Austroads’ Minimum Levels of Componentisation for Road Infrastructure Assets: Guideline has been developed to:
- improve integration of Asset Management and Financial Management disciplines
- provide prescriptive guidance regarding minimum levels of componentisation
- provide a benchmark to stakeholders and users (i.e. road management authorities and auditors)
- enable equitable reform initiatives.
The Guideline provides a structured approach to determining a recommended ‘item definition approach’ and the associated ‘minimum inventory data requirements’ for groups of road infrastructure assets.
This webinar will provide you with an overview of Austroads’ Guideline for Minimum Levels of Asset Componentisation for Road Infrastructure Assets, and how to apply it.
You’ll learn about:
- the need for the Guideline
- the inconsistencies in current industry practice
- how the Guideline can be used to drive harmonisation for terminology, asset classification structure and item definition
- implementation considerations and associated benefits
This webinar will be beneficial for asset management, financial management, financial reporting and auditing practitioners.
Join in a live Q&A with our presenter to ask questions about the Guideline.
Presented by Gary Rykers and Andrew Golding
Gary Rykers is an asset management professional with 20 years of experience across the transport industry, both managing large infrastructure portfolios and providing advisory services to road management authorities. He was a contributing author to the Austroads Data Standard for Road Management and Investment in Australia and New Zealand. Gary is the Technical and Stakeholder Lead for this project.
Andrew Golding is the Director of Transport System Asset Management with the Department of Transport and Main Roads in Queensland. Over the past 20 years, he has been at the forefront of development of asset management capability, systems, information and processes within the Department. Andrew is the Project Manager for this project.
No charge, but registration is essential.
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