Our Affiliations

Copperleaf® actively participates in a number of standards committees and industry associations to help shape the future of asset management standards, including ISO 55000.

American Gas Association (AGA)

Founded in 1918, the American Gas Association (AGA) represents more than 200 energy companies that deliver clean natural gas to more than 68 million homes, businesses and industries throughout the United States.

www.aga.org/

American Nuclear Society (ANS)

The American Nuclear Society (ANS) is a not-for-profit, international, scientific and educational organization. ANS provides professional development and venues for collaboration for our 11,000 members, and serves the nuclear community through communication outreach. Their Organization Member companies share common interest in promoting public awareness and understanding regarding the application of nuclear science and technology.

www.ans.org/orgmembers/

American Water Works Association (AWWA)

The American Water Works Association is an international, nonprofit, scientific and educational society dedicated to providing total water solutions assuring the effective management of water. Founded in 1881, the Association is the largest organization of water supply professionals in the world. With more than 50,000 memberships, they represent the full spectrum within the water community: public water and wastewater systems, environmental advocates, scientists, academicians, and others who hold a genuine interest in water, our most important resource.

www.awwa.org

Asset Management Council

The Asset Management Council is the central hub for asset management knowledge. With over 2,000 members internationally and 10 chapters throughout Australia and New Zealand, the AM Council provides the support and facilitation needed for any stage of an asset management practitioner or maintenance engineer's career. Founded in 1994, the AM Council is a not-for-profit member network committed to advancing asset management knowledge and capability. Our representation comes from a variety of industries including mining, power generation, water, government, and more. Our vision is to ”enable value from effective asset management.”

www.amcouncil.com.au/

Asset Management Denmark (AMD)

Asset Management Denmark is an association for all companies that are interested in or work with asset management. The association sets up network meetings, courses, conferences and can function as a knowledge portal where companies across industries can spar with each other and share experiences with asset management systems.

assetmanagementdanmark.org/

Australian Water Association (AWA)

The Australian Water Association (AWA) is Australia’s biggest water network inspiring and driving a sustainable water future. Members cover every facet of the water sector including professionals and practitioners working in utilities, engineering, urban design and planning, science, research, academia, energy, resources, manufacturing, mining and agriculture. Copperleaf is a Silver corporate member of the AWA.

www.awa.asn.au/

BC Tech Association

The BC Tech Association is guided by its mission to make BC the best place to grow a tech company. For more than 20 years, BC Tech has been providing opportunities for the tech industry to collaborate, learn and grow together.

www.wearebctech.com/

Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CCC)

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is Canada’s largest and most activated business network — representing 450 chambers of commerce and boards of trade and more than 200,000 business of all sizes, from all sectors of the economy and from every part of the country — to create the conditions for our collective success. From working with government on economy-friendly policy to providing services that inform commerce and enable trade, they give to each members more of what they need to succeed: insight into markets, competitors and trends, influence over the decisions and policies that drive business success and impact on business and economic performance.

www.chamber.ca

Canadian Electricity Association (CEA)

Founded in 1891, the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA) is the national forum and voice of the evolving electricity business in Canada. CEA members generate, transmit, and distribute electrical energy to industrial, commercial, residential, and institutional customers across Canada.

electricity.ca/

Canadian Gas Association (CGA)

Founded in 1907, the Canadian Gas Association (CGA) is the voice of Canada's natural gas distribution industry. Their members are natural gas distribution companies, transmission companies, equipment manufacturers and other service providers. Canadian natural gas distribution companies deliver natural gas to approximately 6.5 million homes, schools, hospitals, places of worship, to meet their energy needs. Combined this represents almost one-third of all the energy needs in Canada, coast to coast to coast. They estimate that well over 20 million Canadians currently have the opportunity to benefit from the safe, clean, reliable, abundant, and affordable energy service that natural gas utilities provide.

