|Wednesday 5th February 2014 - London|
|What is ISO55000?||Launch and speaker details||ISO Project||Buy ISO55000||An Anatomy|
The International Standards Organisation published ISO 55000 (the new suite of Asset Management standards) on 15th January 2014. This was
the culminationof a three years of work by ISO/PC251 a project committee initiated by the IAM through BSI and, on 5th February, IAM and BSI
collaborated to mark this significant step forward by holding a Launch Event in London.
You can listen to each of the very short main speeches or the Q&A session by clicking selected items here. We are very grateful to all of them
and we hope you will find their wide range of views interesting. If you prefer to listen to the whole event, you can choose this at the foot of this
page. You can read short biographies of our speakers on the original event listing page by following the link below.
There are other links from this page to help you find out about: the background to this project; PAS 55, the forerunner ‘standard’; Asset
Management as a discipline (we suggest you read the ‘Anatomy’ first); and, of course, we encourage you to buy ISO 55000, which is on sale to
our Members at a significantdiscount.
Do take the opportunity to visit the rest of our website as well!
"The Institute of Asset Management is proud of the success of PAS55 over the last decade and for instigating and supporting the development of ISO55000"
“ISO is pleased to acknowledge the base document BSI PAS 55:2008 by designating the new Asset Management standards ISO 55000, 55001 and 55002”
“BSI is proud to have worked closely with the Institute of Asset Management in developing the internationally successful PAS 55, and to have provided the support to drive the development of the ISO 55000 series.”
“PAS55 was a best-seller all around the world and many people expect the ISO 55000 series to join the small handful of management systems standards that organisations around the world recognise to help them manage their business better.”
"National Grid was the first utility worldwide to achieve the British Standards Institute Publicly Available Standard in Asset Management (PAS55). This has enabled us to share learning and best practice across our business and other businesses outside the sectors we operate”
“Stakeholder engagement is vital at National Grid as we work to upgrade and expand our energy networks. It’s fantastic that the new standard has a strong link to stakeholder requirements”
“National Grid’s job is to connect people to the energy they use every day. We work hard to ensure our energy networks remain safe, reliable and efficient. The new international asset management standard reinforces the discipline of ensuring businesses have effective and thorough asset management processes in place.”
The IAM sells ISO 55000 to Members at the
lowest possible price, courtesy of BSI.
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