Ireland’s leading hard FM service provider, Sensori FM has today announced that it has achieved ISO 50001:2018 certification for its energy management system.
Sensori FM has achieved a significant milestone of certification to the International Energy Management System Standard ISO 50001, which is designed to implement, establish, and maintain a continuous standard of energy reduction.
Sensori FM is now operating under quadruple certification to internationally recognised standards, including quality management (ISO 9001:2015), environmental management (ISO 14001:2015), occupational health and safety management (ISO 45001:2018), and energy management (ISO 50001:2018).
The main objective of the ISO 50001 standard is to continually improve an organisation’s energy performance, which includes energy consumption, use, and efficiency. The standard employs a defined approach that helps organisations establish systems and processes to identify untapped energy efficiencies and make a significant contribution to environmental performance, climate protection, and reduction of CO2 emissions.
Regarding the ISO 50001 certification Sensori FM’s Quality and Compliance Manager, Declan O’Connor added;
“Energy reduction and efficiencies are a key part of our sustainability programme. The pursuit of ISO 50001 was the next logical step on our sustainability journey and complemented the company’s well-established integrated management system and business model. Being socially responsible is a core value of Sensori FM and something we strive to keep at the heart of everything we do as a company. The process of attaining ISO 50001 has given us greater insight into how we as a company can improve our energy management. Sensori FM is now well placed to demonstrate to customers and stakeholders alike its credentials in energy management and sustainability.”
Mark Cullen, Managing Director added;
“We are very pleased to have achieved the ISO 50001 standard which is a great addition to our company standards portfolio. This is a further testament to our company’s commitment and that of our staff to embracing a sustainable model of operating and managing our energy footprint responsibly and we will continue to use this additional tool to reduce our environmental impact and our energy costs.”