IS0 50001 – Energy Management Systems - Tuv Sud

1y ago
141 Views
13 Downloads
2.15 MB
16 Pages
Last View : 1m ago
Last Download : 7m ago
Upload by : Elise Ammons
Transcription

IS0 50001 –Energy managementsystemsReduce energy costs and achieve acompetitive advantageWhite paperAbstractISO 50001 Energy Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use, helps organisations introduce,operate and continually optimise a comprehensive energy management system (EnMS). The successfulimplementation of this systematic approach can optimise energy use by improving energy performance, reducingenergy consumption and/or increasing energy efficiency.First released in 2011, ISO 50001 has gained wide global acceptance amongst companies wishing to raiseawareness of resource efficiency. On 21 August 2018 a revised edition of ISO 50001 was published by the ISO(International Organization for Standardization). On 23 November 2018 the German version of the revised standardDIN EN ISO 50001:2018 was published by DIN. Organisations which currently hold ISO 50001:2011 certificationmust re-certify on 20 August 2021 at the latest, to meet the requirements of this updated standard. From 21February 2020 onwards, audits may only be carried out according to ISO 50001:2018, as per the IAF-resolution2017-14 (International Accreditation Forum).TÜV SÜD

ContentsENERGY MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES3A NEW ENERGY MANAGEMENT APPROACH - ISO 500014PLAN-DO-CHECK-ACT5REQUIREMENTS7HOW TO GET STARTED11THIRD-PARTY CERTIFICATION BY TÜV SÜD12WHY CHOSE TÜV SÜD13CONCLUSION14About the TÜV SÜD expertKlaus-Dieter FürschProduct Compliance Manager, TÜV SÜDKlaus-Dieter Fürsch is product compliance manager and certified lead auditor for energy management systems atTÜV SÜD in Munich, Germany. He is also a certified lead auditor for environmental management systems(ISO 14001). Fürsch’s auditing experience covers a wide range of industries, including automotive, chemical, food,paper, leather and textiles, as well as a number of industrial processes, such as metal production and processing,plastics processing, and glass production and processing. He also has extensive technical experience in watermanagement and conservation, and worker occupational health and safety issues.2IS0 50001 – Energy management systems TÜV SÜD

Energy management challengesISO 50001 enablesorganisations tosystematically optimiseenergy performance in allprocesses.Organisations the world over arefacing both volatile and risingenergy prices, and for many energyrepresents one of the biggest singlecost items. This comes at a time ofincreasing competitive pressure thatis forcing companies to find newways to reduce their total overheads.Additionally, there are mountingconcerns about sustainability and thegreenhouse gas emissions producedby organisations. Businesses acrossthe world are also under pressurefrom a constantly changing regulatorylandscape.In light of these growing multidimensional pressures, energy is nowon the corporate agenda, in the searchfor potential savings and broaderbusiness benefits. Consequently,organisations must identify measuresto manage energy use while at thesame time communicating energymanagement efforts to an increasinglyenvironmentally conscious public.Effective energy managementis therefore not only becomingincreasingly important to businesses,it is also evolving into an ever morecomplex corporate issue.The development of an energymanagement system according toISO 50001 is suitable for every typeof company, regardless of their sizeand industry. A voluntary internationalstandard, ISO 50001 enablesorganisations to systematicallyoptimise energy performance in allprocesses and promote more efficientenergy management.Benefits of an energy managementsystemTo manage energy consumptioneffectively, industry needs aconsistent method that extendsacross all types of energy end-users.This includes industrial plants, aswell as commercial and institutionalbuildings. Such a systematic energymanagement approach will enableorganisations to successfully evaluateenergy use and consumption, identifytheir significant energy uses, andconsequently develop comprehensivestrategies to improve energyperformance.ISO 50001 offers measurable costbenefits to organisations. It allowsyour business to achieve greatertransparency andpromotes best practice in energymanagement by demonstrating howenergy is consumed throughoutyour value chain. The ISO 50001energy management system (EnMS)framework is widely known to improvebottom lines through systematic,data-driven and fact-based processesfor improvements in energy efficiencyand consumption, while enhancinga company’s reputation andenvironmental performance.BENEFITS OF AN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSAVE MONEYImprove energyefficiency andreduce energyconsumption.GAIN ACOMPETITIVE EDGEPromote energymanagement bestpractice.IMPROVETRANSPARENCYClearly communicateenergy managementefforts.TÜV SÜD IS0 50001 – Energy management systemsOPTIMISE ENERGYCONSUMINGASSETSIdentify problemareas.ACHIEVE WORLDCLASS STANDARDSBenchmarkenergy efficiencyimprovements.3

