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The Maintenance Framework
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The Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM) has an objective of collaboratively sharing collected advancements, knowledge and standards in both maintenance and asset management. This document has been developed by an interested subset of these member organizations (indicated below in bold font) to develop a common understanding of Maintenance management and how it contributes to the delivery of business outcomes.

It has been drafted to align with the "Asset Management Landscape", a document published by the GFMAM.

The members of GFMAM include:

  • Associação das Empresas Brasileiras de Manutenção, Brazil;

  • Asset Management Council (AMC), Australia;

  • European Federation of National Maintenance Societies (EFNMS), Europe;

  • French Institute of Asset Management and Infrastructure (IFRAMI), France;

  • Iberoamerican Federation on Maintenance (FIM), South America;

  • Gulf Society of Maintenance Professional, Arabian Gulf Region;

  • Institute of Asset Management (IAM), U.K.;

  • Plant Engineering And Maintenance Association Of Canada (PEMAC), Canada;

  • Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP), USA;

  • Southern African Asset Management Association (SAAMA.);

  • Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance (JIPM)

The Maintenance management Framework is intended to be used by members of the GFMAM, the Maintenance and Asset Management communities to:

  •  Provide an overview of the discipline of maintenance management;
  •  Provide a structure for the building of a body of knowledge for certification schemes and qualifications in maintenance management;
  •  Provide a structure (and potentially the criteria) for assessing an organization’s maturity in maintenance management;
  •  Provide information for maintenance management knowledge requirements for assessors and auditors;
  • Provide the capability to compare the products and services of the different GFMAM members related to maintenance management; and
  •  Provide a reference for future GFMAM projects.