Cuevas & Montoto assists Hispasat to become certified under the IQNet SR-10 Corporate Social Responsibility standard
Cuevas & Montoto Consultores has recently reached an agreement with Hispasat whereby we will provide the necessary consultancy to design and implement a Social Responsibility Management System in the organisation in accordance with the IQNet SR-10 international standard.
With this new management tool, Hispasat will expand its current Integrated Management System certified in accordance with the ISO Quality (ISO 9001), Health and Safety (ISO 45001), and Information Security (ISO/IEC 27001) standards, thus applying a more complete approach to the relationships that it maintains with its stakeholders in the development of its activities, thus improving the management that it currently carries out of its key interest groups.
To achieve this, a specialist consulting team from Cuevas & Montoto will first carry out a ‘Gap Analysis’ compared with the requirements of the IQNet SR-10 standard to then generate or modify the internal processes and documents that are necessary to cover the missing requirements, integrating them into its current Integrated Management System. Once this is done, we will go on to provide the corresponding training, making sure that the innovations are correctly implemented within the organisation. After a certain time, we will carry out the mandatory internal audit with an independent auditor, prior to the external certification audit, during which we will also be present, providing our support at all times, until Hispasat obtains the desired IQNet SR-10 certification.
With the signing of this contract, Cuevas & Montoto Consultores expands its client portfolio, in this case incorporating an important leading company in the aerospace and telecommunications sector in Latin America such as Hispasat, with which it hopes to forge a long-term strategic relationship, with a clear vocation for continuity. This new advisory project on CSR matters is added to those recently achieved with the FCC Group and Ballesol, as well as those completed some time ago with Ferrovial Services and Servired.
Hispasat, the Spanish communications satellite operator, is a key driver of the Spanish aerospace industry and one of the world leaders in content distribution in Spanish and Portuguese. It has more than 25 years’ experience and with a presence in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, where it is already the fourth satellite operator. It supplies its clients with more than 1,250 TV and radio channels via its powerful fleet of satellites