A new energy management approach ISO 50001:2018ISO 50001:2011 certified companies must transition to thenew standard by 20 August 2021First published in 2011,a revised edition ofthe ISO 50001 energymanagement systemstandard was released in2018.First published in 2011, a revisededition of the ISO 50001 energymanagement system standard wasreleased in 2018. After 20 August2021, following a three-year transitionperiod, ISO 50001:2011 certificates willno longer be valid.High-Level StructureISO 50001:2018 is based on theHigh-Level Structure (HSL), whichhas been established as the commonframework for ISO managementsystem standards. The uniformarchitecture, along with the useof common terms and definitions,facilitates a smooth integrationof new and existing managementsystems within an organisation.The harmonization of the ISOmanagement system standards4FROM 21 FEBRUARY 202020 AUGUST 2021Only audits (CA, RA, SA, upgradeaudits, special audits) according toISO 50001:2018 are permittedFinal date for ISO 50001:2011certificate expirythrough HSL ensures a strongerfocus on common topics that are vitalfor the success of a managementsystem. Examples include:organisation - elevating energymanagement into corporatemanagement governance, just asquality and safety practices are.Role of top management – Designand communication of policies andresponsibilities Context of the company – Internaland external issues whichinfluence your organisation Interested parties – Expectationsof parties impacted by yourorganisation Risk and opportunity evaluation –Broad approach to address risksand opportunitiesISO 50001:2018 provides a frameworkof requirements for organisations to: Consequently, the updated ISO 50001includes a greater emphasis on theresponsibilities of top managementand highlights the importance ofinstilling a cultural change in theDevelop a policy for more efficientuse of energy. Fix targets and objectives to meetthe policy. Identify, measure, monitor andanalyse the key characteristicsof operations affecting energyperformance. Facilitate data-based analysis anddecisions about energy use. Measure the results. Review how well the policy works. Continually improve energyperformance and energymanagement systems. IS0 50001 – Energy management systems TÜV SÜD

Plan-Do-Check-ActPLAN-DO-CHECK-ACT CYCLEAs foreseen by the High-LevelStructure, the requirements of ISO50001 are described in sections 4 –10, and follow the Plan, Do, Check,Act (PDCA) cycle. With a focus onidentifying significant energy uses,as well as opportunities to reduceconsumption and improve efficiency,this approach will help organisationsto continually improve performance.External andinternal issuesContext of theorganisationScope of the energy management systemPPlanningPlanUnderstand the context of theorganisation. Identify and determine relevantexternal and internal issues thataffect the organisation’s ability toachieve the intended outcome ofthe EnMS and improve its energyperformance. Establish an energy policy and anenergy management team withassigned roles, responsibilities andauthorities. Conduct an energy reviewto analyse energy use andconsumption, based onmeasurement and other data. Identify significant energyuses (SEUs), and determineand prioritise opportunities forimproving energy performance. Establish energy performanceindicators (EnPIs) and energybaseline(s) (EnBs), to enable theorganisation to demonstrateenergy performance improvement. Establish objectives and energytargets, as well as action plansnecessary to deliver results thatwill improve energy performance. Define and implement an energydata collection plan to monitorthe key characteristics of theorganisation’s operations that areNeeds and expectations ofinterested parties AImprovementLeadershipSupport andOperationDPerformanceevaluationCIntended outcomes of the energy management systemSource: ISO 50001 – Energy Management Systems, requirements with guidance for use affecting its energy performance.Determine actions to addressrisks and opportunities to preventor reduce undesired effects, andachieve continual improvementsof the EnMS and energyperformance.Do Implement the action plans toachieve objectives and energytargets and to address risks andopportunities.TÜV SÜD IS0 50001 – Energy management systemsOperational and maintenancecontrols of the processes relatedto and organisation’s SEUs. Ensure competence of person(s)doing work, who are under theorganisation’s control and affectboth its energy performance andEnMS. Determine the internal andexternal communication relevantto the EnMS. Consider energy performanceimprovement in design andprocurement. 5

