The performance of an asset intensive business depends fully on functional physical assets. The Resolve approach to asset management therefore starts at operations. The output requirements and associated standards are used as a starting point for building a realistic Strategic Asset Management Plan. This way, we ensure that asset condition and operability contribute to the performance of the business in a controlled way. Maintenance and engineering spend can be channelled into the optimal areas. Aspects such as safety and risk are properly quantified and provided for in the Asset Management Plans. Risk becomes As Low As Reasonably Possible (ALARP), and can be monitored by using performance indicators.
Our Physical Asset Management Services team continually expands our knowledge library and skills, so that we can propose solutions that will optimise strategy and processes for clients with asset intensive operations.
Our solutions incorporate the following capabilities:
- Compliance and control, including PAS 55, ISO 55001, and the GFMAM framework. Our assessment tools are non-aggressive and to the point
- Strategic Asset Management Plan and Asset Management Policy definition
- Asset Management System plans, both conceptual and detailed
- Risk management, integrated with the asset management system
- Determining the state of good repair including condition assessments, valuation and prognostics, future behaviour and forecasting
- Maintenance management process and systems design
- Maintenance strategies and tactics development
- Work centre/workshop management services
- Asset performance evaluation and management implementation
- Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) inventory management
Our main purpose is to enable our clients to manage their assets to ensure sustainable and predictable asset performance. Our services and offerings are designed to empower our clients to transform their businesses in a controlled way. This is the only approach that ensures maximum return on the investment of their assets.
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