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Certificates and regulations

At ERIKS, we attach a great deal of importance to sustainability and safety, which is why we take responsibility for our business operations. Our various certifications are our assurance to you that ERIKS always complies with the latest safety and quality requirements.

Our certificates

  • ISO 14001 : 2004

  • ISO 9001 : 2008

  • ISO 22000 : 2005

  • ISO 3834 - 2 : 2005

  • SCC* (VCA*)

  • Certificate new safety valves

  • Lloyds PED 97/23/EC Stainless Steel Hose Assemblies


Regulations

RoHS II

Compliance with the RoHS II Directive (Restriction of Hazardous Substances, European directive 2011/65/EU) is important to ERIKS. RoHS aims at reducing and avoiding the use of dangerous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. For this, there is a list of chemical substances whose use in electrical and electronic equipment is limited to a maximum concentration. ERIKS’ policy dictates that we only sell products which are RoHS compliant.

ATEX

Working in dangerous areas goes hand in hand with occupational hazards. So it is important to protect employees and to offer them a working environment that is as safe as it can be. The government has acknowledged this and drawn up the ATEX guidelines. To ensure that work can be undertaken safely in environments with gas and explosion hazards, ERIKS has developed a special range of products that complies with these guidelines.

The products in this collection meet the ATEX 95 and ATEX 137 guidelines. So you can be sure that these products can be used safely in areas where fire and/or explosion hazards exist.

You will find up-to-date information about ATEX at the Netherlands Standardisation Institute.

REACh

REACH legislation aims for maximum transparency where it concerns information on the use of harmful substances. It requires that manufacturers and importers of chemical substances into the European market keep records of the intended applications for these substances. Exemptions are required for some substances, as well as risk analyses and documented technical dossiers. These aspects of the legislation give insight into the available information throughout the supply chain and so the use of harmful substances can be kept to a minimum. The objective is to promote the health of humans and well as of the environment.