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Asset Condition Management versus Asset Health Index

Asset Condition Management versus Asset Health Index

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In the non-stop reliability research being done around the Reliabilityweb.com network, we have discovered a few Reliability Language Issues that may be important to gain some distinction that support advancing reliability and asset management in a more effective and/or efficient way in alignment to Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System



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Language issue identified:

Asset Health Index versus Asset Condition Management



Asset Health Index versus Asset Condition ManagementAsset Health Index versus Asset Condition ManagementTerrence O'Hanlon



1) Asset Health is a lagging indicator - and a noun - a description.


2) Asset Condition is a leading and lagging indicator - a noun and verb [action]


3) Do you want to influence the lagging indicator [asset health]? You better have a predictive leading indicator like asset condition.


4) Asset Condition Management - managing the condition of your asset for an outcome of Asset Health - in alignment with organizational objectives.




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