WHAT CAN NETWORK OPERATORS LEARN FROM THE CRISIS?
A free online seminar by meliorate on 6 August 2020, 16.00 – 17.00 hours BST
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Meeting ID: 962 7702 8287
For utility and infrastructure organisations the current operating conditions provide challenging operational conditions. As we focus on maintaining asset performance and also protecting Health and Safety for staff what opportunities and insights are created which provide for innovation in the medium to long terms as we apply strategic asset management?
Even during normal operations, network operators must give high priority to their construction, maintenance and fault clearance measures. Measures are often postponed or re-scheduled at short notice. A well-rehearsed re-scheduling contributes significantly to achieving the targets in network operation. In the future, qualified personnel and service providers will become even scarcer. At the same time, the backlog of renewal in the networks will make ageing equipment more susceptible to faults.
The current pandemic shows which success factors make re-scheduling effective and ensure optimal decisions under time pressure. Learning from these experiences helps network operators to set the right course to master normal operations and crises even better in the future.
Join the conversation and compare your experience with those in Europe.
- Network owners, operator and managers
- Asset management professionals
- Health and Safety practitioners
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how modern asset management methods ensure fast and optimal decision-making – even under uncertainty. The insights will be shared are part of a wider European programme to build innovation into network management and operation.
We are meliorate, THE strategy and organisation consultancy for infrastructure operators. In 2011, we were founded as a spin-off of a large international consultancy and advise the major network operators in the German-speaking world on technical management.
MIKE BECK is partner at meliorate GmbH, board member of the German Chapter of the Institute of Asset Management e.V. and member of the DIN standards committee for the ISO 55000 series. With his background as a civil engineer and over 20 years of experience in the supply and distribution industry, he advises network operators in technical management.
ASHLEY BARRATT is Associate Partner at meliorate and a Council Member of the Institute of Asset Management. His professional experience is centred on the Infrastructure where he focuses on transformation and change.