- Watch the regulations. Oxenburgh, Christine // Cabinet Maker;07/30/99, Issue 5148, p8
Offers advice to furniture and furnishings retailers and manufacturers on how to evade conviction for non-compliance to fire and safety regulations.
- Cutting edge. Hollyer, Tony // Cabinet Maker;03/19/99, Issue 5130, p32
Discusses Great Britain's Provision and Use of Work Equipment 1998 (PUWER) and Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) called Safe Use of Woodworking Machinery. Aim of the ACOP to help users interpret and comply with the requirements of the PUWER Regulations; Main requirements in the ACOP; Major...
- Flammability rules set to get even tougher. // Cabinet Maker;03/16/2001, Issue 5229, p1
Reports on plans to make Great Britain's furniture flammability regulations more stringent, with changes to testing procedures.
- Imports need policing. // Cabinet Maker;12/21/2007, Issue 5569, p3
The article discusses the economic benefits of the current fire regulations for the consumers of the furniture industry in Great Britain. According to Howard Wilson, marketing director of Simmons Bedding Group, the regulations protect the market but it only works if importers apply due diligence...
- Views. Hawkridge, David // Cabinet Maker;8/4/2006, Issue 5499, p9
The article focuses on the British Furniture Confederation which is comprised of the furniture industry trade associations in Great Britain. The associations support the principles of the Furniture and Furnishings Fire Safety Regulations 1988 which have helped reduce fatalities and injuries in...
- Northumberland TSOs to step up fire testing. Lewis, Mark // Cabinet Maker;3/19/2004, Issue 5380, p3
Reports on the plan of the Northumberland Trading Standards officials to increase the frequency of flammability testing in England. Discussion of the fire safety regulations of the furniture industry; Launch of an investigation into the problem of trading standards; Services of the furniture...
- Striking a balance. Darlington, Stuart // Cabinet Maker;7/14/2006, Issue 5496, p17
The article reports about the new fire regulations for furniture industry and trade. The Regulatory Reform for fire safety will be now be effective from October 1, 2006 instead of April 1, 2006. All existing certificates of fire will be rendered null and void. Most of the property owners will...
- Upholstery FR regs moving slowly. Evans, Gary // Furniture/Today;3/15/2004, Vol. 28 Issue 28, p2
Reports on the status of the planned flammability regulations for the furniture industry in the United States. Factors affecting the timetable for the introduction of the legislation; Implication of the planned regulation on the furniture industry.
- CFMA installs 2001 board, honors four. // Furniture/Today;12/18/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 15, p24
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