ISO 50001 Certification | Bureau Veritas
A general framework to manage energy costs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Energy management systems offer all types of organisations a systematic and continuous approach to reducing energy consumption. The ISO 50001 is an international standard for such a management system, it harmonizes with the structure of the ISO 14001 and is based on a so-called Plan-Do-Check-Act model. Since this model also forms the basis of the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards, ISO 50001 can easily be implemented additionally and supplement these certifications.
With ISO 50001, an energy policy with concrete principles is established, which controls the monitoring and reduction of energy use, the verification of energy savings and improvements.
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ADVANTAGES OF A CERTIFICATION BY BUREAU VERITAS
Compliance with ISO 50001 demonstrates your company's commitment to continuously optimize energy consumption.
Bureau Veritas Certification became a pioneer in ISO 50001 certification when it issued the first certificate for Reliance Infrastructure at its Danahu power plant in India in June 2011.
The certification mark of Bureau Veritas Certification is known and recognized worldwide as a symbol of reliability, sustainability and trust.
FIRST ISO 50001 CERTIFICATION WORLDWIDE
Bureau Veritas Certification was the first certification company to certify a company according to ISO 50001.
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
By implementing the ISO 50001 management system, companies gain a reliable competitive advantage and achieve significant savings.
By optimizing their consumption and increasing the use of renewable energies, energy-intensive industries and other sectors can also see significant improvements in their energy consumption:
- Objective and comprehensive presentation of energy use and consumption
- Forecast of future consumption and listing of savings potentials
- Hierarchies for targeted energy use
- Determination of basic data and close monitoring of operational activities
- Motivating incentive for the workforce
- Reporting tool for stakeholders
- Proof of commitment to sustainability
ISO 50001 can be easily integrated into existing quality, occupational health and safety and/or environmental management systems, as all forms of organization strive to monitor and improve their energy efficiency.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ISO 50001 CERTIFICATION (FAQ)
CAN ISO 50001 BE CERTIFIED TOGETHER WITH OTHER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS?
DIN EN ISO 50001 has a harmonised structure like ISO 14001. Combined certifications with other management systems (DIN ISO 9001, ISO 14001) and area-specific standards are possible through our highly qualified auditors. Integrated certifications offer greater audit effectiveness, consistency and optimization.