Introduction Asset Management ISO 55001:2014
Spoken language in course: Dutch
Course material language: English
Good asset management is becoming a normal expectation in mature organisations around the world. The overall aim of the ISO 55000 series is to assist an organisation in optimising and improving the management of business assets.
What are the components of Asset Management?
Asset Management involves the coordinated and optimised planning, asset selection, acquisition/development, utilisation, care (maintenance) and ultimate disposal or renewal of the appropriate assets and asset systems.
Whether the assets are physical, financial, human or 'intangible', good asset management maximises the value-for-money and satisfaction of stakeholder expectations.
What is covered in the training?
- Overview of Asset Management
- Key elements of the ISO 55000 series of standards
- Principles and terminology
- High Level Structure as applied in ISO 55001
- Understanding how ISO 55001 can be applied to a variety of organisations and sectors
- Understanding auditor inerpretation of management systems and ISO"55001
DNV GL's Modern Risk Management (MRM) Professional Development Programme
The ISO 55001 Asset Management Foundation course is part of our Modern Risk Management (MRM) Professional Development Programme. MRM is designed to improve risk competence and understanding of HSEQ so that professionals and organisations can strengthen their control over loss. DNV GL's Modern Risk Management Programme Other elements of MRM training:
- Managing Risk
- Risk Recognition
- Risk Evaluation
- Risk Control
- Risk Monitoring
- Culture and Behaviour
- Maintenance and Inspections
- Change Management
- Changing Behaviour
- Contractor Management
- Emergency Preparedness
- Learning from events
- Monitoring, Measuring and Review
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