MEETA Asset Management Awards Ceremony 2022
Winners will be honoured at the Awards Ceremony which will take place on Thursday evening, 24 November in The Herbert Park Hotel.
The project deemed by the judges to be the most impressive will be awarded the Sean Hennessy perpetual trophy.
MEETA Asset Management Conference 2022
The MEETA Asset Management Conference 2022: Gaining Advantage - Sustaining Advantage will take place at 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 on Friday, 25 November.
To avail of Early Bird Rates, book your place here.
The Awards are divided into the following sections:
PART A – Industrial Awards
PART B — Safety and Skills Awards
PART C – Environmental Award
PART D – Student Award
MEETA Asset Management Awards Categories
A1. Best Practice and Innovation in Maintenance Management:
Projects, products or frameworks that demonstrate new techniques or innovative approaches to Asset Management best practice at any or all of its life cycle stages.
A2. Best Practice in Technology and Asset Information management:
Projects demonstrating best practice techniques and originality in the use and management of Asset Management data and technology for decision making. (Note: Software programs are not in scope of this award)
B1. Safety in Maintenance and Asset Management:
Demonstrates the use of best practices to deliver safer Asset Management. This award recognises exceptional commitment to health and safety by a company or organisation. Entrants must provide evidence of an initiative or approach that goes beyond statutory requirements on health and safety.
B2. Skills & Workforce:
The skills gaps threaten to present a significant challenge to the ongoing progression in the Maintenance and Asset Management Sector. This award seeks out examples of successful and innovative recruitment, training, development and staff retention initiatives that all parts of the sector can learn and benefit from.
C1. Best practice in Environmental Control as applied to Maintenance and Asset Management:
Projects which demonstrate fresh thinking in Environmental Management that helps to overcome challenges, and to promote optimal decision-making, innovative design and the best use of resources. This award is for going above and beyond normal practice, and continued and ongoing commitment to sustainability and environmental improvement over a period of time.
D1. Student award:
Projects by full time or part time students of asset management, which demonstrate initiative, creativity and problem solving. This award is typically for final year projects that demonstrate outstanding delivery of a unique asset management idea.
Questions and answers about the MEETA Asset Management Awards
What are its objectives?
- Increase awareness of maintenance and asset management as a competitive advantage for companies, in the areas of cost, quality, service and equipment performance.
- Identify industry leaders, along with potential or future leaders, and highlight “best practice” in maintenance and/or asset management.
- Share successful maintenance and asset management strategies and the benefits derived from implementation.
- Understand and reinforce how change management principles are required to successfully implement maintenance and asset management excellence.
What types of projects are eligible?
Any Asset Management or Maintenance related project involving the application of a technical solution or business process improvement, to increase the effectiveness or efficiency of asset care.
Any project that improves the working environment for people in the workplace in terms of either diversity or Health and Safety. (beyond statutory requirements)
Any Project that goes above and beyond normal practice in continued and ongoing commitment to sustainability and environmental improvement over a period of time
What is the awards process?
submit application before deadline
17:00 on Monday, 17 October
vetting by MEETA Asset Management evaluation team
panel evaluates all applications and selects finalists
- Finalists deliver a 10 minute presentation on project, followed
by a 15 minute in-depth review by the judging panel
on Thursday, 27 or Friday, 28 October