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ISO 50000 Energy Management Systems Auditor

This  interactive learning couse will help you assist your organization to identify energy saving opportunities by conducting AS/NZ 3598: 2000 Standards to drive initiatives and deliver benefits, e.g. electricity bill savings

This course is particularly significant to the following positions and job functions: 

  • Facilities and asset managers in both the private and public sector
  • IT managers
  • Operations managers
  • Small business owners
  • Property managers
  • Finance and business analysts
  • Procurement and supply chain managers
  • Sustainability / Renewable Officers

Our popular energy auditor course offers the opportunity to learn how to undertaken an energy audit of commercial buildings and large sites and to apply energy efficiency to business in cost reduction with minimal expense. Participants learn the responsibilities of how to conduct fully independent audits of organisations against Standards (ISO 50000)

 

 

Levels of Energy Audits

Common levels of energy audits are characterized below. A proposed audit will have to meet your organization's specific needs to the scope of work required. Three levels of energy outlined:

 

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With the Implementation of the Carbon tax and rising energy costs, the demand for energy efficiency and the minimisation of waste, has become an integral part to improve operational and financial performance of businesses by mitigating against energy risks including price increases and exposure to a carbon price.

 

Who are we?

Independent Inspections is a family run business that covers a variety of Training, Certification and quality management services. Our headquarters are located in Brisbane with offices in Capital Cities around Australia. We also have partnerships with FWR Group and Wright Solutions to make delivering training to you as easy as possible.

 

Why you should undertake this course?

With energy costs on the rise it is important to identify energy efficiency opportunities in the workplace, to avoid the escalating cost pressures. Businesses are offered numerous energy efficiency opportunities to improve operational and financial functionign by mitigating against energy risks of price increase and the influence of the carbon price e.g. carbon tax.

 

This course will enable you to:

  • Develop solutions to improve energy efficiency
  • Understand and interpret energy efficiency guidelines
  • Implement energy efficiency opportunities

 Day 1 - Understanding Standards & Measure

  • Comparison of ISO 50000 to Australian Standards  
  • Comparison of Level 1,2 and 3 Audits 
  • Calculate theoretical use of energy
  • Measure actual use of energy 
  • Prepare a recommendation for an energy use reduction strategy
  • Mapping processes and energy flows
  • Interpreting schematics and drawings
  • Calculating, manipulating and interpreting numerical data, including establishing series, means, correlations and rates of change

Day 2 - Define, Analyse & Implement

  • Ranking energy consumption and waste based on energy balancing
  • Consulting with technical and operative staff on possible non-obvious energy wastes
  • Consulting and negotiating with stakeholders on implementation process for sustainability improvement
  • Defining appropriate boundaries for the sustainability energy audit
  • Conducting energy balance analyses for a site or value chain
  • Identifying high energy use/waste units/areas
  • Undertaking benefit/cost ratio analyses
  • Ensuring improvement strategies proposed reflect stakeholder needs and regulatory environment.
  • Case studies 

 

 

 

Date: 18 th and 22th Week of 15th April 2013

 

Location: Logan Chamber of Commerce

U3/12 Vanessa Boulevard Springwood Queensland 4127

 

Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm

 

Training also conducted in Sydney,Melbourne,Perth,Darwin