AENOR has recently awarded Iberdrola the Emergency Management Certificate, according to the standard UNE-ISO 22320.
The UNE-ISO 22320 on Emergency Management is applicable to any type of organisation, whether public, private, governmental or non-profit. This international standard stipulates requirements to respond effectively to incidents, including command and control, operational information, decision support, traceability, interoperability, information management, and coordination and cooperation within an organisation, among others.
Iberdrola adds this certificate to others it already holds which support its competitiveness in areas of Quality Management (UNE-EN ISO 9001), Environmental Management (UNE-EN ISO 14001), Energy Management (UNE-EN ISO 50001), or Information Security and R&D&I, among others.
Pictured, from left to right, José Sainz Armada, CFO of Iberdrola; Mario Blázquez, Head of Training for Emergencies at Iberdrola; Salomé de la Mata, Head of Standardisation and Certification; Manuel Ramiro, Head of the Emergencies Department at Iberdrola; Javier Muñoz, Director of Compliance Operations at AENOR; Elsa Bou, Head of Emergency and Evacuation Plans at Iberdrola; Francisco Blázquez Sarro, Director of Security for Iberdrola Spain and Portugal.