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ISO 50001

Energy management systems ISO 50001

Energy Management System is a set of interrelated or interacting elements of the organization on the formation of energy policy, setting goals and achieving those goals.

Standard ISO 50001:2011 – International Standard contains requirements for the energy management system (SEnM) – is a new practical tool that will permanently reduce energy consumption, reduce the burden on the environment and receive financial benefits.

Incentives for organizations to implement SEnM:

  • Improving energy efficiency;
  • Reduction operating costs;
  • Reduction of energy consumption;
  • Energy and resource efficiency;
  • Reducing the impact on the environment;
  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions;
  • Development of climate projects;
  • Demonstration of social responsibility;
  • Improving the image of the market;
  • Improving the sustainability of business;
  • Guarantee stability for partners;
  • Achieving parity or superiority over a competitor;
  • Improving stakeholder confidence;
  • Attractiveness for investment;
  • Incentive for innovation.

ISO 50001 is intended to apply to all organizations, regardless of their size and type, geographical, cultural and social conditions.

Affected all sectors of industry:

  • Production;
  • Processing industries / mining;
  • Food industry;
  • Construction;
  • Transport;
  • Scope of services;
  • Governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Services for the development and implementation of an energy management system include:

  • Company diagnostic audit for compliance with ISO 9001;
  • Education (training manuals, training of internal auditors);
  • Operational planning of SEnM development;
  • Development SEnM according to ISO 50001;
  • Implementation SEnM according to ISO 50001;
  • Internal audits. SEnM analysis;
  • Conducting pre-certification audit;
  • Certification audit (carried out under contract with the certification body).

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