ISO 50001:2018 - Energy Management System
ISO 50001 EnMS is an international standard that outlines the requirements for an ISO 50001 energy management system (EnMS) that organizations can use to improve their energy performance and reduce their environmental impact. The standard was developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and was first published in 2011.
The latest version of the standard, ISO 50001:2018, was released in August 2018 and replaced the previous version, ISO 50001:2011 EnMS. The new version has a more strategic focus and includes changes that make it easier to integrate with other management systems such as ISO 9001 (quality management) and ISO 14001 (environmental management).
ISO 50001 EnMS provides a framework for organizations to establish policies, procedures, and objectives for improving their energy performance, including energy efficiency, use, and consumption. The standard emphasizes the importance of a continuous improvement approach to energy management and encourages organizations to set targets and measure their progress toward achieving them.
By implementing an energy management system through ISO 50001 Consultants, that meets the requirements of ISO 50001 Energy management system, organizations can identify and prioritize opportunities for energy savings, reduce their energy costs, and enhance their reputation as environmentally responsible businesses.
Ten Clauses of ISO 50001:2018
- Normative References
- Terms and Definitions
- Context of the organization
- Performance Evaluation
Benefits of adopting ISO 50001:2018
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Several Key Changes in 2018 Version of ISO 50001 from 2011 Version
High-Level Structure: The 2018 version of ISO 50001 uses the High-Level Structure (HLS), which is a common structure used for all ISO management system standards. This makes it easier for organizations to integrate their EnMS with other management systems, such as ISO 9001 (quality management) and ISO 14001 (environmental management).
Risk-based thinking: The 2018 version of ISO 50001 requires organizations to apply risk-based thinking to identify and address potential risks and opportunities related to their energy performance. This helps organizations to proactively manage their energy use and improve their energy performance.
Performance indicators: The 2018 version of ISO 50001 requires organizations to establish, implement, and maintain documented information on performance indicators to monitor and measure their energy performance. This helps organizations to track their progress and identify opportunities for improvement.
Life cycle perspective: The 2018 version of ISO 50001 requires organizations to consider the life cycle of their energy-related activities, products, and services. ISO 50001 EnMS helps organizations to identify opportunities for energy efficiency and to minimize the environmental impact of their energy use.
Our Unique Implementation Approach as an ISO 50001 Consultant
♦ EnMS Awareness Training
♦ Initial Gap Audit
♦ Finding Presentation
♦ Training Man-hour
♦ Initial Gap Findings
♦ EnMS Policy & Scope Defining
♦ EnMS Committee Defining
♦ Roles & Responsibilities Defining
♦ EnMS Implementation Plan Communicating
♦ EnMS KPIs Defining & Target Setting
♦ Review Mechanism Planning
♦ Identify Critical Area/Product
♦ Developing EnMS Manual (Both Apex & Departmental Manual)
♦ EnMS Communication Strategy Development
♦ Internal Auditing Team Identification
♦ EnMS Policy
♦ EnMS Leader Team
♦ EnMS Leader Roles & Responsibilities
♦ EnMS KPIs & Tracking System
♦ Communication Strategy
♦ Review Mechanism
♦ Internal Auditor Team
♦ Departmental Quality Manual
♦ Apex Quality Manual
♦ Aspect Impact Analysis
♦ EnMS Corrective Tools Training & Implementation (RCA, CAPA, 7QC, COPQ)
♦ Develop SOP for Critical to Energy Process
♦ Implement all components of the Energy management system
♦ EnMS Preventive & Corrective Tools awareness & implementation
Process SOP, WI
♦ 4M Change Management Matrix
♦ Abnormalities Matrix
♦ CAPA Effectiveness Measurement
♦ EnMS KPI Review
♦ Pre-Assessment of the EnMS auditor
♦ CAPA effectiveness Score
♦ Internal Auditor performance score
♦ Readiness for external Audit
♦ Correct Non Conformance
♦ Celebration & Visiting
♦ No. of Non-Conformance Closing
Why Choose Us?
Result Oriented – We are not only working for providing trainings but also do the practice work in respect of result oriented implementation of ISO 50001 EnMS.
Optimum Time/ Time Bounded – Everyone is aware of how drawn out the ISO 50001 certification procedure is! If certification takes too long, it is hard to stay motivated and concentrated. Not to worry! In most cases, we can help you become certified in less time than 90 days.
Cost Effective – We provide a lean, tailored ISO compliant management system, which results in significant cost savings on the implementation stage, which is sometimes disregarded yet is typically the most expensive phase of ISO compliance.
Training and Support in Implementation – TMS ‘s ISO Certification Consultant are IRCA/CQI Certified & Highly Qualified, Who Train and Sensitize Employees on Requirement and Benefits of ISO System followed by helping in Documentation Processes, SOP Development & Implementation required for External Certification. Maintaining ISO compliance doesn’t have to be expensive at all! With a lean and compliant ISO quality consulting strategy, we further support for ISO Sustenance/ Surveillance Audit.
Certified & Dedicated Resource – You can work together with ISO 50001 Consultant TMS or handle continuing compliance independently. Monitoring and internal audits are also included in our specialized ISO Consulting Service. Our Professionals Keeps an eye on your Energy Management System (EnMS) to make sure it is functioning consistently and improving. We can also assist in easily bringing it into compliance with any upcoming revisions to the ISO standard.