asset management

  • Brisbane's Site Visit to the Legacy Way Tunnel

    20190717 232341The AMCouncil Brisbane Chapter's Legacy Way field trip was a great experience, with all attendees saying they enjoyed the opportunity to see behind the scenes and experience a real life maintenance shutdown.

  • Building an Asset Management System Framework

    System FrameworkAn asset management system is a set of complex processes and interactions to plan and control asset related activites. The asset management framework, whilst not an explicit requirement of ISO 55001, sets out to help define what the organisation's functioning asset management system looks like.

  • Canberra and Bayesian Statistics

    Canberra 21 Feb 19 1Canberra chapter held a combined presentation and AGM on the evening of 21st February, with a total attendance of 16 members. Many thanks to Engineers Australia staff, who, as usual prepared the venue by separating a reception/catering area, and arranging seating and presentation aids in the auditorium.

  • Canberra explores Asset Intensive Industries

    Canberra 22 March 2018The Canberra Chapter of the AMC held our 2018 AGM and a presentation on the evening of the 22nd March at Engineering House in Canberra. This is a wonderful venue for presentations and the Engineers Australia staff, as usual do everything they can to make the evening run like clockwork.

    After a get together session over tea and coffee, it was down to business in the main auditorium. The presentation was about Asset Management Systems in Asset Intensive Industries, and with a total of 17 attendees from universities, defence, electricity distribution and consulting engineers, there was plenty of input from the audience, making for an interesting evening.

  • Canberra on Managing Change in the Electric Energy Industry

    Canberra 26 May 19The cold and blustery Canberra evening didn’t prevent the rollup of dedicated engineers and professionals to listen to EESA National president, Jeff Allen and AMCouncil Canberra Chapter Chair, Mike Schulzer talk about Managing Change in the Electric Energy Industry.

  • Canberra talks Disasters and Disruptions

    Canberra 14 AugustThe Canberra Chapter of the AMC hosted the second joint AIPM-AMC presentation to a packed audience at Engineering House in Barton, ACT on Tuesday evening of 14th August.

  • Catch up on our recent episodes on AMC-TV!

    tv 1015426 1920We've now just passed our fourth session in our fortnightly 'Asset Management in Action' series, showcasing projects from our Excellence Awards finalists during AMPEAK16 and 17. Thank you to David Scott from Wave Digital, who took the time to tell us all about their project, developing a system integration and data visualisation framework for South East Water, and to Tim Purves from Icon Water who talked us through the development of a Program of Work Balance Model.

  • China Asset Management Study Tour - Interested?

    China Study Tour Blog PicAMCouncil is seeking expressions of interest from asset management professionals wanting to join a study tour to China, to coincide with the ISO 5500x meeting happening in Nanjing 6th - 10th May 2019.

    This trip will provide you with the opportunity to visit a variety of sites to learn, explore, share and compare asset management across industry in an international setting.

  • December Meeting Point out now

    AMC Newsletter AlertAMCouncil December e-news out now - check your inboxes and find out all the latest or view it here.

    If you're not yet signed up to receive WiAM emails, you can do so here. All of us here at the AMCouncil would like to wish you a happy holidays and prosperous new year. Thanks for your support. Please note the office is closed between December 23 and reopening on January 15. We hope to bring you more great events and news during 2018. See you then!

  • December Meeting Point out now

    December News

    AMCouncil December e-news is out now, the last one for 2018, packed with all the latest and greating AMCouncil happenings and news from the past month, including links to fantastic articles on:

    - Sydney Trains Asset Management System & ISO 55001:2014;

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  • Exciting times ahead for AMC

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    It was a busy time over the weekend for the AMC, where our leadership team brought together exciting ideas and suggestions for the future of the AMC. It's looking to be a great few months ahead. If you would like to become more involved and have more of a say, please get in touch with your local chapter and ask how you can get more involved. Remember the Asset Management Council is for you - an organisation built for our members by our members.

  • Fastrack your way from CSAM -> CPEng

    fasttrackChanges to Australia’s Authorised Witness List took effect on 18th September 2018 and include a change that any engineer accredited under a State or Commonwealth law will now be added to the authorised witness list. Take a look at the updated legislation and the list of authorised witnesses here.

    Did you know that AMCouncil members who hold CSAM certification under the AM Council certification scheme can apply for CPEng through a fast track process. Apply for CSAM certification today http://www.amcouncil.com.au/certification/

  • Get recognition for your asset management successes at AMPEAK

    AMPEAK Awards

    The Asset Management Council’s Excellence in Asset Management Awards recognise and honour success in asset management projects.

    Nominating for an industry award is a great way to receive recognition for you and your organisation’s hard work and achievements in asset management. It’s an exceptional promotional tool for your company and will put you at the forefront of the asset management industry.

  • Get the latest on WiAM

    WiAM Newsletter Alert

    WiAM e-news out now - check your inboxes and find out all the latest or view it here.

    If you're not yet signed up to receive WiAM emails, you can do so here. All of us here in the Women in Asset Management team would like to wish you a happy holidays and prosperous new year. Thanks for your support so far. We hope to bring you more great events and news during 2018.

  • Gippsland Workshops Asset Management

    Welcome address by Dr. Gopi ChattopadhyayAn Asset Management Workshop in Gippsland was organised by the School of Science, Engineering and Information Technology’s Resources Engineering and Technology Group and supported by the Gippsland Chapter of the Asset Management Council and Engineering Network of local Engineers Australia Group on Thursday 28 June from 10.00am to 5pm.

    This workshop was another of its revered Corporate Education Workshop and Seminars attended by more than 35 delegates from industry, professional bodies and FedUni and feedback received from delegates was outstanding. This was the fifth event held in the past 3 years, which has seen close to 250 delegates attend Gippsland events.

  • Global Standards working Together

    Image Three CroppedThe Sydney Chapter of the AMCouncil recently got together to take a look into Facilities Management and in particular the recent ISO Standards. Stephen Ballesty, Director In Touch Advisory, guided us through the new standards and the difference/alignments with ISO55000. Read on for further details.

  • Helping industry in Gippsland boost their business

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    An AMCouncil supported seminar at Federation University Australia’s Gippsland campus was recently held to bring together representatives from local industries to learn new ways to strengthen their business. The Asset Management Workshop hosted by the School of Science, Engineering and Information Technology on 28th November 2019 was a houseful event with more than forty delegates in person and online. The event focused on helping businesses to reduce the cost of operational maintenance, reduce the risk of failures and further enhance the performance of assets.

  • How a maintenance task captured the imagination of Victorians

    Maintenance TaskA heavy vehicle convoy as heavy as a jumbo jet has made a slow 200km long journey from the Latrobe Valley to the Port in Melbourne. Carrying a spare generator from the Loy Yang Power Station to a ship in port at Melbourne (where it will be transported to Germany for maintenance), the convoy travelled by road in the dea of night at 15-20km/hour over 3 nights.

  • How Asset Management is Driving Value in the Public Sector

    Tim Reardon Webinar Still 2In last week's Women in Asset Management webinar discussion Tim Reardon, Secretary of the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet explored what asset management means to NSW Government, how it adds value for the community, how we can harness new technologies and innovation to deliver value and why people, especially women, should be excited to work in asset management in the public sector.