For our leadership, energy management has remained a core priority and we continue to search for ways to take our efficiency to the next stage. This has most recently included conducting a thorough revamp of our corporate social responsibility policy and setting new long-term targets for the future.
ISO 50001 is trending in the Energy Management and the need of framework requirements
Establish a strategy to use electricity more effectively
Action plans and objectives to execute the strategy
Using knowledge to better understand and make judgments on the use of resources
Measure the observations
Study how well the policy works and how well it performs
Constantly improve the control of electricity
Stages in ISO 50001 Implementation
Stage 1: Planning for ISO 50001 for your business
Stage 2: Review of The Distance (finding where you need to focus)
Stage 3: ISO 50001 Plan of EnMS Project
Stage 3a: Plan and record your ISO 50001 EnMS using teams
Stage 3b: The ISO 50001 Team creation
Stage 4: ISO 50001 preparation
Stage 5: Documentation of your ISO EnMS 50001
Stage 6: Enforce Your ISO 50001 EnMS
Stage 7: Conduct an Internal Audit
Stage 8: Schedule your ISO 50001 Audit
KEY TO THE SUCCESS AT HILTON
Our good coordination, both internally in all relevant departments and externally with our certification and assurance partners, has been one initiative that has been vital to our progress.
We formed a broad working group with representatives from almost every department of Hilton when we first pursued certification. Still, across those organizations, we tend to work together to ensure that we maintain our certifications and earn the corresponding benefits.
The ISO 50001 standard offers a comprehensive energy management structure for companies and provides criteria for a systematic, data-driven and fact-based process focusing on energy performance improvement.
The norm encourages the implementation of policies for energy management and strengthens healthy habits in energy management. According to the ISO, up to approximately half of the world's energy usage may be influenced by the standard, with broad applicability across national economic sectors.
Perks of the ISO 50001 implementation
Reduced use of electricity
Enhanced efficiency of energy
Reduced cost of electricity and increased savings
Reduced effects on the climate
Better utilization of current energy-consuming properties
Facilitates changes in energy efficiency in relation to greenhouse gas emission reduction programmers
Continual increase in the efficiency of energy