Now in its 14th year, the Asset Management Awards (AMA) continue to provide organisations with an industry recognised and valid mechanism to measure continuous improvement in asset management.
Chairman of the AMA Committee, Geoff Cannon says, “the Awards offer organisations an opportunity to reflect on their asset management journey to date, and also consider their next steps towards achieving a continuously maturing approach to the management of its physical assets.”
All recipients receive an on-site review by the AM Council’s highly qualified asset management professionals and a detailed report of their findings.
2009 Leadership Award and AMA recipient David Spiteri of RailCorp says “the main flow-on benefit from entering the Awards is that we have provided recognition that RailCorp is on the right path. We are now in the process of setting of roundtable discussions with other government organisations to share asset management systems and knowledge.”
“Six months after entering the Awards, our teams have improved communications and a deeper understanding of how they contribute to the asset management process,” says AMA recipient Gary Winsor of EnergyAustralia.
Each applicant’s submission report is based on criteria modeled from the Asset Management Body of Knowledge which comprises of asset management definitions and technical models.
Intention to submit forms can be downloaded from the AM Council website and are due early 2010 along with the Awards fee.
For further information, please contact: Kate Robertson Awards and Communications Coordinator Asset Management Council +61 3 9830 4899 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Asset Management Council is a non profit organisation, committed to the promotion and education of optimal asset management practices in industrial, commercial, academic and government organisations. The Asset Management Council offers Membership, Courses, A Body of Knowledge, Technical Papers, Presentations, Forums, Business Directory, Local Events and the annual ICOMS Asset Management Conference. For more information, visit www.amcouncil.com.au.
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