To help you take action in a structured way, SIG-éco21 proposes a procedure based on a simple self-diagnosis tool.
1. Identify a person responsible for energy issues within the institution.
2. Download the self-diagnosis tool and the completed template as an example to help you:
Open the self-diagnosis tool (xlsm)
Open the example template (xlsm)
3. Complete the self-diagnosis tool, define your priorities and build your action plan. It is essential to involve your maintenance operators and subcontractors, as they know your facilities and will also be able to make proposals.
4. Concerning the building’s operation, you can download the Swiss Energy sheets below to help you better define and prepare your future actions.
5. Regarding awareness-raising and training for your employees, the SIG-éco21 sheets below (documents “7. Awareness-raising for employees” in French) will help you to pass on good practices. A word of advice: deal with one theme per week.
Minimise the cooling of buildings through the lift shaft (pdf)
Reduce the water volume used in washbasins and showers (pdf)
Reduce the flow temperature outside of usage periods (pdf)
Set thermostat valves correctly before the heating season (pdf)
Protect thermostat valves and limit the temperature (pdf)
Vent radiators in autumn (pdf)