CEDR has published Contractor Report 2017-1, which offers guidance and advice for establishing a formal Asset Management System that will help organisations to obtain value from their assets.
This report was produced by the ARISE project under Call 2014 Asset Management and Maintenance. ARISE focussed on producing advice and guidance for road sector organisations considering why and how to implement ISO 55000. More specifically, after adopting the approach of ISO 55000, delivering an Asset Management System means using ISO 55001 which is the management System Requirements.
Contractor Report 2017-1 represents the project’s primary published output, based upon examples gleaned from case studies of organisations which are at various stages of their asset management system implementation, and which have specific experience of IS0 55001 or its ‘parent’, PAS55. The project’s aim is to facilitate open and practical dissemination of the principles of asset management as defined in ISO 55000 to as wide an audience as possible, and this Guide performs a key role in that process.
The final conference of Call 2014 Asset Management and Maintenance will take place in Vienna, Austria, on October 12-13 2017.