ISO standards (standards of the International Organization for Standardization) are a fundamental pillar on which sustainable development is based, which certify compliance with certain environmental standards, safety and energy efficiency among others. ISO certifications and the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations have a direct relationship.
ALUCOAT constantly invests in these types of certifications that verify all the work and effort made within the company in order to maintain an outstanding sustainability management, environmental, social and governance. ALUCOAT has been renewing for many years ISO 14001: environmental sustainability, directly related to SDG 13. Climate action, 14. Life below water and 15. Life on land; and ISO 50001: sustainable energy with a main objective of increasing Energy Management, directly related to SDG 7. Affordable clean energy, 12. Responsible production and consumption, and 13. Climate action, saving energy consumption and reducing CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.
Within the ALUCOAT Sustainability Plan 2023-2025, there is a line of development based on its commitment to health and safety for all workers. Related to this matter, ALUCOAT has been audited in its management system, obtaining ISO 45001 certification, the new standard of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) on Occupational health and safety. Since the most important asset of ALUCOAT are their People, ALUCOAT offers the most appropriate working conditions for the activity to be carried out in the safest possible environment.
ALUCOAT, working for the its team’s well-being.