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
There are no available options for this course at this time - please contact .