Digitizing your asset management program is a difficult task. It requires rethinking how you classify your data and managing it daily. But asset management can be a bit like going on a massive scavenger hunt with missing or unreadable instructions: frustrating and time-consuming. This class provides a blueprint to transform your facilities engineering function optimally. After taking this class, you will finally be able to move down the right path and find success as you move from a work-order-driven team to an asset-management focused team.
Key Asset Management Components
Learn to identify and structure the organizational components needed for a successful facilities asset management program.
What is Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)?
Identify the drivers that should underpin your organization’s asset management program, such as cost reduction, risk reduction, reliability increase, and regulatory compliance.
Components of an Enterprise Asset Management package or Computerized Maintenance Management System
There are many excellent EAM/CMMS solutions on the market. Understand the criteria that are crucial for you in selecting, implementing, and using the software.
Data Standards: Asset Classifications & Programs for Inspection, Testing & Maintenance
The biggest asset of a successful asset management program is its data. Learn how to structure the data to maximize its use for analytics.
Asset Identification: Barcodes, QR Codes, and RFIDs
Dissecting building infrastructure into individual systems and assets can be complicated. Learn how to set-up an asset identification program that drives consistency.
Metrics for Asset Management
See examples of key performance indicators that you can use to drive your decisions. Learn how to drive workforce performance, manage supplier contracts, predict failures, and anticipate facilities service issues.
Asset: May 25 & 26 - (GMT:1pm - 5pm)
Asset: Jun 15 & 16 - (GMT:1pm - 5pm)
Asset: July 20 & 21 - (GMT:2pm - 6pm)
Asset: Aug 19 & 20 - (GMT:1pm - 5pm)