Greenhouse and Energy Audits
Meet compliance obligations under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) legislation
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The National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) legislation introduced a framework for the reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, GHG projects, and energy use and consumption by corporations. It also introduced an auditing framework to enhance monitoring and compliance.
Why seek an independent audit?
An independent audit is mandatory for certain organisations. Others also recognise that an independent view can:
Help ensure that legislative obligations are met
Enhance credibility with stakeholders and investors by demonstrating that emissions and liabilities have been accurately reported
Enable better decision-making by relying on accurate GHG and energy data
Identify deficiencies in your reporting prior to submission
Find opportunities for improvement in the accuracy and completeness of your data
Result in cost savings through more efficient reporting and more accurate assessment of your liabilities.
We apply a unique business assurance approach to our assessment services to improve your greenhouse gas management and reporting systems.
Business assurance - our wealth of experience in the independent assurance of management systems enables us to help you identify key risks to your business as well as opportunities for performance improvements.
Experienced assessors - LRQA will only use an assessment team with direct operational, management and audit expertise in your industry.
Broad expertise - We can draw upon our experience in working with over 45,000 companies globally and providing independent verification for clients under a range of international, regional and national greenhouse gas compliance schemes.
LRQA provides a range of services, from a gap analysis through to verification and assurance. As greenhouse gas verification utilises a different skill-set to systems audits, LRQA can also provide Public and On-Site training for your internal auditors so they are capable of effectively auditing your reporting systems.
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