TUUVGLOBE ISO 50001
WHAT IS ISO 50001?
ISO 50001 is the international standard for “Energy Management System (EnMS).” This standard provides the best robust framework to optimize energy efficiency in both the private and public sectors.
The main objective of the ISO 50001 Standard is to improve the energy efficiency and energy-related performances. This standard also helps in identifying various methods in energy deduction opportunities.
ISO 50001 CERTIFICATION
The certification to ISO 50001 standards is defined as an organization for commitment to continuous improvements in energy management and implementation of these will enable an organization to be a leading example in their respective industries. The ISO 50001 certification ensures all the regulatory requirements and related legislative as met by the industry standards.
BENEFITS OF ISO 50001 CERTIFICATION
ISO 50001 FRAMEWORK REQUIREMENTS
ISO 50001 CERTIFICATION AUDIT PROCESS
ISO 50001 Certification Audit is conducted by the professional and lead auditors with hands-on experience. ISO 50001 Standard Certification contains majorly two stages for a complete Audit Process:
Stage1: It is a preliminary and informal review of EnMS for the audit. It’s like checking the completeness and existence of documentation likely EnMS manual, organization’s documents which contains energy management uses and other necessary key points.
Stage 2: It is the most detailed and compliance format of an audit. It helps in testing the EnMS against the requirements of ISO 50001. Auditors will seek the evidence for a confirmation process about the energy management system. They look for the evidence among properly designed and implemented energy management system. Also, it checks for the proper management body to meet the EnMS standards.
ISO 50001 ELIGIBILITY
Any organization or business with small, medium or large scale sectors are eligible for the ISO 50001 benefits within the energy and cost efficiency details as per the implementation of the standards according to the market needs.