R&D&i Management Systems allow companies and organisations, regardless of their size or economic sector, to systematically improve their R&D&i, without being restricted by set rules that limit the imagination or emotional intelligence of the researchers, and instead providing useful guidelines to efficiently organise and manage these types of activities.
The Standard UNE 166002 contains requirements and practical guidelines to draft and develop R&D&I policies, to establish objectives in accordance with the specific activities, products and services of each organisation, and to identify new and currently unexploited emerging technologies in the sector, whose subsequent assimilation and transfer will provide the basis to generate projects, to promote products, processes and services, and to improve competitiveness.
The R&D&I Management System Certification allows companies to do the following:
The UNE standard 166002 is aimed at all organisations that carry out R&D&I activities, regardless of their size or activity. This Standard can also be used as a purchasing specification when contracting third parties.
This standard is aligned with other management system standards such as
9001, with the aim of improving compatibility with these standards for the benefit of the user community.
Once the auditing process has been passed, if the integrated system meets the requirements of the UNE standard
166002, the organisation obtains:
Furthermore, organisations with management systems certified by AENOR have free access to the
AENORnet and a subscription to the
AENOR monthly magazine.
AENOR Mark for R&D&I managementUNE 166002
AENOR's R&D&I management system certificate was the first certification scheme to be accredited by the Spanish National Accreditation Body (ENAC) in 2008. AENOR has granted more than 600 R&D&I Management System certificates to renowned public and private organisations.