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Energy Management Systems Using ISO 50001

Overview:

Introduction:

This training program on Energy Management Systems using ISO 5000 provides a clear structure for identifying and then reducing energy consumption in any large business or organization. The focus on reducing energy consumption is now a major international consideration in socially responsible management as environmental and sustainability concerns worldwide look to reduce our human impacts on planet Earth.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program the participants will be able to:

  • Produce an energy policy for an organization.

  • Conduct an energy ‘REVIEW’.

  • Establish an energy ‘BASELINE’, ‘PERFORMANCE INDICATORS’ and ‘OBJECTIVES’.

  • Determine practical energy measurement processes.

  • Plan actions to improve energy efficiency and use.

  • Understand the importance of management systems in achieving the above.

Targeted Audience:

  • Operational Managers.

  • Design Managers responsible for New Facilities.

  • Project Managers (especially those responsible for new facilities).

  • Facilities’ Managers.

  • Persons keen to improve the environmental performance of their organization.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:

Introduction to the ISO Standard on Energy Management:

  • Introducing ISO 50001 – The need for the standard.

  • Introduction to Energy Management Systems.

  • The Standard – clauses 4.1 and 4.2.

  • Energy POLICY.

  • Energy Policies vs. ISO 50001.

Unit 2:

 Planning Requirements of ISO 50001:

  • Meaning of Energy Review.

  • Energy Review Methodology.

  • Energy Performance Indicators (EnPIs).

  • Energy Baselines.

  • Developing Possible EnPIs.

Unit 3:

Operational Planning and Implementation Requirements of ISO 50001:

  • Energy Objectives, Targets, and Action Plans.

  • Development of Possible Action Plans.

  • Compliance with Legislation & other Requirements.

  • Implementation & Operation.

  • Identification of Operational & Implementation Controls.

Unit 4:

 Monitoring and Measurement Requirements of ISO 50001 and Review:

  • Monitoring & Measuring.

  • ISO 50001 Requirements.

  • Identification of Monitoring & Measuring Controls.

  • Preparing Questions to Check that Appropriate Monitoring and Measuring Takes Place & Identification of Weak Areas.

  • Interpreting the Standard.

Unit 5:

The Role of Auditing in ISO 50001:

  • Non-conformities & Reporting.

  • NCR Reports.

  • Corrective Action Activities.

  • Performing an ISO 50001 Audit.

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