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It is important that workwear, protective equipment and accessories are made from the right materials and with the right manufacturing technology. These certifications help you to buy the best workwear and protective equipment with consistent quality that is exactly right for you and your workplace.



Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certified fabrics are 100% safe to wear. This is a consistent, independent testing and certification system for textile raw materials, finished textiles and finished products at all stages of production, applied worldwide. With their slogan "Confidence in Textiles", Oeko-Tex® has become synonymous with responsible textile production, safety and transparency worldwide. Oeko-Tex® certification is a very important step towards using less hazardous chemicals in the textile industry.

ISO 9001

ISO 9001

The exact title of the ISO 9001 standard is ISO 9001:2015 (ISO 9001:2015) Quality Management System (QMS) This standard is also a certifiable standard and the certification of quality management systems (often referred to as quality assurance systems) tests their compliance with the requirements of this standard. After the certification procedure (audit) by an independent certifier, the certifier issues a certificate to the organisation, attesting that the quality management system established according to ISO 9001 meets the requirements.

The international standard requires documented procedures;
The documentation required from the organisation must ensure that the procedures are working effectively
and effective management;
The scope depends on the size and type of the organisation, the complexity of the processes, the skills of the staff;
Records should provide evidence of what has been done, demonstrate compliance;

ISO 14001

ISO 14001

ISO 14001 is part of ISO 14000, a family of standards dealing with environmental management systems (EMS), which are designed to ensure that a company's activities and processes (a) minimise negative impacts on the environment (e.g. negative changes to air, land, water); (b) comply with applicable laws, regulations and other environmental requirements; and (c) continuously improve.

An ISO 14001-compliant company will generate less waste in its operations, thus making more efficient use of space. Less time, energy and raw materials will be used in production, reducing distribution and operational costs. It demonstrates the company's commitment to environmental responsibility and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements in this area, enabling the company to avoid environmental fines. The existence of the standard clearly enhances the company's prestige vis-à-vis consumers, cooperation partners and the general public.


Minor Risks

For low-risk gloves, e.g. simple gloves that provide protection for caretaker work, manufacturers are allowed to test and certify the gloves themselves.  


Not a PPE

Products with this marking have not been tested according to PPE guidelines.

PPE must comply to ensure the health and safety of users. For the purposes of this Directive, PPE means any device or appliance designed to protect an individual from one or more health and safety hazards when worn or held in the hand.