Introduction ISO 50001:2018

CoursesIntroduction ISO 50001:2018
Date and time29 October 2024
CateringIncluded in course fee 
Day course
Price3.900,- ex VAT
Registration deadline30 September 2024

Get equipped to manage and implement ISO 50001:2018

Energy management is the way to systematically manage your organisation's energy and climate efforts. 
Effective energy management is good for the environment as well as for your organisation's profitability and competitiveness.

The international standard for building an energy management system is ISO 50001:2018. 
Energy management according to ISO 50001:2018 is a documented and systematic method to ensure energy-optimised solutions for the benefit of both the company and society.  
Management must be in charge of an energy policy, followed by concrete objectives for energy work.

Course description: 
In this course, you'll get a detailed overview of the standard's requirement elements, complemented by various tools. We will discuss what energy audits mean for your organisation.

The ISO 50001:2018 standard contains a number of key requirement elements, from management's commitment to continuously improve the organisation's energy performance to management's annual evaluation of its efforts. There is a large overlap between ISO 50001:2018 and ISO 14001:2015. You will learn about the synergy between the management systems. The teaching alternates between theory, cases, independent work and group assignments.

Target group: 
The course is aimed at environmental managers, managers, auditors and people working with energy management in industry, service and construction who want a thorough introduction to energy management systems.

You will gain a basic knowledge of the content of ISO 50001:2018 and you will be able to use the standard in the practical work of building, maintaining and auditing.

Kristian Glæsel, who has been project manager for ISO's development of the international occupational health and safety standard, ISO 45001:2018. 
Kristian Glæsel has many years of experience with management standards in practice and teaching

Minimum number of participants:
Basically 4 people - for synergy and knowledge sharing between participants.