Proposed changes include:
- Widening the range of organisations that must legally comply with ESOS to some or all medium sized business’s
- Requiring higher levels of competence for ESOS assessors
- Requiring a sample of an organisations sites to be audited, not just the central office
- Updating the reporting requirements
The webinar will look at the potential impact of the proposed changed and discuss the best route to compliance and to better more efficient energy use.
Join sustainability and energy experts Andy Green and Claire McGeechan for a live webinar - Date Pending
Andy Green MICW is Head of Sustainability for Element with over 14 years’ experience in the sustainability sector within certification. Andy has a lifelong interest in collaboration and sustainability, speaks at industry events and is a current member of the Institute of Collaborative Working including supporting on the Special Interest Groups.
Claire McGeechan is an Energy, Environment, Quality, Management Systems Specialist. SECR (SEC-R) Consultant and Registered ESOS Assessor who has provided compliance services across ESOS Phase 1 & 2. Claire has worked across varied business sectors utilising People, Process and Technology to identify and deliver energy improvement strategies that lead to environmental performance improvement.
Why should I attend?
In a world where energy is precious and there is an increasing focus on better management, hear from experts about BEIS’s strategy and how it affects you.
The speakers will focus on the following:
- What is ESOS and why do you have to comply
- What was included in the consultation and why
- How to achieve compliance
- Standardization of reporting requirements
- Extending the scope of the ESOS scheme to include medium sized businesses
- Mandating action on audit recommendations – not yet confirmed
- Cost savings and benefits achieved by implementing ISO 50001
- Panel Q&A