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Webcast: Nova Scotia Power Asset Management Journey

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Original date: 
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Abstract: 
Nova Scotia Power owns, operates and maintains the majority of its power production. This is in the form of thermal steam units, combustion turbines, hydro, tidal, wind and biomass. Like in any business, the stakeholders expect cost efficient and reliable electricity supply, while technical people expect to understand the risks, operators and maintainers expect safe and trustworthy equipment. A need to run leaner and more profitably is a challenge that a strong asset management program can support. This webcast will highlight NSPI’s approach to building an asset management program in our power generation fleet. See how NSPI consciously chose innovative technologies and techniques to get results and avoid the pitfalls when following the process “by the book”. Hear what NSPI learned along the way and how to improve as they move forward in the never ending journey of asset management.​
BoK Content Source: 
Practitioner Produced
BoK Content Type: 
Webcast
Asset Management Framework Subject: 
03 Lifecycle Delivery, 3.05 Maintenance Delivery, 04 Asset Information, 4.00 Asset Information General
Maintenance Management Framework Subject: 
01 Business & Organization Context, 1.0 Business & Org Context General, 02 Maintenance Program Mgmt, 2.0 Maintenance Program Mgmt General, 04 Tools and Tactics, 4.0 Tools and Tactics General, 09 Information Management, 9.0 Information Management General
Author Title: 
Senior Engineer, Asset Management Office
Author Employer: 
Nova Scotia Power Inc.
Author Bio: 

Warren is a professional Mechanical Engineer and Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional with over 15 years in engineering and asset management. Formally trained as a mechanic prior to becoming a professional engineer, Warren’s background gives him a unique perspective on maintenance and reliability. His skills and experience have helped to build the current asset management program at Nova Scotia Power and lead the predictive maintenance program involving rotating and static equipment. Warren’s passion for reliability and asset management is in the challenges faced to keep equipment running without the business even knowing you were there.​