Regulations

CE Marking: Medical Devices Directive (MDD) 93/42/EEC: Requirements for Furniture
Regulations

CE Marking: Medical Devices Directive (MDD) 93/42/EEC: Requirements for Furniture

How to classify your products based on their intended usage, including Guidance on what all products must be subject to (regardless of their classification)

21st May, 2018 Regulations
What do I need to know to sell highchairs in the UK?
Information

What do I need to know to sell highchairs in the UK?

Summary of highchair testing and specification requirements taking account of the current standards and possible introduction of a European standard.

29th September, 2017 Information
BFC Proposal for updating UK Flammability Regulations - June 2017
Flammability

BFC Proposal for updating UK Flammability Regulations - June 2017

Summary of the British Furniture Confederation’s Proposed Revision of Furniture & Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations

30th June, 2017 Flammability
REACH Guide 2017 (Archived)
Sustainability

REACH Guide 2017 (Archived)

This guide is designed to give a general introduction to REACH awareness and user obligations.


26th January, 2017 Sustainability
Cable Management Systems: Understanding BS 6396
Regulations

Cable Management Systems: Understanding BS 6396

Guide to help you understand the requirements for electrical systems in office and educational furniture

22nd October, 2015 Regulations
Contract Flammability Guide: Fire Safety of Furniture and Furnishings in the Non-domestic Sectors
Flammability

Contract Flammability Guide: Fire Safety of Furniture and Furnishings in the Non-domestic Sectors

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.

26th November, 2011 Flammability
Flammability Guide: Fire Safety of Furniture and Furnishings in the Home
Flammability

Flammability Guide: Fire Safety of Furniture and Furnishings in the Home

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.

22nd October, 2011 Flammability
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