Report will be an interesting read
- Safety first with total recall. Burnley, Paul // Cabinet Maker;9/30/2005, Issue 5458, p15
Presents views and insights on the implementation of the General Product Safety Regulations 2005 initiated by the Department of Trade and Industry in Great Britain. Requirements and compliance for furniture industries; Assessment of the power of the enforcement agencies; Thoughts on the impact...
- Fire safety review still smouldering. // Cabinet Maker;4/12/2002, Issue 5282, p1
Reveals the plans of the Dept. of Trade and Industry to review the flammability regulations in the furniture industry in Great Britain. Aim of the agency to enhance consumer safety; Conference of several agencies with trade associations; Failure of the department to produce proposals.
- No news is bad news. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;4/12/2002, Issue 5282, p1
Comments on issues concerning the plans of the Dept. of Trade and Industry to review the Furniture and Furnishings Regulations in Great Britain. Conference of the agency with trade associations; Reasons for the delays in revising the regulations; Problems in which the proposed review would address.
- First time DTI funding for Polish show. // Cabinet Maker;12/12/97, Issue 5068, p35
Reports on the decision of the Great Britain Department of Trade and Industry to sponsor British participants to the Meble/Drema furniture show in Poland scheduled for May 4-8, 1998.
- Retail chief joins energy council. Buxton, Philip // Marketing Week;10/14/1999, Vol. 22 Issue 37, p9
Reports on the selection of Anne Robinson as the first chairman of the British Trade and Industry Department's Energy Consumers Council. Formation of the council by combining the separate gas and electricity consumer councils; Robinson's work as a campaigner on behalf of consumers.
- DTI offers openability advice to designers. Hunter, Joanne // Packaging Magazine;2/6/2003, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p3
Cites the guidance published by Great Britain's Department of Trade and Industry for packaging designers regarding peel-back and tear-type openings. Requirement in the size of peel-back packaging; Consideration of consumer convenience and issue of openability.
- DTI loses out in Queen's Speech. Ryan, Craig // Public Finance;10/06/2000, p16
Reports that the British Department of Trade and Industry has failed to win space for three key bills in what is expected to be the last session of Parliament before the 2000 elections. Consumer protection; Arms export controls; Regulation of the arms industry.
- Changes in the Price Code. // Accountancy;May75, Vol. 86 Issue 981, p13
Reports that companies and organizations have to make representations to the British Department of Trade & Industry on draft changes to the Price Code in 1975. Background on the special investment relief enabling companies to raise prices under certain conditions; Increase in the allowed...
- DTI pulls plug. // Cabinet Maker;4/19/2002, Issue 5283, p3
Reports the decision of the Great Britain Department of Trade and Industry to close Craftsman Kitchens and Craftsman Kitchen in Great Britain. Complaints of customers about incomplete kitchens; Question on the misleading advertisements of the company.