ISO50001 Ireland 2015 on the 20th of May in Croke Park saw the event celebrate it’s 3rd anniversary. The event brought together delegates from Irish processing who are considering the transition to the International energy management standard ISO 50001, but yet to make the journey. The theme/profile of the event is simply to create an exchange of information between organisations who are about to make the transition to the Energy Management Standard ISO 50001 and companies who have already made the transition. Speakers were carefully selected based on their experiences and knowledge of this standard and who are keen to network with delegates in an effort to develop the standard further within Ireland.
This year saw a collection of presentations from a broad selection of industry sectors, including Food, Pharmaceutical, Medtech, ICT, Transport and representing the Construction sector was our own Kevin Donovan from Roadstone Ireland.
Kevin had the opportunity to share with over 200 of his peers from Irish industry the achievements of Roadstone Ltd to date in adopting the ISO 50001 energy efficiency standard. Now boasting 21 Locations, and Transport Sector the strategy is to continue accreditation of ISO 50001 across the group. Kevin says; “It was an excellent opportunity for me and Roadstone to highlight the significant developments we have achieved in energy efficiency in recent years. It is a credit to the entire Energy/Facility Teams, as well as Senior Management who without their support these accreditations would not be possible.”
Kevin’s full presentation can be accessed on the event website www.iso50001ireland.ie using the password: “iso2015”.