The quality of the IVPC Group development model, certified by International Quality Certification Bodies - ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001 - testifies the respect and the careful attention that the Group pays to local communities and its own workers.

ISO 9001
Initial Certification date 17/10/2000. It is the international standard which evaluates whether the Quality Management System is appropriate and effective, while forcing you to identify and implement improvements. Continous improvement assures your customers benefit by receiving product/services that meet their requirements, and that your deliver consistent performance. Internally, the organization will profit from increased job satisfaction and improved operational results.

ISO 14001
Initial Certification date 1/08/2003. Is an international voluntary standard that specifies requirements for an effective environmental management system. It should be used by any organization that wishes to set up, improve or maintain an environmental management system to conform to its established environmental policy and requirements.

OHSAS 18001
Initial Certification date 03/12/2015. OHSAS 18001 sets out the requirements for occupational health and safety management best practice and enables an organization to control its OH&S risks and improve its performance. The enjoyment of these standards at the highest levels is a basic human right that should be accessible by each and every worker. Regardless of the nature of their work, workers (including temporary workers and contractors’ personnel, visitors and any other person on the premises) should be able to carry out their responsibilities in a safe and secure working environment, free from hazards.

Certification start 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) certification for two modules: "Manual Handling" and "Fire Awareness". GWO is a non-profit organization of wind turbine owners and manufacturers whose aim is to strive for an injury free work environment in the wind turbine industry, in setting common standards in safety training and emergency procedures. Moreover, the attainment of this certification permits the training provider offering GWO basic safety training.

Initial Certification Date 27/07/2016. In addition to the above-mentioned modules “Fire Awareness” and “Manual Handling”, I.V.P.C. Service has been granted certification by Global Wind Organisation also for “First Aid” module. All GWO certifications are a testament to the high priority our Group places on safety of our wind service operations. Our employees are our most valuable asset.

UNI CEI 11352:2014
Initial Certification Date 30/03/17 - Standard UNI CEI 11352:2014 intends to provide the minimum elements to test the ability of ESCOs to offer services to improve energy efficiency, in compliance with European standard UNI CEI EN 15900. Specifically, the standard regulates the services and defines the certification criteria in relation to organizational, diagnostic, management and economic-financial skills that an ESCo must possess in order to be qualified correctly as such.

ISO 50001:2011
Initial Certification Date 06/04/17 - Energy management systems – Requirements with guidance for use is a specification created by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for an energy management system. The standard specifies the requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system, whose purpose is to enable an organization to follow a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement of energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy security, energy use and consumption. The standard aims to help organizations continually reduce their energy use, and therefore their energy costs and their greenhouse gas emissions.

GWO "Working at Heights"
Certification start date 29/03/2019. IVPC Service obtained from Global Wind Organisation (GWO) certification for a new module “Working at Heights”. The aims of this standard shall give the participants the necessary basic knowledge and skills to use basic PPE and perform safe work at heights and safe rescue from heights in a remote wind turbine environment.