Quality

ISO 9001: 2008 is the universally recognized basis of a Quality Management System as it is an international standard and it focuses on all the elements of quality management that a company must have in order to have an effective system that allow you to manage and improve the quality of your products or services.

The objective of ISO is to reach a consensus regarding solutions that meet commercial and social demands (for both customers and users). This accreditation is recognized by more than 640,000 companies worldwide.

Environmental management

The ISO 14001 certification is intended to support the application of an environmental management plan in any organization in the public or private sector. It was created by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), an international network of national standards institutes that work in partnership with governments, industry and consumer representatives.

The ISO 14001 standard requires the company to create an environmental management plan that includes: environmental objectives and goals, policies and procedures to achieve those goals, defined responsibilities, personnel training activities, documentation and a system to control any changes and progress made. . The ISO 14001 standard describes the process that the company must follow and requires it to respect national environmental laws. However, it does not set specific productivity performance goals.

Job security

An Occupational Safety and Health Management System (SGSSO) helps protect the company and its employees. OHSAS 18001 is an internationally accepted specification that defines the requirements for the establishment, implementation and operation of an effective SGSSO.

OHSAS 18001 is therefore aimed at organizations committed to the safety of their staff and workplace and seeks to achieve the following objectives:

· Create the best possible working conditions throughout your organization

· Identify risks and establish controls to manage them

· Reduce the number of accidents at work and sick leave to reduce the costs and downtime associated with them

· Engage and motivate staff with better and safer working conditions

· Demonstrate compliance to customers and suppliers

Energy management

The Energy Management System is the part of the management system of an organization dedicated to developing and implementing its energy policy, as well as managing those elements of its activities, products or services that interact with the use of energy (energy aspects).

The  UNE-EN ISO 50001: 2011 standard  establishes the requirements that an Energy Management System must possess, in order to make continuous and systematic improvements in the energy performance of organizations.

The certification of an energy management system ensures, by a third party, the systematic control and monitoring of energy aspects and the continuous improvement of energy performance. This contributes to a more efficient and sustainable use of energy, giving confidence in the management system.

Energy management

Directive 2006/32 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council defines the Energy Services Company (ESE) “as a natural or legal person that provides energy services or improves energy efficiency in the facilities or premises of a user and faces some degree of financial risk in doing so. Payment for the services provided will be based (in part or in full) on obtaining improvements in energy efficiency and on meeting the other agreed performance requirements ”.
The ESEs have the final objective of saving energy, which leads to economic savings and CO2 emissions. Its activity is based on the design and implementation of projects that guarantee efficient energy management, financially committing to the results. Furthermore, they are specialists in monitoring, measuring and controlling energy expenditure and verifying the level of savings generated after the implementation of each project.