Understanding ISO 55001
The International Standards Organisation published ISO 55001 in 2014. Applicable to any size of organisation which depends upon its asset base for the delivery of its products and services, it sets out the means of ensuring the organisations goals are supported by effective asset management.
Developed by an international team of asset management professionals from over 40 countries and with members of the Lloyd’s Register team contributing, the standard is the new non-proprietary benchmark against which asset management systems can be developed and measured.
Who Should Attend
Suitable for Managers and Directors, this intensive 1-day course provides a good understanding of the key aspects of asset management and the important components required to put an asset management system in place that meets the ISO 55001 certification requirements.
The course covers all key areas of asset management explaining what the requirements of the standard mean in practice with examples of how they may be applied. Emphasis is placed on the following key issues:
- creation of the strategic asset management plan
- alignment with corporate objectives
- the management of risk
Understanding how the asset management system is performing and how to drive necessary change whilst continuing to operate and gain value from the asset base are central themes.
The course is tailored to ensure all key points required for ultimate certification of the system are covered and understood.
Meet Your Trainer
Dave is an Asset Management specialist with over 30 years of experience. In this capacity, Dave has provided audit and asset management services to major blue chip organisations, as well as small developing client companies spanning across various geographic areas including the United Kingdom, Ireland, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Additionally, Dave is LRQA’s lead ISO 55001 Assessor for Asset Management clients across a host of different industries sectors.