Category: Introduction to Energy Management Systems (ISO50001)

Introduction to Energy Management Systems (ISO50001)

Introduction to Energy Management Systems (ISO50001)

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Effective use of energy is critical for industrial processes. Improving energy performance can impact on quality, throughput and profitability. This course will cover a range of industries and industrial processes. Delegates will learn how to evaluate industrial energy use and identify opportunities for improvement. Industries covered include steel, non-ferrous metals, glass, cement, engineering, minerals, aerospace, food & drink, building products, rubber & plastics.

Course Objectives

At the end of the course delegates will understand:

  • Understanding energy use in industrial processes
  • Reviewing industrial energy performance
  • How to identify performance improvement opportunities
  • How to implement energy performance improvements

Course Outline

  • What is energy management?
  • Why is a management system required?
  • The use of ISO based management systems
  • In depth review of ISO50001
  • Management responsibility
  • Energy policy
  • Energy planning
  • Legal requirements
  • Energy review
  • Energy baseline
  • Energy performance indicators
  • Procedures and documentation
  • Management review
  • Internal audit of the system
  • Gaining certification
  • ISO50001 case studies

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