Pragma’s approach to the development of a SAMP
Apart from combining our own expertise, methodologies and best practices with the requirements and guidelines provided by ISO 55000 and the GFMAM landscape, we make sure that we listen and learn as much as possible from your team. We take a great deal of care to ensure that we involve your team in the development of the SAMP and put proper change management in place for the successful adoption and utilisation of the SAMP. An engaged team that embraces and supports the SAMP is essentail for good results.
The asset information we include in the SAMP
The SAMP is a comprehensive plan that covers a large scope of asset-related information such as:
- asset type/class description
- the role of the asset/s
- asset population and age statistics for in-service assets
- asset characteristics, covering asset criticality and asset health indices
- asset performance information
- a summary of the life cycle activities for each asset class (planning, delivery, operations, maintenance and disposal and divestment).
When we gather the information to draw up the above, we assume that all asset management static and transactional data is correctly recorded and maintained in your EAM system.
Application areas of the SAMP
When completed, the plan we draw up for you comprehensively covers a range of physical elements in your organisation such as sites and areas of deployment (by name); asset systems and types; relevant staff, contractors and service providers who are involved in asset management related activities. It clearly indicates what and who is included or excluded.
A consolidated document construction
We design the SAMP as a multi-faceted collection of related information elements of various media types to enable the most efficient visualisation. This master document contains unique or summary information with references and/or hyperlinks to the detailed source data. We help you set up a fixed folder template to store all your source data.