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An S-IAM Application ‘Road-maps’ and Observations towards Capacity Building By Nigel Lowe DBSA Technical Analyst Tel 011-313 3432 e-mail: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Framework 1 ‘Total Approach’ (Note: see the end of this presentation for these graphics in a readable size) Framework 2 Processes IAM Frameworks from the IIMM ….. At a glance …(1)
IAM Frameworks from the IIMM ….. At a glance …(2) Framework 3 Techniques (Note: see the end of this presentation for these graphics in a readable size) Framework 4 Systems
ASALGP’s MCA Manual emphasizes the Operational Asset Management Cycle
Fwk 1 – ‘Total Approach’ Possible ‘concentration’ points ASSET MANAGEMENT PROCESS CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS Level of Service Cost LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENTS Financial Environmental STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS SERVICE LEVEL REVIEW PROCESS CONSIDER ASSET SOLUTIONS Maintain/Renew/ Upgrade/Dispose of Existing Assets Create New Assets CONSIDER NON ASSET SOLUTIONS Failure Management Insurance Demand Management IMPLEMENT ASSET MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS STRATEGIC PLANNING TACTICAL PLANNING OPERATIONAL PLANNING
Fwk 2 – Management Processes Possible ‘concentration’ points
Fwk 3 – Tools & Techniques Possible ‘concentration’ points
IIMM Graphic 4 Fwk 4 – ‘Systems’ FINANCE Consumption Depreciation Renewal CONDITION PREDICTIVE MODULES (Decay. Etc) TREATMENT OPTIONS AND COST RISK ASSESSMENT OPTIMISED RENEWAL DECISION MAKING ASSET REGISTER (CORPORATE) DETAILED ATTRIBUTES UTILISATION CAPACITY JOB / RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Labour Materials Plant MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT Emergency Planned Corrective Planned Preventive INVENTORY STOCK CONTROL
One example of Analysis… ‘Mapping’ (using IAM frameworks) of Yesterday’s knowledge base in your “WSP Critical Success Factors & Development Challenges” ……A revealing Task!!
CORPORATE AM DIRECTION Identify corporate need Obtain organization commitment Adopt corporate AM goals and objectives Define AM roles and responsibilities Involvement of key stakeholders AM TEAM ROLES Oversee AM implementation Co-ordination of AM activity Internal Audit AM REVIEW/ AUDIT CYCLICAL AUDIT OF AM Performance Technical content of AMP Compliance with legal requirements Internal/External Audits ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT PLANNING AM Status Review The Improvement Programme Pilot Studies IMPLEMENTING THE AMP INFORMATION FLOWS Information Flows Information Management SERVICE DELIVERY ISSUES Defining Core Services Contract types/ delivery mechanisms Contract Issues THE AM PLAN PREPARE AM PLAN Why plan? Steps in preparing AMP Plan Structure Key Stakeholders DEVELOP LIFECYCLE STRATEGIES Developing strategies for each stage of asset life 3-4LEGISLATIVE A3 REQUIREMENTS 1-4CUSTOMER/ C2-1 4-7STAKEHOLDER C3-1 6-3EXPECTATIONS C2-1 C5-2 C6-4 C6-5 SERVICE LEVEL REVIEW 1-4 4-7 C4-7 2-6 Personnel Competency C3-5 Experience C4-1 Experience C4-2 Uncertainty 1-1 1-2 2-1 2-2 2-4 2-5 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-6 5-3 5-4 6-1 6-2 C2-3 C3-2 C3-4 C4-6 C4-7 P3 P4 A1 A6 ? 1-1 5-7 1-3 6-4 2-5 3-3 5-6 A2 ? 1-5 5-6 6-4 1-3 1-5 2-3 4-8 6-4 C3-3 C4-4 C4-8 A4 A7 P1 KEY WS Powers & Functions WSA = A (x) WSP = P(x) C4-8 C5-3 C5-4 C5-5 C6-3 NEW? C6-2
EXISTING ASSET KNOWLEDGE IDENTITY LEVELS OF SERVICE PREDICT DEMAND ASSESS CONDITION, MEASURE PERFORMANCE FAILURE MODE ANALYSIS COLLECT DATA MEASURE PERFORMANCE PREPARE ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN ASSET FINANCIAL CASHFLOW IDENTITY OPTIMUM SOLUTION EVALUATE/ SELECT TREATMENT OPTIONS ASSET RISKS OF FAILURE Environmental Strategic Legislative Customer Financial Political Population growth Business growth Customer use trends Demand management Historical failures Predictive modeling Financial Plans Business Plans Operations/ Maintenance Plans Demand Management Techniques Asset Creation and Disposal Basic AM Cycle Advanced AM Cycle 3-1 Fin Sustainability 2-7 Business 4–4 Business C4 – 5 C5 – 1 PLUS NEW ?? Skills Competency Institutional Capability HR Capacity Basic Infrastructure / Service 5-2 C6-6 4-4
THE TRAINING STRATEGY MODEL BUSINESS GOALS Establish the priorities BUSINESS PROCESSES Tasks or business model for achieving the goals JOB ROLES Identify.
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