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Strategic Plan


Recognized as Canadian leaders in asset management.


Promoting and enabling excellence in maintenance, reliability, and asset management through collaboration, applied learning, leadership and advocacy.    


  • Integrity

  • Credibility

  • Leadership

  • Learning

  • Collaboration

Strategic Goals

Our key strategic goals to achieve in this strategic mission are:

  • A: Reinforce and enhance our offerings in maintenance, reliability and asset management
  • B: Raise awareness for the professional field of asset management
  • C: Grow the capacity of PEMAC to support our vision
  • D: Broaden community engagement through “connect, learn and contribute”
  • E: Set high standards for asset management excellence in Canada


Strategic Objectives:

A1: Number of offerings in the Maintenance and Reliability subject area.

B1: Advocacy - Number of presentations and articles by our members  to an audience that is "outside our current box" on the topic of Asset Management and/or the relationship between MM & AM.​ 

C1: Gross Revenue

C2: Number of courses being improved each year compared to roadmap.

C3: Number of new courses each year compared to roadmap. 

C4: Number of volunteers who participate.

C5: Governance - Compliance with road mapped transition plan re "Policy Board".

D1. Retention. Percentage of Members / Certificants from previous year who have renewed.

D2: Participant hours in programs (besides education and certification) including: MainTrain, Chapter Events, Webcasts & CPD Contributions to PEMAC.

E1: Participant-hours in PEMAC Education and Certification programs (MMP, AMP, CAMA)

E2: Number of Asset Management Certifications CAMP, CTAM, CPAM, CSAM Certifications Issued.


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Some suggestions will be implemented immediately if it's aligned and the resources are available. Others may need further development into a "Charter". Read the "Initiative Development Handbook" for more information on what happens with suggestions received.