www.cga.ca/

CIGRE

Founded in 1921, CIGRE, the Council on Large Electric Systems, is an international non-profit Association for promoting collaboration with experts from all around the world by sharing knowledge and joining forces to improve electric power systems of today and tomorrow.

www.cigre.org/

Infrastructure Sustainability Council

The Infrastructure Sustainability Council is a member-based, purpose-led peak body working in Australia and New Zealand to enable sustainability outcomes in infrastructure. They provide a network for collaboration, discussion and education, while bringing experts together with the goal of accelerating sustainability in infrastructure through collaboration.

www.iscouncil.org

L'Institut Français d'Asset Management Industriel et d'Infrastructures (IFRAMI)

IFRAMI, the French Institution for Industrial and Infrastructure Asset Management is a non-profit association that brings together individuals and organizations that strive to promote industrial and infrastructure asset management from across France and Switzerland.

www.iframi.fr/

The Institute of Asset Management (IAM)

The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) is the professional body for those involved in acquisition, operation and care of physical assets - especially critical infrastructure. In particular, the Institute is for professionals worldwide who are dedicated to furthering their knowledge and understanding of Asset Management.

theiam.org/

Japanese Association of Asset Management (JAAM)

The Japanese Association of Asset Management (JAAM) was established to promote and assist the use of asset management in Japan. It provides training course for asset managers through lecture and certification exams in accordance with ISO 55000, while also holding seminars to provide the latest information on asset management and a venue for sharing knowledge.

www.ja-am.or.jp/en

Malaysian Asset and Project Management Association

Initiated by the Public Works Department Malaysia (JKR MALAYSIA), MAPMA's strategy is to significantly elevate the maturity level of asset and project management by focusing on competency development, membership and international recognition. As a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of the asset and project management, MAPMA plans to introduce competency standards in asset and project management that are internationally benchmarked and contextualized to Malaysia.

www.mapma.org.my/

The Maximo Utility Working Group (MUWG)

The Maximo Utility Working Group (MUWG) provides a forum for licensed MAXIMO users to exchange information, methods and experiences. The MUWG is an industry group representing over 200 utility companies, counties and cities throughout the US, Canada, the Caribbean, China, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Finland, Germany, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Turkey, India, Pakistan, Russia, UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Philippines, Malaysia, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Columbia, Peru, Uruguay, Brazil, Equator and Argentina that exchange information related to the implementation and application of the MAXIMO asset management system.

www.muwg.org

The Northwest Hydroelectric Association (NWHA)

The Northwest Hydroelectric Association (NWHA) provides a regional voice for the hydropower industry, representing the needs of its membership since 1981. NWHA is dedicated to the promotion of the region's waterpower as clean, efficient energy while protecting the fisheries and environmental quality which characterize our Northwest region.​

www.nwhydro.org/

RMEL

RMEL is a not-for-profit energy trade association that has served the electric utility industry with a variety of education and networking services since 1903. Dedicated to fostering a thriving community of electric energy professionals, RMEL's 300 corporate members share ideas, techniques and programs to better serve the industry and its customers.

www.rmel.org/

Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF)

The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) is the largest national organization representing the interests of manufacturing and manufacturing-related industries since 1932. The SMF collaborates with local and overseas government agencies, industry partners and enterprises to provide key services such as representation of members’ views at formal dialogues with the authorities; increasing business opportunities through local and international trade fairs and missions; building capabilities through conferences, seminars, workshops and other industry-specific programs; and transforming businesses with business model innovation.

www.smfederation.org.sg/

Western Energy Institute (WEI)

Western Energy Institute (WEI) facilitates valuable, direct connections between electric and natural gas industry professionals. The WEI lays all the groundwork and orchestrates discussions to enable collaboration and foster dialogues between extremely well-defined professional roles. This support empowers like-minded professionals to connect regularly with their counterparts at other companies handling similar on-the-job issues.

www.westernenergy.org/