Pengurusan Aset Air Berhad Asset management, PAAB perspective

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Pengurusan Aset Air Berhad Asset management, PAAB perspective
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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OVERVIEW PENGURUSAN ASET AIR BERHAD (“PAAB”)
2
OVERVIEW MALAYSIA’S WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY
3
ASSET MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
4
PAAB’S ASSET MANAGEMENT
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ASSET MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
6
ISSUES AND CHALLENGGES
7
SOLUTIONS AND METHODOLOGY
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SUMMARY
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1
OVERVIEW PENGURUSAN ASET AIR BERHAD (“PAAB”)
1.
PAAB was established in May 2006 with the primary
responsibility of developing nation’s water infrastructure in
Peninsular Malaysia and Labuan.
2.
PAAB is wholly-owned by the Government of Malaysia
(“GoM”).
3.
As at 31 March 2010, the paid up capital stood at RM 410
million.
4.
PAAB is tasked with the following objectives: -
a.
Construct, refurbish, improve, upgrade, maintain and repair
water infrastructure and all other assets in relation to the
system.
b.
Source and obtain competitive financing for the
development of the nation’s water assets.
c.
Assist the GoM to restructure the nation’s water industry.
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OVERVIEW MALAYSIA’S WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY
The Federal
The respective States in
Malaysia is responsible
for their water supply
services prior to the
amendments to the
Constitution.
In early 2003, the Federal
Government began the
restructuring process in
the effort to create a
more effective and
efficient Water Services
industry.
Constitutions was
amended in Jan 2005
whereby water supply
services on treatment
and distribution are
made to a joint
responsibility between
the State Government
and the Federal
Government.
The National Water
Services Commission
(“SPAN”) Act and Water
Services Industry Act
(“WSIA”) were
established to provide
framework and
regulated the water
services.
Existing States’ Water
Supply Departments to
be corporatized.
Establishment of PAAB to
hold the Facilities License
under the WSIA and
facilitate process of
transformation into new
water supply industry
framework.
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•Federal
Government
•State Government
•National Water
Resources Council
•SPAN
•PAAB
•Policy matters
•Water
matters
basin
•Governance
matters
Description
OVERVIEW MALAYSIA’S WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY (Con’t)
Area of Responsibility
Body
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•Development of a holistic water policy
for the country by setting policy
directions.
•Manage existing water basins with the
view of protecting the quality of raw
water and identifying new water basins
when required.
•Ensures coordination with the various
State Government in the management
of the water basins.
•Regulatory
matters
•Regulate the whole water industry
based on the policy directions set out by
the Federal Government.
•Asset Matter
•Manage existing water
develop future Assets.
assets
and
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2
OVERVIEW MALAYSIA’S WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY (Con’t)
States Water Assets as of Migration date
State
Signing Date
Asset Value
(RM - Mil)
Melaka
16-Dec-2008
770,328,815.15
Negeri Sembilan
31-Dec-2008
1,211,782,747.86
Johor
11-Mar-2009
4,303,846,267.54
Perlis
2-Aug-2010
85,311,054.18
Pulau Pinang
2-Jun-2011
655,248,416.64
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OVERVIEW MALAYSIA’S WATER SERVICES INDUSTRY (Con’t)
Malaysia has a total population of more than 28 million
The population growth is at 1.30% per year**.
Average population served with piped water supply is at 95.5%
(Urban coverage at 96.4% and rural at 94.7%)*
Reduction of Non
Revenue Water
( 35.19%)*
Improvement to
existing assets.
Funding future
water assets
developments.
