Energy and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Management (Based on ISO 50001:2011, ISO 14064:2006 & Higg FEM 3.0) training centre in Bangladesh

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Energy and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Management (Based on ISO 50001:2011, ISO 14064:2006 & Higg FEM 3.0)

Introduction

The energy management in reducing greenhouse gas emissions requires a systematic evaluation of the existing system. The implementation of ISO 50001:2011 standard enables an organization to establish the systems and processes necessary to improve energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy use and consumption. Whereas, the ISO 14064-1:2006 standard details the principles and requirements for designing, developing, managing and reporting organization- or company-level GHG inventories.

Managing GHG emissions and protecting a business from potential impacts of climate change is fundamental to achieving a sustainable growth and ensuring stable shareholder returns. Keeping this in mind, the Higg Index was developed by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition which enables an organization to accurately measure and score a company or product`s sustainability performance.

This training has been designed to enable the participants getting the basic idea of Energy & GHG Management and understanding relevant requirements of Higg Facility Environmental Module 3.0 (Higg FEM 3.0). After completion of this training, the participant will be able to:

# Develop a policy for more efficient use of energy
# Fix targets and objectives to meet the policy
# Use data to better understand and make decisions about energy use
# Measure the results
# Review how well the policy works, and
# Continually improve energy management.
# Find out the sources of GHG Emissions
# Quantify the GHG emissions
# Generate Energy and GHG Management report in line with Higg FEM 3.0

Methodology

PowerPoint Presentation, Group Exercise, Video Clips

Contents of Training:

Session 1: Introduction to Energy Management System (EnMS)

# Introduction
# Importance of Energy Management
# Energy Scenario in Bangladesh
# Energy Fundamentals
# Group Exercise

Session 2: Session 2: Higg FEM 3.0

# Introduction to Higg FEM 3.0
# Section 2 (Energy and GHG) of Higg FEM 3.0
# Section 6: Air Emission (Related to Energy)

Session 3: Introduction to ISO 50001:2011 (Continued..)

# Overview of EnMS
# Policy and Planning
# Implementation and Operation
# Checking and Management Review
# Gathering data for generator heat balance
# Case Study/ Group Exercise
# Demonstration of Instrument

Session 4: Greenhouse Gas Accounting

# Concept of Greenhouse Gas
# Sources of Greenhouse Gas
# Basic requirements ISO 14064-1:2006
# Greenhouse Gas Quantification and Calculation of Carbon dioxide equivalent

Session 5: Challenges in Energy Management and Share of Experience

Session 6: Handover of Certificates

• Maintenance Engineers
• Energy professionals
• Compliance Officials
• Sustainability Officials
• Environmentalists
• HSE Professionals
• Business Owners
• Bank Officials
• Development Partners
• Any other interested persons
Arrangement for Certificate, lunch and two tea-break would be made by the Organizer during the workshop.