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Supporting Clients with Best Practices in Energy Management

Following its completion of the CIBSE Low Carbon Course and a subsequent opportunity to apply for ISO 50001 EnMS accreditation, UK safety, compliance and risk management consultancy Clear Safety has expanded its services offering to include counsel on best practice in energy efficiency.

At a time when energy usage and a proactive approach towards a reduction in carbon emissions are both featuring high on the business agenda, Clear is now acknowledged as an approved Energy Management Systems consultant. This enables Clear to provide specialist support to assist clients in navigating a pathway to implement, monitor and maintain an energy management system (EnMs).

Guidance provided by Clear will allude to references to more energy efficient technologies whilst also educating clients to improve awareness of standards and policies via a recognised framework. Ultimately the consultancy advice will encourage clients to develop policies designed to save energy, cut costs and improve the carbon footprint as a result of reduced energy consumption. In addition, the service will also safeguard clients in terms of compliance with the latest legislation, therefore protecting against the potential for exposure to legal redress.

Director, Matthew Westby, says: “Rising fuel prices, increased pressure to demonstrate adherence to plans to address the climate crisis and a growing responsibility to tenants to identify best-in-class energy provider arrangements – these are all key priorities for our clients at the current time. As ever, we are keen to ensure that our guidance strictly follows the code of practice laid down by the leading accreditation body, to offer up to date and accurate counsel on this important issue.”

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Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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