Maintenance Management Plans are an important part of extending asset life and meeting the goals of providing a high level of service for our Water and Wastewater Facilities.
To build a robust plan it is important to have the following components in the plan:
1. An established goal for maintenance.
2. Priorities established for critical and non-critical infrastructure.
3. Maintenance schedules and what is required.
4. Training for staff
5. Proper reporting and tracking.
6. Understanding when replacement of assets becomes a reality.
In Part 1 of this workshop, we will explore the concepts of a maintenance management strategy, prioritization of critical assets, developing a schedule and reporting system.
In Part 2 of this workshop we will develop a maintenance management framework and start developing a plan for a Pumphouse in the Town of Waterville, Alberta.
The workshop will be hands on so be prepared to bring a pen and paper and to work together in teams.
Presenter(s): Owen James, C.WEM, ENV.SP., MIAM, Asset Management Corporate Practice Head, Associated Engineering Alberta
Grant Dixon, Manager Regional Water, ATAP Infrastructure, Associated Engineering Alberta
Dates & Locations
- Session #4
- Mar 14, 2022 1:00pm - Mar 14, 2022 4:30pm
- Banff Rocky Mountain Resort - 1029 Banff Ave - Banff