Welcome to SAMP
With information at hand and smart data analytics, SAMP empowers plant owner-operators and engineers to make decisions that optimise maintenance and reduce unplanned downtime to maximise production.
Reduce Maintenance Spend
Eliminate unnecessary inspections, repairs and/or replacements through risk-based decision making.
Zero Plant Breakdowns
Reduce unplanned outages from integrity related failures through proper damage mechanism identification and expert management.
Assisted Decision Making
Ability to move to Risk-based inspection intervals for Statutory Inspections instead of fixed 3 year intervals
Meet Our Team
The SAMP managed service offering consists of a software platform backed by a full team of industry specialists and engineers. Together with the client team, we achieve the best return from assets in our care.
SAMP Product Manager
Alistair Moodie was instrumental in the development of Sebenzana’s smart asset management approach, and manages the SAMP solution. As an expert O&M engineer, he has an in-depth appreciation for the impact that operating and maintenance actions have on overall business performance. He derives deep satisfaction from helping teams to make the right decisions at the right time, based on quality information and useful and applicable analytics.
Alistair is a registered professional mechanical engineer with extensive experience in the operations and maintenance of turbo-generators and the associated balance of plant. Through the development of SAMP, he has established an understanding of how decisions are made by teams operating a wide variety of equipment.
Hans Rautenbach is a mechanical engineer with broad experience across the oil and gas, petrochemical and power sectors. He leads the team of engineers who are at the forefront of delivering the SAMP managed services offering, and uses the SAMP process to develop engineers-in-training.
Hans has 12 years’ experience in supporting critical assets through risk assessments and risk-based inspection (RBI) projects, and is API580 certified. He is also familiar with ISO 9001, 18001 and 55001 specifications and how to integrate them to support critical asset fleets.
Andrew Carr is a UCT-qualified materials engineer and holds a master’s degree in thermal power from Cranfield University. He started his career in the aerospace industry before serving in the turbo-generator maintenance field for several years.
He is deeply invested in infrastructure and the teams that manage these assets. He is devoted to the cause of improving asset management decisions on critical plants by bringing expert knowledge to bear through the use of SAMP.