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Determining operational need Asset Management of civil infrastructural works Melchert Rijks 03 april 2012 1 Introduction Determining operational need for long term Asset Management policy of civil infrastructural works

Asset Management Control International Masters School Supervisors: Michel Kuijer Gerard Schouten 03 april 2012 2 Agenda

Dissertation Presentation Public Defense Assessment by the Examining Panel Presentation of Results and Diploma Reception Closing 03 april 2012 3 Research 03 april 2012 4

Research How can operational need be determined so that a long term asset management policy for a civil infrastructural work can be developed with the aim of achieving cost effectiveness during its life cycle? asset management policy operational need cost effectiveness

influence on organisation 03 april 2012 5 Policy on civil infrastructure 03 april 2012 6 Operational need 03 april 2012 7

Operational need Operational need is a statement of required capability, reliability and availability. 03 april 2012 8 Operational need

formulation of the problem formulation of a concept policy evaluation of the concept policy from the point of view from the stakeholders iteration repeat evaluation 03 april 2012 9 Operational need Determination of requirements

03 april 2012 10 Cost effectiveness 03 april 2012 11 Cost effectiveness Expert Analysis Markov analysis Failure mode, effect and criticality analysis Parts Count Analysis

Hazard and operability study Reliability Block Diagram Human Reliability Analysis Fault tree analysis Event Tree Analysis Task Oriented Probability of Abnormalities Analysis for Software LCC-analysis 03 april 2012 12 Cost effectiveness System functionality

Operational (sub) functions Technical (sub)functions Basic functions 03 april 2012 13 Cost effectiveness 03 april 2012 14 Influence of operational need Organization

Sober performance High performance Size (no. of Decreases, expected is that in this Decreases, the organization will be employees) scenario intervals of certain tasks will be smaller, because a high level of skills is larger. This will put a smaller strain on

necessary for tasks. Outsourcing is the organization (less tasks per shift). therefore unavoidable The organization can do with less employees. No. of tasks Decreases, because of the lower Equal, the number of tasks is expected ambitions, certain tasks (cleaning,

to be equally. Improvement in scheduling replacement of lamps, non mandatory of tasks (clustering), in efficiency of checks) will have a lower frequency. tasks (for example by better tools and methods) is necessary to increase performance (more reliability and availability) Education Equal, although the number of tasks

Shift in education, there will be a shift decreases due to larger intervals, the from technical orientated employees to type of tasks will be the same. management orientated employees, Employees with the same type of skills because outsourcing and better (mostly technical) will be necessary. scheduling demands good management

skills. 03 april 2012 15 Conclusion & recommendations Literature what is expected from the policy executing organisation; the ability of the organisation to execute the policy; willingness of the organisation to execute the policy.

03 april 2012 16 Conclusion & recommendations Current practice ambiguous goals no functional requirements 03 april 2012

17 Conclusion & recommendations Operational need Iteration Systems Engineering

NEN 2767-4 03 april 2012 18 Conclusion & recommendations Cost effectiveness LCM-model Change in operational need leads to change

in asset managing organisations cos t effectiven ess performanc e life cycle cos t 03 april 2012 19 Conclusion & recommendations 03 april 2012 20

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