en.mhpsc.com uses cookies and third-party cookies to collect information that helps optimize your visit. Cookies are not used to collect personal information. It is reported that if you continue browsing, you are accepting its use
Accept | Learn more

Mr. Moisés A. Hernández Padrón with ID No. 42916664K, with the address for notifications at Avenida Alcalde Ramírez Bethencourt, 12, Fuentemar Office Center and email: juridico@mhp.es, as the main administrator, with legal capacity and acting on behalf of MHP CONTROL SERVICIOS S.L, with C.I.F.: B-35664879, for the appropriate purposes:


DECLARE COMMITMENT of the company and development of policies that integrate equal treatment and opportunities between women and men, without directly or indirectly discriminating on the basis of sex, as well as in the promotion and promotion of measures to achieve real equality within the community. our organization, building equal opportunities between women and men as a strategic principle of our corporate policy and human resources, in accordance with the definition of this principle established by Organic Law 3/2007, of March 22, for equality effective between women and men.

In each and every areas of this company, from the selection of promotion, working and employment conditions, occupational health, working hours and conciliation, MHP assumes the principle of equality of opportunities between women and men, taking care of every situation in which an apparently neutral disposition, criterion or practice, under the equal rights between women and men. Regarding communication, both internal and external, all the decisions adopted in this regard will be informed and an image of the company will be projected in accordance with this principle of equal opportunities.

The declared policies will be put into practice through the promotion of equality measures or through the implementation of an equality plan. The equality plan will address, among others, the subjects of access to employment, professional classification, promotion and training, compensation, work hours between women and men, work areas, personal and family conciliation, and the prevention of sexual harassment. In these circumstances, actions will be designed to improve the situation immediately, with the corresponding monitoring systems being decided, with the aim of advancing in the performance of real equality of women and men in the company and in the society.

To carry out this purpose, there will be a legal representation of workers, not only in the collective agreement process, as established by Organic Law 3/2007 for Effective Equality of Women and Men throughout the entire process of development and evaluation of the aforementioned equality measures or equality plan.

Las Palmas of Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, August 31st, 2018

D. Moisés A. Hernández Padrón