<2019> ISO 50001:2018 Energy Management Systems Internal Auditor Course

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Description

ISO 50001 Energy Management System (EnMS) provides improvement of energy performance to organizations, in both public and private sectors, for manufacturers and services through systematic management.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The objective of this course is to provide leaners with the knowledge and skills required to perform first-party audits of Energy Management Systems (EnMS) against ISO 50001:2018, in accordance with ISO 19011 and ISO 17021, as applicable.


COURSE CONTENT:

SESSION 1: INTRODUCTION TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

• The need for and benefits of an Energy Management system

• ISO 50001, the standard

• Compatibility with other standards

• The energy performance approach

• The organisation’s internal and external issues

• Relevant interested parties and their relevant needs and expectations

SESSION 2: ESTABLISHING AN ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

• Application of the PDCA cycle

• Structure of ISO 50001:2018

• Key points of ISO 50001:2018

• The role of the Auditor

SESSION 3:AUDIT EVIDENCE AND AUDIT TRAILS

• Relevant information

• Audit evidence

SESSION 4: AUDITS: DEFINITION, PRINCIPLES AND TYPES

• Audit definition

• Principles of auditing

• Types of audit

SESSION 5: AUDIT PLANNING

• Planning the audit

• Audit roles and responsibilities

• Good practice at meetings

SESSION 6: STAGE 1 AUDIT

• Document review

• The audit plan

SESSION 7: DEVELOPING THE CHECKLIST

• The audit checklist

• Process review

• The “Turtle Diagram”

SESSION 8: CONDUCTING THE ON-SITE AUDIT (AUDIT STAGE 2)

• Collecting and verifying information

• Opening meeting

• Roles and responsibilities of guides

• Conducting the audit

• Questioning techniques

• Controlling the audit

• Communication with the audit client and auditee

SESSION 9: AUDIT REVIEW

• Audit review meeting

• Audit findings

• Finding statements

• CARs

• Classification of CARs

• Opportunities for improvement

PROFESSIONAL TRAINER:
Registered EnMS Lead Auditor and IRCA approved ISO 50001 Lead tutor with considerable field and theoretical background.

CERTIFICATION (Attendance: 100%):
Delegates who successfully completed the course will be issued a completion of certificate by SGS Hong Kong Limited.

GENERAL INFORMATION:
Venue: T.S.T. / Wan Chai / Sheung Wan Training Centre / TBC
Medium: Cantonese supplemented with English material

Remark: This course does not cover interpretation of ISO 50001 requirements. Delegates who are not familiar with the requirements should attend ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems Foundation Course first.  

*Early Bird Price will be offered to participant whose enrolment is made one month prior to the course or online booking

Objectives

• Explain the purpose of an Energy Management System and the business and environmental benefits of improving Energy Management performance;

• Explain the role of an auditor to plan, conduct, report and follow up an Energy Management System audit in accordance with ISO 19011 and ISO 17021-1 where appropriate

• Plan, conduct, report and follow up an audit of an Energy Management System to establish conformity (or otherwise) with ISO 50001:2018 and in accordance with ISO 19011 (and ISO/IEC 17021-1 where appropriate).

Learners will need to demonstrate acceptable performance in these areas in order to complete the course successfully.

Audience

PRIOR KNOWLEDGE:

Before starting this course, learners are expected to have the following prior knowledge:

• Knowledge of the requirements of ISO 50001:2018

• Knowledge of the following energy management principles and concepts:

– The principles of fuel combustion, heat transfer and energy flow;

– The relevant sources of energy regulation, guidelines and standards;

– The typical methods and technologies for increasing efficiency;

– Energy measurement units, sources, costs, tariffs and scheduling;

– Energy use data analysis methods;

– Energy performance indicators, monitoring and performance measurement;

– The impact of organisational processes and equipment on energy efficiency;

– Electricity use: motors, drives, lighting, computers.

• Energy related legislation and how legal compliance forms part of an energy management system.

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