Wet wipes have become an essential part of our daily lives, offering convenience and hygiene in various applications. To ensure that wet wipes meet stringent quality and safety requirements, wet wipes manufacturers must adhere to important standards.
Here are some crucial standards that wet wipes manufacturers must comply with:
ISO 9001 – Quality Management
The internationally recognised Quality Management System (QMS) standard for organisations to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
ISO 22716 – Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
A requirement for pharmaceutical and cosmetic manufacturers to ensure that their products are produced according to quality standards.
ISO 22301 – Business Continuity Management (BCM)
A standard that provides reassurance to customers and stakeholders that the organisation is able to respond effectively in the face of “worst case scenario” situations.
ISO 13485 – Quality Management System for Medical Devices
An international standard that sets out the requirements for a quality management system (QMS) in the medical device industry. It provides a framework for manufacturers to establish processes and procedures that ensure the consistent delivery of safe and effective medical devices.
100K Clean Room
Certified “Class 100,000” clean room provides a dust and particulate-free environment and prevents contamination between wet wipes manufacturing.
It is important to note that while the mentioned standards provide a general framework for wet wipes manufacturing, specific markets may have additional or region-specific standards and regulations. For example, in the European market, wet wipes manufacturers must comply with the European Union’s regulations and standards (EN standards). These requirements may encompass product safety, quality control, labeling, ingredient restrictions, and any specific regulations related to wet wipes or personal care products.