Certification senmu by ST RK ISO 50001

"Certification Center« InterCert » provides certification of energy management systems for services in accordance with the ISO standard 50001:2011 "Energy management system Requirements with guidance for use".

The purpose of the standard is to provide companies a structured and comprehensive guidance on process optimization of energy consumption and system management data process. Companies, applying energy management system according to ISO standard 50001, have the opportunity to cut costs on energy consumption and reduce the negative impact on the environment.

What is ISO 50001?

energy efficiency management series of standards - international standards, which confirm the presence of the company's existing energy management system, aimed at the rational use and saving all kinds of resources.

Implementation of ISO standard 50001:2011 possible for all organizations, regardless of their size and type of activity, it can be embedded in the organization as a separate, and with other management systems, such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and others.

What is needed ISO 50001?

To date, one of the important directions of development of economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan is to reduce energy consumption. To a large extent this is due to the need to reduce the environmental impact due to energy consumption, and consumption-related emissions formations, as well as the increasing requirements for energy efficiency in the world.

Certified energy management system helps organizations improve energy efficiency, save money and reduce the harmful effects on the environment.

ISO Certification 50001:

  1. Systematic improvement of the energy performance.
  2. Compliance with the requirements of the Republic of Kazakhstan law on 13 January 2012 , the number 541-IV «On energy saving and energy efficiency"
  3. Competent development of energy efficiency programs.
  4. Mitigate the negative impacts on the environment.
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