AENOR has recently awarded Iberdrola the
Healthy Workplace Certificate, making it the first multinational company to obtain this certificate for all its business units around the world.
This recognition confirms the commitment of the Iberdrola Group to implement and promote continuous improvement that protects and promotes the health and safety of all its employees, as well as the sustainability of the workplace. The company currently has employees in 25 countries.
AENOR's pioneering Healthy Workplace model is based on internationally recognized criteria, as well as on the continuous improvement method known as Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA), and it views health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being. Its benefits include managing the health, safety and wellbeing of all workers in a sustainable way. It also helps to increase companies' productivity, ability to compete and sustainability.
To date, more than 1,100 centres around the world have received the Healthy Workplace Management System certificate, 94% of these in Spain.
In the photograph: at the extreme left, Iberola's Director of Innovation, Sustainability and Quality, Agustín Delgado; In the middle, Iberdrola's Director of Human Resources and General Services, José Ángel Marra; third from the right, AENOR's Director of Sector Marketing, Manuel Romero, together with the rest of the team involved in the certification process.