Certification and market assurance

The photoluminescent properties and performance values are printed on all Everlux signs as per ISO and DIN Standards requirements. This provides the correct information and a guarantee of high quality helping specifiers and consumers to make the right decisions about the signs to be used.


The quality of Everlux safety signs is ensured by maintaining a continuous quality control system.


Everlux photoluminescent products have the Lloyd’s Register Type Approval and are certified by DNV according to the requirements of the Marine Equipment Directive (MED) and the UK Conformity Assessment Scheme (UKCA).

The Wheelmark and the Red Ensign mark are printed in all Everlux 1.2mm thick photoluminescent rigid plastic and photoluminescent self-adhesive vinyl Low-location lighting (LLL) components and Escape Route and Fire-fighting Equipment Signs (which are within the scope of the MED and UKCA certifications).



Service Quality

The production and service quality is certified by Bureau Veritas Certification in accordance with the reference standard ISO 9001 and demonstrates the company's commitment to the market in general, and in particular to its customers through continuous evaluation of performance and efficiency of work processes, improving them continuously.


Company certifications:
ISO 9001: Certifies our organisation’s quality management system (QMS)

ISO 45001: Certifies our organisation’s occupational health and safety management

ISO 14001: Certifies our organisation’s environmental management system (EMS)


Everlux recognizes the environmental performance of their activities as fundamental to the sustainable development of its activity and is therefore certified by Bureau Veritas Certification in accordance with the reference standard ISO 14001.


Everlux recognizes health and safety as an important factor for sustainable development of the business, as evidenced by the certification according to the reference standard ISO 45001, by Bureau Veritas Certification.


Therefore, the activities are conducted in compliance with applicable laws and regulations of health and safety at work, through the adoption of integrated management practices, which include risk assessment and definition of adequate operational controls, whose goal is to ensure suitable working environments and insurance.