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ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

ISO 50001

ISO 50001:2018 is the International Standard for Energy Management Systems.

What Is ISO 50001?

ISO 50001:2018 is the internationally agreed standard for energy management systems. This standard assists various organisations across the world that respect the environmental and society, and understand that doing this is critical to their success.

The corporate social responsibility standard is designed for both public and private sectors who wish to optimize their energy efficiency. 

Achieve ISO 50001 Certification Using Mango Software

Do You Need A Copy Of The Standard?

How To Get Certified To ISO 50001

If you need assistance in getting certified to ISO50001, fill out a request a demo form. 

 

The team at Penarth will then determine which consultancy package or software is right for you in order to ensure you get certified to ISO 50001. 

Benefits of ISO 50001

Reduced costs

Fewer greenhouse gas emissions

Improved compliance with legislation

Increased awareness of energy conservation

Achieve sustainability goals 

Greater security of energy supplies

Why Get Certified to ISO 50001?

As well as being significant from an environmental perspective, the financial cost of using high levels of energy can seriously impact on the profitability of organisations.

 

In addition to these factors, legislation is changing all the time and is placing greater pressure on organisations regarding their energy processes. 

ISO 50001 has been introduced in order to help organisations to develop a structured framework for the systematic management of energy. This standard is compatible with ISO14001, and BS EN ISO 5001:2018.

Transition to ISO 50001:2018

Due to COVID-19, the transition to the new requirements in this standard will not go into place until 31st January 2022. While this may seem a long time away, preparation is key. 

In order to plan for the transition of the standard, you should make sure all staff within your business are trained in the standard and understand the requirements of the updated version. 

You also need to identify issues that must be addressed in order to make sure you comply with the new standard. Once you have identified these, update your system as needed. 

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