Tim Young - ICS Consulting, QASR
Richard Chilton - Director, QASR
Following the success of their previous Masterclass sessions at GEAM, QASR will deliver a new Masterclass for GEAM 2017. This will be a highly interactive and rewarding half-day session. This year, QASR will provide practical approaches on how to apply asset management consistently across the whole organisation.
The session will be delivered by Tim and Richard who have implemented best practice asset management across the electricity, water, wastewater, telecoms, rail, highways and nuclear sectors in the UK, Europe, US and GCC. They will share their considerable expertise and experience and offer guidance. For attendees, who have achieved ISO 55000, this will help you to get more value from the investment you have made so far. For other attendees, it will help you to get support for change, advice on how to start to make real change within your organisation.
- Getting the whole organisation to work as an asset management company
- How you can leverage processes and systems to make performance improvements
- Systemising your key processes
- Compliance, consistency and conformance
- Influencing and changing organisational culture
- How to really establish the line of sight
Benefits of Attending
- Understand how to apply asset management across the organisation
- Learn how processes, systems and procedures can be best used to change performance and give real value
- Learn how to overcome barriers, silos and difficulties in your organisation
- Understand how to start making asset management really work in your organisation
- Learn from the experience of others
- Opportunity to discuss and get advice on your specific issues
Who Should Attend
The Masterclass provides essential learning for GCC directors, managers and engineers with an interest in asset management, maintenance, operations, planning and finance, who are working in organisations responsible for managing infrastructure and assets (including utilities, transport, social infrastructure, defence and public buildings).