Do you know if your assets are safe and in good operating order? Can you prove it today? Learn how to develop a strategy and roadmap for managing critical production assets aligned with the new international standard for Asset Management, ISO 55000. This new standard will serve as a foundation for operational excellence and safety. It will help asset managers to mitigate risk and ensure assets deliver value. From establishing an asset management policy and plan to ensuring adherence to process, roles, and responsibilities, take away key steps to compliance (or today’s essential best practices in asset management).
Viewers Will Learn:
What is ISO 55000
How it can support improved operational performance
Strategies for implementing ISO 55000
Who Should Attend:
Maintenance Managers, Operations Managers, Reliability Engineers, Compliance Managers, HSE managers & engineers of Process Manufacturing Facilities, Refineries, Chemical & Petrochemical plants
Engagement Manager, Reliability Practitioner
David is a Reliability Practitioner and User Engagement Manager at Bentley. Prior to Bentley, David worked as a Maintenance Manager at Hendrickson Canada, ArcelorMittal Tubular, Lean Manufacturing Director for ArcelorMittal Tubular Romania, Maintenance Excellence Transformation Manager at ArcelorMittal Flat Carbon Europe. He is a Senior Change Leader for the Progress Academy and a Six Sigma Blackbelt.
Brian Flett Global Practice Leader, Asset Performance Management Bentley
Brian Flett is the Global Practice Leader of Bentley’s Asset Performance Management (APM) professional services practice. Bentley Ivara APM is the leader in asset performance management software solutions for companies in capital intensive industries. Brian has over 20 years of global experience in asset intensive industries. He and his team have developed and used the Bentley APM Methodology improving asset performance in the Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution, Mining, Oil & Gas, Metals Processing, and Manufacturing industries. Brian has a Masters of Business Administration from Schulich (York) University in Toronto, Canada, and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP).
Scott Jenkins has been an editor at Chemical Engineering since 2009. Prior to joining CE, Scott worked in various capacities as a science journalist and communications specialist, reporting and writing on a variety of sectors, including chemical processing, biotechnology, pharmaceutical manufacturing and research policy. He also has industry experience as a quality assurance chemist and research experience as a synthetic organic chemist. Scott holds a bachelor's degree from Colgate University, and a master's degree in chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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