Due to the increase in population
and the need to supply water,
Malaysia has embarked on
following initiatives:
*Source : SPAN Water Services Industry Performance Report 2010
** 2010 Demographic Indicators , Department Of Statistics
Economics of
operation and
maintenance
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3
ASSET MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
No Date Organization / Country
Activities
Remarks
1
1990 Australia, New Zealand State Governments in Australia put AM
and UK
into practice
Source : APIGAM
2
1997
Canada
Canada adopted AM
Source : APIGAM
3
2000
Interest on AM
Source : APIGAM
4
2007
United States of
America
PWD
(Public Works
Department)
National Asset and Facility Convention
2007 (NAFAM 2007)
Officiated by Former PM
Tun Abdullah bin Hj. Ahmad
Badawi 13 August
Formation of Government Asset
Management Committee (GAMC)
Jawatankuasa Pengurusan
Aset Kerajaan (JPAK)
24 August 2007
Workshop on Government Asset
Management Policy (GAMP)
23 January
Draft on GAMP to GAMC
27 February
Circulation of GAMC to other Agency
01 April
Finalization of GAMC and Total Asset
Management Manual (TAMM)
25 September
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2008
PWD
MAPMA
Established on Nov 2008
(Malaysian Asset and
Project Management
Association)
Initiated by PWD
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3
ASSET MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT (Con’t)
No Date Organization / Country
Activities
6 2009
PWD
Approval on GMAC and TAMM from
Ministry
Official launch on GMAC and TAMM
7
2010
CIDB
(Construction Industry
Development Board)
PWD
8
2011
PWD
CIDB
9
Achieving Better Value in Construction
Industry Through Value Management &
Life Cycle Costing
Remarks
20 Mac 2009
Seminar- 20 April
Development of TPATA (Government
Immovable Asset Management
Procedures ) and MySPATA (Asset
Management System for Immovable
Assets)
MySPATA Rollout
Asset and Facility Management
Implementation Manual
IAM Malaysia
IAM Malaysia Chapter formation
(Institute of Asset
Management, Malaysia)
2012
IAM
Submission on the Constitution to the
Registrar of Societies
International Seminar On
Asset And Facility
Management 16 Nov
Proterm 1st Meeting : 10 Nov
Proterm 2nd Meeting : 22
Dec

End of March / Early
April

1st AGM To be held on
May
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ASSET MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
OBJECTIVES OF GOVERNMENT ASSET MANAGEMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
Creation and Maintenance of Assets able to support the continuous
and smooth Government delivery system.
Systematic, holistic and sustainable approach in Asset Management
are uphold in optimizing the asset values.
Systematic, complete, accurate and data with integrity is always
available; and
The Total Asset Management practice is implemented and monitored.
COMPREHENSIVE GOVERNMENT AM STRATEGIES
NAFAM 2007 RESOLUTION :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Create the Government Asset Management Framework & Policy
Create the Mechanism/System to monitor the Functional Status of
Assets
Improve the procurement process of asset management services
Formulate the Financial Model for Asset Management ; and
Develop the competencies in Asset Management
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PAAB’S ASSET MANAGEMENT
What is Asset Management?
Asset Management as the systematic and coordinated activities
and practices through which an organization optimally and
sustainably manages its assets and asset systems, their associated
performance, risks and expenditures over their life cycles for the
purpose of achieving its organizational strategic plan.
. . . . . BSI-PAS 55-1 : 2008
Objective :
To Ensure All Assets Are Operated And Maintained By All Service
Licensees In a Sustainable And Cost Effective Manner, So That
They Provide The Required LOS For Present And Future
Customer.
. . . . . PAAB : 2009
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PAAB’S ASSET MANAGEMENT
Institute of Asset Management Conceptual Model
*Source : Institute of Asset Management
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PAAB’S ASSET MANAGEMENT
OBJECTIVE
To Ensure All Assets Are
Operated And
Maintained By All Service
Licensees In a
Sustainable And Cost
Effective Manner, So That
They Provide The
Required LOS For Present
And Future Customer.
OBJECTIVE
Water Service
Licensees is “Customer
Service”
Therefore
Water Service
Licensees must
maintain assets in
order to provide the
service.
A new management
practice is required
to provide a
sustainable and
economic service.
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PAAB’S ASSET MANAGEMENT(Con’t)
Centralized Total
Asset
Management
System
Meeting
water
demand
Rehabilitation
of Water
Supply
Systems
Economics of
operations
Goals
Development of
Critical Level of
Assets Criteria
Objectives
Complying
with standard
Standardization
and Of
Nationwide
Data
regulation
Model
Modernization of
Water Supply
Systems
Increasing
water
revenue
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4
PAAB’S ASSET MANAGEMENT(Con’t)
Current State of
the Assets
Long-Term
Funding
Strategy
Required Level
of Service
Asset
Management
Minimum Life
Cycle Costs
Critical Assets
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4
Source
PAAB’S ASSET MANAGEMENT(Con’t)
Pumping
Facility
Storage
Treatment
Consumer
Distribution
o All assets are not created equal
o All assets eventually fail
o Failures directly affect system
performance; failures constrained by cost
o Investment should be guided by the
likelihood and consequence of failure.
