ISO AM 55000 Series Standards Implementation Webinar Series
A two-part webinar series on the steps involved in implementing the ISO 55000 AM Standards into organisations Asset Management processes.
The webinars will provide 12 months access to IPWEA self-assessment tools to assist in monitoring alignment and progress on such implementation.
2 x 60 minute webinar package
Webinar Series Objectives
- Live & interactive webinars so you can ask questions
- Have access to the IPWEA Maturity Assessment Framework against ISO 55001
- Attend live and/or recorded sessions
- Certificate of attendance issued on completion
- Appropriate use of the Standards based on organisational requirements and possible conformity assessments
- How best to pursue the ‘How To’ of implementing the ‘What to do’ that is inherent in the Standards (by using the many IPWEA tools and resources)
- Application of the IPWEA Maturity Assessment Framework to test alignment for the organisation against ISO 55001.
- Why it might be beneficial to apply the ISO AM Standards (or not)
- If so, how best to go about implementation (e.g., using the IIMM)
- How does the organisation currently align with the Standards requirements - using the IPWEA online maturity assessment tools
- How to use the maturity assessment and risk management to drive continuous improvement.
- ISO 55000
- Benefits of Asset Management and Terminology
- Who should use the Standards and why - IPWEA Policy etc
- Using IIMM Supplement and other IPWEA resources for implementation
- Introducing IPWEA ISO 55001 Maturity assessment framework.
- Application of the ISO 55001 Maturity assessment framework
- Utilising risk management aspects of the framework
- Applying assessment outcomes; driving continuous improvement
- Conformance & assessments - to certify or not.
Who Should Attend
- Senior management
- Asset management staff
- Service providers
- IT staff
- Technical officers.
||Peter Way, Chair NAMS.AU - IPWEA
Peter way represented IPWEA on the Standards Australia
Mirror Committee that heavily contributed to the development of the new
ISO 55000 Standards of Asset Management.