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ISO 50001 is an international standard that provides a framework to help you manage the energy supply and consumption in organizations. It applies to all aspects of energy use and enables you to help an organization take a systematic approach to achieving continual improvement of energy performance.


Nov 21, 2014, 12:15


Nov 21, 2014, 17:00


Bangkok, Thailand

Energy conservation technology, facilities or equipment are only part of the approach to improve energy efficiency. Most energy efficiency in an organization is achieved through the way energy is managed in a facility, rather than only installation of new technologies.

ISO 50001:2011 Energy Management Systems (EnMS) Certification is a standard that enables the organization to demonstrate their commitment to efficiently manage energy across all your activities.  It helps the organization to improve energy performance including energy efficiency and provide stakeholders confidence.

Therefore, SGS (Thailand) Limited invites you to attend seminar “Successful Factors to Energy Management System – ISO50001” . The objective of this seminar is to give an overview of ISO 50001 standard to the leading organization on the importance of energy management and the successful factors to Energy Management System in an organization as following agenda;


  • Overview – ISO 50001 Energy Management System

           -   Why EnMS?

           - The benefits of EnMS?

           - Concepts of ISO 50001

  • Successful Factors to Energy Management System
  • Certification of an EnMS

Date & Duration time: 21 November 2014 (Time 12:15-17:00p.m.)

Venue: Jasmine City Hotel, Sukhumvit 23, Bangkok

Language : Thai

Cost: Free of charge (for 1 person/company)

For more information: Please contact at (66)2 678 1813;

  • Ext. 1802 Ms. Jutaporn
  • Ext. 1854 Ms. Chomawan
  • Ext. 4003 Ms. Wannabordee

Target Audience:

ISO 50001 has been designed for implementation by any organization, whatever its size or activities, whether in public or private sectors, regardless of its geographical location. Quality managers, Environmental managers, Facilities Managers, Corporate Social Responsibility managers and other functions involved directly or indirectly with energy management within an organization.