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  • This shows how GHD’s unique TEAMQF approach helps our clients to improve their AM in a step by step process. Each of the key LCAM functions have three levels or steps a basic (1) intermediate (2) or advanced (3) E.g. Failure modes assessed FM2 – Life cycle cost analysis LCCA 3 . This is overlaid with our Confidence Level Rating (CLR) approach.. Where the quality of the process followed and the data is used to understand the quality of the strategies being recommended .. The required CLR for our decision process may involve a blend of different levels of process matched to the value chain of that decision .. E.g. BRE 3 and CAP 2 ,,,
  • Now , how does a user get these benefits from our tool … Here I will give you an example of an asset decision that needs to be taken to a life cycle cost assessment level 2 The tool will provide the logic , the BAP manuals or guides, a case study, and tools that will allow the user to apply this experience on an asset of their own.
  • Asset Management Program Learning Environment (AMPLE) - WERF ...

    1. 1. WERF’s “AMPLE” Project AMPLE - Asset Management Program Learning Environment A Knowledge Management System
    2. 2. Why an Asset Management Knowledge Management System? <ul><li>“ A recent WERF Subscriber Survey indicated that asset management is a priority issue for utilities. </li></ul><ul><li>Respondents ranked it fifth among 20 categories… </li></ul><ul><li>60 percent of respondents ranked asset management a first or second priority…” </li></ul>
    3. 3. Objective of WERF’s AMPLE Project <ul><li>“ The objective [of the research] is to present a means by which an intelligent but uninformed person could gain: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>an understanding of the principles of asset management at the highest level; </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>the essential components of a state-of the-art asset management program at sufficient detail to gain a sound understanding; </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>and enough ‘how to do it’ information to begin a program.” </li></ul></ul>
    4. 4. Purpose of AMPLE <ul><li>“ To make asset management comprehensible and to promote information exchange , a web-based Asset Management Program Learning Environment (AMPLE) is envisioned serving the above audience and designed to cater to various needs and experience levels.” </li></ul>
    5. 5. How To Use AMPLE
    6. 6. How To Navigate AMPLE
    7. 7. What Is AMPLE
    8. 8. Getting Started in Your AM Program
    9. 9. Quality Framework
    10. 10. Core Life-Cycle Process Guidelines
    11. 11. Effective Implementation
    12. 12. Interactive Training – Tom’s Bad Day
    13. 13. Self-Assessment “Gap” Analysis
    14. 14. Step by Step Approach & Filters Level of Sophistication Time Advanced Level 3 Intermediate Level 2 Basic Level 1 5% Assets 20% Assets 100% Risk 1 Risk 2 Risk 3
    15. 15. Future AMPLE Product Elements LCC = Life Cycle Cost Analysis Processes LCC 2 Level 2 Process LCC 2 Manual guideline LCC 2 Case Study LCC 2 Tools
    16. 16. WERF – AMPLE Tool 3 Year Evolution This spreadsheet shows the detailed development of the TEAMQF quality elements over the three years.
    17. 17. Where to From Here? Training Accreditation Qualifications Research Discussions Tools Agency SOPs Examples/ Case Studies