C 117 SAMPLE SLIDE ISO 50001:2018 – Awareness and Internal Auditor Training PART – 2
Structure of Standards as per ISO 50001:2018 • 9 Performance evaluation • Monitoring, measurement, analysis and evaluation • Internal audit • Management review • 10 Improvement • Nonconformity and corrective action • Continual improvement • 8 Operation • Operational planning and control • Design • Procurement CONTINUAL TRADE LINKAGES • 4 Context of the organization • Understanding the organization and its context • Understanding the needs and expectations of interested parties • Determining the scope of the energy management system • Energy management system • 7 Support • Resources • Competence • Awareness • Communication • Documented information • 5 Leadership • Leadership and commitment • Energy policy • Organizational roles, responsibilities and authorities • 6 Planning • Actions to address risks and opportunities • Objectives, energy targets and planning to achieve them • Energy review • Energy performance indicators • Energy baseline • Planning for collection of energy data
Establish, document and maintain energy management plan(EnMP) for achieving energy objectives of the organization. EnMP should include : Responsibilities and authorities at relevant levels for achieving the objectives Means and time scale to be achieved (Plan) EnMP should be: Reviewed at regular and planned interval, and Updated. Energy Management Action Plan In EnMP, consider: What? Who? Why? When? Where? How?
ISO 50001:2018 Standard Overview 0 Introduction Scope Normative references Terms and definitions Context of organization Leadership Planning Support Operation Performance evaluation Improvement
Comparison of Document Requirements • In ISO 50001:2018, a common term “Documented information” has been used. This term is used for all types of documents and all document and records requirements. • 1. ISO 50001:2011used specific terminologies, such as “document” or “documented procedures”, “energy manual” or “energy management plan”. All these terms have been changed in ISO 50001:2018to only one term, “maintain documented information”. • 2. ISO 50001:2011used the term “records”to denote the documents needed to provide evidence of conformity with requirements. In ISO 50001:2018it has been changedto “retain documented information”. • Thus, based on identified risk and action decided and other planned activity(ies) the organization needs to decide a requirement to “maintain” documented information. It does not exclude the possibility that the organization might also need to “retain” that same documented information for a particular purpose for the revised standard. • In ISO 50001:2018, documentation requirements are reduced, and it is required only at few places. In this revised standard, energy manual and procedures and energy plan, etc., are not specified as mandatory requirements; but as a good practice companies use to make energy manual with energy policy and objectives at macro level to describe how other requirements are complied.
Strong commitment of CEO Ability to allocate resources, including Manpower Managerial time, including CEO’s Finance for expert’s assistance Good labor relations Patience Company’s energy policy Standardization of activities Decentralization of energy functions Training of personnel and building competence Requirements for Installing Energy Management System ISO 50001:2018 Energy Management System cannot be purchased at any price. It has to be earned by real hard labor and total transformation at all levels in the organization. Requirements for installing an energy management system are : • Customer focus (external and internal) • Utilization of intellect of workers and supervisors • Reduced supervision and promotion of self-inspection • Planned continuous improvement • Environment of trust and team work • Promoting use of risk-based thinking to determine risk and opportunities and plan actions • Institutionalized audit.