ISO 50001 Gap Analysis
Want to improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, make financial savings and demonstrate to your customers, partners and investors, your commitment to the environment? Our experienced ISO 50001 consultants can help.
Clear identification of issues
ISO 50001 Gap Interviews
Teamwork’s high level ISO 50001 Energy Management System (EnMS) Gap Analysis compares existing core processes, practices and documentation with the requirements of the ISO 50001 standard, and other ISO standards if applicable. It identifies where the organisation meets requirements of ISO 50001 and where there are gaps. We then give recommendations on resources and actions needed to fill these gaps as well as the timescales necessary to achieve ISO 50001 certification.
Reviewing your Documentation
ISO 50001 Documentation
During the ISO 50001 EnMS Gap Analysis, a high level review of your existing energy management system documentation is carried out to establish whether or not it is appropriate and reflects current practice. Any changes required to support improvements in line with best practice and the requirements of the ISO 50001 standard are identified.
Facts and recommendations
ISO 50001 Gap Analysis Results
Once we have completed the ISO 50001 Gap Analysis we prepare a detailed report and present the results to your senior management team. The report will clearly identify where you are meeting the requirements. It will also pinpoint gaps, with recommendations on the actions you need to take to fill them and a realistic timescale in which ISO 50001 certification can be achieved.
How long, how much effort?
ISO 50001 Gap to Implementation
Teamwork will prepare a comprehensive project plan covering the subsequent stages of the ISO 50001 implementation programme. This will include details of project actions, ownership and timescales, and will form part of a Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP). This would be maintained up to and beyond ISO 50001 assessment and would be continually updated and developed as a business management tool.
The ISO 50001 Certification Process and Maintaining Certification
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If you already have ISO 50001 certification, please click here to find out more about how we can help you maintain and improve your existing energy management system.
ISO 50001 Gap Analysis & Beyond!
Other Environmental Services
In addition to our ISO 50001 Gap Analysis and Implementation Services, we also have extensive experience in supporting our clients with Energy Management Compliance and Certification requirements including:
- ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) Certification
- Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme (ESOS)
- ISO 50001 (Energy Management) Certification
- Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR)
Our ISO 50001 Consultants
Since 2007, Teamwork has been solving compliance challenges for a huge range of organisations, from SMEs to large international corporates. Our team of environmental and energy management professionals including IEMA, ESOS and SECR qualified consultants) have developed and led UKAS-accredited ISO and other compliance and Standards-based service improvement programmes for private and public-sector organisations across the UK, EMEA, US and beyond, from 5 to over 20,000 people businesses.
Our knowledge and experience across a broad base of management and technical Standards makes us uniquely equipped to help organisations to develop an energy management system and integrate with any existing management systems to achieve all the associated economies and efficiencies in the system design, implementation, and maintenance.
This experience, and the huge success of both the project delivery and maintenance phases of our Standards-based practices, has been firmly based on two key principles: the ability of Teamwork consultants to look beyond the Standard in question and identify, define and align with the real business drivers of our customers, and our innate ability to become one with our customer’s own management teams.