One of the objectives of the GFMAM is to facilitate the exchange and alignment of maintenance and asset management knowledge and practices. Towards this aim the Certification Project has been initiated to research the certification schemes managed by member professional associations around the world, compare and describe them.
The Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM) has released The Asset Management Landscape ISBN 978-0-9871799-1-3 as a building block to provide a common overview and perspective of asset management and its various features.
The Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM) held its fifth face-to-face meeting from 16 – 20 October 2011 in conjunction with the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Practitioners (SMRP) Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC, USA. The theme for the conference was: Educate, Equip, Excel. Throughout the conference, there was great interaction between the SMRP Board of Directors and GFMAM representatives, with GFMAM representatives presenting five papers during the conference.
L-R Sally Nugent (Asset Management Council, Australia), Chris Yexley (PEMAC, Canada). Cindy Snedden (PEMAC, Canada), Joao Ricardo Lafraia (ABRAMAN, Brazil), Alex Stuber (European Federation of National Maintenance Societies), Tim Goshert (SMRP, USA), David McKeown (Institute of Asset Management, UK), John Hardwick (Asset Management Council, Australia), Athayde Ribeiro (ABRAMAN, Brazil), Nezar Al Shammasi (Gulf Society of Maintenance Professionals), Richard Edwards (Institute of Asset Management, UK)
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