CheckMonitor, measure and analyse thekey characteristics (effectivenessof action plans to achieveobjectives and energy targets,EnPIs, operation of SEUs, energyconsumption). Evaluate the organisation’s energyperformance by comparing EnPIvalue(s) against the correspondingEnB(s) and the effectiveness of theEnMS. Conduct internal audits to confirmif the the EnMS conforms to thestandard’s requirements and improve energy performance, andif it is effectively implemented andmaintained. Conduct management review(s) toensure the continuing suitability,adequacy and effectiveness ofthe organisation’s EnMS, andits alignment with the strategicdirection of the organisation.Act Take actions to addressnonconformities, and continuallyimprove energy performance andthe EnMS.With a focus onidentifying significantenergy uses, as well asopportunities to reduceconsumption and improveefficiency, this approachwill help organisationsto continually improveperformance.ENERGY PLANNING PROCESSPLANNING INPUTS(See 4.1, 4.2, 6.1)PLANNINGPLANNING OUTPUTSSTRATEGIC(See 6.1.1)(6.1 Actions to address risks and opportunities)Internal and external issues(from context) Needs and expectations ofinterested parties. Identification of risks andopportunitiesActions to address risks andopportunitiesTACTICAL(6.3 Energy review)Energy reviewBased on energy consumptionand/or identified opportunitiesfor energy performanceimprovement, determine SEUsCurrent energy typesPast and current energy uses Past and current energyconsumption For SEUs, determine:relevant variables current energy performance personnel Determine and prioritiseopportunities for improvingenergy performance6Energy use and consumptiontrends Future energy use andconsumption Opportunities for energyperformance improvement SEUs EnPIs EnBs Energy objectives, energytargets and action plans Energy data collection plan IS0 50001 – Energy management systems TÜV SÜD

RequirementsThe requirements of ISO 50001 aredescribed in clauses 4 – 10 and followthe PDCA cycleClause 4 - Context of the organisationWhen setting up an energymanagement system, ISO 50001requires that internal and externalissues in the context of the company(which affect its ability to achievethe intended outcome of the EnMSand improve its energy performance)must be considered as part of theenergy planning process. Thisincludes identifying interestedparties and understanding theirrelevant needs and expectations inrelation to the organisation’s energyperformance and the EnMS. It mustalso ensure that it has access to, andtakes into account, relevant legalrequirements and other requirementsrelated to its energy efficiency, useand consumption.The organisation shall determine theboundaries and applicability of theEnMS to establish its scope. It mustalso ensure that it has the authority tocontrol its energy efficiency, energyuse and energy consumption withinthe scope and boundaries of theEnMS. Neither must the organisationexclude an energy type within thescope and boundaries. OutsourcedSEU’s, or processes related to itsSEU’s which are performed byexternal organisations are within thescope (see clause 8).Clause 5 – LeadershipISO 50001: 2018 places greaterdemands on senior managementand its commitment to ensuringthat the EnMS achieves the desiredenergy-related performance results.Top management must ensure thatthe responsibilities and authoritiesfor relevant roles are assignedand communicated within theorganisation. They must also ensurethat the EnMS is compatible withTÜV SÜD IS0 50001 – Energy management systemsthe organisation’s wider strategicdirection, and consequently that theEnMS’s requirements are integratedacross the business processes.Unlike the old version of the standard,this responsibility can no longer bedelegated to a representative.Top management must alsoensure the formation of an energymanagement team, which hasresponsibility for the implementationof ISO 50001, and ensure that theresponsibilities and authoritiesfor relevant roles are assignedand communicated within theorganisation.7

