Assurance

ACT
Oct 08
A joint presentation with the Asset Management Council and Engineers Australia

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Assurance is the common language of Asset Management, Project Management and Engineering. The Asset Owner is looking to be assured, the Project Manager provides the assurance, the Engineer gives the assurance. Confidence in the delivery of service outcomes is highest when all three disciplines work together to assure each other though the life of the asset.

Come along to hear a perspective of giving and receiving assurance across the asset life cycle and discuss how Asset Management, Project Management and Engineering work together to deliver outcomes.

Members $0 | Non-members $35
CPD: 3 Points

Presenter:

Toby Horstead As a strategic Asset Management lead in the Solutions & Technology team at Jacobs, I bring more than 20 years’ experience working as the asset steward and with asset owners to develop strategic solutions to asset management challenges and opportunities. I am currently on the Board of the Asset Management Council, and I previously led the development and management of network and asset strategy for the Asset Standards Authority (ASA) within Transport for NSW. At the ASA I was tasked with developing and maintaining engineering assurance frameworks that reflect a whole of asset life approach across the $130B asset base and growth programs. I also led the development of the Asset Management Framework (AMF) and Governance Structure for Transport for NSW. Before joining the ASA I was responsible for the overall strategic approach and direction of the $1.1B Sydney Trains Asset Maintenance Program, and the strategy of the RailCorp $350M Track, Civil and Stations maintenance programs.

Toby Horstead

Event Partners

Asset Management Council
Engineers Australia