Implementation of occupational risk and social security policies (SG-SST)

The Minimum Standards are a set of rules, requisites and procedures which must be fulfilled, establishing, registering, verifying and controlling compliance with the basic conditions of technological and scientific capability, financial and asset sufficiency and technical-administrative capacity, indispensable for the functioning, performance and development of the activities of employers and contractors in the General Occupational Risk Prevention System. 


1.       Public employers

2.       Private employers

3.       Dependent workers

4.       Independent workers

5.       Those hiring staff under civil agreements

6.       Those hiring staff under commercial agreements

7.       Solidarity economy organisations

8.       Co-operative sector organisations

9.       Groupings or associations registering independent workers in the General Social Security System

10.   Temporary services companies

11.   Students registered with the General Occupational Risk Prevention System

12.   Assigned workers

13.   Occupational risk administrators

14.   Non-uniform Nacional Police

15.   Civil staff in the military




  • Defining of the process management structure
  • Defining of approval protocols
  • Defining of general process planning
  • Internal and external communication plan


  • Compiling of information,
  • Design and implementation of SG- SST 



  • Defining of the process management structure
  • Defining of approval protocols
  • Internal and external communication plan
  • Initial evaluation (we define what level your company is at)


  • Correction of SG- SST procedures
  • Maintaining of SG-SST
  • Updates of SG-SST (legal framework, strategic planning of the company)



  • Defining of the process management structure
  • Defining of approval protocols
  • Internal and external communication plan


  • Compiling of information
  • Diagnosis of the SG- SST procedures applied
  • Delivery of final report
  • Recommendations 

Valuation consultancy service

We provide our products within Professional Valuation services certified through registration with the Open Register of Valuators (Registro Abierto de Avaluadores) (RAA) in fulfilment of the new Valuators law:

  1. Valuation of Assets and Liabilities, and Fair Value Estimate Audits according to the IFRS.
  2. Measurement of Lost Profit, Consequential Damage and Opportunity Cost for legal purposes.
  3. Pricing studies and analysis of financial models of real estate and general businesses.
  4. Calculation of impairment to the value of assets.
  5. Valuation of companies, operational assets and commercial establishments.
  6. Commercial valuation of Properties, Machinery and Equipment, Assets and special Intangibles.

Our International Professional Practice

  1. We use the professional practice 2017 International Valuation Standard (IVS) and the sector Technical Regulations issued by the sector unit on standardisation in valuation activities and the valuation service USN AVSA.
  2. For our Reports, we take as a reference IVS 103 and sector Technical Regulation 1, issued by Icontec and USN AVSA.
  3. Our calculation records are delivered to the client.

Valuation Methods and Approaches

We assess the structure and quality of the basic information for calculating the value and establish the most suitable approach for valuation purposes.

We use three main approaches:     

a. Market-Based Approach,

b. Cost-Based Approach, and

c. Income-Based Approach

in accordance with the approach established for valuation purposes, we establish the method or methods to be used in order to determine our valuation.

Professional competences

  • Skills of the Valuator, experience and certified professional practice.
  • Technical investigation and analysis for determining the value.
  • Registration as professional valuators in the RAA

Transfer pricing

Globalisation has allowed world economy levels to increase, but this makes it more difficult for tax jurisdictions to establish suitable taxation for their taxpayers.

Like never before, information technology has become a spectacular tool in order for interaction between two or more countries to be carried out easily and effectively, removing borders in the area of international business.

Faced with this new global environment, taxing international transactions is vital for each tax jurisdiction, and one of the most important tools available today for achieving this objective consists of regulations on the matter of so-called Transfer Pricing intended to ensure that transactions carried out within Multinational Groups (operations between related parties) are performed under market conditions and, consequently, are not aimed at affecting the fair assignation of profits between the parties involved.

There are now more than 100 countries worldwide which already have regulations on Transfer Pricing, which are mostly in line with the OECD guidelines. Colombia is one of those countries.

