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Join SGS and the Energy Managers Association for a special one-day learning event focussing on the key considerations to effectively manage an organization’s transport energy usage, including regulatory requirements.

Starts

22 Oct 2019, 09:30

Ends

22 Oct 2019, 15:00

Location

London, United Kingdom

SGS and EMA Energy Event

This special one-day learning event will focus on providing attendees with an understanding of the key considerations to effectively manage an organization’s transport energy usage, including regulatory requirements e.g. Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) and the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). The event will also include an insight into ISO 50001 energy management systems (EnMS) and how this can help organizations embed energy management within an organization to drive continual improvement in energy use and meet regulatory compliance, which will be supported with a case study. Full attendance at this event will reward attendees with three (EMA) accredited CPD hours.

Lord Redesdale, Member of the House of Lords, CEO of The Energy Managers Association and The Water Retail Company will open this event highlighting current policy and carbon initiatives.

This will be followed by an inciteful learning and information session by EMA member Rob Anderson, Programme Manager and Senior Fleet Specialist at Cenex. Rob will cover the key issues an organization should consider when managing transport energy including opportunities for improving efficiency. This session will also consider links between transport energy and the new SECR requirements.

After a networking buffet lunch join Terry Coyle, ISO 50001 Product Manager at SGS to gain a better understanding of the energy management systems standard ISO 50001. Terry will provide an overview of how implementation of the standard supports organizations in all sectors, including transport, in managing and continually improving their energy use. Based on the management system model of continual improvement, ISO 50001 makes it easier for organizations to integrate energy management into their overall efforts to meet sustainability targets, CSR goals and regulatory compliance. This section of the training event will include a case study on how this was achieved for an organization with significant expenditure on transport energy.

Finally, participate in a panel discussion with the day’s speakers.

Agenda

09h30 – 10h00 

Registration with refreshments 

10h00 – 10h15

Welcome speech which will include current policy and carbon initiatives such as the 'road to zero' transport strategy, along with ESOS and SECR requirements from a high level from Lord Redesdale, Member of the House of Lords and CEO of The Energy Managers Association (EMA)

10h15 – 12h00 

Training/information session that will cover transport energy use and include the new SECR requirements by Rob Anderson, Programme Manager and Senior Fleet Specialist at Cenex

12h00 – 13h00 

Networking buffet lunch

13h00 – 14h00 

What is ISO 50001? by Terry Coyle, ISO 50001 Product Manager at SGS 

  • Overview of the history of ISO 50001 and the need for an EnMS
  • Key requirements of the standard
  • An understanding of how ISO 50001 drives improved energy performance
  • Listen to a case study to gain a first-hand account of the benefits and pitfalls of implementing ISO 50001
  • Understand the typical time frames and resources required for ISO 50001 implementation

14h00 – 14h50 

Panel discussion with speakers from the day: Terry Coyle, Lord Redesdale and Rob Anderson

14h50 – 15h00 

Round-up of the day and thank you for your participation from Terry Coyle, ISO 50001 Product Manager at SGS 

15h00 

Event finishes 

15h00 – 16h00

Network with colleagues and meet the SGS experts who will be available to answer your questions 

Date: Tuesday 22 October 2019
Location: Chadwick Court, 15 Hatfields, London, SE1 8DJ
Time: 09.30am - 3.00pm
Cost: Free

For further information please contact:

Rachel Forster
Business Support
t: +44 (0)1276 697 715

SGS has become a Corporate Patron of the Energy Managers Association (EMA) 

SGS has become a Corporate Patron of the Energy Managers Association (EMA). Through this formal alignment, SGS and the EMA aim to work together to raise the profile of energy management throughout the business world.