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ISO 9001:2015 – Quality and Safety System
Impresa CEV manages the project development and implementation of the orders with the application of an Integrated Quality and Safety Management System which is certified by a primary certifying body that guarantees compliance with ISO 9001:2015 legislation and maximum quality standards.
CQOP SOA – Certification of completed works
All the works completed and those in progress are certified by the body CQOP SOA which certifies the implementation thereof and the amount and quality as well as compliance with the categories identified by the Code of public contracts in the implementation of European standards. Then, the certifying body issues the SOA certificate which certifies both the amount of the works and the type of constructions built by the company; this certificate is compulsory in order to take part in any public tender procedure and is increasingly requested also by private clients who consider it to be a sort of “passport” held by the firm.
ISO 45001:2018 – Health and safety
Safety in the production processes and workplaces is top priority and is constantly monitored and guaranteed by the professionals within the firm who supervise the work of every work and the production processes, making sure that all the internal procedures that led to the issue of ISO 45001:2018 Certification are implemented, certifying the Health and Safety Management System in the workplace.
ISO 14001:2015 – Environmental Management
Protection of the environment throughout the construction process and during the management of orders is guaranteed by the adoption of procedures that comply with European legislation and have been certified by a qualified body according to the ISO14001:2015 standard for the Environmental Management System.
Listing in the register of approved suppliers
After a careful verification process on the requirements and management ability, Impresa CEV was added to the register of approved suppliers of TERNA, NATO and many other clients with whom it has established profitable and long-lasting collaborations.
The organization model adopted by the governance focuses on the subjects of environmental sustainability, respect for human resources and social commitment. Impresa CEV supports the value of work and places lawfulness, fairness and transparent actions as essential points with the ultimate purpose of reinforcing production quality standards and promoting the development of the company itself as a whole.
Impresa CEV has always been committed to giving value to people and the local area. Themes such as social and ecological sustainability are close to the heart of the company. Confirmation of this commitment comes from the numbers that can be cited for the photovoltaic field with the installation of over 47 thousand panels during the year 2011 alone, for a total of almost 70 thousand square metres of absorbing surface area; this challenge was met in 16 photovoltaic fields ordered by one of the most important Italian energy suppliers. The total power installed by Impresa CEV in the sixteen sites exceeds 11 megawatt: a value that can be compared to that of a small thermal power station. The electricity thus produced by means of installations that, alone, can supply in some cases over 2 megawatt hours, reaches twelve thousand megawatt hours per year, which is sufficient to satisfy the energy requirements of over three thousand families. Consistent with its social commitment policy, Impresa CEV has also been sponsoring various sports teams for a number of years: Benetton Rugby Treviso – Rugby Mogliano – TVB Treviso Basket, supporting the competitive development of young talents.
Impresa CEV’s actions to support cultural initiatives have seen it taking part as an official partner of the Venice Biennale in the Venice pavilion, in the 15th Architecture exhibition, in the Rodin exhibition at the Santa Caterina Museum in Treviso, and of the artist Giovanni Pulze. Its work to support cultural events is accompanied by the collection of works by various artists, including Romano Abate, which are kept and displayed at the Treviso site.