Certified quality, safety and occupational health and safety management systems ensure efficient management at the operational level.

In the case of Budimex, the head of the group, the Integrated Management System consists of:

  • quality management system according to ISO 9001,
  • environmental management system according to ISO 14001,
  • occupational health and safety management system – compliant with ISO 45001,
  • information security management system according to ISO/IEC 27001,
  • quality management system according to AQAP 2110,
  • energy management system according to ISO 50001,
  • IT services quality management system according to ISO/IEC 20000-1,
  • quality system according to PN-EN ISO 3834-2 for welding.

Budimex S.A. has its NATO Commercial and Government Entity Code (NCAGE) number 1836H – granted to entities whose activities are related to the range of defence products or provision of defence services. In addition, the Integrated Management System takes into account the guidelines for corporate social responsibility management specified in standard PN-ISO 26000.

In other companies of the Budimex Group, Mostostal Kraków S.A. owns the certified management systems. The production, assembly and repair process is covered by the Quality Management System according to the Integrated Quality Management System (ISO 9001 – quality management system, ISO 14001 – environmental management system, and ISO 45001 – occupational health and safety management system). This company has also a number of other certificates confirming e.g. bridge, welding qualifications or qualifications of the Office of Technical Inspection (UDT).

The basis for actions in terms of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the Budimex Group companies is the CSR Strategy. The document valid in 2016-2020 described eight key areas of its corporate social responsibility:

improvement of occupational health and safety standards

reduction of environmental impact

being a neighbour, guest and partner for local communities

elimination of a risk of unethical behaviours

development of unique competencies and friendly working environment

assurance of the top quality of performance

support for the culture of innovations

provision of surveillance mechanisms for social and environmental results of activities

Each of them has assigned specific objectives, indicators of their accomplishment, expected values to be achieved and recommended activities aimed at the implementation of plans.

The directions of the strategies are consistent with the policies of the Ferrovial Group. These documents apply in all cases to all companies of this capital group (i.e. all companies of the Budimex Group) and to their employees, including managers. From the point of view of corporate social responsibility, the key policy is the Principles of the Company's Responsibility Policy. It draws on the UN Global Compact principles. Particular significant areas of responsibility are reflected in other group policies. They regulate such areas as environmental impact, anti-corruption, or protection of human rights.

In the second half of 2020, work on the "CSR Strategy for 2021–2023” was started, which also refers to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The document is based on six key areas of responsibility in the following wording:

In the Budimex Group, the CSR Committee, chaired by the President of the Management Board, is responsible for strategic management of its social responsibility. The Committee consists of representatives of the Management Board and selected organisational units. Its meetings are held on a quarterly basis and are devoted to reviewing, approving and settling the achievement of CSR objectives, as well as discussing the most important issues related to sustainable development.