Main Feature
In line with the Government’s Policy Agenda, EMSD recently completed a study on the general strategy for replacement of aged E&M equipment and installations in government premises. The study produced a Replacement Prioritisation Model (RPM) for comprehensive analysis of the conditions of E&M installations and the risks of system defaults, thus helping our customers to prioritise their E&M systems replacement needs.

The RPM has taken into full consideration various critical factors including venue criticality; product life cycle; financial cost; default risks; energy efficiency; availability of alternative technology; equipment in compliance with current standards as well as operational needs of user departments. Assessment results are presented in the form of scores after scientific computations. Scores are easily understood and facilitate client departments to prioritise equipment replacement, thus providing an objective reference for client departments in resource planning.
The conceptual diagram of Replacement Prioritisation Model (RPM).

Mr Kenneth S. K. SHE, Assistant Director/ Engineering Services 1 making a presentation on the RPM to client departments.