Clause 6 – PlanningThe energy planning andreview process must take intoconsideration the issues relating toits understanding of the organisationand its context (Clause 4.1) andrequirements relating to the needsand expectations of interestedparties (Clause 4.2). This will helpthem to identify the activities andprocesses that impact energyperformance, and how this can becontinually improved.The organisation must identify itsopportunities and risks to ensure that:The EnMS can achieve itsintended goals. Undesirable effects are preventedor reduced. A continual improvement of theEnMS and the energy-relatedperformance is achieved. Once the opportunities and risks havebeen identified, the organisation mustplan how they will be addressed,as well as their integration andimplementation within the EnMS, andhow effectiveness can be evaluated.This should include the establishmentof objectives and energy targets, aswell as conducting an energy review.To identify areas of SEU andopportunities for energy performanceimprovement, the energy reviewanalyses energy efficiency, energyuse, and energy consumption basedon data and other information.The energy review helps to createEnPIs, Energy Baselines (EnB)and objectives and targets forimprovement. The energy reviewshould be updated at definedintervals, as well as in response8THE ENERGY REVIEW SHOULD:Analyse energy use and consumption Based on measurement and other data, i.e.:–– Identify current types of energy–– Evaluate past and current energy use(s) and consumptionIdentify significant areas of energy use (SEU) For each SEU:–– Determine relevant variables–– Determine current energy performance–– Identify the person(s) doing work that affect the SEUsDetermine and prioritise opportunities for improving energy performanceEstimate future energy use(s) and energy consumptionto major changes in any facilities,equipment, systems, or processes.The output of the energy reviewprovides the basis for theimplementation objectives and targetsthat will achieve energy performanceimprovement. The energy reviewmust be updated at defined intervalsand in response to any major changesin facilities, equipment, systems orenergy-using processes.The organisation must also determinethe EnPIs that will measure energyperformance, so that a demonstrableimprovement can be monitored.An EnB can be established usinginformation from the energy review.If data indicates that relevantvariables affect energy performancesignificantly, the shall carry outnormalisation of both the EnPIvalue(s) and the EnB(s).The “Plan for Energy Measurement”,which was previously required bythe old standard under “Monitoring,Measurement and Analysis”, is nowan integral part of EnMS planningin the new ISO 50001:2018 and isreferred to as the “Energy DataCollection Plan”. This ensuresthat the data required to identify,measure, monitor and analyse thekey characteristics is captured. Datashould include relevant variables forSEUs; energy consumption relatedto SEUs and the organisation;operational criteria related to SEUs;static factors (where applicable);and data specified in action plans.Based on the collected energy data,the improvement in energy-relatedperformance and the effectiveness ofthe EnMS can then be demonstrated.IS0 50001 – Energy management systems TÜV SÜD

