Practical Guidance for ISO 50001 Implementation
With helpful information to prepare you for certification
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Energy comes in many forms including electricity, gas, oil and steam and is a resource used by organizations worldwide. Although energy is becoming increasingly more expensive as the Earth’s non-renewable resources are used up, the good news is that reducing your energy consumption will not only reduce your costs, it’ll also reduce your carbon footprint and help reduce your environmental impacts. It also reduces your reliance on others to provide the energy you need to operate, hence reducing the risk to your organization.
Energy management is, therefore, quickly becoming one of the most fundamental areas of focus across all business sectors worldwide.
The new international energy management standard, ISO 50001 was issued on 15 June 2011, and as with other ISO standards, it’s based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle, which allows easy integration with your existing systems.
But, how do you know if ISO 50001 is right for your business?
This whitepaper, written by LRQA’s Carolyn Campbell, Lead Auditor and ISO 50001 expert, offers practical advice and guidance to help you determine:
• Whether ISO 50001 certification benefits your organization
• Why you should consider ISO 50001 when ISO 14001 already exists
It also offers tips and guidance for ISO 50001 energy management system implementation.