Accreditations And Memberships

Made In The United Kingdom

All of our products are manufactured to exacting industry standards at our purpose built facility in the heart of  The National Forest, on the Derbyshire/Leicestershire border. This gives us complete control over quality and effectiveness, providing our customers with products of the highest calibre.

International Standard EN ISO 9001

An internationally recognised standard for the quality management of businesses. It demonstrates that Reabrook has an effective quality management system in place and that we are committed to quality, customers and a willingness to work towards continuously improving efficiency.

Internation Standard EN ISO 14001

This is to certify that the environmental management system of Nielsen Chemicals has been assessed and registered by Intertek as conforming to the requirements of ISO 14001:2004
The environmental management system is applicable to the management of the environmental aspects related to: The product development, manufacture and supply of automotive, household, industrial, janitorial and personal care products in aerosol and liquid form

Bama – British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association

Nielsen chemicals is an accredited member of BAMA, which represents the aerosol supply chain, from suppliers of components and ingredients to fillers and marketers. The association offers a range of business support and advice services to members and represents the views of the industry to legislators and regulators.

Sedex Information

Nielsen Chemicals is a registered member of SEDEX; a ‘not for profit’ global membership organisation that is dedicated to driving improvements in ethical and responsible business practices. We are dedicated to ensuring that our working environment, health and safety guidelines and business practices are of the highest standard. We pride ourselves on supplying an efficient and transparent service to all of our customers and being a member of SEDEX demonstrates a commitment to continuous improvement.

BRC Global Standard For Consumer Products

The British Retail Consortium Global Standards are a leading global product safety and quality certification program used by certificated suppliers in over 100 countries.  The certificate is awarded to reassure retailers and customers of the competence of the supplier.  This accreditation demonstrates our commitment to maintaining high standards in quality, safety and legal aspects.  The BRC logo is a trademark belonging to the British Retail Consortium, which is used under licence.

OHSAS 18001:2008

An internationally recognised standard that provides a framework for managing occupational health and safety responsibilities so they become more efficient and more integrated into overall business operations with improved OHS performance and compliance with legislation. This certification ensures a holistic approach to the identification and management of health and safety risks and therefore the potential for a healthier and safer working environment and the avoidance of accidents and occupational health problems to reduce the time lost through employee illness and injury.

GMP – Good Manufacturing Practice

Certification to ISO 22716 provides compliance to all of the recommendations of the Cosmetics GMP Guidelines through its approach to documentation and regulation of the production, control, storage and shipment of product. It aims to enhance the safety of consumer cosmetic products through the definition of manufacturing good practice across all elements of the supply chain leading to the production of cosmetics to the correct specification.

Supporting The National Forest

  • Supports Forest creation and management to provide a resilient environment
  • Encourages activities and facilities to promote Forest-related businesses, recreation and tourism
  • Engages communities in the Forest to improve wellbeing and quality of life

The National Forest Company leads through working partnerships with landowners, businesses, public, private and voluntary organisations and local communities to fulfil the shared vision for the Forest. It promotes the widest possible participation in and enjoyment of the Forest.