Recreation Facility Asset Management Program

Recreation Facility owners and operators need to be sure facilities and equipment are inspected, maintained, and replaced at regular intervals for safety and longevity.

The Ontario Recreation Facilities Association, in collaboration with the Ontario Good Roads Association and Marmak, have developed a user-friendly web-based application which assists recreation facility professionals in the collection and management of recreation facility asset data. Recreation Facility Asset Management (RFAM) is designed to simplify day-to-day inspections, help staff stay on top of their inspections while still maintaining detailed records.

The RFABC is considering acquiring a license to this program which would make the basic program available to members of the RFABC for free. Members could also choose to upgrade their access to the program to allow for work order creation and tracking as well as other enhancements. There would be a cost to the organization for any enhancements to the program you choose to enable.

To determine if there is a need for access to this software for members in BC please take a few moments to complete the following survey. If you would like to learn more about the RFAM software please check out www.orfa.com/rfam

Do you presently use an asset management program for facility and equipment management?

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* 1. Do you presently use an asset management program for facility and equipment management?

Does your position allow you to acquire services of this nature.

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* 2. Does your position allow you to acquire services of this nature.

If the RFABC was to acquire a license for RFAM would you be interested in using it?

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* 3. If the RFABC was to acquire a license for RFAM would you be interested in using it?

Do you want further information on this opportunity?

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* 4. Do you want further information on this opportunity?

Do you have any general comments?

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* 5. Do you have any general comments?

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