Deliver service levels. Manage cost and risk.
Improve performance across your asset base.
Service and asset availability, cost, efficiency, safety and environmental impact are all key drivers to ensure the successful provision of power and water. One of the biggest controllable variables in delivering performance is equipment availability and capacity. The challenge is to determine and deliver the best balance of risk, cost and performance from all assets.
Are you experiencing any of these problems?
- Escalating or unpredictable asset management costs
- Lower capital yet increasing service level requirements
- Requirement to more rigorously justify asset strategies
- Unknown levels of major failure risk
- Unplanned service outages
We specialize in supporting regulatory submissions through to system availability optimization, and maintenance strategy review and development. Our solution based approach will help you overcome your challenges and ensure your reliability improvement initiatives to be aligned, and delivering against, business performance goals.
How ARMS Reliability Helps
Featured Solutions for Power & Utilities
Asset Strategy Management
A holistic asset strategy and performance improvement process, focused on achieving the optimal balance of risk, cost...
Vulnerability Analysis Assessment (VAA)
A rapid, multi disciplined review of current operations vulnerabilities. Aligned to an organization’s risk...
Availability & Capacity Assessment
Determine predicted availability for new equipment, or de-bottleneck existing operations, taking into consideration...
Maintenance Strategy Optimization
Review current maintenance strategies for existing assets, using a proprietary mining equipment data base, and where...
Asset Investment Planning & Management
Optimize CAPEX and OPEX spend to deliver maximum value to the organization via alignment to corporate objectives, while...
Master Data Development
Improve work execution efficiency and build a foundation for performance improvement through consistent Master Data...