authorised engineering organisation (aeo) in australia

Authorised Engineering Organisation

Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) in Australia

The AEO framework was developed by the ASA establishment team based on ASA guidance, which drew themselves from other international standards such as ISO 55001 Asset management and ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 Systems and software engineering — System life cycle processes, to promote private sector participation in transport innovation, improve engineering governance, and to instate a benchmark standard for all TfNSW engineering management processes and specifying the necessary steps to meet their requirements.

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Transport for NSW Authorised Engineering Organisation

AEO is both an assessment and an audit process used to assess authorisation seekers’ engineering assurance arrangements to determine whether to grant them AEO status or not. After the initial AEO status is granted, AEO’s engineering outputs will be subject to periodic surveillance audits by the identified residual risk from the original assessment. The process consists of a risk-based assurance governance methodology between TfNSW and its suppliers that consistently and systematically builds on increased self-assurance and continuous improvement.

authorised engineering organisation (AEO) in Australia

To help push Australian engineering forward, to capitalise more effectively on skilled resources from the government and industry!

What is AEO certification?

Achieving Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) status can prove to be a challenging undertaking. However, its benefits far outweigh the trouble.

The Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) authorisation is Transport of NSW’s (TfNSW) attempt at creating an ecosystem where the public and private sectors can combine forces, mutually benefit from each other, and raise the bar for engineering industry standards.

What is AEO?

Benefits of AEO certification

AEO offers significant benefits to your business in terms of growth and securing larger and longer-term contracts.

In an effort to support private sector participation in the construction, operation and maintenance of transport assets while remaining confident in its supply chain’s capability to produce safe and fit-for-purpose assets, TfNSW has developed 11 Engineering Management Capability Areas (EMCA) against which AEO applicants are assessed, representing the fundamental organisational practices that are required for an organisation to be deemed capable of delivering assured engineering services effectively.

Benefits of AEO

authorised engineering organisation (AEO) requirements

The requirements of authorised engineering organisation (AEO) are broken down into 11 sections which provide the engineering management capabilities with descriptions of the activities AEO seekers must have in place to be granted authorisation.

The requirement evidence states that AEOs must have the appropriate plans, processes, procedures, guides or manuals that outline how their services are consistently carried out in the absence of, or in combination with, the contractually specified relevant processes.

AEO requirements

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What is an AEO in TfNSW?

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The Authorised Engineering Organisation Framework provide TfNSW with justified confidence in the capability of the supply chain to deliver safe and fit-for-purpose assets.

This requirement outlines the various engineering management activities needed, as well as the plan for their systematic obtention, definition, analysis and service or solution requirements allocation, for controlling the traceability and satisfaction of those requirements throughout the service delivery cycle.

The first contact takes place in the form of a meeting between the Asset Standards Authority (ASA), a committee created by TfNSW, and the “asset”, to establish if it is viable and worthy of their consideration. AEO authorisation applicants are referred to as “assets” by the ASA and TfNSW.