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The Criticality of Proper Asset Walkdowns

October 31, 2019 | 10:00 - 11:00 am CDT

The Criticality of Proper Asset Walkdowns

Asset walkdowns are a foundational element of your facility's Master Asset List and the most critical building block of your Asset Reliability Program data. Asset walkdowns/asset verification establish the baseline for all Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) programs. Each organization must complete an asset walkdown in a manner that conforms to their EAM and Reliability Based Maintenance (RBM) programs. This procedure sets the foundation for future data consistency and program success, and importantly, it supports the future adoption of technologies including IoT and Asset Management.

What We Cover:

  • Examples as to how to conduct a proper asset walkdown
  • Four (4) areas and tools that organizations need to consider or plan for to ensure the asset walkdown procedure is completed accurately and 'right-sized' for their operations

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Jason Smith 

Jason Smith is a Senior Account Executive at GenesisSolutions and a trusted advisor to the Global Maintenance and Reliability Community. Jason has over 17 years of experience within the Asset Reliability industry, with domain expertise in Hosted Solutions, EAM and CMMS Technology, and Asset Reliability best practices. Prior to his tenure at GenesisSolutions, Jason spent 13 years as the Director of Operations at EPMC, Inc., a Maintenance and Reliability consulting firm based in Indianapolis, Indiana.

About ABS Group

ABS Group of Companies, Inc. (, through its operating subsidiaries, provides technical advisory and certification services to support the safety and reliability of high-performance assets and operations in the oil, gas and chemical, power generation, marine, offshore and government sectors, among others. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ABS Group operates with more than 1,000 professionals globally. ABS Group is a subsidiary of ABS (, a leading marine and offshore classification society.

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