APEM human-machine interface components are developed and produced in accordance with the most stringent quality and environment standards.
APEM's strong quality reputation is recognized by diversified markets such as instrumentation, medical, security, telecommunications, industrial automation, defense, transport and confirmed by many international approvals (UL/CSA, VDE, NF...) and the confidence of manufacturers worldwide.
Since 1992, APEM implements a quality assurance system based on ISO 9000 international standards.
The IATF 16949 certification is the result of a particularly demanding quality system, specific to the automotive market.
At APEM, it consists of extremely stringent traceability for our integrated modules designed to simplify the automotive complex supply chain.
The IATF 16949 obtained in March 2014 ensures quality performance from our French and Tunisian teams.
This certification is proof of the reliability and high level of excellence of APEM’s quality system.
Though specific to automotive, the IATF 16949 certification remains a reference for all our OEM customers. It contributes to the image of APEM's strength in the interface market.
For several years, APEM has been implementing an environmental management system based on the ISO 14001 certification.
The objective of this certification increasingly requested by our major customers, is to limit the impact of our activities on the environment.
Through waste recycling, energy savings, reduction of ground and air pollution, better management of chemicals (solvents), APEM’s voluntary approach to obtaining the ISO 14001 certification, ensures continuous improvement to the environment.
The European RoHS directive (2011/65/EC) is aimed at limiting the use of six hazardous substances. RoHS means “Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances” in electricity and electronic equipment.
APEM products comply with directive 2011/65/EC with respect to the substances concerned and to the commission’s DELEGATED DIRECTIVE (EU) 2015/863 dated March 31, 2015, modifying appendix II of directive 2011/65/EU of the European Parliament and Council with respect to the list of substances subject to restrictions.
The Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) is a European Union regulation of December 2006, which modernizes the European law concerning chemicals and implements a unique integrated system for the registration, evaluation and authorization of chemicals substances in the European Union.
The REACH objective is the protection of human health and the environment.
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