There are published procedures.
Should I say "spreaded"?
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"There are published procedures" is correct.
"Spreaded" isn't a word. The past tense of "spread" is the same, "spread". More importantly, "spread" is not used in this way to indicated "distributed". Various correct alternatives might be:
"There is widely distributed information on the procedures." "Details of the procedures are spread throughout the training manual." "He spread the news of the change in procedures."