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  • BASIC INTRODUCTION OF ISO 50001:2018

    The ISO 50001 energy management standard specifies requirements for an organization to establish, implement, maintain and improve an Energy Management System (EnMS), enabling the organization to take a systematic approach to achieving continual improvement of energy performance.

    What is ISO 50001:2011?

    ISO 50001 Energy Management System certification provides a structure for establishing energy management best practice to assist organizations to progress their energy effectiveness plus make a return on investment by implementing ISO 50001. ISO 50001 standard enables organizations to line up the systems and processes necessary to enhance energy performance, including energy efficiency, use, and consumption. 

    Certification

    Certification proves that the energy management system meets the wants of ISO 50001. This provides customers, stakeholders, employees and management more assurance that the organization is saving energy. It also helps to make sure that the energy management system is functioning throughout the organization. Another advantage of a certification is its importance on frequent development. The organization will still recover at managing its energy. Additional cost savings are often generated over several years. Furthermore, certifying a corporation shows your public commitment to energy management ISO 50001 and ISO 14001 ISO 50001 is data determined & specialize in energy performance enhancement, while ISO 14001 provides more qualitative check out all important environmental impacts of a corporation. Both standards are often implemented independently or they will be integrated with one another, or with the other ISO management system standards, like ISO 9001.

    ISO 50001 and ISO 14001

    ISO 50001 is data determined & focus on energy performance enhancement, while ISO 14001 provides more qualitative look at all important environmental impacts of an organization. Both standards can be implemented independently or they can be integrated with each other, or with any other ISO management system standards, such as ISO 9001.

    HISTORY OF ISO 50001:2018  

    The European Committee for Standardization (CEN) developed EN 16001:2009 Energy management systems. Requirements with guidance for use as a first international energy management standard. This was published in July 2009 and withdrawn in April 2012 as it had been superseded by ISO 50001, ISO published a revised version of ISO 50001 in 2018. The revision focuses on a desire to better promote the adoption of the standard for small and medium sized organizations. Furthermore, it also incorporates ISO high level structure- this allows organizations to integrate a number of management standards together such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. Overall ISO 50001 is modeled after ISO 9001 Quality Management System and the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS).

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