Overview of ISO 50001 Energy Management System

Overview of ISO 50001 Energy Management System

on request
1 day
Job Skills and CPD
9am - 5pm

Course description

The course is designed to provide a detailed overview of ISO 50001 in order to give participants a clear understand-ing of ISO 50001 EnMS (energy management system) requirements. It also incorporates case studies and practical examples of organizations who have implemented and benefited from energy management systems, instructs in a step-by-step approach for implementation and highlight the differences and similarities between it and ISO 14001 and EN 16001.
The course will be of benefit to organisations seeking to make the transition from EN 16001 to ISO 50001, obtain formal certification of their EnMS or who simply wish to use the system approach to better manage their energy consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions reductions.


Course objectives

The overall objective of the course is to help businesses efficiently incorporate best practices in energy management that lead to continual improvement in energy performance, sustained savings, and curbed costs. To achieve this, the course will provide delegates with an understanding of:

 – Background to ISO 50001 and benefits of a structured energy management system,

 – Management system requirements and interaction of an effective (ISO 50001-based) EnMS,

 – How to implement ISO 50001 in your organisation,

 – Differences between ISO 50001, EN 16001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001.


Course programme

The programme consists of the following elements:

– Background to ISO 50001,

– Analysis of ISO 50001 Energy Management standard clauses including:

  -> Energy Policy,

  ->Identification and review of energy aspects,

  -> Legal obligations and other requirements,

  -> Energy objectives, targets and programme,

  -> Implementation and operation,

  -> Checking,

  -> Top management review,

– Seven-step approach to implementation of ISO 50001,

– Case studies,

– Energy legislation and support programmes,

– Differences between ISO 50001, EN 16001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001.

Interactive exercises, case study videos and sample documentation related to different clauses are reviewed to maximise delegate learning and participation. 


Who should attend

This course will be of benefit to:

– Energy Coordinators and Managers,

– Plant or Facilities Managers,

– Quality or Environmental Managers,

– Energy consultants.

Or also to any persons:

– Involved in design, development and implementation of an EnMS or integrated management system,

– Responsible for obtaining/maintaining certification to ISO 50001,

– Interested in becoming an EnMS auditor. 


In-House courses

All our courses are available in-house. We can run in-house courses either at your premises or at a location of your choosing. We also customise our courses according your organisation’s requirements.