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This pack includes:
BS ISO 55000 Asset Management – Overview, principles and terminology. This introduces the critical concepts and terminology needed to develop a long-term plan that incorporates an organization’s mission, values, objectives, business policies and stakeholder requirements.
BS ISO 55001 Asset Management – Requirements. This specifies the requirements for the establishment, implementation, maintenance and improvement of an asset management system.
BS ISO 55002 Asset Management – Guidelines on the application of ISO 55001. This provides guidance for the application of an asset management system, in accordance with the requirements of ISO 55001.
These Standards can help organizations of all sizes and sectors to:
- Establish an asset management system to optimally manage assets;
- Implement, maintain and improve an asset management system;
- Comply with asset management policy and strategy;
- Demonstrate they’re applying best practise to others;
Seek certification of their asset management system by an external organization or make a self-declaration of compliance.
Asset Management is a critical component of any successful organisation. Successful businesses understand that the optimized management of their assets is vital to operational performance and profitability; and good asset management is becoming an expected normal practice in mature organizations around the world.
Since its publication in 2004, PAS55 has been an international success story. It is increasingly recognized as a generically applicable definition of good practices in the optimized management of physical assets.
That’s why BSI PAS 55:2008 was adopted as the ‘base document’ for the new ISO 55000 series that provides terminology, requirements and guidance for implementing, maintaining and improving an effective asset management system.