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Awards

Over the years we have been honoured with numerous awards and certifications that acknowledge our commitment to innovation in infrastructure maintenance and safety.

Nuestro compañero Jaime Antona se presentó al concurso para jóvenes profesionales de la Asociación Técnica de Carreteras y ganó.

Jaime Antona, winner of the YOUNG PROFESSIONAL ATC contest

Our colleague Jaime Antona took part in the contest for young professionals of the Technical Road Association (ATC in Spanish) with the submission: “Tool for Early Anomaly Detection in Data-collection Stations”. The tool is based on the study of available historical data for each loop and its modelling. These loops are “squares” arranged in line in the surface of the road [...]

Our colleague Jaime Antona took part in the contest for young professionals of the Technical Road Association (ATC in Spanish) with the submission: “Tool for Early Anomaly Detection in Data-collection Stations”. The tool is based on the study of available historical data for each loop and its modelling.

These loops are “squares” arranged in line in the surface of the road and are part of the measuring systems that calculate a set of parameters of the road traffic passing through that section.

The designed tool allows us to know if the measurements ​​provided by each loop fall within the expected range, compared to the data in the station records. In this way, most of the preventive maintenance actions and manual operational checks can be dispensed with, since there is no need to check a system if we know in advance that the data provided is correct.

With certain nuances it could be applied to any road, even before the road is open to traffic, since parameters of similar operative sections can be considered. This allows the estimate of road traffic parameters before and after its opening, facilitating the decision making.

Finally, we would like to acknowledge the support and help of Manuel Muelas during the development of the work.

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El Desfibrilador Externo Semiautomático (DESA) está pensado para que pueda ser utilizado por personal no sanitario y están distribuidos en los vehículos que los agentes de intervención utilizan a diario, para que puedan usarlo rápidamente ante un paro cardiaco.

Emesa gains recognition for the first Cardiac Protected Tunnel in the World

In close collaboration, partners EMESA and Madrid Calle 30 were given a joint award for the first Cardiac Protected Tunnel in the World. This project has been possible thanks to the proposal by the first intervention personnel who, together with the Management of EMESA and the Head of Tunnel Safety, opted for giving full support to the initiative. The Semi-Automatic External Defibrillator (DESA [...]

In close collaboration, partners EMESA and Madrid Calle 30 were given a joint award for the first Cardiac Protected Tunnel in the World. This project has been possible thanks to the proposal by the first intervention personnel who, together with the Management of EMESA and the Head of Tunnel Safety, opted for giving full support to the initiative.

The Semi-Automatic External Defibrillator (DESA in Spanish) has been designed so that it can be used by non-medical personnel. The DESAs are located in the vehicles that intervention agents drive daily, so that they can use them quickly in the event of cardiac arrest.

The initiative will also be extended to the surface of Calle 30 as soon as SAMUR (Municipal Emergency Assistance and Rescue Service in Spanish)-Civil Protection complete the training.

EMESA is characterised by the importance given to achieving maximum safety for both users and staff, a principle we follow in the maintenance and preservation of our facilities. To the cutting-edge smart systems of energy supply, lighting, traffic management, automatic incident detection and linear fire detection, among others, now we add semi-automatic defibrillators.

This commitment to health and safety, through the installation of defibrillators, has earned us recognition by SAMUR-Civil Protection.

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EMESA ha recibido la certificación de AENOR por su Sistema de Gestión de la Seguridad Vial.

Emesa obtains Road Traffic Safety (RTS) certification by Aenor

EMESA has obtained the Certification in Road Traffic Safety by AENOR for its RTS Management System. EMESA is the first European company for Road Preservation and Operation certified by AENOR under the ISO 39001, a management system standard for Road Traffic Safety. This fact shows our commitment to improving the RTS of the M-30 for both road users and the nearly 300 employees of EMESA. The event [...]

EMESA has obtained the Certification in Road Traffic Safety by AENOR for its RTS Management System.

EMESA is the first European company for Road Preservation and Operation certified by AENOR under the ISO 39001, a management system standard for Road Traffic Safety. This fact shows our commitment to improving the RTS of the M-30 for both road users and the nearly 300 employees of EMESA.

The event was attended by Mr. Manuel Romero, Certification Commercial Director of AENOR, who handed the AENOR Certification to Héctor Barbero, General Manager of EMESA.

This new certification adds to those in accordance with the UNE-EN ISO 9001, UNE-EN ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards, which recognise our efforts in service quality, environmental protection and health and safety, respectively.

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