We prioritise the environment highly at NS System and ensuring that our products do not contain any harmful substances is a fast focus area. This applies both to our own products and to those products which we sell from other suppliers, including those from James & Nicholson, Myrtle Beach, FARE and Halfar. We are constantly working on developing and improving our products. When we choose our raw materials, it is always with attention to the environment, though without compromising on quality. We have a responsibility to show consideration for the environment, to ensure our dealers always get the best products possible, and to guarantee a healthy working environment for our employees.

For us, it's about manufacturing our products in an environmentally friendly way. We must lower our use of resources and safeguard our employees against chemicals hazardous to them and the environment during their working day.


It is a requirement that our raw materials suppliers comply with the EU's chemical regulation REACH. REACH ensures that the raw materials we use do not contain harmful substances. This is important for both the environment and for our dealers, but also for our employees. All the products we offer must comply with REACH. Therefore all our suppliers must be able to document their compliance.

REACH is the EU’s regulation on chemicals, and stands for Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals. The purpose of the regulation is to protect the health of people and the environment.


Many of our products are Oeko-Tex certified, as is a good amount of the clothing from James & Nicholson. Our Flock transfer has the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Class 1 certificate. This means that it has been tested according to the strictest requirements. It is your guarantee that the product has been tested for use with babies and small children.

Oeko-Tex is a health label for fabrics and is one of the world's leaders in this field. Products that are Oeko-Tex certified can be identified by the label 'Confidence in textiles'. This label shows consumers that the product has been tested and approved according to the Oeko-Tex organisation's international requirements. These concern the product's content of chemical substances that could be suspected of being harmful to the body.


Our textiles suppliers James & Nicholson, Myrtle Beach, FARE and Halfar are all members of BSCI and all work according to the BSCI Code of Conduct. BSCI stands for Business Social Compliant Initiative and comprises a number of principles and values intended to improve working conditions in the global supply chain. BSCI is about social responsibility, about ensuring that products are manufactured under correct and reasonable conditions.