ISO 50001:2011 - Energy Management Systems - Requirements and Benefits

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  • (1888PressRelease) February 02, 2012 - The objective of this 60-minute complimentary webinar is to give an overview to the ISO 50001:2011 Energy Management System (EnMS) certification requirements. This webinar is not intended to be a full explanation of the certification standards and related requirements or of its implementation. Rather, it aims to promote understanding of the standard and to enable organizations to establish the systems and processes necessary to improve energy performance.


    Drivers for Energy Management
    Purpose and structure of ISO 50001
    ISO 50001 and ISO 14001
    Certification of an EnMS


    ISO 50001 has been designed for implementation by any organization, whatever its size or activities, whether in public or private sectors, regardless of its geographical location. Quality, Environmental, Facility Division within organization.


    What are the greatest problems facing humanity today? As far back as 2003, the Nobel Laureate Richard E. Smalley outlined what he said would be Humanity's "Top Ten Problems' for the next 50 years" he placed energy consumption at top of the list in response to the projection that word population would increase from 6.5 billion to 8-10 billion by 2050.

    In recent years, many people would list energy as a growing problem. Certainly many of our environmental problems today arise from the types of energy we use, and increased burning of fossil fuels will accelerate climate change.

    The purpose of an energy management standard is to provide an organizational framework for industrial facilities to integrate energy efficiency into their management practices, including fine-tuning production processes and improving the energy efficiency of industrial systems. Energy management seeks to apply to energy use the same culture of continual improvement that has been successfully used by industrial firms to improve quality and safety practices. An energy management standard is needed to influence how energy is managed in an industrial facility, thus realizing immediate energy use reduction through changes in operational practices, as well creating a favorable environment for adoption of more capital-intensive energy-efficiency measures and technologies.


    Miss Ana Inacio, Sustainability Consultant, SGS United Kingdom Limited
    16 years experience of working with Management Systems.

    Mr. Eric Huang, Global Product Manager, Energy/ Sustainability, SGS Group
    23 years environmental engineering and management experience in energy and climate change audit and consulting; Eric has more than ten ISO 50001:2011 cases audit experience.


    Register for Session 1 (
    09:00 a.m. London (GMT+01:00)
    05:00 p.m. Singapore (GMT+8:00)

    Register for Session 2 (
    02:00 p.m. London (GMT+01:00)
    10:00 p.m. Singapore (GMT+8:00)
    12:00 p.m. Brazil (Brasilia, GMT-03:00)

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