ISO 55001 in 3D

Organizations truly interested in making fundamental and sustained improvements to mission achievement performance will be interested in applying ISO 55000-based strategies to do so.

The ISO 55000 series details a framework on how to implement, leverage and advance asset management solutions and strategies. Organization’s may want to implement ISO 55000 is simply to improve performance and save money and resources when doing so.

The international standard for asset management visualized in 3 dimensions. For more information:

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The top 13 industries certified to the ISO 55001 standard for asset management. A cross-section of organizations across the global supply chain, primarily from the tertiary sector of the economy.

Here are the top 12 regions across the globe that have certified organizations to the international standard. For more information:

General Relevance: ISO 55000 Asset Management applies to all performance objectives for organizations that are reliant on assets to achieve desired outcomes. It is an international standard based on decades of applied theory, systems development, laws, regulations, and business process evolution. A dominant source for the ISO standard is PAS-55 (publicly assessable standard) published by the British Standards Institute (United Kingdom’s national standards body). Early examples of asset management –based legislation in the US include CFO Act, GPRA, Clinger-Cohen Act for IT. ISO 55000 recognizes asset management as a distinct professional discipline complementary to many other professional disciplines such as planning, design, program management, real estate management, facility management, and operations and maintenance management. The intention behind its release is to do for asset management what the ISO 9000 series has done for quality management and ISO 14000 has done for environmental management.