This module describes the key enabling actions that are required to support the effective management of an asset over its life. It covers considerations associated with design, legislation, configuration and resource management.
This module should be considered in conjunction with “Life Cycle Activities Part 1”, which provides an overview of the key phases of an asset’s life, from creation and acquisition through to decommissioning and disposal.
This module will provide you with an understanding of:
How technical standards are developed and used in the context of asset management, which includes how to identify and apply legal requirements
How asset management requirements are managed during procurement and supply chain management
How shutdowns, outages and resources are managed, and
The principles of some of the techniques for designing and configuring integrated systems that form part of systems engineering and how they are aligned with asset management.
In Life cycle activities Part 2 we look at:
Technical standards and legislation
Procurement and supply chain management
Shutdown and outage management and resource management
30 mins in one session (or in small parts if preferred)
This course includes:
Certificate of completion