way that it is easy to manage and consult.
This module is based on the knowledge that the competencies of a group of employees are many times greater than those of each individual. It is acknowledged that it is then necessary to recognize the qualities of each other. This module discusses what a team must meet and how to achieve that in order to achieve the desired results. For this, self-managing teams and their processes will be discussed.
The following components are discussed:
Support usually consists of advice, IT Engineering and support with implementations.
With this, a specific customer need is filled in and often tailor-made solutions are provided following a generic asset management implementation in accordance with ISO 55000.
In the context of Asset Performance Management (APM), exploratory studies have been carried out for various organizations, in particular the question of how asset management (AM) can best be combined with performance management (PM).
All stakeholders are involved by phasing this as follows:
IT Engineering support can consist of:
Implementation support can consist of: