Learn how to successfully implement ISO 50001 to change corporate culture and engage top management and employees to save energy. This one-day workshop covers the key “people” requirements of ISO 50001 including competence and awareness building, training and communication. Gain practical insights from an ISO 50001 practitioner, Lead Auditor and a behavioural psychologist.
By the end of the workshop, delegates will have the knowledge and skills to:
This workshop is for sustainability professionals and/or energy managers, from those just entering the profession to those holding senior positions. This course has been designed for company representatives working in public or private sector organisations.
Eur Ing John Mulholland BScTech (Hons) CEng CSci MIChemE MEI is an experienced ISO 50001 practitioner and trained ISO 50001 Lead Auditor. He has been involved in Energy Management System (EnMS) design since the release of the Irish Standard, IS393: 2005. He has designed EnMS to ISO 50001: 2011 across a number of sectors. Working with a German consultancy he has helped to introduce ISO 50001 to industry in Nigeria on behalf of the Nigerian Government. Since 2011 he has designed and delivered over 100 workshops/seminars on EnMS and ISO 50001.
Dr Phillipa Coan BSc MSc PhD C.Psychol is an award winning Chartered Psychologist with a PhD in how to change employee behaviour to be more environmentally sustainable. In 2015 she set up STRIDE, a consultancy that combines best practice psychology with the more technical, data-driven aspects of energy management and broader environmental aspects of corporate responsibility. Phillipa has worked across sectors and industries including oil and gas, manufacturing, retail, engineering, healthcare, higher education and financial services.
The British Psychological Society,
30 Tabernacle St,
London EC2A 4UE
Monday 16th of April
09.00 (registration) until 16.30
Early Bird discount until the 16th of February: £250+VAT
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