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Asset Knowledge Primacy - AB Chapter Online Symposium (Part 6 of 7)

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Original date: 
Thursday, May 28, 2020
Abstract: 
Not all asset information is equal. Asset owning organizations benefit from having the right information at the right time. Asset knowledge primacy, an imperative to deliver operational excellence throughout the asset lifecycle. What is asset knowledge primacy? As the asset is developed and matures, stakeholders must calibrate data collection and exchange while curating fit-for-purpose asset information. Consistent thought-in-action leads to precision timing, relevance, and accuracy of information delivery. Successful asset knowledge capture is rarely accomplished efficiently or effectively. This doesn’t have to be so. In this presentation Chris Murphy will share an approach to provide asynchronous asset information delivery to best serve the life of the asset and support the organization to deliver value from the assets.
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Webcast
Asset Management Framework Subject: 
00 Asset Management - General, 02 Asset Management Decision Making, 2.03 Lifecycle Value Realisation, 03 Lifecycle Delivery, 3.00 Lifecycle Delivery General, 04 Asset Information, 4.02 Asset Information Standards
Maintenance Management Framework Subject: 
9.0 Information Management General, 9.2 Standards & Specification
Author Title: 
Senior Consultant
Author Employer: 
Encompass Value
Author Bio: 

Chris Murphy—CRL, CAMA, CPE—has more than 30 years of experience in plant maintenance, reliability, and comprehensive asset information in heavy industry, including power generation, oil & gas, logistics, mining, and smelting. Chris has experience working with tradespeople, engineering, IT, and related management and support roles. He has a certificate in asset management from the IAM, and is a Red Seal Journeyman Millwright. Chris has managed many CMMS data build and conversion projects, encompassing complete asset information lifecycle requirements for both large greenfield projects and brownfield operations. Currently, Chris provides both strategic and tactical leadership as a board director for PEMAC serving on numerous committees—local, national, and international—with the GFMAM.