Who should attend
This course is designed for anyone interested in understanding the changes in the 2018 revision of the ISO 50001 standard. The course is required for EPI ISO 50001 Lead Auditors to keep their certification active.
About the course
Let us help you and your company transition to the new ISO 50001 standard. In this one- to two-hour course (including knowledge checks), you will learn about the changes to the standard including the new High Level Structure, risk-based analysis, and context of the organization. You will recognize how these changes may impact your company and the next steps to update your energy management system (EnMS).
Completing and passing this course will allow EPI ISO 50001 Lead Auditors to update their credential to the new ISO 50001:2018 standard. The certificate of course completion from Georgia Tech should be sent to the Institute of Energy Management Professionals.
What You Will Learn
- Changes within the standard
- Introduction to the new High Level Structure
- How the changes will impact your company
- New terms and definitions
- How to prepare for the changes
How You Will Benefit
- Understand the changes in the 2018 revision of ISO 50001.
- Develop an action plan and timeline to transition to the new standard.
- Determine how risk-based thinking applies to energy management.
- INTRODUCTION TO ISO 50001
- HIGH LEVEL STRUCTURE (HLS)
- DEFINING KEY CONCEPTS
- MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP ENGAGEMENT
- RISK-BASED THINKING
- CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
Deann Desai is a project manager for Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute. She is actively involved in ISO committees on a variety of topics. She provides implementation assistance and training to companies pursuing ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 50001. Desai has experience in energy mana...
Holly Grell-Lawe is a Principal Research Associate and Project Manager with Energy & Sustainability Services at Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute, where she specializes in environmental, energy and sustainability management systems for industry and government. Lawe develops and p...
Randall A. Green, M.P.A. (Randy) is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Political Science at Georgia Highlands College. He is a former Regional Director with the State of Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles. Mr. Green completed a thirty-two year law enforcement career in July 2011, af...
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