How confident are you that your organisation’s assets will meet their objectives?
In many cases, extensive time and resources are spent in developing systems to capture and calculate a variety of KPI’s. But the same cannot be said for deciding which KPI’s should actually be measured and what their target performances should be. Understanding what to measure, why you are measuring it, and what your target should be is a complicated process. If not done carefully, it can lead to decisions being made in isolation and with little connection to organisational goals.
Asset Health Indices (AHI) are a way for organisations to understand asset performance within the context of organisational value. They are a composite measure of asset health aligned to organisational objectives which can be used to drive informed decision making.
Join us on a journey of discovery as we show how AHI can be used as a tool for effective Asset Management.