Clause 7 – SupportThe organisation is responsiblefor determining and providingthe resources needed for theestablishment, implementation,maintenance and continualimprovement of energy performanceand the EnMS. The EnMS must beactioned by competent people, whoare supported by the appropriatelevel of resource (financialand infrastructure). There is arequirement to retain evidence ofworkers’ competence, while ensuringappropriate education and training,as well as awareness raising aboutenergy performance issues.A communication process mustmake workers aware of the EnMS.The organisation is also required tohave a process for communicatinginformation relevant to the EnMS,both internally and externally, as wellas keep documented evidence ofthese practices.Clause 8 – Operationbe communicated to the relevantpeople that are under the control ofthe organisation. It must also ensurethat the processes are controlled, aslaid out in the criteria. Documentedevidence must also be kept, toshow that the processes have beencarried out in accordance withthe plan. If the organisation makesarrangements with an externalorganisation to perform SEU’s orprocesses to its SEU’s as a part of anorganisation’s function or processes,the organisation must also ensurethat outsourced SEU’s or processesto its SEU’s are controlled.During the design of facilities,equipment, systems and energy-usingprocesses, the organisation mustconsider if there will be any significantimpacts on energy performance overthe operating lifetime, to identifyimprovement opportunities andoperational control. It must alsoestablish criteria for evaluating theenergy performance for any energyusing products, equipment andservices that are procured.Clause 9 – Performance evaluationOrganisations must ascertain whatmust be measured and monitored, bywhom and with what frequency, togive an indication of how the energymanagement system is performingand if the main focus of continualenergy performance improvement isachieved. This must include internalaudits of the EnMS at plannedintervals and documented evidencemust be retained.Top management is also responsiblefor reviewing the organisation’sEnMS, to ensure its continuingsuitability, adequacy, effectivenessand alignment with the strategicdirection of the organisation. Thestandard gives in-depth detailabout what such a managementreview should include; the energyperformance inputs that must becovered; and how the outputs of thereview must cover decisions relatingto continual improvement and anynecessary updates to the EnMS.This clause covers how theorganisation should plan, implementand control the processes, relatedto the SEUs identified in the energyreview (Clause 6.3), and which areneeded to meet requirements andto implement the actions during theobjectives setting phase (Clause 6.2).To achieve this, they must establishprocess criteria that include theeffective operation and maintenanceof facilities, equipment, systems andenergy-using processes, where theirabsence can lead to a significantdeviation from intended energyperformance. These criteria mustTÜV SÜD IS0 50001 – Energy management systems9

Clause 10 – ImprovementThe organisation must identifyopportunities for improvementand take action to support theintended outcomes of the energymanagement system. Emphasis isgiven to investigating and takingcorrective actions, as well asreviewing the effectiveness of anycorrective actions and to reportingof nonconformities. Nonconformitiesinclude significant deviation from10established criteria or unintendedchanges for the effective operationof processes, facilities, equipment,systems and energy-using processes;significant deviation from intendedenergy performance, deviation ofcompliance with legal and otherrequirements. The organisationis required to continually improvethe suitability, adequacy andeffectiveness of the EnMS, todemonstrate continual energyperformance improvement.The organisation mustidentify opportunities forimprovement and takeaction to support theintended outcomes ofthe energy managementsystem.IS0 50001 – Energy management systems TÜV SÜD

How to get startedKey to the success of an ISO 50001management system is the ability todemonstrate continual improvementin energy performance, and you willbe measured against this during yourcertification audit cycles.The decision to introduce the EnMSindependently, or whether to integrateit into an existing managementsystem, is at the discretion of theindividual business. However, in mostcases it is advisable to integrate theEnMS into an existing ISO 14001environmental management system,or an ISO 9001 quality managementsystem. In this way synergies can beexploited, allowing organisations toleverage their existing investments inmanagement system compliance.ISO 50001 AUDIT PROCESSDelta auditISO 50001:2018 by offering a DELTAAudit.Organisations certified to ISO50001:2011 are advised to reviewthe new requirements at an earlystage, and to adapt and revisetheir processes accordingly. TÜVSÜD supports companies with thetransition from ISO 50001:2011 toEnergy olicyEnergy planningManagementreviewImplementation and operationMonitoring,measurementand analysisCheckingInternal audits of the EnMSA DELTA audit is an efficientapproach to analysing thedifferences between your existingenergy management systemaccording to ISO 50001:2011 andthe new requirements of ISONonconformities, correction,corrective and preventitive action50001:2018. The audit involvesrelevant gap analysis to assess yourexisting processes, specifications,and procedures. It also identifiesnonconformities and differences, aswell as weaknesses in terms of ISO50001:2018 requirements, enablingyou to focus on the key areas thatrequire action.PREPARE FOR A SMOOTH CERTIFICATION PROCESSUPSKILLINGGAP ANALYSISIMPLEMENTATIONDOCUMENTATIONBecome familiar withISO 50001 objectives andrequirementsIdentify gaps againstISO 50001 requirementsOutline and implementmeasures to comply withISO 50001 requirementsRecord measures and keyperformance indicators todocument effectivenessand complianceTÜV SÜD IS0 50001 – Energy management systems11

