Asset Management

When 19 Apr 2017, 8:30 AM

Duration One day

Cost $580 ex GST (IPENZ Members $500 ex GST)

Location Christchurch

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This course introduces delegates to the key standards and manuals relating to infrastructure management, specifically ISO55000 and the International Infrastructure Management Manual. The ISO will be examined in detail and the concept of the overall Asset Management System will be introduced. 

You’ll find this course useful if you’re a practitioner wanting to extend your understanding of the latest infrastructure management standards or an engineer wanting to learn more about the discipline of infrastructure asset management.

Learning Outcomes

At this seminar you’ll receive:

  • an introduction to the requirements for infrastructure asset management, including levels of service, forecasting future demand, asset information and inventory and the monitoring of asset condition and performance.
  • an overview of the individual components of asset lifecycle planning, including operations, maintenance, capital investment planning and asset disposal
  • an in-depth look  at risk management with emphasis on application across infrastructure asset management
  • practical examples of the use and deployment of asset management enablers
  • an overview of the role sustainability plays, including climate adaption, sustainability integration, service delivery sustainability, financial sustainability and an insight into future cities and infrastructure requirements.

Concepts will be reinforced through delegate questions and discussion throughout each course section.

Presenter information

Ross Waugh
Ross is the founder of Waugh Infrastructure Management and is an asset management and systems integration specialist with more than 30 years’ experience in municipal infrastructure asset management and engineering. He has been consulting in infrastructure management for 18 years, in the areas of transportation, utilities, community facilities, buildings and property.

Ross has experience of six cycles of integrating infrastructure asset management planning with long term financial planning within the New Zealand context. He has also completed infrastructure asset management assignments in Australia and the Pacific.

Ross was recipient of the IPWEA Presidents Award in 2016 for leadership in the field of infrastructure asset management and for commitment to IPWEA.