Regulations foreign materials

There are various in force to prevent foreign


The windows that could lead to a if they break are all protected against breakage. 


can cause a product contamination issue by splinters. On the other hands, wood can also be a source of . In both cases there is a chance for . Where necessary, avoid wood in the production and cells with open


Our consumers can choke/suffocate on small particles. To prevent this, several safeguards are in place (see ). 

Loose components:

Loose-fitting parts can get into the product. Attention is paid to this during checks, checks, and the prerequisite program checks. Loose parts must be removed or secured immediately. 

Machine parts:

To prevent components from ending up in our products due to breaks or disassembly, our machines are checked every day before the commencement of production. This is also checked again after production (during disassembly, cleaning, and assembly). 


Through proper , material can be prevented from entering the product. Furthermore, all packaging is suitable for its intended use (specifications available).

The packaging is and will not be closed with staples or paper clips. Never use materials that could end up in the product or packaging. 

When products are delivered where the packaging is closed with staples, the must be informed. The opening must then take place in a separate room and under

Wrong Raw Materials:

We work according to fixed regulations. This, in combination with the procedure, prevents cross-contamination. 


Everything is done to prevent cross-contamination with . Especially when there has been a claim. Control through, among other things:

  • Procedure; 
  • Cleaning; 
  • Routing. 

Glass and hard plastic:

Glass and are prevented. If the glass is necessary, it is recorded in the glass register. This glass is controlled and monitored regularly. 


Lights are protected against breaks where necessary. This is to prevent contamination. 


When claims are issued, then they must be closely monitored and prepared/handled following fixed instructions. 


Break blades are not used. 

Materials which are not or hardly used are avoided by the department. 

All possible are registered.

Where necessary, materials are numbered to allow better possible control.

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