Notice to SAAMA members: CSAM Designation

One of SAAMA’s main objectives is to uplift the professional status of the maintenance and asset management practitioners by raising the professional standards of maintenance and asset management in industry. As a major step towards achieving this objective, the SAQA Board approved the recognition of SAAMA as a professional body. It also approved the registration of the designation “Certified Senior Practitioner in Asset Management” (CSAM) to be awarded by SAAMA. Click Here

PROFESSIONAL BODY APPROVAL – SAAMA

 We are proud to announce that the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) Board has now approved the recognition of SAAMA as a professional body for an initial period of five years.  It also approved the registration of the designation “Certified Senior Practitioner in Asset Management” (CSAM) to be awarded by SAAMA.  This is the first designation that will be developed and awarded, to be followed by further designations indicating different levels of proficiency in Asset Management.

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SAAMA Conference : 4 – 6 June 2018

This year the SAAMA conference aim to explore Smarter approaches to enterprise asset management. With Industry 4.0 gaining momentum, permanent change is the new constant. From the daily fundamentals to strategically casting a futuristic vision, the focus is on doing these things Smarter.  Working Smarter will impact on the workforce (how they work and how they are managed), our assets (adapting to new and disruptive technologies) and operations (thinking differently about efficiency and connectedness).

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GFMAM COMMUNIQUE Feb 2018

The 18th face-to-face Council meeting of the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM) was hosted in Paris, France by the Institut Français d’Asset Management Industriel et Infrastructures (IFRAMI) from February 11 to 15, 2018 after the ISO TC 251 committee meetings. The ISO TC 251 committee is responsible for the development of the ISO 55000 Asset Management standards.

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From left to right: Mahmood Mirza, Johannes Coetzee, Dave Daines, Naoki Takesue, John Hardwick, Vlad Bacalu, Nezar Shammasi, Gilles Bocabarteille, Erin Erickson, David McKeown, Edmea Adell, Tsutomu Nakamura, Cindy Snedden, J.P. Pascoli, Celso de Azevedo, Paul Daugalis,
Shon Isenhour