The Benefits and Pitfalls of ISO 50001 Certification

Wednesday 27th November 2019
15:10  -  15:40

Theatre :  Case Studies  Strategy, Regulation & Compliance  T4D1 Presentations 

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This presentation will focus on the benefits and pitfalls of implementation and certification of ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems. The first part of the presentation will provide an overview of what ISO 50001 is and the benefits to organisations of effective implementation and certification, particularly with regards to improved energy performance, stronger senior management buy-in, meeting CSR targets and meeting or assisting in meeting regulatory requirements e.g. ESOS.

The second part of the presentation will include a live case study which will include DHL’s journey to certification and maintaining ongoing certification with both the benefits and pitfalls they have experienced during this journey.

Kirin Patel DHL Supply ChainKirit Patel Environment Manager
DHL Supply Chain – Mainland Europe, Middle-East & Africa
Terry Coyle SGSTerry Coyle UK Product Manager for Energy Management Systems
SGS United Kingdom Ltd

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