Integrated System for Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety Management
Enerfín has established an Integrated System for Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety Management, certified by AENOR, for both its offices and the wind farms which it manages.
Integrated System for Environmental
The implementation of the Environmental Management system reflects Enerfín's commitment to respecting and protecting the environment with the primary aim of ensuring the sustainable development of its activities. The main Environmental Management activities are:
Retention and renewal of AENOR certifications under the UNE-EN ISO 14001:2004 standard.
Preparation of general procedures and documentation.
Performance of internal and external audits.
Improvement in identification and evaluation of environmental aspects in both wind farms and offices.
Improvement of waste management.
Integrated System for Occupational Health and Safety Management
The implementation of the Occupational Health and Safety System further underscores Enerfín's commitment to safeguarding the wellbeing of all its employees in the workplace and to constantly improving its practices.
The company's main Occupational Health and Safety Management activities are:
Retention and renewal of AENOR certifications under the OHSAS 18001: 2007 standard.
On-site internal prevention audits.
Safety inspections and corrective measures where appropriate.
Improving the professional qualifications of employees.
Enerfín is the wind power subsidiary of Elecnor, one of the main global corporations in the development and operation of infrastructure projects, renewable energies and new technologies, with a presence in over 50 countries and a team of 15,000 professionals.
Enerfín is involved in 1,226 MW of operating and construction wind power located in Spain, Brazil and Canada, and produces more than 2,300 GWh/year, which is able to provide power to approximately 750,000 homes. It is currently building more than 300 MW, which it will start up in 2020.