Improving Services to Customers in the Pacific: Condition Assessments

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Improving Services to Customers in the Pacific: Condition Assessments

14 April 2021

 

The workshop was based on the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) manual Condition Assessment and Asset Performance Guidelines – Water Supply and Sewerage. This document dealt with the management of water and sewer assets. 

 The following topics were discussed: 

  1. Asset management in general and the international standard ISO55000 
  2. Levels of Service 
  3. Information management 
  4. Condition assessment and ratings 
  5. Data analysis 

This workshop covered some theory and focused on the practical aspects of condition assessment and maintenance planning. 

This learning event is part of the Pacific WASH webinar series that serves as a regional platform to advance knowledge and learning in utility operations and the broader WASH sector practice. 

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
14 Apr 2021 Guideline Document ADB Water Utility Asset Management Guide
This publication, ADB Water Utility Asset Management Guide, involves achieving the least cost and least risk of owning and operating assetsover their ...
14 Apr 2021 Presentation Asset Management: Condition and Performance
The speakers set the scene with an overview of the discipline of asset management. He highlighted the importance of asset managers knowing their assets...
Dean Taylor, Sharvint Chand, James Young, Mohammed Rafiqshan Ali, Rhiannon Morgan
14 Apr 2021 Breakout Room Presentation Condition Assessment Examples
The practical aspects of condition assessment were discussed in small groups allowing participants to examine real world examples of assets, make condition...

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