ISO 50001 - Overview
There are also a number of indirect benefits that organisations receive from achieving ISO 50001 certification which vary from industry to industry and with the type of improvements made. Typical examples include reduced waste production, compliance with applicable legal requirements, improved control of operations leading to improved productivity and improved comfort levels in buildings.
reduced cost of energy consumption
reduced environmental impact of operations through energy savings and reductions in CO2
improved operational performance of equipment
improves data accuracy and control of energy consumption
compliance with applicable legal requirements
increased labour efficiencies and delivery of core offerings
What is ISO 50001?
ISO 50001 is based on the management system model of continual improvement. The Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) cycle is the operating cycle of ISO management standards used for other well-known standards such as ISO 9001 or ISO 14001. The idea behind an EnMS is to have a systematic approach that will be sustainable and nurture a culture of continuous improvement.
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