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SGS is invited to speak at the World Engineers Summit 2013, held at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Singapore, from Sept 9 to 15. In this event, SGS aims to help organizations continuously improve energy performance, manage sustainability and develop talent that empowers organizations to build value and make the most of every opportunity to further excellence.
Mr. Eric Gwo-Tai Huang, Global Product Manager for Energy and Sustainability from SGS Taiwan will speak on “Why Integrating Energy and Environmental Management Systems Can Improve Energy Performance and Reduce Costs” at this event. Mr. Huang will share with the attendees, the importance of systems and processes to improve energy performance, an understanding of the ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems certification and how an organization can achieve effective energy management, as well as key certification and business benefits of an energy management systems implementation. He will also highlight the numerous benefits for an organization to integrate their Energy Management Systems (ISO 50001) and Environment Management Systems (ISO 14001), and lastly will touch on several case studies of successful implementations.
Interested delegates are welcome to join the Session 10: Integrated Environmental Management Systems presentation on September 13th, 4:00 pm at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre.