Smrp ontario chapter mtg ISO 55000 overview by David Armstrong, Bentley Systems

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Smrp ontario chapter mtg ISO 55000 overview by David Armstrong, Bentley Systems

  1. 1. A practical guide to ISO 55000 David Armstrong
  2. 2. About Bentley 2 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  3. 3. A Global Company 3 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  4. 4. Why are we here? • Modern Maintenance has transformed into Asset Management. • To be effective we must now manage • Risk/Safety. – Risk = Consequence x Probability • Cost. Efficiency. • Quality…..Open capacity and Profitability. • The new ISO standard …ISO 55000 has been geared to transmit your teams energy to manage all of the above. 4 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  5. 5. Why – The Triple Bottom Line Social Responsibility Environmental Stewardship Economic Prosperity People/Planet/Profit Source: Cannibals with Forks: the Triple Bottom Line of 21st Century Business 5 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  6. 6. Why – Value Delivered for Capital Employed Asset Management = Managed Risk, Improved Safety and Environmental Compliance, Improved Quality at reduced operating costs. Source: SMRP Presentation – October, 2013 – Terry Wireman 6 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  7. 7. Exposure • Proactive maintenance managers knew… perhaps even wished, for the day for their voice to be heard on an equal footing as operations in the boardroom. • Be careful what you wished for…for it just might be here. • I postulate, that the maintainer’s day in the sun has finally arrived and that the skills and energies required for the hands on management of your plants and facilities will now be recognized at the boardroom table. • Remember,…. the sun brings exposure. 7 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  8. 8. ISO 55000 – Let’s begin with, what it is not! • It needs to be stated that ISO 55000 is not the magic silver bullet to cure industries pressing need of how to properly manage their assets. – The standard defines WHAT to do, not HOW to do it • This is still the responsibility of the world’s maintenance practitioners who must still bring their wealth of knowledge or “the business of maintenance” to the table. 8 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  9. 9. ISO 55000. • The standard does however focus on and clearly define the “what to do” for the correct application of asset management. • So moving forward…as ISO 55000 becomes the norm, just like ISO 9000 did in the late 90’s, our level of understanding “ the what to do” needs to improve. • That stated then, the correct application of asset management and governance to ISO 55000 should realize value through equipment uptime, optimized life to our asset base, increased safety and environment compliance 9 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  10. 10. ISO 55000 10 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2012 Bentley Systems, Incorporated 2013
  11. 11. International Standards • ISO 55000 Asset management ← PAS 55 • ISO 9000 Quality management • ISO 14000 Environmental management ← API 580 • ISO 50001 Energy management ← Open O&M • ISO 31000 Risk management ← MIMOSA 11 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  12. 12. ISO55000 • Asset Management Standards – ISO 55000 Overview – ISO 55001 Management System Requirements – ISO 55002 Management System Guidelines • Started with PAS 55 • Establishes the framework (WHAT) • Does not define the method (HOW) 12 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  13. 13. ISO/PC251 Participating Countries 1. Argentina 2. Australia 3. Canada 4. Chile 5. China 6. Czech Republic 7. Denmark 8. Finland 9. Germany 10. India 11. Ireland 12. Italy 13. Korea 14. Netherlands 15. Mexico 16. Norway 17. Peru 18. Portugal 19. South Africa Source: Management Resources Group – Bob DiStefano 13 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated 20. Spain 21. Sweden 22. United Kingdom 23. USA 24. United Arab Emirates 25. Japan 26. France 27. Switzerland
  14. 14. ISO 55000 • The first standard, ISO 55000, provides not only an overview to the principles and terms of the suite of standards, it defines the expected benefits from adopting the approach. • ISO 55000 could be considered the executive overview, “the high level sales pitch” or reasons for adoption. • ISO 55000 will bring the asset management reliability world into far more boardrooms than ever before directly due the global legitimacy of the ISO standards organization. 14 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  15. 15. ISO 55000 suite of standards • To use an analogy if ISO 55000 is the bread of the sandwich, then ISO 55001 provides the fillings and ISO 55002 defines the preparation method. • ISO 55000 is the body of elements require for compliance. • ISO 55002 provides guidelines for ISO 55001, in a means to provide further clarity, or a what and by who(m) must be done while defining the boundaries of the requirements. 15 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  16. 16. PAS 55 © 2008 British Standards Institute 16 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  17. 17. Whole-Life Value Project and information integration Asset performance and asset management Value We work upstream and downstream to make value flow Profitability of Facility Business Requirements Design Construct Use Cost Maintenance Adapted from DPR Consulting and Dr. Martin Fischer, CIFE IAB, 2011 17 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated Business Operations Time
  18. 18. Bridge The Gap Source: Reliability Web – Terry O’Hanlon 18 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  19. 19. ISO 55000 Fundamentals • Value • Alignment • Leadership • Assurance 19 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  20. 20. ISO 55000 Benefits • Improved Financial Performance • Informed Asset decisions • Managed Risk • Improved Services and Outputs • Demonstrated Social Responsibility • Demonstrated Compliance • Enhanced Reputation • Improved Organizations Sustainability • Improved Efficiency& Effectiveness 20 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  21. 21. ISO 55001 Key Requirements • Understanding the context of the organization – Understanding stakeholder needs and expectations – Determining the scope of the Asset Management System – Developing the Asset Management System • Leadership – Demonstrating leadership and commitment – Establishing an Asset Management Policy – Assigning and communicating roles, responsibilities and authorities • Planning – Actions to address risks and opportunities – Asset management objectives and plans to achieve them Source: Management Resources Group – Bob DiStefano 21 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  22. 22. ISO 55001 Key Requirements • Support needed for the Asset Management System – – – – – – Provide resources required to meet objectives Ensure competence of those that affect asset management performance Ensure awareness of AM policy, plans and objectives Determine necessary internal and external communication Determine information required for the AM system Create, update and control documented information • Operation – Implementation and control of processes and plans – Ensure risks of proposed changes are known and controlled – Ensure control of outsourced activities related to AM Source: Management Resources Group – Bob DiStefano 22 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  23. 23. ISO 55001 Key Requirements • Performance Evaluation – Monitor, measure, analyze and evaluate AM effectiveness – Conduct internal audits of the AM system – Conduct periodic management review of the AM system • Improvement – Identify nonconformity and implement corrective action – Establish preventive action to prevent nonconformity – Continually improve suitability, adequacy and effectiveness of the AM system Source: Management Resources Group – Bob DiStefano 23 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  24. 24. ISO 55002 Guidelines: A Practical Example • Fork Truck – Safe Operating Zone Management Stresses Asset Management Plan in Balance Asset Stresses E+P (M&B) Organizational Stresses Effect: Loaded Maintenance Plan • Asset Management System – Safe Operating Zone 24 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  25. 25. Key Terms Managing the Organization Align process, roles and responsibilities in the organization. Asset Management Coordinated activity of an organization to realize value from assets Asset Management System Set of interrelated or interacting elements to establish asset management policy, asset management objectives and processes to achieve those objectives Asset Portfolio Assets that are within the scope of the asset management system 25 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  26. 26. ISO 55000 – Integrated Systems Approach Context Integrated Asset Management System Approach Leadership ISO 55000 Planning Asset management system Support Operation Business or Organization Plan Performance Evaluation Improvement Asset management 26 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  27. 27. ISO 31000 – Risk Management • A key differentiator between PAS55 and ISO 55000 is that risk management is a separate standard • Continuous improvement process – Plan / Do / Check / Act • Many organization already have a review system in place for risk – As mandated by insurance groups • Key to have an integrated system that defines risk down to the lowest maintainable level i.e failure mode 27 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  28. 28. Asset Management System The Enabler to Overcome the Silos Engineering Dept. Plant Design, Layout, Configuration & Upgrade Mechanical Integrity (Static Equip) Dept. Pressure containment RBI / IDMS 28 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated Reliability (Rotating Equip) Dept. CBM and replacements RCM, PdM, inspections Process Control Dept. DCS, SCADA, Data Historians IOW Operations Dept. Maintenance Dept. Run the Plant, Visual Inspections, minimum interruptions Inspection, Do the Repair Work, Manage Shutdowns
  29. 29. Bentley’s Asset Management Methodology • Answers the question: “How to” implement an asset management system • Process, people, technology, methodology/plan, step-by-step – Get asset management system aligned to the business goals • Risk management – Establish proactive process – Get the organization aligned to the goals, objectives • Business process alignment • Roles and responsibilities, accountability – Use technology to manage the system • Manage the data – 29 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  30. 30. Summary • Companies that do not share this view will most definitely struggle to survive in the lean driven global economy or perhaps fall to an even worse fate. • So perhaps finally with the profile associated with this global standard, good governance and the resulting effort required to attain ISO 55000 compliance, the maintainer’s day in the sun has finally arrived and the skills and practices required for effective asset management will be required at the boardroom table. 30 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  31. 31. Summary – Moving Forward. • PAS 55 & ISO 55000 define requirements for asset management • Bentley’s Methodology describes how to do it • Holistic approach: business, organization & technology • Minimizes maintenance costs • Increases asset availability and production throughput • Reduces production variability and outages • Ensures safe operations with environmental compliance • Improves the overall return on physical assets • Sustains infrastructure assets over their lifecycle 31 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  32. 32. ISO Organization: Downloading the standards http://webstore.ansi.org/SdoInfo.aspx?sdoid=39 32 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM | © 2013 Bentley Systems, Incorporated
  33. 33. Q&A

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