Transfer Pricing reports in Colombia are an obligation for companies located in the country that carry out transactions with related parties residing abroad and were enacted in Colombian legislation several years ago. Nowadays, the Tax Statute and Decree 3030 from the year 2013 are their cornerstone.

At Auren, we have developed a team of professionals which, for more than 10 years, has been advising clients not only on how to comply with the aggressive regulations implemented in Colombia through the DIAN, but on how to defend themselves in the event of an additional determining of taxes as a result of a valuation imposed by the local authorities.

Our preventive diagnosis allows clients to design their transfer pricing policy whereby the annual reports to be submitted to the DIAN are supported by a previously validated guideline, making the fulfilment of the Colombian regulations easy and secure.

Our experts are here to serve you in order to evaluate and find the best solution for each specific case, regardless of the complexity of the transaction performed between the related parties of the business group.

Sustainability and social responsibility

Supporting clients in business management to generate financial, social and environmental results in the short, medium and long term, focused on the objectives of sustainable development.


  • CO2 FOOTPRINT: Measurement of consumption and impact for defining action plans with tangible results.
  • INTEREST GROUPS: Identification of interests of the various actors related to the company: shareholders, collaborators, suppliers, government and ONGs.
  • FINANCIAL EVALUATION: Support and tax and financial analysis of regulatory and market trends in matters of sustainability.
  • RSE/ REVERSAL OF SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: Developing tailor-made solutions for the company aimed at the socio-environmental impact on its community or territory influence.
  • PREPARATION OR VERIFICATION OF SUSTAINABILITY REPORTS: Preparation following the guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI): G4 and/or the Integrated Reporting Initiative (IIRC). Detailed analysis verifying their reality and appropriateness, bearing in mind AA1000.
  • SUPPLY CHAIN SOCIAL AUDITS: Defining of the Sustainability Policy and commitments to be assumed by subcontractors and suppliers: Planning, Execution, Evaluation and Support.
  • IMPLEMENTING OF SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: Implementing of Corporate Social Responsibility Rules recognised internationally, such as: SGE 21, SA8000, ISO 26000, AA1000.


  • Reduction in costs through eco-efficient business management practices and/or social practices.
  • Improvement in business management through social marketing.
  • Corporate risk management.
  • Identification of financial, social and environmental impact, avoiding any unnecessary costs, fine or penalties.
  • Supporting clients in business management to generate financial, social and environmental results in the short, medium and long term, focused on the objectives of sustainable development.
  • Improvement in processes.
  • Guidelines towards certifications. Transparency and clarity in corporate governance.
  • Improvement in the working environment. Cohesion of the interest groups in the creation of value.


At Auren, we offer a preventive audit to review parafiscal contributions and contributions to the social protection system in order to mitigate any contingencies in a possible inspection request from the Colombian Social Security and Pension Department (Unidad de Gestión Pensional y Parafiscales) (UGPP).

Furthermore, Auren is able to review, process and analyse the information of the company required by the UGPP with a view to determining the contributions in respect of which it is viable to continue the dispute and those which should be corrected by the company. 

These types of services are aimed at providing the client with tools to organise its compensation scheme, and to understand the contribution inspection processes of the Entity and thus correct those situations which are not in line with the provisions of the law, and pay for the adjustments resulting from our review.


We provide solutions:

And we do so by working with you closely, with teams that achieve excellent results.

With the experience of our consultants:

Accustomed to working in complex environments. Making use of experience in other companies similar to yours to make the difficult easy. With optimum costs for each circumstance.

With a multidisciplinary vision.

Innovative, experienced and aimed at obtaining effective results. We are ready to meet your consulting needs, whether in respect of human resources, information technology, organisational improvement, strategy, or a long etcetera.

Our economists, engineers, psychologists, computer experts, and all our other professionals are prepared in order to provide you the best solutions, with a multidisciplinary vision, in order for the solution to work effectively.