ISO 55001 Gap Closure and Developing an Asset Management System – North America EST – July
July 26 - July 27
Offering a brief introduction to ISO 55001 and management systems, this course introduces the concept of the ‘corporate journey’ and the use of an ‘asset management system’ as a framework for applying good practice.
It delivers practical guidance on how to develop practical solutions for applying asset management in your business.
This course will be delivered by The Woodhouse Academy
on behalf of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM).
To book your place please visit IAM Events
Your tutor – Kevin Carman
With 42 years of service within the Energy sector (Bonneville Power Administration/Department of Energy), Kevin’s experience includes Construction, Maintenance, Operations, Supply Chain, and Asset Management. Kevin was instrumental in the development and implementation of the framework and design of Asset Management within the electricity sector, including 12 years of active support of the Department of Energy’s Infrastructure Security and Energy Restoration program. His experience as a skilled Crafts and Trades hourly worker combined with his Asset Management background gives him a unique perspective in developing “Bottom-up/Top-down” Asset Management program development to include policies, procedures, processes, and leading Change Management within an Organization. Kevin has developed extensive Asset Management Objectives, Strategies, and Plans; including leading reorganization efforts to obtain maximum efficiencies within the Energy Sector. Kevin is also a trained and skilled Root Cause Analysis practitioner.
2-day virtual classroom of 4 hours each
0900 – 1300 EST