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ISO 55000, 55001, 55002

A standard for asset management intended to replace PAS 55., which includes three separate sub-components, as follows{
ISO 550001 interlocks with other ISO standards, including
  • ISO 9001 for quality management
  • ISO 14001 for environmental management
  • OHSA 18000 for occupational health and safety
  • ISO 31000 for risk management

ISO 55000 - Overview, Principles and Terminology 
Listed below is the draft table of contents of ISO 55000:

     Introduction

     1 Scope

     2 Overview and principles

          2.1 The asset management family of standards
          2.2 An introduction to asset management
          2.3 The principles of asset management
          2.4 Application of the asset management principles
                2.4.1 Enablers for good asset management
                2.4.2 Decision making in asset management
                2.4.3 Asset-related risks
                2.4.4 Sustainability 
                2.4.5 Asset management challenges
                2.4.6 Types of assets
                2.4.7 The asset management system
          2.5 The Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) methodology ..

    3 Terms and definitions 


    Bibliography.




ISO 55001 - Management Systems: Requirements
Listed below is the draft table of contents of ISO 55001.


     1 Scope


     2 Normative References

     3 Terms and Definitions

     4 Context of the Organization

          4.1  Understanding of the Organization
          4.2  The Needs and Expectations of Stakeholders
          4.3  Determining the scope of the Management System
          4.4  Asset Management System
          4.5  Strategy

     5. Leadership

           5.1  General
           5.2  Management Commitment
           5.3  Policy
           5.4  Organizational Roles, responsibilities and authorities

     6. Planning

           6.1  Actions to Address Risks and Opportunitites
           6.2  Asset Management Objectives and Plans

     7. Support

          7.1  Resources
          7.2  Outsourcing of Asset Management Activities
          7.3  Tools, Facilities and Equipment
          7.4  Information Management
          7.5  Training, Awareness and Competence
          7.6  Documented Informaton

     8. Operation

          8.1  Operational Planning and Control

    9. Performance Evaluation

          9.1  Monitoring, Measurement, Analysis and Evaluation
          9.2  Internal Audit
          9.3  Management Review

     10. Improvement

         10.1  Nonconformity and Corrective Action
         10.2  Continual Improvement



ISO 55002 - Management Systems: Guidelines for Application
Listed below
is the draft table of contents of ISO 55002.

Introduction

1  Scope

2  Normative references

3  Terms and definitions

4  Asset management system requirements 
     4.1 General requirements 
           4.1.1  Asset management system
           4.1.2  Review against ISO ....

     4.2 Asset management policy

     4.3 Asset management strategy, objectives and plans.
           4.3.1  Asset management strategy
           4.3.2  Asset management objectives.
           4.3.3  Asset management plan(s)
           4.3.4  Contingency planning

     4.4 Asset management enablers and controls
           4.4.1  Structure, authority and responsibilities 
           4.4.2  Outsourcing of asset management activities.
           4.4.3  Training, awareness and competence 
           4.4.4  Communication, participation and consultation.
           4.4.5  Asset management system documentation 
           4.4.6  Information management
           4.4.7  Risk management
           4.4.8  Legal and other requirements.
           4.4.9  Management of change

     4.5 Implementation of asset management plan(s) .
           4.5.1  Life cycle activities
           4.5.2  Tools, facilities and equipment

     4.6 Performance assessment and improvement.
           4.6.1  Performance and condition monitoring.
           4.6.2   Failures, incidents and nonconformities .
           4.6.3  Evaluation of compliance
           4.6.4  Audit.
           4.6.5  Improvement actions
           4.6.6  Records

     4.7 Management review

Bibliography
The relationship between the long-range strategic plan and the shorter range tactical plan.
Fig. The relationship between the long-range strategic plan and the shorter range tactical planning horizon.


Workflow to illustrate how lumpy funding models form part of a sensitivity analysis.
Fig. Workflow to illustrate the relationship between "How much money will we need?" and "How much money will we have?" and how these translate into reinvestment analysis.


Facility Condition Index FCI formula
Fig. The three formulas and key performance indicators (KPI) used to measure and evaluate the physical health of a facility, with the industry standard being the Facility Condition Index (FCI).


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Fig. The risk spectrum extending along the P-F interval to illustrate the varying strategies before Potential Failure ("P") and Functional Failure ("F") of an assets. For example, a shift from Time-Based Maintenance (TbM) to Condition-Based Maintenance (CbM).


Summary of the key attributes attached to each of the 5-tiers of the operating standard
Fig. Summary of the key attributes attached to each of the 5-tiers of the operating standard.


A sample portfolio of facilities being governed at different levels of the 5-tiered operating standard with plans to move some facilities to a different tier.
Fig. A sample portfolio of facilities being governed at different levels of the 5-tiered operating standard with plans to move some facilities to a different tier.


Three tiers of criticality on the Mission Dependency Index (vertical axis)  Scatter plot of facilities mapped to the three tiered Mission Dependency Index (MDI).
Fig. Left: Three tiers of criticality on the Mission Dependency Index (vertical axis).  Right: Scatter plot of facilities mapped to the three tiered Mission Dependency Index (MDI).


Thermographic scans as one of the many diagnostic technologies to facilitate Predictive Maintenance (PdM) on assets.
Fig. Thermographic scans as one of the many diagnostic technologies to facilitate Predictive Maintenance (PdM) on assets.



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