Third-party certification by TÜV SÜDAn internationally accreditedCertification Body, TÜV SÜDprovides the necessary expertiseand experience to assessyour organisation against therequirements of ISO 50001 and othermanagement system standards.During a certification process,TÜV SÜD’s independent andqualified auditors apply the followingtechniques:Document reviewEvaluation of the organisation’srequirements and/ or documentationto ensure the systematic control of allprocesses relevant to ISO 50001.On-site-auditVerification (in the form ofinterviews and on-site inspectionat the customer’s premises) thatthe requirements of ISO 50001 arebeing implemented effectively. Thisinvolves checking processes basedon records kept by the organisation.Such records include availablescope and boundaries of the EnMS,energy policy, energy review,definition of EnB(s), EnPI(s), energydata collection plan, energy data,implemented targets and energytargets, an action plan to performenergy performance improvements,training and qualification records,evidence of effective operation ofprocesses in line with establishedcriteria, results of monitoringand measurement, results of theevaluation of compliance with legaland other requirements, results ofinternal audits and managementreview.In addition to offering comprehensiveevaluations and reports, we canprovide you with our TÜV SÜDcertification mark, which is globallyrecognised and synonymous withquality and safety.GET YOUR ISO 50001 CERTIFICATIONDOCUMENTATIONREVIEW AUDITON-SITEAUDITCLOSINGTHE GAPCERTIFICATIONISSUANCESURVEILLANCEAUDITSTÜV SÜD evaluates your documentationand companyrecordsTÜV SÜD reviews thecompliance of youractual activities tostandard requirementsand company records.Your organisationidentifies andimplements measuresto correct the rootcause of any nonconformancesidentified by the audit.TÜV SÜD issues theISO 50001 certificationand certification markAnnual auditrequired to maintaincertification validity (Unannounced auditsmay occur in specialcases)12IS0 50001 – Energy management systems TÜV SÜD

Why choose TÜV SÜDTÜV SÜD is an internationallyaccredited certification body,so you can be assured that weconduct certifications with thehighest degree of professionalismand conformance to internationalguidelines and standards. TÜV SÜD’sexperts hold various internationaland national accreditations to satisfylocal requirements for combinedInternationallyaccredited CertificationBody for a wide rangeof management systemstandardsauditing exercises. In addition, ourauditors are required to follow a strictcode of conduct through AuditorCodex, which assures both you andyour customers of our completeindependence and professionalism.continent, certifying organisations’compliance to ISO 50001 on a globalscale. Furthermore, TÜV SÜD hasthe broad sector expertise requiredto help organisations from variousindustries in different geographicallocations to achieve compliance.Our international network enablesus to offer certification and auditorengagement services on everyHelps to optimiseenergy efficientbusiness operationsacross industriesTÜV SÜD IS0 50001 – Energy management systemsGloballyrecognised TÜV SÜDcertification markAvailable in allkey regions acrossthe world13

