ISO 50001:2018 is a new Energy management systems standard which gives organizations the requirements for Energy Management Systems (EnMS). The standard is presently the world’s leading energy management system increasingly being adapted by many companies internationally. It is comprehensive and flexible Energy Management Systems standard that provides benefits for organizations large and small, in both public and private sectors, in manufacturing and services, in all regions of the world. There are various factors that need to be considered at the outset during the design phase, which subsequently need to be meticulously aligned with operating processes during commissioning. During implementation, the default reference values are chosen by organizations for Baseline, Energy Performance Indicators based on the operating experience and energy efficiency of the past. While these practices and estimates may be effective in improving efficiency and reducing costs in the short term, they may not yield the best possible results over the long term. Hence, it is necessary to periodically review the systems performance to verify conformity to a definitive plan aimed at long term improvements. Review of ISO 50001:2018 system is a comprehensive process, entailing elaborate complex activities in its review methodology. Even experienced auditors need to have specific orientation on intricate audit details to be able to undertake the review independently.
Course benefitsThe ISO 50001:2018 lead auditor course is a 5-days interactive programme with extensive participant involvement. It gives participants a detailed understanding of key parameters for assessing critical elements during review. Participants are made to define a review plan for their respective organisation during the course. Case-study integrating theory and practice are also swotted to highlight core concepts.
Key course content
- ISO 50001:2018 standard requirements
- Audit protocol for ISO 50001:2018
- ISO 19011:2002 requirements
- Critical Success Factors
- Knowledge of the requirements of ISO 50001 and,
- Knowledge of the following energy management principles and concepts:
- The principles of fuel combustion, heat transfer and energy flow
- The relevant sources of energy regulation, guidelines and standards
- The typical methods and technologies for increasing efficiency
- Energy measurement units, sources, costs, tariffs and scheduling
- Energy use data analysis methods
- Energy performance indicators, monitoring and performance measurement
- The impact of organizational processes and equipment on energy efficiency
- Electricity use: motors, drives, lighting, computers
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