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Guides student on implementing an Energy Management System using ISO 50001 that could improve overall energy performance.
PLUS 50001 (1st ed. pub. 2011) - The ISO 50001 Essentials - Energy Management Systems Implementation Guideline
CAN/CSA-ISO 50001:11 (R2016) - Energy management systems - Requirements with guidance for use (Adopted ISO 50001:2011, first edition, 2011-06-15)
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This two-day course provides guidance on how to implement an energy management system using ISO 50001. It will enable practitioners to build the necessary systems and processes to improve energy efficiency, help reduce consumption and their associated costs and improve overall energy performance in their organization’s operations.
An experienced energy management practitioner will serve as instructor and expert resource as you review the requirements of the standard with a focus on the practical demands of the implementation process. Utilizing case work as well as additional provided resources, you will gain an understanding of the various strategies and tactics you can employ to deal with typical constraints and roadblocks that may need to be addressed during the implementation process.
CSA Group has been instrumental in getting ISO 50001 adopted in Canada, making the country one of the first in the world to adopt the standard. Subsequently, 7 ISO 50001 support standards have been initiated or developed - among these is ISO TC 242 on baseline energy performance indicators, which Canada is Co-leading.
In addition, CSA Group has over 75 published standards in the Energy Efficiency (EE) program, covering the performance and energy efficiency of electrical, gas, and oil fired equipment and appliances, and construction product efficiency.
The energy management project financial assistance can help reduce the cost of conducting projects that improve energy performance at the plant and/or sector level.
Cost-shared assistance is offered to support the implementation of the ISO 50001 Standard in industrial facilities. The companies undertaking pilots would achieve energy performance improvement by implementing this standard.
Eligible projects may include, but are not limited to, the following: development and dissemination of tools and information related to energy efficiency; development, organization and delivery of training; assessments, evaluations and benchmarking studies; and development of technical guides and reports, implementation roadmaps and best practices studies.
For more information, please click on the following link: http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy/efficiency/industry/financial-assistance/5389