ConclusionISO 50001 provides allkinds of organisationwith a systematicapproach to monitorand reduce their energyconsumption, therebyincreasing energyefficiency and improvingprofitability.Organisations across all industriesare faced with the exponentiallyincreasing cost of energy. It isnow vital that they can objectivelyevaluate their energy consumption,to maintain or reduce costs andlessen their negative impact on theenvironment. ISO 50001 providesall kinds of organisation with asystematic approach to monitor andreduce their energy consumption,thereby increasing energy efficiencyand improving profitability.14The introduction and application ofISO 50001:2018 is subject to a threeyear transition period, in which theold and new standards are valid at thesame time. This transition period endson 20 August 2021, after which allISO 50001: 2011 certificates lose theirvalidity. Certified companies shouldtherefore familiarise themselves withthe new requirements at an earlystage and systematically plan thenecessary adjustments.The good news for those businesseswhich are already certified underISO 50001: 2011 is that conversionto ISO 50001: 2018 can take place aspart of a repeat audit, or a scheduledsurveillance audit. If this is the case,and TÜV SÜD believes that if there isalready an existing effective EnMS inplace, then no far-reaching revisionsare necessary. However, companieswithout previous certification mustundergo the two-stage process forinitial certification.IS0 50001 – Energy management systems TÜV SÜD

COPYRIGHT NOTICEThe information contained in this document represents the current view of TÜV SÜD on the issues discussed as of the date of publication. Because TÜV SÜD must respond to changingmarket conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of TÜV SÜD, and TÜV SÜD cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information presented after the date ofpublication. This White Paper is for informational purposes only. TÜV SÜD makes no warranties, express, implied or statutory, as to the information in this document. Complying with allapplicable copyright laws is the responsibility of the user. Without limiting the rights under copyright, no part of this document may be reproduced, stored in or introduced into a retrievalsystem, or transmitted in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise), or for any purpose, without the express written permission of TÜVSÜD. TÜV SÜD may have patents, patent applications, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property rights covering subject matter in this document. Except as expressly providedin any written license agreement from TÜV SÜD, the furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property.ANY REPRODUCTION, ADAPTATION OR TRANSLATION OF THIS DOCUMENT WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION IS PROHIBITED, EXCEPT AS ALLOWED UNDER THE COPYRIGHTLAWS. TÜV SÜD Group – 2019 – All rights reserved - TÜV SÜD is a registered trademark of TÜV SÜD GroupDISCLAIMERAll reasonable measures have been taken to ensure the quality, reliability, and accuracy of the information in the content. However, TÜV SÜD is not responsible for the third-party contentcontained in this publication. TÜV SÜD makes no warranties or representations, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of information contained in this publication.This publication is intended to provide general information on a particular subject or subjects and is not an exhaustive treatment of such subject(s). Accordingly, t

edition of the ISO 50001 energy management system standard was released in 2018. After 20 August 2021, following a three-year transition period, ISO 50001:2011 certificates will no longer be valid. High-Level Structure ISO 50001:2018 is based on the High-Level Structure (HSL), which has been established as

Related Documents:

ISO 50001:2018 TIMESCALES ISO 50001:2018 was published 22 August 2018 and is the replacement for ISO 50001:2011. For organizations currently using ISO 50001:2011 there is a three-year transition period to switch to ISO 50001:2018. STRUCTURE OF ISO 50001:2018 The structure of ISO 50001:2018 follows the high level structure being applied to all .

IS0 3059:2i 01 @O1 (E) Foreword IS0 (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies s (IS0 member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through IS0 technical committees.

IS0 2631 1:1997(E) @ IS0 Foreword IS0 (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies (IS0 member bodies).

Ref.No.EN ISO 50001:2018 E National foreword This British Standard is the UK implementation of EN ISO 50001:2018. It is identical to ISO 50001:2018. It supersedes BS EN ISO 50001:2011, which is withdrawn. The UK participation in its preparation was e

1. Energy Management System Conformance to ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard 2. Energy Performance Improvement (5% minimum over 3 years 7 ISO 50001 Components in place: Baseline Policy Plan Team/Leader Superior Energy Performance Single facility ISO 50001 conformance with validated energy pe

