Active commitment to the safety of our people
Urbaser has a firm commitment to the personal and professional development of its human resources. This commitment is reflected in the preparation and execution of the Annual Training Plan, the main aims of which are to develop the professional skills of its employees, update and adapt human resources to technological evolution and to improve the quality of service, as well as to introduce a culture of continuous learning based on the management of Quality, respect for the Environment and the Prevention of Occupational Risks.
We are a company committed to the professional success, development and safety of our employees. The prevention of occupational risks is a strategic priority for Urbaser. The entire organisation is pledged to complying with the standards set by the regulations.
Over 90% of our employees are operatives and specialists, and in Urbaser we ensure the safety of all of them, so that they work in compliance with the legal requirements regarding risks; we provide training, information and raise awareness on each person’s responsibility so that the whole organisation becomes involved.
URBASER EXTENDS ITS INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE WITH NEW CONTRACTS IN ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA
Urbaser, the global environmental services company, has increased its international expansion in three countries; having been awarded urban cleaning and waste management contracts worth €1 billion in India, Colombia and Ecuador. Continued
URBASER COLLABORATES IN THE LARGEST SCIENTIFIC STUDY ON MICROPLASTICS CARRIED OUT ON THE SEABED OF THE CANARY ISLANDS
Urbaser has decided to collaborate with the largest scientific study ever developed on the impact of microplastics on the ecosystem of the Canary Islands´ seabeds. Continued
URBASER STUDIES BIOPLASTICS AS A SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION FOR REDUCING MARINE AND LAND-BASED POLLUTION FROM PLASTIC WASTE Y TERRESTRE POR RESIDUOS PLÁSTICOS
Urbaser, a leading environmental management company, working with European project SEALIVE, aims to reduce plastic waste along with marine and land-based pollution through sustainable bio-based plastic solutions.Continued