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Meeting Asset Management Requirements in Saskatchewan: Adding Condition Data to your Asset Register




Webinar Air Date: May 28, 2019 at 12 PM EST/10 AM CST

As Saskatchewan municipalities work towards fulfilling provincial asset management regulations and build out their asset management programs, having comprehensive data is one of the foremost challenges. Communities often struggle with trying to effectively manage their asset information in excel spreadsheets with dated age-based information, not conducive to proper reporting requirements and standards. Building a proper asset inventory using assessed condition is one way that municipalities are creating better data sets that contribute to better infrastructure investment decisions. In addition, implementing an agile and responsive asset management software system can greatly improve how municipalities are using their data and the kinds of reporting they are able to do.

Tune in to learn about the upcoming asset management requirements and funding available for municipalities in Saskatchewan. The webinar will also explore best practices when assessing condition data and what steps municipalities can take to improve their overall data and reporting through using tools such as condition assessment guidelines and implementing software solutions. The use of condition assessment guidelines can be particularly useful as municipalities can use their own resources and existing data, thereby not relying on third parties for data collection and being able to more consistently collect accurate asset data, as seen in the small town of Fort Frances. 

What will you learn?

  • Up to date information on asset management requirements in Saskatchewan and available funding to municipalities.
  • Best practices in developing condition assessment guidelines.
  • How detailed condition assessment data ensures that asset management decisions are better informed.


Who Should Attend?

    Asset Managers

  CAOs/City Managers

  Public Works