How do you keep maintenance costs down and asset performance up? How do you stop reacting and start planning? How do you replace chaos with structure?
It starts with a framework. You need an outline of the environment you want to create—an outline you can follow when implementing your organization’s new, systematic approach to asset management.
Creating a framework isn’t just a smart idea for injecting order into your operation. It’s an essential first step in developing an asset management system, à la ISO 55000.
SwainSmith’s asset management system framework is comprehensive and ISO 55000 compliant. It organizes asset management into a logical structure, with all of the processes, roles, and other elements clearly laid out.