ISO Management Systems
The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) is responsible for developing internationally recognised codes of best practice for operational processes across every industry. ISO Standard is a voluntary international standard that applies to organisations of any size. We can help with the following ISO management systems that relate to energy and carbon.
ISO 50001 - Energy Management System (EMS)
ISO 50001 provides requirements for establishing, managing and improving their energy consumption and efficiency.
- Assists in evaluating and prioritising the implementation of new energy-efficient technologies and in improving energy efficiency, energy use and consumption.
- Creates transparency and facilitates communication on the management of energy resources.
- Promotes energy management best practices and behaviours and provides a framework for promoting energy efficiency throughout the supply chain.
ISO 14001 - Environmental Management System
An environmental management system, often called an EMS, is comprised of the policies, processes, plans, practices and records that define the rules governing how your company interacts with the environment.
- Environmental impact
- Management Responsibility
- Resource Management
- Measurement, Analysis and Improvement
ISO 14064 - Greenhouse Gases
ISO 14064 provides a framework for GHG accounting and verification to organisations looking to quantify and reduce GHG emissions.
- Provides principles and requirements for quantifying and reporting an organisation’s carbon footprint.
- Provides principles and requirements for quantification, monitoring and reporting activities that create GHG reductions or removals.
- Provides principles, requirements, and guidance for individuals conducting or managing verification or validation of organisational carbon inventory reports or project-level assertions.