DS/ISO 55000:2014 Styring af aktiver - Overblik
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DS/ISO 55000:2014 Styring af aktiver - Overblik

Styring af aktiver (asset management) - Overblik, principper og terminologi

Sider: 52
Sprog: Dansk og Engelsk
Udgivelsesår: 2014
Udgiver: Dansk Standard

Varenummer: dsiso55000

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Styring af aktiver (asset management) - Overblik, principper og terminologi

This International Standard provides an overview of asset management and asset management systems (i.e. management systems for the management of assets). It also provides the context for ISO 55001 and ISO 55002.

International cooperation in the preparation of these standards has identified common practices that can be applied to the broadest range of assets, in the broadest range of organizations, across the broadest range of cultures.


ISO 55001, ISO 55002 and this International Standard relate to a management system for asset management, which is referred to as an asset management system throughout the three tandards.
ISO 55001, ISO 55002 and this International Standard can be used in combination with any relevant sector or asset type-specific asset management standards and technical specifications. ISO 5001 specifies requirements for an asset management system, while the other standards detail sectorspecific, asset-specific or activity-specific technical requirements or give guidance on how ISO 5001 should be interpreted and applied within a specific sector or to particular asset types.

This International Standard is primarily intended for use by:
those considering how to improve the realization of value for their organization from their asset base
those involved in the establishment, implementation, maintenance and improvement of an asset management system
those involved in the planning, design, implementation and review of asset management activities;along with service providers.

The adoption of ISO 55001, ISO 55002 and this International Standard enables an organization to achieve its objectives through the effective and efficient management of its assets. The application of an asset management system provides assurance that those objectives can be achieved consistently and sustainably over time.