The quality of IVPC Group development model, certified by International Quality Certification Bodies - ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO45001 - testifies the respect and the careful attention that the Group pays to local communities and to its own workers.
First Certification issuance date 17/10/2000. It is the internationally recognized reference standard for the quality management of any organization that intends to respond simultaneously to the need to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of internal processes – as a management tool to achieve its objectives; the growing competitiveness in the markets through the improvement of customer satisfaction and retention. We pursue the satisfaction of our customers and we ensure the maintenance and improvement of the quality of our goods and services over time.
First Certification issuance date 1/08/2003. It is an international standard based on voluntary compliance applicable to any type of public or private organization that specifies the requirements for an effective environmental management system. A certified environmental management system that allows to control and maintain legislative compliance and to monitor environmental performance, to reduce waste (water consumption, energy resources, etc.) and to guarantee of a systematic and preordained approach to environmental emergencies.
The UNI ISO 45001:2018 standard "Management systems for health and safety at work - Requirements and guidance for use" is the first international standard to enable organizations to provide safe and healthy workplaces by preventing work-related injury and ill health, as well as by proactively improving its OH&S performance. It is applicable to any organization that wishes to establish, implement and maintain an OH&S management system to improve occupational health and safety, eliminate hazards and minimize OH&S risks.
Certification issuance date 31/03/2016. In addition to OHSAS 18001 certification and with the aim of constantly protecting its workers, IVPC Service obtained from Global Wind Organisation (GWO) a certification for two modules: "Manual Handling" and "Fire Awareness". Established by a group of leading companies in the wind market, individuals and turbine manufacturers, GWO is a non-profit association that aims to create a safe and accident-free work environment by identifying common training standards on security and emergency procedures. To be granted this certification also implies the possibility to educate and train workers in the wind industry in compliance with the highest safety standards.
On 27/07/2016 I.V.P.C. Service was granted certification by Global Wind Organisation for an additional module, “First Aid” that is to be added to “Manual Handling” and “Fire Awareness”. All GWO certifications are the evidence of the high priority our Group places on safety of our wind service operations. Our employees are our most valuable asset.
First Certification issuance date 30/03/17 - The UNI CEI 11352:2014 standard completes the regulatory framework represented by UNI CEI EN ISO 50001 and represents a support tool for national energy policies. In particular, it describes the general requirements and skills (organizational, diagnostic, design, management, economic and financial) that an ESCo must gain in order to offer energy efficiency services to its customers.
First Certification issuance date 06/04/17 – THE STANDARD ISO 50001:2011, “Energy management systems – Requirements with guidance for use” specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving the energy management system, whose purpose is to enable an organization to follow a systematic approach in order to achieve a continuous improvement of its own energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy use and consumption.
On 29/03/2019. Global Wind Organisation (GWO) granted IVPC Service with the certification for an additional module “Working at Heights”. The aims of this standard is to give participants the necessary basic knowledge and skills to correctly use their PPE and perform safe work at heights and properly manage the emergency procedures for evacuation from the wind turbine.