• Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP)

  • Our Introduction

    AMCO Integrity Pty. Ltd is an independent company registered in Australia. It is a highly innovative engineering and consulting company engaged in state of the art R&D and product development in the energy sector, including renewable and small scale energies, and in high temperature plant issues in general…

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  • EDSE Technology

    The Electric Discharge Sampling Equipment (EDSE) was developed by our UK based partner in collaboration with international partners to aid in the condition and life assessment of components. The sampling of in-service components has long been seen as an effective way of determining actual material properties and sub-surface material

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  • Portable SFM Technology

    The Portable Scanning Force Microscope (Integrity-Scanning Force Microscope) has been developed for early stage damage detection such as creep cavitation (especially in P91 & P92 steels) which will not be found using traditional replication techniques.…

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  • Obikou

    Obikou is an on-site service for power, process and other high temperature plant and has shown to achieve creep life extension by a factor of about 4. It simply involves quickly reinforcing a potentially vulnerable or creep damaged pipe with multiple layers of thin high-temperature alloys strip that is wound/wrapped around a pipe thus halting/ reducing the development of creep damage….

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  • Research & Development

    AMCO has excellent expertise through its in-house R&D, plant service/technical
    consulting and project management experience and links with plant manufacturers,
    plant operators, service providers and researchers from around the world.

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The Strategic Asset Management Plan is a concise document, which :

  1. Describes how the asset management objectives are formed; and
  2. Specifies the Asset Management System which will deliver these asset management objectives

Asset Management Objectives

A strategic asset management plan (or asset management strategy) establishes the  objectives for your asset management approach:

  • The asset management objectives, consider and accommodate the asset management policy, corporate business objectives and internal/external stakeholder requirements.
  • The asset management objectives are met by top level frameworks defined for planning work, contingencies, risk management, key operational processes and continual improvement.

Asset Management System

The Strategic Asset Management Plan specifies the design of the Asset Management System which brings discipline to the business by aligning existing processes and strengths into the system and identifying gaps which need to be improved.

  • Stakeholder requirements for capable asset performance;
  • Measurable objectives which define good performance across many functions of asset management;
  • Information systems requirements;
  • Contracting and resource management strategy;
  • Contingency planning processes;
  • Integrated planning processes, balancing business growth with sustaining existing assets;
  • Operational processes which need to be managed and for which competency of the people can be tracked and supported;
  • Performance measurements and auditing processes to identify opportunities for improvement; and
  • Continual improvement planning and delivery.

The value to you and your organisation is the delivery of an easy to read reference document which specifies what must be implemented across the organisation and why.  Outcomes include gap identification and initiation of improvement processes which benefit teams and remove waste from the organisation.