Ejendals strictly follows the rules and regulations contained in the REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals) legislation. REACH is a European Union regulation adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals. It also promotes alternative methods to reduce the number of tests on animals.
The inclusion of this colour coding on the glove label, on the packaging or on the edging makes it easier for you to find your size quickly.
If a protective glove is deemed to meet the safety requirements and is given a CE mark in an EU country, it can be exported and sold throughout the EU zone. To meet the requirements, the manufacturer has to comply with a number of EN standards. An EN standard includes demands, testing methods and requirements as to how the product is to be labelled in addition to the CE mark, and also sets out what the manufacturer’s instructions for use must contain.
Ejendals strictly follows all laws and regulations, both local and international. We are here for the long-term and act accordingly. We will live with the decisions we make today for many years, and we value our quality-minded focus, our respect for human rights, and our care for the environment.
Your gloves must be stored in such a way that their protective qualities do not deteriorate. Some glove materials, for example natural rubber, have a limited storage life.
A work glove is a product where the safety level is highly affected by the daily wear and tear on the material used in the glove, substances can come in contact with the glove during use e.g. oils that could affect the glove material negatively when subjected to detergents and washing procedures.