Incatema renews all its certifications

13 December, 2023

Incatema, faithful to its commitment to quality and business ethics, has renewed with AENOR the certifications corresponding to ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14001 (environment), ISO 45001 (occupational health and safety) and UNE 19601 and ISO 37001 (compliance).

"In today's competitive market, establishing and guaranteeing the standardisation of processes under a Quality Management System, such as ISO 9001, allow our organisation to achieve excellence in both the products and services we provide to our customers. In the same way, Incatema develops its projects in accordance with standardised environmental procedures under the ISO 14001 standard, making the care for the environment a part of your company DNA," says Mr Juan Carlos Astorga, Incatema's Compliance Director.

According to Mr Astorga, "the company is strongly committed to mitigating the effects of climate change in the countries where it operates, which are, by the way, those that suffer the most from this phenomenon. In this sense, our projects aim to increase the resilience of the beneficiary populations through the use of non-polluting processes based on the principles of the circular economy and renewable energies. And all of this, of course, without forgetting the company's strong commitment to developing its projects in a healthy and safe working environment, hence the importance of working under the ISO 45001 certification standard".

On a separate issue, Incatema, faithful to its commitment to business ethics and compliance, has renewed, also with AENOR, the UNE 19601 and ISO 37001 certifications of its compliance model, providing a reliable, effective and transparent response to the requirements of these standards. "Incatema's renewal of its UNE 19601 and ISO 37001 certifications for another year is yet another way of demonstrating the explicit and public commitment of the company and its managers to a culture of compliance. It is, in short, our commitment to the culture of integrity, transparency, honesty, business compliance and an effective way to prevent, detect and avoid offending behaviours, in the face of the strictest compliance with legislation and the highest compliance with standards," says Mr Astorga.