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Getting Value Out of Your 2021 O. Reg. Compliant AMP

 

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Session date:
February 9th, 2021 at 10:00am - 10:30 am or 1:00pm - 1:30pm ET
March 9th, 2021 at 10:00am - 10:30 am or 1:00pm - 1:30pm ET


 

 

Nearly three years ago Ontario municipalities were introduced to legislated deadlines for their asset management program development. When O. Reg. 588/17 was first released, most municipalities were in the early stages of asset management yet they were faced with two glaring deadlines: Adoption of an asset management policy by July 2019 and development of an asset management plan (AMP) for all core assets by July 2021.

As the second deadline is less than a year away, Ontario municipalities should be working towards the development of a comprehensive AMP that will drive efficiencies and reduce risk across every department. In our upcoming webinar, John Murray, General Manager of Asset Management Strategy and Performance at PSD, will provide a complete review of O. Reg. 588/17 requirements for a 2021 AMP. Drawing from his years of consulting and practical experience in the field, John will focus on how municipalities can get the most value out of the AMP development process. Asset management practices are far more important than just becoming O. Reg. compliant; a well-developed asset management program contributes to long-term sustainability and an AMP informed by good data sets the stage for continued program improvement.

Register your asset management team for our webinar and ensure your municipality gets the most out of completing your 2021 O. Reg. compliant AMP.    

 

Panelist: 

John Murray, General Manager of Asset Management Strategy and Performance, oversees the development and implementation of asset management programs and plans for local governments and other public sector organizations across the country. As a leader in asset management, he facilitates knowledge exchange and collaboration with municipal experts and industry leaders, both nationally and internationally. Previously, John served as the Manager of Asset Management within the Public Works Department at the City of Hamilton. He was with the City of Hamilton’s Public Works department for 20 years and has extensive experience in infrastructure management practices and computer information systems. John is the Past President of the Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) and is currently a member of FCM’s Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP) Technical Working Group. John has completed his certification in Asset Management from the Institute of Asset Management (IAM).