Asset Management: Transitioning to a Pro-active Maintenance Environment

Asset Management is often viewed as a complex discipline, requiring significant data, systems and practices to be able to make any form of improvement around reliable asset and service delivery performance. Often a top-down strategic approach is seen as the panacea of all asset management problems. This webinar will take a more simplistic bottom-up operational approach to asset management.

Topics covered

  • Establishing your organisation’s current asset baseline to measure performance and service reliability.
  • Mapping the relationship between levels of service, asset maintenance care practices, and service reliability and performance.
  • Identifying opportunities to start the transition to a more pro-active management approach.
  • Analysis techniques to help make the transition in your organisation to a pro-active maintenance environment.

Who should attend?

This webinar provides an introduction for those new to Asset Management.

No knowledge of the topics is assumed; participants with prior experience may find the webinar useful to refresh and extend their knowledge.

The QTC Education Program is only available to Queensland Public Sector Employees (this includes employees of the Queensland Government, Queensland government departments, local governments, statutory corporations, and other entities to the extent they have an association or are related to the State of Queensland) and QTC employees. By registering for a workshop or webinar, you acknowledge that you are a Queensland Public Sector Employee. QTC/UQ reserves the right to unenroll any person that is not a Queensland Public Sector Employee or QTC employee from any workshop or webinar in the Education Program. If you are unenrolled from a workshop or webinar you will be entitled to receive a full refund of any workshop fees paid.

Webinar facilitator

Liam Stitt

UQ Business School

Liam holds professional qualifications in Mechanical Engineering, and trade certificates in mechanical, auto-electric, hydraulic and refrigeration disciplines.

Liam has undertaken University professional development courses in Marketing and Logistics, as well as Project Management, and has completed a Masters in Change Management and Innovation, is a Fellow of the Supply Chain and Logistics Association in Australia and is a Member of the Australians Institute of Project Management.

In 2009, Liam was appointed a founding member of the Queensland Governments newly established Queensland Transport and Logistics Council. UQ Business School has recently appointed Liam Stitt as an industry Fellow and sits as a council member of the Lean Construction Institute Australasia in Queensland.

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Online On demand Complimentary 50 minutes N/A
Asset Management
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