A day in the life of Iberdrola employees

Meet the day to day life of Iberdrola group employees

Employment Labour productivity Professional career

We'll show you how some of the group's employees spend their working day. A first person narrative of a day in their working life.

Personal protective equipment (PPE)

Let's accompany Manel on his day in Cortes-La Muela, the biggest hydroelectric complex in Spain and the biggest pure pumping plant in Western Europe. Manel had to move an aerial work platform from La Muela II to La Muela I. He was well equipped with his personal protective equipment.

Maintenance of equipment

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Javier Martín (Cañoneras, in Cantabria). Video voice transcription [PDF] External link, opens in new window.

It's six a.m. and Javier is already up and on his way to the Cañoneras wind farm, with its 38 aerogenerators. At the office he checks that everything's ready and waits for the maintenance team to plan the farm's work. They'll be carrying out preventive maintenance on aerogenerator 17.

Occupational health and safety

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Leydslene Araújo de Oliveira (Corumbá power plant, in Brazil). Video voice transcription [PDF] External link, opens in new window.

Leydslene is a security specialist with Neoenergia. She works on occupational hazard prevention, aiming to create a prevention culture. She strives to create a healthy atmosphere and ensure the health and physical integrity of her colleagues, increasing their self-esteem.

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