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Asset Management - From PAS 55 Through ISO 14224 To ISO 55000

Hosted By: Tim Haïdar, EIC
06/06/2013
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About this Podcast...

In this podcast, we speak with Tracy Smith, Vice President at Stratum Consulting Partners a Global Alliance Partner of Infor EAM Solutions about how asset management can be streamlined and improved using the right combination of specific standards and best in class software.

Tracy is a certified and Endorsed Assessor (EA) of PAS 55, delivering PAS 55 gap analysis and accreditation services and he is part of the US Technical Advisory Group aiding in the development of ISO 55000 standard for asset management. In the course of his interview he lays out how PAS 55 - Optimal management of physical assets and ISO 14224 are key to the optimal management of any asset-heavy oil and gas organisation.

In this podcast he covers the following questions:

  • When it comes to asset management what are some of challenges that oil and gas operations face?
  • What do you think are the keys to solving these challenges?
  • What are Asset Management Standards and why are they important?
  • How is the EAM software used to implement Asset Management Standards and improve reliability?