Practices in Asset Management, Environment, Quality, and Health and Safety were recognized and certified by ISO standards, placing the company among the leaders in the certification of power generation parks in Brazil
CTG Brasil, one of the leaders in clean energy generation in Brazil, went through an external audit and obtained the ISO certifications that establish international standards for practices in Asset Management, Environment, Quality, and Health and Safety. The certifications cover the 14 hydroelectric plants operated by the company and place the company among the leaders in the certification of energy generation parks in Brazil for these normative references.
The Vanzolini Foundation audits certified that CTG Brasil’s operations are in compliance with ISO 55001 (asset management), ISO 45001 (health and safety management), ISO 14001 (environmental management), and ISO 9001 (quality management). The corporate and local processes related to operation, maintenance and administration for power generation were also audited and are part of the scope of the certifications.
The manager of CTG Brasil’s Integrated Management System, Jacques Vigato, reinforces that the achievement is the result of intense work that began more than 2 years ago with the objective of implementing an integrated management system, including the ISO 55001 Asset Management, with process improvement and alignment with the purpose and values of the company. During this period, the action plans involved more than 30 managers and 350 professionals and partners directly.
“Besides reinforcing our protagonism, the certifications are a recognition of our practices in Asset Management, Environment, Quality, and Health and Safety. We seek to improve our actions and excel every day, always focusing on continuous improvement, and the certifications come to consolidate this performance and our long-term commitment to the country. Among the practices that reinforce our search for excellence and that contributed to the certification are the risk monitoring of the assets and legal requirements – there are about 31,000 obligations – for all HPPs,” said Vigato.