To assess Transport & Main Roads Queensland, South Coast Region current level of maturity against the ISO55000 series standards, and determine key priorities for improvement.
Phase I: Undertaking a region-wide maturity assessment of the South Coast Region against ISO55001 Asset Management Standards, we held a series of interview and workshops with a vertical slice of the organisation and key stakeholders to determine current levels of practice. Our specialist team worked closely with the regional management team to develop a formal assessment against the standard, as well as detailed gap analysis detailing requirements towards certification.
Phase II: Continuing support provided to the regional management team to implement significant structural and process changes across the organisation, including tasks such as:
- Development of Regional Strategic Asset Management Plan
- Creating Lifecycle Plans for key asset groups, aligning with state-wide AM planning process
- Guidance and support of organisational change to develop greater asset management capability
- Training and coaching of regional staff to introduce good asset management practice
- Development of Stakeholder Strategy and Plans
• A Baseline Maturity Assessment for the Region, with key areas for improvement identified.
• Key Findings from the assessment along with proposed Implementation Plan
• Regional Asset Management Framework with supporting documentation in development, including Strategic Asset Management Plan, Asset Lifecycle Plans, Strategic, Tactical and Operational Risk Registers
• Change management activities related to organisational structure changes, role descriptions, asset management practices and methodologies to support (e.g. condition assessment, asset deterioration modelling, lifecycle planning, etc)
• Following State-wide investment committee meeting, immediate additional funding ($40M) based on early-established asset management principles of comparative inventory & condition
• Greater understanding of existing asset condition, risks, stakeholder expectations, levels of service, investment requirements