This qualification is the highest awarded by AUDELCO since the company started performing this type of audits.
ACCIONA's Renewable Energy Assets Operation and Maintenance Area has obtained an 8,6 average qualification in the regulatory audit of its H&S Service, the highest score of all audited organizations by AUDELCO, a company specialized in auditing and certification, since it started using this type of qualification. These audited organizations involve more than 50% of IBEX companies, with an 6,8 average score for the sector peers.
Thus, ACCIONA's Renewable Energy Assets Operation and Maintenance Area revalidates its own record reached two years ago when it obtained an 8.5 score in the regulatory audit.
The rating system of audits performed by AUDELCO allows, along the identification of the compliance of legal requirements, comparing organizations by the development of certain common practices. In this framework, it is important to note that ACCIONA's Renewable Energy Assets Operation and Maintenance Area ´s audited aspects related to information and training requirement received the maximum score of 10 points. Furthermore, all the audited aspects obtained a score between 8 and 10
During this audit, performed in October and November of 2018, neither Non Conformity nor Observation were detected. Safety training, under the Global Wind Organization standard, of technicians at ACCIONA's Renewable Energy Assets Operation and Maintenance Area ´s Training Centers as well as planning monitoring tools, campaigns such as BBS4U, incidents investigation, the Integrated Management System with the commitment of its management team and a new App internally developed by the HSE Department in terms of H&S were key strengths of the audited system.
This milestone shows the high integration of prevention across the hierarchical structure of the organization, the strength of its management system and processes carried out on the operative, as well as the high commitment of all ACCIONA's Renewable Energy Assets Operation and Maintenance Area ´s employees with the compliance of the objective of combating occupational accidents.