Mock bedding plant inspections check FR compliance

Perry, Mock
September 2007
Furniture/Today;9/17/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p91
Trade Publication
The article presents information on FR/PRO Audit Program, which has been created by Lilly Management Group (LMG) in response to requests from U.S. bedding producers for mock Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) plant inspections and reviews of their flame-retardant compliance programs. According to Bob Sabalaskey, LMG's vice president of manufacturing, the program will help mattress producers understand and meet the new federal flammability standard efficiently and cost effectively.


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