Improve business performance with sustainable asset management
Achieving sustainability goals is on top of the agenda for many organizations. On the one hand because governments, employees and clients demand this, and on the other hand because as an organization you want to contribute to a better world. With sustainable asset management, you can be confident that your assets meet the objectives set by your organization. But how do you design effective asset management? We would like to help you.
We help organizations design and build a solid asset management organization. Working according to the asset management methodology (the NEN-ISO55001) means that your organization effectively translates your strategic goals, tactical processes and operational execution. This brings control to the organization and gives direction to your assets.
Compris ensures that the right match is made between your issue and our professionals to ensure you can rely on an effective and sustainable/circular asset management system.
Compris makes asset management work for organizations. With over 60 asset management professionals, we ensure that organizations (re)gain control over their complex infrastructure, production and logistics systems. Compris understands technology and the people who work with it. This combination enables us to successfully support organizations in their journey towards asset management maturity. Compris professionals are characterized by their pragmatic and professional attitude.
But how to implement the formulated strategy? We guide your organization in devising, defining and setting up the asset management organization. For example, what roles are there in terms of managing the assets? After establishing the strategy and policy, the organization is ready for the next step: actually implementing the established plans.
Practical examples of successful asset management
Together with Royal Schiphol Group's energy team, we optimized the energy management system and ensured that the system meets the ISO 50001 requirements.
Municipality of Amsterdam
By reviewing and restructuring the current inspection framework, we guided the City of Amsterdam with a clear policy and approach to monitor and inspect their civil structures (bridges and quay walls). This allows them to fulfill the ambition to professionalize risk-based management of these assets.
Bol.com had never been an asset owner before. An important strategic question therefore was to what extent bol.com wanted to maintain assets themselves and what kind of organization would be appropriate to outsource some of the maintenance work. Together with Compris, the asset management organization, processes and tooling were designed.
HTM transports nearly 100 million passengers a year. The company has a massive challenge in managing and maintaining the rolling stock and infrastructure for operations. For European tender preperations, HTM asked Compris for guidance on the asset management aspects.