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Communiqué on the 6th meeting of ISO/TC 251 Asset management,
15 to 19 October 2018, at the offices of Royal Haskoning DHV, Amersfoort, Netherlands
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“Have you ever felt like your engineering teams, financial teams and operational teams are speaking a different language?"
New ISO/TC 251 article explores the alignment between key asset management principles and the UN SDGs.
"Developing and maintaining a Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP)" is an intended complement to the ISO 55000 standards.
An ISO guidance article has been published describing how managing assets has developed into a recognised discipline.
The IAM worked with The Times’ special interest supplement, Raconteur, to deliver an asset management issue in light of ISO 55000.
Celebrating new standards ISO 55000, the IAM and BSI held a joint launch event at the Royal College of Surgeons, London.
The Institute of Asset Management has announced that the grade of Affiliate member will be phased out by 25th June email@example.com
During 2019, we will be celebrating our 25th anniversary and are delighted to share this milestone with our staff, members, volunteers and the wider asset management community.
Thanks to enthusiastic volunteers, NxtGen have been hosting insightful events and networking opportunities in the USA.
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