Quality Assurance

Quality Control Measures in Production Cycle

Apex international A series of quality control measures, tests, random and sudden inspection and implementation of our quality assurance policies give us confidence to supply top-notch quality products and provide assurance of high quality, competitive pricing and on time delivery of goods to all our customers who enjoy the growth of their business with the products that we supply to them. There is great deal of detail in each process which is being not mentioned in order to keep it simple and precise.

Material Selection

One of very important aspect of quality control is our strict criteria of material selection for all our products. Every material has to go through initial inspection by our quality control department each time before the purchase. Profile of all types of material is maintained by purchase department which always in search of best and new materials for the products. A library of approved samples is also maintained for quick and effective reference.


The production lineman and quality control inspections keep strict eye on stitching. The fit, strength, size, material placement and other characteristics of gloves are checked and controlled with the help of tech packs.

Final Inspection

In production operations, strict inspection and quality control measures are taken to maintain quality and regularity in production and the product. Each and every step is controlled, checked, evaluated and reported to the concerned authorities. A strict final inspection is carried out before the packing in order to maintain the compliance of internal quality control criteria and customer requirements.


Properly marked cartons, boxes and other packaging of right size and material is used to reach final destination without loss of or damage to the goods. The right way of placing and correct quantities of goods are checked, counted and recorded systematically and reported by quality control department.

Quality Assurance

Quality assurance of gloves and garments produced increasingly challenges human perception. To meet this, need a fully computerized laboratory system has been set up to check and counter check all necessary quality parameters.
  1. To produce best quality product backed by consistent top-quality services to satisfy the customer requirement.
  2. To emphasis on Human Resource Development through Training, Motivation and providing favorable working environment.
  3. To establish, implement, and maintain an effective Quality Management System, which complies with the international.



Personal protective equipment is described as an item of equipment or a resource that is designed to be worn or held by a person, as a protection against one or more hazards, which can be a threat to the health or safety of that person. For professional use, the employer usually provides PPE devices, and their use is obligatory. In the case of non-professional use, it is the customer who decided himself. In this instance, advice and the packaging play an important role in properly informing the customer. For the do-it yourself handyman, too, an appropriate protection is of great importance. More and more clarification is given about wearing appropriate protective devices, while using mechanical and electrical tools. Furthermore, work with chemical substances, paints, lacquers and lubricants can sometimes also pose substantial hazards.

EU Standards for gloves

CE Category information

The personal protective Equipment Directives (89/686/CEE) and (93/68/CEE) have been enacted by the European Community to ensure harmonization of regulations regarding testing of all PPE sold within the community. All gloves of intermediate and complex design must now be tested independently to ascertain their performance and ensure their safety. They must, if they meet these standards, carry a CE Mark on the gloves or their packaging when it is not practical.

CE Category I.

Simple Design- for minimal risks only. Suitable only for low-risk applications where hazards can be identified by the wearer in time to deal with them.

CE Category II.

Intermediate Design- reversible risks. Products are type examined by an approved body where they examine the manufacturer’s technical specifications and conduct tests for the relevant standards to ascertain their conformity and/or performance.

CE Category III.

Potentially fatal risks, for example in activities where toxic or highly corrosive chemicals are handled. The glove must meet the standards set out for this category. Its compliance is not only certified but also checked by a notified body, the reference number of which is located below the CE logo

Mechanical Hazard
Heat & Fire Hazard
Chemical Hazard
Chemical Hazard
Hand-Held Chainsaw
General Compliance
Cold Hazard
Heat & Hazards for
Fire Fighters

© Copyright Apex International Pakistan 2024

Site developed by    Code Podium