Asset Management

Tangible Asset Management

How much do you know about Tangible Asset Management?

Newsletter – July 5 2016

What is the purpose of a tangible asset management strategy? It is to establish an Action Plan that can be pursued over the next decade or so in order to address the necessities associated with Infrastructure Management and Plant Maintenance.

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Newsletter – May 6 2016

When funding is limited or being limited by some other factors, the list of postponed repairs and maintenance can become very long very fast.

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Backlog Maintenance Management

Do you understand how to minimize the volume of deferred maintenance?

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Tangible Assets’ Verification

Have you recently done an Asset Identification or Asset Verification to ensure that your organization is compliant as regards the various acts? This has to be done thoroughly to ensure that each and every asset is identified and verified in terms of the requirements of the applicable acts.

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Asset Register Management

Do you have an accurate Fixed Asset Register? This is an extremely important question for several reasons but probably the most important reason from a legal point of view is that having a Fixed Asset Register (FAR) is a statutory requirement of the Companies Act and one of the areas external auditors MUST and DO focus on.

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Consequences of Inferior Tangible Management

A list of deferred maintenance projects and its accompanying financial analysis would not be enough information to make a case for funding. It is important to prioritize deferred maintenance projects.

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Importance of Managing Tangible Assets Appropriately

Asset Management is a systematic, strategic and complete approach to maintaining, upgrading and operating physical assets, such as electrical infrastructure, roadways, traffic control structures, bridges, water treatment plant.

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What is Fixed Asset Management?

Best Practices

Managing Immovable Assets

Newsletter – March 27 2015

The Management of Fixed Assets is a process of logic to guide the planning, acquisition, operation and maintenance, renewal and disposal of assets. Its objective is to maximize asset service delivery potential and manage related risks and costs over their entire lives. Through appropriate Asset Management, one would ensure that assets are capable of providing services of an agreed quality, in a sustainable manner for present and future generations. Asset management is implemented through an asset management program and typically includes a written asset management plan.

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Newsletter – October 28 2013

Maintenance projects with immediate health and safety related ramifications or business continuity implications should be categorised as "currently critical". Additional criteria might include the following: protecting the building envelope, increasing energy efficiency, updating aesthetics and boosting employee productivity and tenant retention/attraction.

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Skills Training

Skills Training – Courses and Workshops

These courses and workshops are designated to the training the company’s workforce

Training of Engineers, Technicians and Artisans

It is becoming glaring that there is a such an immense need for the training of more engineers, technicians and artisans if we are to adequately kick-start the construction and manufacturing in South Africa.

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Workshop – High and Medium Voltage Switching

Understanding your assets and how to manage and operate them effectively will facilitate their proper functioning therefore preventing outages, premature equipment failure and system shutdowns.

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