Effective Use of ISO 55 000 Standard for Transportation Asset Management
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the overarching principles of asset management
- Establish an appropriate asset management governance structure
- Understand asset inventory and registry requirements
- Set levels of service
- Maintain an asset inventory and condition database
- Monitor asset performance
- Understand risks and how to manage them
- Identify key elements to improve asset reslience
- Complete life-cycle planning
- Implement a continuous improvement strategy
- Identify asset management best practices
The need to preserve our roadway pavement infrastructure is paramount to insuring the viability of transportation of people and goods. This requires ever increasing investments because the road infrastructure is typically the most valuable asset owned by public agencies. The consequence of the lack of systematic maintenance and renewal is accelerated deterioration of the asset condition which then requires a more expensive treatment to return the asset to a serviceable condition.
Road infrastructure managers are confronted with the following challenges:
- Budget pressures from other infrastructure and social needs have resulted in a substantial infrastructure deficit.
- The necessity to plan the treatments in such a way that the level of service remains acceptable throughout the entire life-cycle fo the asset.
- Municipal and local governments typically have limited taxation powers and often lack in-house specialized technical expertise.
- Necessary coordination of road construction activities with other asset management activiteis such as road system expansion, underground utilities, lighting, traffic management and safety improvements.
While facing these challenges, the technical issues often play a subordinate role for several reasons. The technical qualifications of the staff in road authorities and road construction contractors, as well as their professional skills, are often at a high level. In December 2017, the Ontario Government passes Ontario Regulation 588/17 Assert Management Planning for Municipal Infrastructure which sets out asset management implementation and reporting requirements. While similar requirements are not currently required in other Canadian provinces, it is likely that they will soon be required.
- Understanding of basic pavement asset management systems, data collection, performance prediction and investment needs
- It provides procedures on how to determine, document and justify funding needs for pavement preservation
- It provides directions on how to prepare prioritized, needs-based budgets
- Promotes the use of best practices and provides a benchmark for pavement preservation decision making
- It will provide objective pavement preservation needs and long-term impact of budget decisions
Who Should Attend
Pavement network owners and administrators • Engineers and technicians involved in the management of transportation assets • Consultants involved in the evaluation of asset condition • Provincial, municipal and local agencies • Airport owners and maintenance staffREQUEST GROUP TRAINING QUOTE
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