He verb implement refers to the application of a measure or to the launch of an initiative . The implemented, therefore, is in operation or in force.
For example: "We must implement a protocol that defines the steps to follow in this type of situation", "Unfortunately we will have to implement an adjustment plan since the State spends more money than it should spend according to its income", “The activists of the environmental organization stressed that, in order to comply with the provisions of the law, the Zero Waste program must be implemented before 2020”.
Suppose a government decide implement a campaign to prevent alcoholism . In this framework, it develops a series of actions that aim to make known the damages that excessive alcohol consumption produces in health and the risks that society as a whole faces when a person drives a vehicle while being alcoholized. By implementing the campaign, therefore, the authorities create and disseminate advertisements in the media, place posters on public roads and organize public talks with doctors, road safety experts and other specialists.
A company on the other hand you can implement a code of coexistence that all your employees must respect. Once the regulation enters into force, workers have to comply with their instructions or, otherwise, are sanctioned. The code includes points linked to the maintenance of the cleanliness of the work area and the control of the noise level so as not to disturb the colleagues, to name two issues.