Intervention Level

In asset management the term intervention level refers to the condition score below which the owner or operator of an asset has decided it should not be allowed to deteriorate, i.e. the point in an asset's life at which it should be programmed for renewal.

Determinaton of Intervention Levels

A number of factors can be considered when setting intervention levels, inlcuding:

  • Cost
  • Safety
  • Historical Practices
  • Available Resources
  • Public Opinion & Community Consultation
  • Legislative Requirements
  • Neighbouring Council Practices
  • User Amenity and Accessibility
  • Asset Integrity
  • Effect on Life Cycle Cost
  • Engineering Judgement

External Links & References

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