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Title: ISO 50001 2011 Energy Management System Awareness and Auditor Training Presentation Kit


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DEMO OF ISO 50001 ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
AUDITOR TRAINING PRESENTATION KIT Product Code
C117 Price 360 USD www.globalmanagergroup.com
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What is the goal of ISO 50001
  • To develop an international standard for Energy
    Management Systems Specifies core requirements
    for EnMS.
  • To incorporate the EnMS into the overall
    management system of a company.
  • To co-ordinate corporate functions such as
    planning activities, responsibilities, practices,
    procedures, processes and resources.
  • To develop, implement, achieve, review and
    maintain the energy policy and objectives.
  • Designed to facilitate auditing of ENMS core
    elements.

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Typical Features of EnMS
  1. An energy management plan that requires
    measurement, management, and documentation for
    continuous improvement for energy efficiency
  2. Across-divisional management team led by a
    representative who reports directly to management
    and is responsible for overseeing the
    implementation of the strategic plan
  3. Policies and procedures to address all aspects of
    energy purchase, use, and disposal
  4. Projects to demonstrate improvement in energy
    efficiency
  5. Creation of an Energy Manual, a document that
    evolves over time as additional energy saving
    projects and policies are undertaken and
    documented
  6. Identification of energy performance indicators,
    unique to the company, that are tracked to
    measure progress and
  7. Periodic reporting of progress to management
    based on these measurements

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Structure of Standards as per ISO 50001-2011
4.6Management Review
CONTINUAL TRADE LINKAGES ENERGY SAVING
  • 4.5Checking
  • Monitor Measure Analyze
  • Evaluation
  • Internal audit
  • Non-conformance
  • Corrective/preventive actions
  • Records

4.2 Management Responsibility 4.3 Energy Policy
  • 4.4 Energy Planning
  • Legal Other
  • review
  • Base line
  • Performance indicators
  • Objectives Targets MAP
  • 4.5 Implementation and Operation
  • Competence, Training, Awareness
  • Communication
  • ENMS Documentation
  • Operation Control
  • Design
  • Procurement, services, product

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4.4 Energy Planning
4.4.6 Energy objectives, energy targets and
energy management action plans
  • Establish, implement and maintain documented
    energy objectives and targets
  • Fix time frames for achievement of the objectives
    and targets.
  • Objectives and targets consistent with energy
    policy. Take into account
  • Legal requirements and other requirements
  • Significant energy uses
  • Opportunities to improve energy performance
  • Financial, operational and business conditions,
    technological options
  • Views of interested parties.

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List of ISO 50001 EnMS Records
  • Record for energy review
  • Register of opportunities for improving energy
    performance
  • Register of Legal regulations Legislation and
    compliance) related to energy management system
  • Energy Baseline
  • Records of Energy performance indicators
  • Energy Objectives energy targets and energy
    management action plan
  • Competence, training and skill records
  • Energy management program reviews
  • Plant/Machinery design records
  • Actual and potential non conformity
    investigations
  • Records of the results of the evaluations of
    compliance
  • Monitoring / measurement and checking records
  • Calibration maintenance
  • Corrective and preventive action records

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Inputs for Energy Objectives
  • Energy policy
  • Continual improvement commitment
  • Energy baseline results
  • Energy performance indicators
  • Energy action plans
  • Opportunities to improve energy performance
  • Initial review results (Significant energy usage)
  • Legal and other requirements
  • Technology options
  • Technology options available
  • Financial, operational and business conditions
  • Views of interested parties
  • Results of management review

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STEPS FOR CERTIFICATION OF ISO 50001 ENERFY
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Conduct iso-50001 awareness program (top middle
    bottom level).
  • Form a steering committee and task force for
    documentation
  • Analyse energy uses and consumption
  • Brainstorming on energy usage of all possible
    energy use and consumption past and present).
    identification of areas of most significant
    energy use.
  • Define energy policy, objectives and targets.
    record energy baseline and identify enpis.
  • Prepare documents of energy management system,
    records, legal requirements.
  • Train all for energy policy and for achieving
    objectives targets.
  • Communication to all including suppliers and
    interested parties.
  • Implementation train all personnel in the use
    of procedures formats. preparation and
    implementation of energy action plan.
  • Train internal auditors.
  • Assess the system through first internal audit.
  • Take corrective actions for non-conformities.
  • Apply for certification.
  • Assess the system through second round of
    internal audit.
  • Avail onsite document adequacy and preaudit of
    certifying body.
  • Take actions on suggestions given by them.
  • Final audit by certifying body.

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TIPS TO TRAINED INTERNAL AUDITOR
  • Auditor is always fact finder and not fault
    finder.
  • As per ISO50001-2011 auditor looks for
    effectiveness of system, energy use and
    management and not only records.
  • Auditors 4 key boundaries
  • a. ISO50001-2011 requirements
  • b. Own written documents
  • c. Energy performance indicators and significant
    energy use areas
  • d. Statutory regulatory requirements
  • 4. Audit methodology
  • a. Interview people
  • b. Verify records
  • c. Witness / process checking
  • d. Own verification of process / product/service
    parameters
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