At Actemium US, we understand the importance of maintaining your assets to offer peace of mind and to keep operations running smoothly. Our Asset Care service let’s companies focus on their core business. It is a service designed to prevent failures and incidents while ensuring sustainable, safe, efficient, and reliable operation. By extending the lifetime of our clients’ assets, we help maximize their return on investment.


Why Asset Care?

Industries such as food & beverage, life sciences, energy, and manufacturing require a proactive approach to identifying potential issues before they become costly problems. Every stage of a company’s asset lifecycle must be considered, from planning and implementation to daily use and end-of-life.

Project Lifecycle Services

Our asset care services include those required for any stage of a project.

Actemium US provided our Municipal customers with a Maintenance Support Services Plan Contract Agreement to maintain an automated plant or facility operating efficiently and without interruption is the aim of every municipal water and wastewater operations; having an annual Maintenance Support Services Contract Agreement achieves that goal.

The proper and uninterrupted operation of the SCADA assets controlling and monitoring the plant processes is vital to the municipality’s delivery of essential water and wastewater services to its population and meeting of Ministry compliance regulations.

Municipal plants and facilities with in-house technical support staff can mitigate these failures and interruptions with timely emergency response.  However, for some municipalities keeping well-trained in-house technical support staff is not always possible due to budget constraints.

Actemium US has setup a technical support program to offer ready support services for these municipalities. Actemium’s technical support team consists of service technicians, PLC programmers, and SCADA specialists that are assigned to be on standby to provide quick response and mobilization.

These support services are offered to our municipal clients in a yearly service contract.

Within our Maintenance Support Services Plan we provide the following

  • Workshops
  • Refresher Training Sessions
  • Computer Hardware Maintenance
  • Disk Space Inspection
  • Image Inspections
  • SCADA Program Backup
  • PLC Program Backup
  • OIT Program Backup
  • UPS Asset Inspection
  • Demand Software Maintenance and System Support
  • Annual field instrument calibration

The project life cycle of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) typically consists of several key phases:

Initiation: In this phase, the need for an EAM system is identified, and the project’s objectives and scope are defined. Stakeholders are identified, and a project team is formed. The initial requirements and feasibility analysis are conducted to determine the project’s viability.

Planning: In this phase, a detailed project plan is created, outlining the tasks, timelines, resource requirements, and deliverables. The project team defines the EAM system requirements, including asset inventory, maintenance strategies, data management, integration with other systems, and performance metrics. Risk assessment and mitigation strategies are also developed during this phase.

Execution: This phase involves the actual implementation of the EAM system. The project team works on configuring and customizing the software, integrating it with existing systems, and setting up data structures. Asset data is populated into the system, and any necessary training is provided to end-users. The implementation progress is closely monitored, and any issues or challenges are addressed promptly.

Monitoring and Control: Once the EAM system is operational, this phase focuses on monitoring its performance, ensuring data accuracy, and verifying that the system meets the predefined objectives. Key performance indicators (KPIs) are tracked to measure the effectiveness of the EAM system and identify areas for improvement. Regular maintenance and updates are performed to keep the system running smoothly.

Evaluation: In this phase, the project team evaluates the effectiveness of the implemented EAM system against the defined objectives and KPIs. User feedback and performance metrics are analyzed to identify any gaps or areas for optimization. Lessons learned during the project are documented to guide future EAM initiatives.

Closure: The final phase involves formally closing the project. A project review is conducted to assess the overall success, deliverables are verified, and any remaining tasks or issues are resolved. Documentation, including user manuals, training materials, and system configurations, is finalized. The project team is disbanded, and a post-implementation review is conducted to capture feedback and identify opportunities for continuous improvement.

It’s important to note that the specific phases and their durations may vary depending on the organization, project complexity, and other factors. Adaptations and iterations may be required to accommodate changing requirements and evolving technology.

Our asset care services include those required for any stage of a project.

  1. Development of Reliability Programs
    1. CMMS
    2. FMEA
    3. BOMs
    4. PM Labor Levelling
  2. Spare Parts Inventory Rationalization
    1. Inventory Value Reductions up to 20%
    2. Cash Flow can be directed elsewhere
  3. Maintenance Data Services
    1. Scrubbing
    2. Standardization
    3. Enrichment
  4. Storeroom Optimization
    1. Storeroom Design
    2. Parts Organization with Strategic Location
    3. Barcoding and Tagging
    4. Work Order Part Kitting and Staging
  5. Technical Writing
  6. SOPs
  7. Centerlining
  8. Clean, Inspect, Lube

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