ISO55000 Standards

Quality Asset Management practices set out in ISO55000 will help your organisation focus the effort. This focus will help you in achieving the greatest business outcomes and deliver consistency, reliability and safer operations.

With APS's assistance, we can help develop your teams during the journey of improvement. We have had great successes with our baseline reviews and the subsequent GAP closure projects including Business Process development, Asset Strategy build, new software applications and CMMS upgrades. These changes will help fast track your improvement.



Asset Management Review

Reviewing your Asset Management department is a healthy and proactive approach to enhancing the delivery of robust engineering solutions, effective asset strategies, and quality planning to integrate maintenance into the site scheduling for execution.

Developing and actioning a continuous improvement plan is a sustainable approach to managing assets in a dynamic market where change is essential to stay competitive and produce more for less.

Business Process Improvement

A bad system will always beat a good person.

APS can assist in the implementation, development and improvement of your Business Process that aligns and supports ISO 55000. We have experts that can assist your teams recording your current practices and help manage the transition to your desired state. We have fully developed business processes we can help implement to your site that uses the current leading practices and technology.

Good systems permit ordinary people to achieve extraordinary results predictably.

What is ISO 55000?

The ISO 55000 series comprises three international standards:

- ISO 55000 provides an overview of the subject of asset management and the standard terms and definitions.
- ISO 55001 is the requirements specification for an integrated, effective management system for asset management.
- ISO 55002 provides guidance for the implementation of such a management system.

More Information on ISO 55000

Asset Management Implementation

A plan for Asset Management should take a "horses for courses" approach - not a one size fits all, but needs based - taking into account the basic information required. Beyond this, it should be built upon by the local asset Manager according to local needs.

This is often very difficult when dealing with the day to day operational requirements, APS can assist you in all or some of the journey. We have a solid track record of developing solutions based on needs and budgets.

How we work.


1Understand the current state
What APS are suggesting is a Asset Management review aligned to the ISO55000 Asset Management standards. The review will consist of a few days, where we work with your teams to identify what are your current success and potential improvement areas.

2Develop a roadmap to success
After APS understand your current state, we will work with your team to identify a number of solutions that will close you’re the GAP. We will help you identify a roadmap that met your timeline and organisational objectives. APS will focus on gap closure activities that will develop a sustained improvement.

3 Detailed GAP analysis
APS focuses on delivering executable results. Our goal is to always develop cost effective, value add solutions and create lasting efficiencies. Working directly with your team, APS will create a defined plan for success. APS guides your project from start to finish. Should we need third parties for this, APS makes sure they are involved. We have developed a strong network of reliable partners to ensure you achieve an enhanced result and a solution you are happy with.


4Transform your organisation
APS have a strong team of Asset Management experts with a focus on the organisational and culture change requirements that are needed to embed and sustain the improvements you require. This focus is often overlooked and leads to project failure, APS have great experience with change management, ensuring the Asset Management teams are involved and drive the outcomes of the change.


5Review and embed
Following a simple set of monitoring and controlling initiatives, each area within the organisation can manage the success of the improvement. The monitoring an controlling platform is set around some basic lean principles and the PDCA cycle. These processes can be set up by APS, and then managed internally to remain in control and sustain the improvement.