Cuevas & Montoto Consultores has reached an agreement with Power Choice, subsidiary in Spain of the British UCP Choice, through which we will help them obtain the ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety certification, covering their design and construction activities of photovoltaic solar plant projects, substations, transformation centers and power lines, public lighting installations, ornamental and sports resources, by expanding its current Integrated Quality and Environment Management System.
Obtaining this new ISO certification will allow Power Choice to improve from now on their technical scores in the public works tenders that they may apply for in Spain and, thereby, to increase their chances of being awarded with those contracts.
Additionally, it will allow them to demonstrate to their clients and to the rest of their interested parties that they strive to manage their projects with a high safety standard that will be applied during the execution of the works they do, therefore going beyond strict compliance with their legal obligations regarding safety.
Regarding Cuevas & Montoto Consultores, this new contract means we consolidate our long-term relationship with this client dedicated to the engineering and construction of energy and renewable plants, which we have been advising regarding the international standards ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 since the contract signed with them in April 2020 to help them obtain ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications, and the one signed later, in March 2021, to help them maintain them.
About Power Choice and UCP Choice:
With more than 20 years of experience in the energy sector, UCP Choice (and Power Choice, its subsidiary in Spain) designs, builds and maintains photovoltaic solar plants, substations, transformation centers, lines and other industrial and urban electrical installations. It has participated in the connection of more than 500MW of photovoltaic plants, energy storage systems and Tesla electric chargers, among other projects. UCP Choice is currently developing projects in Spain, France and the United Kingdom. [sources: www.powerchoice.es and www.linkedin.com]