Integrated Management System


Integrated Management System

Integrated Management System

Audeca is strongly committed to quality, the environment, occupational safety and R&D&I and has certification in all these areas, creating a comprehensive Integrated Management System. This solid commitment is evident thanks to the explicit Policy backed by management.

Quality and Environment

Audeca has AENOR certification for quality and environmental management systems according to the requirements of the UNE-EN ISO 9001 and UNE-EN ISO 14001 standards.

Audeca's activities, processes and services follow these regulations in order to promote continuous improvement as the leading company in the sector. In order to do this, it aims to ensure the satisfaction of its clients and to minimise the current and potential environmental aspects relating to its areas of activity.

Occupational Risk Prevention

Workers' health and safety is one of Audeca's founding principles. The main objective is to promote the improvement of health and safety conditions in the workplace.

In relation to the prevention of occupational risks, Audeca is based on the continued improvement, maintaining and developing a health and safety management system in the workplace according to ISO 45001 standard.


In 2007, Audeca certified its R&D&I management system according to the requirements of reference standard UNE 166002. The projects that are being carried out are related to the management of the preservation of roads, as well as other aspects of environmental management and the prevention of occupational risks in works and services.

Audeca has ended the project “Roadside verge vegetation management using mowing controlled by remote sensing, multispectral sensors and weather forecasting (3/3)” (Project ENTORNO), thanks to help from the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI) at the Ministry of Industry, Economy and Competitiveness, co-funded by the European Union (ERDF funds) through the Operational Programme for Smart Growth (2014-2020).

This project began in 2019, when the R&D team, eager to undertake research, set themselves the objective of developing a new methodology that was based on multispectral biosensors, remote sensing systems and weather forecasting, making it possible to predict the best moment to mow roadside verges. Furthermore, Audeca has carried out a comprehensive study on the vulnerability of roads to climate change and has made a strategic leap by boosting the added value of its road conservation work. 

After 36 months of work, both in the Madrid offices and the pilot area (the conservation centre in Talavera La Reina, Toledo) and with EUR 521,507.54 from the CDTI, the company considers that the technological challenge has been met.