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ASSET MANAGEMENT : FRAMEWORK
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ISSUES AND CHALLENGGES
High Non
Revenue
Water
Low water
tariff
Poor loan
repayment
Meeting
water
demand
Rehabilitation
of Water
Supply
Systems
Economics of
operations
Delivery of
high quality
facilities and
services
Issues
Poor
conditions of
assets
Lack of
standardization
Lack of asset
management
system
Challenges
Complying
with standard
and
regulation
Modernization of
Water Supply
Systems
Increasing
water
revenue
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SOLUTIONS AND METHODOLOGY :
ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
1
2
Stage 1
Stage 2
Develop basic data templates for
data collection
Develop a simple data spreadsheet
in MS Excel and database in MS
Access
Populate the database
Verification and validation of assets
data
Development of Nationwide Data
Model.
Development of Criteria for Critical
Assets.
Development of Executive Web
Dashboard for Decision Making
Process
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- BASIC STEPS TO ASSET MANAGEMENT
Inventory
assets and rate
condition
Group and
classify assets
Establish asset
criticality and
level of service
standards
Track costs to
asset level
Assign
maintenance
schedules to
assets
Perform
condition
monitoring
Analyze data
to optimize
reliability and
costs
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
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- SYSTEMS SURVEY
Software
No
States
1
Johor
2
Melaka
3
Negeri
Sembilan
Asset
GIS
Modelling
Database
Land System
NA
Smallworld 4.0
NA
Oracle
NA
NA
Strumap 5
Inforworks
NA
NA
NA
ESRI
AQUIS
NA
NA
System
4
Selangor
NA
ESRI
AQUIS
NA
NA
5
Perak
NA
Strumap 5
Inforworks
NA
NA
6
Pulau Pinang
NA
Strumap 5
NA
NA
NA
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Perlis
NA
Mapinfo
NA
NA
NA
8
Kedah
NA
Mapinfo
NA
NA
NA
9
Kelantan
NA
ESRI
Bentley
Oracle
NA
10
Terenggannu
NA
ESRI
AQUIS
NA
NA
11
Pahang
NA
ESRI
NA
NA
NA
12
Labuan
NA
ESRI
NETBASE
NA
NA
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- CONCEPTUAL SYSTEM DATA MODEL
SPAN
KeTTHA
MOF
WO
Service Licensees @ Water Operators
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- DATA MODEL DEVELOPMENT
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- ASSET MANAGEMENT TOOLS
GIS & MCDM
o Map/maintain/re
port on existing
assets
o Planning
o Identify
suitable
alignments
o Analysis
o Budget VS
Constrain
o Integrate data
from other
systems
Asset Management
Software
o Asset-based tracking
o Improve response times
o Increase ratio of
proactive to reactive
maintenance
o Integrate with
purchasing, financial,
other systems
SCADA
oMonitor major assets
oMonitor system operation
oRemotely control
operations
oFlag problems quickly
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- GIS WEB DASHBOARD
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- GIS WEB DASHBOARD(Cont’)
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- GIS WEB DASHBOARD(Cont’)
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (Con’t)
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (Con’t)
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (Con’t)
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
THE ASSET MANAGEMENT TEAM ( PAAB @ WATER OPERATORS)
Cross Functional
All stakeholders should be represented
Key Players
Planning, engineering, O&M, finance, and IT
Job
Formulate implementation plan
Goal
Thorough, consistent program across the agency
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ASSET MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATIONS
- REFERENCES
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SUMMARY
1. Development of Nationwide Centralized Water Management
Dashboard.
2. Partnership with water industry policy makers (KeTTHA and SPAN)
for organization supports to ensure full benefits of Asset
Management.
3. Cooperation and Coordination with water operators on the data
exchange / integration purposes.
4. Communicating with all stakeholders on the importance of
complying of AM System in order to achieve the Strategic Plan.
5. Continuous Benchmarking by adopting
Practices and Improve Business Process.
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