Health & Safety
Know and understand our Health & Safety policies and initiatives.
EDPR has defined policies, procedures and standards to ensure the several aspects that fill in with the sustainability of the supply chain, as well as the management and mitigation of environmental, social or ethical risks.
EDPR is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact directives for a sustainable development and has pledged to put these principles into practice and to promote the adoption of these principles in its area of influence. As such, EDPR´s suppliers shall accept to comply with the UN Global Compact’s ten principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.
The ten principles defined by the United Nations Global Compact are available a here.
The suppliers of EDPR shall either provide the confirmation as signatories of the United Nations Global Compact directives or a written declaration of acceptance of the Ten Principles.
EDPR is governed by a strong sense of ethics and requires that its suppliers do not have conflicts with EDPR ethical standards.
The suppliers of EDPR shall know the principles established in the Code of Ethics and they shall agree with them. As part of a supplier qualification process the supplier shall provide a written declaration of acceptance of the principles established in EDPR’s Code of Ethics.
EDPR´s Environment and Biodiversity Policies reflect a responsible management of the environment along the whole value chain. According to these policies, EDPR is committed to incorporate respect for the environment and management of environmental aspects in all phases of business processes throughout the value chain and ensure that everyone involved, including suppliers, has the necessary, adequate skills for the purpose.
The suppliers of EDPR shall adopt all necessary measures to ensure strict compliance with all applicable environmental regulations as well as EDPR´s Environment and Biodiversity Policies, internal norms, procedures and systems in place as regards to environmental management.
Specifically, EDPR has implemented, for all its wind farms in operation, an Environmental Management System (EMS) developed and certified according to the international standard ISO 14001:2004.
The suppliers of EDPR shall know and understand the EMS. Also they shall be committed to make the EMS available to its employees and subcontractors, and to ensure from them the full compliance with the procedures set in EMS. The EMS is available here (filter by category EMS).
To facilitate the understanding and access, following are the main EMS documents applicable to our suppliers.