The rising costs of energy, the need to handle resources responsibly and the increase of global trade all require new and concrete approaches to energy usage. In view of demands for climate protection, carbon accounting, greenhouse gas and financial grant incentives, implementation of a sustainable energy management system will help improve your bottom line.
The Energy Management Standard, ISO 50001:2011 was released on June 15, 2011. The standard aims to help organizations establish the systems and processes to improve their energy performance, including efficiency and consumption. The EnMS is applicable to all types of organizations and is based on the ISO approach for quality (ISO 9001) and the environment (ISO 14001) using the familiar plan-do-act-check model.
ISO 50001 is designed to help companies enhance their use of energy-consuming assets, evaluate and prioritize the implementation of energy-efficient technology, and promote efficiency throughout the supply chain.
The new standard specifies requirements for measurement, documentation and reporting, equipment design and procurement processes. It does not prescribe specific performance criteria, though it does require participating companies to commit to continual energy performance improvements.
- Continual improvement of energy efficiency
- Identification of energy savings
- Reduction of energy costs
- Competitive advantages
- Employee awareness and involvement
- Adherence to legal requirements
- Improved corporate image
- Potential reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
UL DQS has developed various ISO 50001 training options for you to choose from. Learn at your own pace with our online modules, or sign up for one of our instructor led courses where you can benefit from group discussions, experienced instructors and on-site tutoring.
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Evaluate your management systems online with DQS eAssessments! We have a variety of full scale online self assessments and quick check solutions available. This comprehensive self assessment will help you answer this question as well as learn about your strengths and weaknesses. Resulting in a comprehensive report you are provided with the possibility to analyze your system in detail and determine those areas that need urgent attention.This program offers:
- Checklist covering all aspects of ISO 50001
- Explanatory learning points corresponding to checklist questions
- Overview Report
- Detailed report ideal for Gap Analysis
- Confirmation including conformity level rating
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Self Assessment ISO 50001 Energy Management System
The rising costs for energy, the need to handle resources responsibly and the increase of global trade all require new and concrete approaches to energy usage in thought and deed. In view of stringent legal requirements for climate protection and incentives offered by various aid programs, sustainable energy management concepts continue to gain in significance. The standard ISO 50001 is designed to help organizations integrate their responsibility into a holistic management concept, and to exploit any opportunities offered.
How ready are you for an assessment to the requirements of ISO 50001?
This comprehensive self assessment will help you answer this question as well as learn about your strengths and weaknesses. Resulting in a comprehensive report you are provided with the possibility to analyze your system in detail and determine those areas that need urgent attention.