Energy management II course – Energy management system in practice
is aimed at presenting the energy management system in practice with concrete examples from various areas of industry and services from all over Europe.
- Under the guidance of an experienced lecturer, participants apply the content mainly using exercises and examples from practice.
- The lecturer of the course is John Mulholland, an international expert in the field of Energy Management , who works in various manufacturing and service industries and for business organizations in 12 countries.
- The course will show how to build and develop an energy management system
- An invitation from John Mulholland in a short video.
The form of course implementation is face-to-face or online (or both forms) .
The working methods used in the training programs are chosen in such a way as to ensure interactivity, adaptation of the content to the needs of the participants and a priority focus on the transfer of knowledge into practice .
- To present how effective energy management systems work in practice. Practical experience with the use of systems according to ISO 50001 – the global standard of the energy management system.
- Showing the benefits of using energy systems and examples of how to build and develop energy management systems based on ISO 50001 standards.
- In an illustrative way, show the introduction and development of selected process management tools used in ISO 50001
- The program takes place in the form of an interpretation of the principles illustrated by examples from organizations and by working in groups, in which the participants practice the application of the acquired methods with the solution of the application to their own organization in practical exercises.
Energy management systems in practice
- What is an energy management system (EnMS)?
- What are the advantages of using ISO 50001 and similar systems in practice?
- Does it have an impact on reducing energy consumption?
What is the process of implementing the energy management system?
- Analysis of the differences (“gap analysis”) of the current and desired state of the system in the organization, construction of EnMS, operation of EnMS
- Standard structure of EnMS and its relation to other standards
- System and energy specific provisions
- Responsibilities of management and the EnMS team in building and developing the system,
- Other key players and involvement of all employees.
Audits and certification of energy management systems
- Internal audits according to ISO 5001 and similar standards.
- External audits – selection of an accredited certification body
- How supervisory audits and system recertification are conducted
For course participants, we offer the possibility of subsequent application support in the form of individual consultation with a lecturer or in the form of workshops directly at the client.
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