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Status of the ISO 55000 Asset Management System Standard. Jim Dieter, MIAM CPPM CF US/ANSI Head of Delegation to ISO PC 251 Chair of the US TAG to PC 251 Subcommittee Chair, ASTM E53.10 Director of Strategic Programs, Sunflower Systems. July 2012. The Need for Standards.

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status of the iso 55000 asset management system standard

Status of the ISO 55000 Asset Management System Standard

Jim Dieter, MIAM CPPM CF

US/ANSI Head of Delegation to ISO PC 251

Chair of the US TAG to PC 251

Subcommittee Chair, ASTM E53.10

Director of Strategic Programs, Sunflower Systems

July 2012

the need for standards
The Need for Standards
  • As emerging economies develop more rigorous business practices to help manage growth, standards around how organizations manage their assets will support international trade by leveling differences in how business is grown and managed
the need for standards1
The Need for Standards
  • Risk awareness has become a very high concern among business executives and government officials:
    • The world has suffered from major industrial disasters, the financial crisis and great recession, and continued global instability caused by civil unrest and economic duress of certain nations
    • There is a need for an element of stability and this standard intends to be a leveling force for international trade
background standards organizations
Background: Standards Organizations
  • ANSI – American National Standards Institute
  • ISO – International Organization for Standardization, European based developer of international standards
  • ASTM – ASTM International is a US based developer of international standards
standards development committees
Standards Development Committees
  • PC 251 – ISO Project Committee tasked with developing a management system standard for Asset Management
  • US Technical Advisory Group (US TAG) - ANSI sanctioned US group participating in PC 251
  • ASTM E53 – ASTM standards committee for asset management standards, and the ANSI sanctioned host of the US TAG to PC 251
topics
Topics
  • Facts – what’s happened and what’s the schedule?
  • Players – who’s involved?
  • Concepts – what’s new?
  • Take aways – what’s in it for you?
timeline status
Timeline Status

Mar 2011

Jun 2012

April 2013

Feb 2014

Feb 2012

Oct 2011

CD2

For Ballot

DIS

May 2011

Distribute

WD2

Sep 2011

WD2 Comments

RCVD

CD1

For Comment

iso 55000 history and schedule
ISO 55000 History and Schedule
  • 2000: First three ASTM E53 Asset Management standards published
  • 2004: PAS 55 published
  • Winter 2009: BSI proposes PAS 55 as the basis for an ISO Management Systems Standard for Asset Management
  • Spring 2009: ASTM E53 decides to engage in the ISO Asset Management standards development process
  • November 2009: ASTM E53 approved as official US Technical Advisory Group (US TAG) by ANSI
iso 55000 history and schedule1
ISO 55000 History and Schedule
  • June 2010: Preliminary Meeting of ISO Asset Management committee in London
  • September 2010: ISO approval of PC 251, Asset Management Systems
  • January 2011: First Working Draft (WD1) released
  • February 2011: US comments on WD1 submitted
iso 55000 history and schedule2
ISO 55000 History and Schedule
  • March 2011: First Official Meeting of PC251 in Australia
  • April 2011: Working Draft 2 (WD2) released for comment
  • June 2011: US TAG Face-to-Face Meeting at ASTM HQ in Philadelphia
  • August 2011: US comments on WD2 submitted
iso 55000 history and schedule3
ISO 55000 History and Schedule
  • October 2011: Second Official Meeting of ISO PC251 in Arlington, VA (hosted by US TAG)
  • November 2011: First Committee Draft (CD1) for comment released
  • December 2011: US TAG Face-to-Face meeting to craft US comments at AMP Conference in Bonita Springs, FL
  • January 2012: US comments on CD1 submitted
iso 55000 history and schedule4
ISO 55000 History and Schedule
  • February 2012: Third Official Meeting of ISO PC251 in Pretoria, South Africa
  • March 2012: Second Committee Draft (CD2) for comment released
  • April 2012: US TAG Face-to-Face meeting to craft US comments at Meridium Conference in Jacksonville, FL
  • May 2012: US comments on CD2 submitted
iso 55000 history and schedule5
ISO 55000 History and Schedule
  • June 2012: Fourth Official Meeting of ISO PC251 in Prague, Czech Republic
  • August 2012: Planned release of Draft International Standard (DIS) for Ballot
  • TBD: US TAG Face-to-Face Meeting to discuss and comment on the DIS for Ballot
  • April 2013: Fifth Official Meeting of ISO PC251 in Calgary, CA
  • TBD 2013: Final ballot
  • February 2014: Target date for the release of ISO 55000
iso 55000 structure
ISO 55000 Structure
  • ISO 55000: Overview, Principles and Terminology
    • A (critical) marketing document (why)
  • ISO 55001: Requirements
    • The “shall” statements (what)
  • ISO 55002: Guidelines
    • Explanations and examples (how)
topics1
Topics
  • Facts – what’s happened and what’s the schedule?
  • Players – who’s involved?
  • Concepts – what’s new?
  • Take aways – what’s in it for you?
slide17

