26 Sep 2013 12:09:55
ISO50001 Opening up New International Markets for TEAM
The ISO50001 energy management standard is emerging as a viable mechanism to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and early signs are that worldwide adoption is likely to outpace ISO9001 / 14001.
ISO have stated that in due course the standard could influence up to 60 per cent of the world’s energy use particularly as countries such as Brazil and Russia move to make compliance mandatory.
The standard draws upon existing national and regional energy management codes and standards developed in China, Denmark, Ireland, Japan, Republic of Korea, Netherlands, Sweden, Thailand, the USA and the European Union. Little wonder then that the TEAM Wiki50001 Quality management System (QMS) is attracting widespread interest.
Wiki50001 is a an online, web based QMS that enables users to administer the documents, procedures and results required to evidence compliance with ISO50001 for auditors. A set of blank templates and checklists are provided to get users started and the system is presently available in English, Spanish and Japanese with sales activity as far afield as Chile and India.
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