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Asset Management & Zurich Risk Engineering: A Mutual Ambition

At a glance

  • Assets make your business money, when your assets don’t perform your organisation doesn’t perform which in turn makes for unhappy shareholders
  • Understanding how the different elements of your assets are feeling; their health, allows you to take planned decisions
  • The value these decisions make for your organisation is critical to its success; avoiding unplanned losses is fundamental to the success of your organisation.

Let’s look at this very simply; your assets make your business money, when your assets don’t perform your organisation doesn’t perform which in turn makes for unhappy shareholders. Understanding how the different elements of your assets are feeling; their health, allows you to take planned decisions on when to repair or replace or perhaps how to modify your operation to simply keep them running; avoiding production heavy losses.

The value these decisions make for your organisation is critical to its success; avoiding unplanned losses is fundamental to the success of your organisation. Taking a holistic view on these decisions we find that they should and are likely to form part of an asset management system; it is this system, when correctly implemented, which provides assurance that organisational long-term objectives can be consistently and sustainably achieved.

With this in mind, we have put together guidance on how to learn from losses and keep businesses running: Asset Management Zurich Risk Engineering – A Mutual Ambition

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