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Code of Good Practice

The FRETWORK Code of Good Practice

(FCOGP)

This FRETWORK Code of Good Practice was written by members of the textile processing community to set out the best way to produce textiles that comply with the Regulatory requirements.

The complete scheme covers not only the processes and controls applied by each member of the scheme and the prime issue of producing textiles that perform but also areas where there are are standards that must be met covering critical issues such as chemical choice and waste handling.

THE PRINCIPLES OF THE FRETWORK CODE OF GOOD PRACTICE

We have 11 points in our “What is good practice” guide.

THE BASICS OF THE FRETWORK CODE OF GOOD PRACTICE

The FCoGP represents a commitment to demonstrating process control over the production of textiles to meet the requirements of the FFR.

FRETWORK CODE OF GOOD PRACTICE AND CHEMICAL SELECTION

Textile Processors that manufacture flame retardant textiles play a key role in the supply chain when the choice and use of chemicals and systems are considered.