ISO/PC251 Participating Countries

1. Argentina

2. Australia

3. Canada

4. Chile

5. China

6. Czech Republic

7. Denmark

8. Finland

9. Germany

10. India

21. Spain

22. Sweden

23. United Kingdom

24. United States of America

25. United Arab Emirates

26. Japan

27. France

28. Switzerland

11. Ireland

12. Italy

13. Republic of 14. Korea

15. Netherlands

16. Mexico

17. Norway

18. Peru

19. Portugal

20. South Africa

us tag participating organizations
US TAG Participating Organizations

Stratum Consulting Partners

E-ISG Asset Intelligence

sponsorship opportunity
Sponsorship Opportunity
  • Anyone can participate in E53.10 or the TAG
    • For the US TAG there is a $1,000 initial application fee and $250 annual participation fee.
  • Recommend that you join both ASTM Committee E53 as well as the US TAG.
    • Katerina Koperna– kkoperna@astm.org - will furnish information about joining ASTM.
  • Contact any E53.10 officer for further details regarding joining the TAG.
topics2
Topics
  • Facts – what’s happened and what’s the schedule?
  • Players – who’s involved?
  • Concepts – what’s new?
  • Take aways – what’s in it for you?
concepts what s new
Concepts – what’s new?
  • Asset
    • Asset or property?
    • Asset life
  • Asset Management
  • Asset Management System
federal property and administrative services act of 1949
Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949
  • “…to provide for the Government an economical and efficient system for”:
    • the procurement and supply of personal property and nonpersonal services
    • the utilization of available property
    • the disposal of surplus property
    • records management
  • Title II – Property Management
iso 55000 definitions
ISO 55000 Definitions
  • Asset – something with potential value to an organization and for which the organization has a responsibility
  • Asset System - group of assets that interact and/or are interrelated so as to deliver a required business function or service
  • Asset = Asset System
iso 55000 definitions1
ISO 55000 Definitions
  • Asset is the term used around the world
  • NPMA, ASTM E53 and government entities are adopting the term
asset life
Asset Life
  • Asset life is defined as the period from its conception to end of life
  • Assets often pass through identifiable asset life stages
  • The description (and naming) of stages can differ for different assets and different applications/organizations
  • An asset system, through the replacement, modification and/or maintenance of component assets, may even have an indefinite life
responsibility period
Responsibility Period
  • The “responsibility period” is the period of time over which an organization has accountability for an asset and can be within one or many of the assets life stages
  • The role of asset management is to maximize value from assets across each of the asset life stages that fall within or in some instances beyond the "responsibility period" of the organization
responsibility periods
Responsibility Periods

Asset Management Lifecycle for Organization 2

Asset Management Lifecycle for Organization 1

asset management life cycle
Asset Management Life Cycle
  • An asset holds continuing value potential to one or more organizations over its life
  • Asset life does not necessarily coincide with the period over which any one organization holds responsibility for the asset
asset management
Asset Management
  • Asset management enables the realization of value from assets
  • Value realization is achieved through the use of analytical approaches and implementation processes that have similar core characteristics, no matter what the industry
concepts what s new1
Concepts – what’s new?
  • Asset
    • Asset or property?
    • Asset life
  • Asset Management
  • Asset Management System
iso required management system definition
ISO Required Management System Definition
  • Management System – Set of interrelated or interacting elements of an organization to establish policies and objectives, and processes to achieve those objectives
iso required management system definition1
ISO Required Management System Definition
  • These standards describe a Management System for Asset Management
  • They do not describe processes for the management of assets
  • ASTM E53 standards cover life cycle functions of the management of assets
topics3
Topics
  • Facts – what’s happened and what’s the schedule?
  • Players – who’s involved?
  • Concepts – what’s new?
  • Take aways – what’s in it for you?
what s in it for your organization
What’s in it for your organization?
  • ISO 55000 promises to be a widely recognized and adopted international standard
  • Assurance that they are doing the right things
  • Focus is on supporting the mission and objectives of your organization
  • Realizing value from the organization’s assets
what s in it for you
What’s in it for you?
  • Better enable all of us to do our jobs
  • Increased management awareness of asset management
  • More “transportable” job skills and expertise
  • More opportunities
astm e53 10 committee iso asset management activities officers
ASTM E53.10 Committee ISO Asset Management Activities Officers:

Chair: James Dieter, CPPM CF, Sunflower Systems, jdieter@sunflowersystems.com

Vice Chair: Scott Morris, Genzyme, scott.morris@genzyme.com

Recording Scott Pepperman, Executive Director, National Association Secretary: for the State Agencies for Surplus Property, ExecutiveDirector@nasasp.org

Membership Kim Doner, CPPM, SRA International, kim_doner@sra.com

Secretary:

ASTM Staff Katerina Koperna, ASTM International, kkoperna@astm.org

Manager