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Example of a Simplified Asset Management Model

Thursday, May 5th, 2011 | Asset Management | 7 Comments

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7 Responses to “Example of a Simplified Asset Management Model”

  1. Zola Craigen says:

    Brownie points for creating content on this particular topic. There isn’t enough content published about it (not particularly good anyway). It is pleasing to see it getting slighlty more coverage. Thanks again!

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  4. Ahmed Said Kotb says:

    I think the this model is missing some important parts such as the asset hierarchy building, identifying the assets critically, applying RCM on critical assets and selecting the maintenance strategy based on the critically ranking and failure analysis, this way it can be called risk based model!

  5. Ahmed says:

    Why you did not post my response? I said that this model is missing some important parts and mentioned them, what is wrong in that?

  6. admin says:

    Ahmed – Please check the LinkedIn response. The Scope and Maintenance Basis block on the diagram are where we perform Equipment Value Ranking (EVR) and develop and document the “Failure Defense Plans” (FDP) through the use of RCM, Streamlined RCM, a PM optimization process or utilize one of Equipment failure analysis databases that exist. (sorry for the delay in get the posting and response, I was away for a few days).

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