The ISPE Good Practice Guide: Asset Management provides practical guidance for establishing an asset management system that enables organizations to realize increased value from their assets, both physical and non-physical. This Guide identifies best practices in strategic asset management as outlined in the ISO 55000 series of standards. An effective asset management system translates the organization’s objectives into asset-related decisions, plans, and activities using a risk-based approach. This Guide provides recommendations, examples, and resources to help organizations in the development or improvement of their asset management system.
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