Articles tagged ‘Testing’
BFC Proposal for updating UK Flammability Regulations - June 2017
Summary of the British Furniture Confederation’s Proposed Revision of Furniture & Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations
Introduction to the Domestic Flammability Regulations training
Recorded training to help you understand the fire safety regulations for household furniture
Fire safety of furniture and furnishings in the contract and non-domestic sectors - a guide to the UK requirements
The fire safety of upholstered furniture supplied into the non-domestic market is more complex. It is heavily influenced by the end use of the premises in which the furniture is intended to be used.
Fire safety of furniture and furnishings in the home - A Guide to the UK Regulations
Any filling material, whether foam or non-foam, intended for use in furniture, must meet specified ignition tests. This means any material included for the purpose of filling or stuffing the upholstered parts of the furniture.
Furniture Retail Quality Group best practice guide - flammability testing
Advice for upholstery component manufacturers and suppliers to help identify the requirements for different upholstery components
A guide for manufacturers seeking to claim compliance with BS 7176
Specification for resistance to ignition of upholstered furniture for non-domestic seating
Introduction to fire safety of furniture and furnishings in the contract sector training
Recorded training providing a high level overview of the contract flammability regulations
Furniture Retail Quality Group - Industry Standard Children’s Domestic Furniture - General safety requirements
FIRA Standard created due to the absence of any British or European Standards applicable to children’s domestic and camping furniture.