ISO 8502-3: 1992(E) IS0 8502-3:1992(E) Foreword IS0 (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies (IS0 member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through IS0 technical committees. Each member body interested in a subject for .File Size: 565KBPage Count: 14Explore furtherIso 8502 3 PDF - Scribdwww.scribd.comISO 8502-3:2017(en), Preparation of steel substrates .www.iso.orgISO - ISO 8502-3:2017 - Preparation of steel substrates .www.iso.orgRecommended to you b

vSTD*ISO 8502-9-ENGL 1998 4851903 0805827 ho2 W IS0 8502-9: 1998( E) Q IS0 4 Solvent Water of at least grade 3 purity in accordance with IS0 3696. NOTE - Usually, distilled or de-ionized water of conductivity less than 0,5 mS/m (5 @km) meets this requirement.File Size: 435KBPage Count: 11

IS0 2859-2 provides sampling plans arranged for use when individual or isolated lots are to be sampled. These sampling plans are in many in- stances identical to those in IS0 2859-l. All the tables of sampling plans in IS0 2859-2 in

ISO 50001 certification were provided. The plant had already started complying with the U.S. Management System for Energy (MSE 2000) standard . before developing an EnMS. MSE 2000 is widely seen as the forerunner of ISO 50001. “Starting with MSE 2000 meant moving to ISO 50001 certific

agement, updates to terms and definitions as well as the normalization and clarification of energy perfor-mance indicator (En PI) and energy baseline (EnB) text to provide a better understanding of these concepts. 6 – ISO 50001, Energy management systems ISO 50001, Energy management systems – 7

conformance to the principles of ISO 50001. 50001 Ready Is A promoter of consistent energy management principles and energy performance improvement Provides guidance based on the ISO 50001 standard used across the globe Consistent output across sectors, geography, service territor

implementing ISO 50001 2. Can be expected to achieve full conformance to ISO 50001, or is a less rigorous approach needed . 3. Find value in third-party certification of ISO 50001 conformance . 1 See US DOE’s . www.superiorenergyperformance.net

on ISO 50001, including the 50001 Ready Navigator, which provides step-by-step guidance on all aspects of the ISO 50001 implementation process, as well as other supporting tools. Recognition from national energy agencies can provide motiva-tion to p

The ISO 50001 approach to energy management is based on a Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) continual improvement process. Figure 1 shows how the key components of ISO 50001 map to the PDCA process. Important components of an ISO 50001-conformant En

ISO 50001 lowers your energy consumption, your energy bills and your environmental footprint Used by organizations across the world to manage and reduce energy use and costs, ISO 50001 is an excellent framework to help implement an energy management system (EnMS). From large

internationale Norm EN ISO 50001 ersetzt, welche in Deutschland als DIN-Norm „DIN EN ISO 50001“ veröffentlicht ist. Die neue ISO 50001 beinhaltet die Anforderungen der DIN EN 16001, geht aber über diese hinaus. Zusätzlich legt sie den Fokus auf Energie-Leistung

ISO 50001 Energy Management System Case Study . México. 1 . Ingersoll Rand . World-Class Energy Efficiency . ISO 50001 certification audit by AWS, March 2018 Organization Profile & Business Case Ingersoll Rand is a world leader in the creation of comfortable, sustainable, and efficient

DIN EN IS0 3098-0 DIN EN IS0 81 71 4-1 Amendments DIN 6784, February 1982 edition, has been superseded by the specifications of DIN IS0 13715. Previous editions DIN 6784: 1975-09, 1982-02. National Annex NA Standards referred to (and not included in Normative references) DIN 406-1 O DIN 406-1 1

International Standard IS0 230-4 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 39, Machine too/s, Subcommittee SC 2, Test conditions for metal cutting machine tools. IS0 230 for math consists ine tools:

MAT 140 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I Course Description This college transfer course includes the following topics: derivatives and integrals of polynomials, rational, logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions; curve sketching; maxima and minima of functions; related rates; work; and analytic geometry. Prerequisites: MAT 110, MAT 111 or MAT 112. 4.0 Cr (4 .