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asset management

 

 

PMC MAKES YOUR TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP (TCO)
MORE COMPREHENSIBLE AND EASIER TO MANAGE

Asset Management is often defined in different ways that also depend on and are determined by the performing industry. PMC ensures that the asset (capital-intensive consumer good) performs optimally during the lifecycle for whatever (product or service) it has been designed for. This is accomplished in optimal form with respect to costs and with acceptable risks to the organisation.

 

The management of the physical assets (including maintenance, inspection and renewal) plays an important part in determining the operational performance and profitability of the industry. The assets operate as part of their core business. That applies to the total life cycle:

  • the design
  • the construction
  • the use
  • the breakdown

 

Asset Management is the art and science of making the right decisions and optimising the associated processes. A common objective is to minimise the cost of the asset as much as possible throughout the entire life cycle. Also, other critical factors – such as risk or business continuity – can be objectively considered in this decision-making.

This new professional discipline deals with the optimal management of the physical assets and their life cycle. It is a cross-disciplinary cooperation to achieve the best net sustainable value-for-money in the selection, design/acquisition, operation, maintenance and renewal/removal of the physical infrastructure and equipment.



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The goal of Asset Management and the associated process is to be able to intervene at any moment in the life cycle in question to improve and manage the process. This is applicable for all companies – from small businesses to large multinationals.

The method is defined by the plan of approach:

  • Drafting an Asset Management System to manage physical assets optimally and sustainably during their life cycle or long-term;
  • Implementing, maintaining and improving an Asset Management System;
  • Retaining and maintaining the conformity between the specified Asset Management policy and the strategy;
  • Demonstrating performance to others;
  • Possible certification/registration of the Asset Management System by an external organisation;
  • Self-determination and own declaration in accordance with PAS-55, for example.



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IMPROVEMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SIX SIGMA MODELl

Six Sigma is one of the most powerful improvement methods for organisations working with processes. Problems that can be seen, but whose cause is not known, can be addressed using the Six Sigma model.
Five steps are defined in this model:

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1. Carry out the zero measurement of initial parameters
2. Set up the Six Sigma structure
3. Train employees and management
4. Implement improvement projects
5. Retention in the quality system

Contact

Poldermans Management Consultancy
Tooroplaan 10
6006 PL Weert, the Netherlands
T + 31 495 525 364
E-mail info@poldermansmc.nl

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