LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 21: Scope of Asset Management Framework (PAS55)2
Figure 121: Rand Water Supply and Purification Systems6
Figure 122: Asset Management Plans7
Figure 123: Asset Management Planning and Management Structure8
Figure 124: Organogram9
Figure 151: Asset Management System Components12
The purpose of this document is to provide a framework for the adoption and implementation of asset management for Rand Water’s physical asset portfolio.
This framework applies to physical assets associated with production infrastructure under the jurisdiction of Rand Water. Assets consist of buildings and property, pipelines, civil structures, mechanical equipment, electrical equipment water treatment process plants, and automation equipment. It excludes human assets, financial assets, information assets, intangible assets, and movable equipment.
Figure 21: Scope of Asset Management Framework (PAS55)
The following documents must be read in conjunction with this Framework. Document Title| Document No.| Location| Quality Management System Requirements| ISO 9001:2000 | RW Library| Environmental Management System Requirements| ISO14001:2004| RW Library| Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations| OHS Act (85 of 1993)| RW Library| Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series| OHSAS 18001:2007| RW Library| International Infrastructure Management Manual – South Africa Edition 2006 | ISBN No:0-473-10685-X| RW Library| Asset Management Part 1: Specification for the optimized management of Assets| BSI PAS 55-1:2008| RW Library| Asset Management Part 2: Guidelines for the application of PAS 55-1| BSI PAS 55-2:2008| RW Library| Rand Water – Strategic Asset Management Process Guides – Know Your Assets| RW SAM 60001 BPM SIS| RW Library|
4. TERMS, DEFINITIONS & ABBREVIATIONS
These are terms used in the organization & are unique to the company terminology, business and culture.
AMFAsset Management Framework
AMPAsset Management Plan
KPIKey Performance Indicators
O&MOperations and Maintenance
R&DResearch and Development
SAMStrategic Asset Management
5. RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY
The Chief Executive is accountable and Portfolio Heads are responsible for the implementation of Asset Management in RW.
The General Manager: Strategic Asset Management is responsible for the implementation of Strategic Asset Management with regards to production infrastructure under the jurisdiction of Rand Water.
6. RECORD & DATA KEEPING
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7. DOCUMENT CHANGE HISTORY
The following table contains the history of this document with a description of each revision.
Date| Previous revision number| New revision number| Description of each revision| 23 Sep 2010| N/A| 0| First draft|
17 Nov 2010| 0| A| Second draft|
10 Dec 2010| a| B| Third draft|
17 Feb 2011| b| C| Fourth draft|
9 Mar 2011| c| D| Fifth draft|
8. ASSET MANAGEMENT DEFINITION
The following definition for asset management is adopted, based on PAS 55:
Asset Management is the...