This half-day seminar discusses the role of executive management in the ISO 50001
Energy Management Systems implementation process. ISO 50001:2011 clauses have been
clarified and updated to be in harmony with ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 standards.
The class will explain how Energy Management, Carbon Foot Prints and Green House
Gases (GHG), Social Responsibility (ISO 26000) and Global Reporting Initiatives
(GRI) are all related.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for those in executive management supporting the ISO 50001
efforts of the energy management system implementation team.
Recommended Training and/or Experience
Each participant will receive a seminar manual.
- Understand the management structure of ISO 50001.
- Understand how EnMS needs to integrate with ISO 14001 (EMS) and ISO 9001 (QMS) processes
- Understand the purpose and goals of ISO 50001.
- Understand the implementation structure of ISO 50001.
- Learn the sections that impact upper management the most.
- Learn what kind of support upper management must provide to the ISO 50001 implementation
- Understand the registration process.
- Be able to estimate the resources and cost associated with ISO 50001 compliance.
- Learn how to integrate with Sustainability, ISO 26000 Social responsibility and
Global Reporting Initiative or GRI.
- Background of ISO 150001 and the Relationship to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 including
ISO 26000, Green House Gases, Sustainability, and Global Reporting Initiatives (GRI)
- What is ISO 50001
- Major Elements of ISO 50001
- Reasons for ISO 50001 Registration
- ISO 50001 Benefits
- Critical Role of Executive Management in ISO 50001 and Energy Management Systems
- Integrating ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 including ISO 26000, Green House Gases, Sustainability,
and Global Reporting Initiatives (GRI) with ISO 50001