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Asset Management Training
Module 2 – Types of Facility &
Equipment Maintenance
On – Line Support & Knowledge Building
Mart...
Structure of On Line Learning
1. Asset Management Module – 4
2. Asset Management Learners Guide
3. Active Canberra Asset M...
On Line Learning Modules
1. Background and understanding of the role and
importance of facility and equipment maintenance
...
Module 2. Types of Facility Maintenance
1. Reactive
2. Scheduled Maintenance
3. Programmed
4. Capital Replacement
Who is R...
Exercise 2: Defining Maintenance Type
Identify what you believe
each equipment type
should have maintenance
against and gi...
Exercise 2: Defining Maintenance Type
Identify what you believe
each equipment type
should have maintenance
against and gi...
Must Prioritise Maintenance
1. Identify each piece of equipment in your facility
2. Understand how it will impact on the c...
Must Prioritise Maintenance
Reference
No.
Equipment/Assetname
Number
inarea
AssetClass Description PhysicalLocation Respon...
Storage of Equipment is Critical
1. Equipment needs to be stored properly and in the right
place
2. This will extend the l...
Module 2 Conclusion
1. You should be able to use the Asset Management Tool to
identify all equipment at your club
2. If yo...
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Asset & equipment management presentation 2016 module 2 v2.01

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Module 2 of 4 - Covering Types of Facility and Equipment Maintenance

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Asset & equipment management presentation 2016 module 2 v2.01

  1. 1. Asset Management Training Module 2 – Types of Facility & Equipment Maintenance On – Line Support & Knowledge Building Martin Sheppard Smart Connection Consultancy
  2. 2. Structure of On Line Learning 1. Asset Management Module – 4 2. Asset Management Learners Guide 3. Active Canberra Asset Management Tool Box
  3. 3. On Line Learning Modules 1. Background and understanding of the role and importance of facility and equipment maintenance 2. Types of facility maintenance 3. Funding strategy for asset and equipment maintenance 4. What is an asset management plan for your facility and how do you develop one
  4. 4. Module 2. Types of Facility Maintenance 1. Reactive 2. Scheduled Maintenance 3. Programmed 4. Capital Replacement Who is Responsible For Each Type?
  5. 5. Exercise 2: Defining Maintenance Type Identify what you believe each equipment type should have maintenance against and give rationale (10mins)
  6. 6. Exercise 2: Defining Maintenance Type Identify what you believe each equipment type should have maintenance against and give rationale Suggested Answers
  7. 7. Must Prioritise Maintenance 1. Identify each piece of equipment in your facility 2. Understand how it will impact on the community using the facility 3. Who’s role and responsibility is it 4. What type of maintenance should it have 5. Ensure you collect as much information as possible 6. Make sure its stored correctly 7. At end of life how are you going to dispose of it?
  8. 8. Must Prioritise Maintenance Reference No. Equipment/Assetname Number inarea AssetClass Description PhysicalLocation Responsibility AssetNumber SerialNumber Acquisitiondate Costof purchase Purchasedfrom (name) Estimatedlife expectancyfrom new(yrs.) Current Condition Estimated Lifeleft Forinstance Airconditioningunit 2Building CoolAirairconditioningunitRef1234SBC1234 Roofofbuilding Government 9876SBC1234 1/01/2008 $5,000 HarveyNormans 10Fair 3 Floodlights 3fixedequipment 100/200phillipslights Playingfield1 Clubtoreplaceand Maintain L123456 30/06/2010 250,000$ Phillips 10Good 5 Goalposts 8portableequipment aliminiumgoalposts-seniors Goalsstore Club 4/04/2012 2,000$ GoalCare 5Excellent 2 Courtnets 3portableequipment ITFNets Playingfieldno.1 Club 500$ 4Average 4 Bins 10landscape externalrubbishbins carpark Club 100.00$ 5 3 tablesandchairs 15portableequipment mainroom Toilet Club 500.00$ 6 2 Wallsandpainting 3Building Paintmainroomannualy Building Club 1 1 Examplesonly
  9. 9. Storage of Equipment is Critical 1. Equipment needs to be stored properly and in the right place 2. This will extend the life's expectancy of the equipment 3. Store in containers and cages to ensure safety and reduce theft and vandalism 4. Ideally one person in club has responsibility for all equipment 5. Adopt system to monitor and manage all equipment
  10. 10. Module 2 Conclusion 1. You should be able to use the Asset Management Tool to identify all equipment at your club 2. If you have a key person identified that person should be able to let the club know when equipment needs to renewing and repairing etc 3. It should also be able to demonstrate that the more frequently used equipment needs to be of a better quality to last the life expected etc 4. The Active Canberra Tool should be used

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