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The FFR: How did we get to here?

The FFR: How did we get to here?

Part of the process of engaging with the present FFR review (better give a date here as it may not be clear “which one?” – 16th January 2021) has been to look back at where we came from.

The FFR started in 1980 with the requirement for a MATCH TEST.

Here is the original Statutory Instrument :

 

You can read or download it from here: SI 725 furniture safety regulations 1980.pdf

There was no requirement for filling material tests.

For the record, BS 5852 part 2 which contains the Crib 5 test was published in…..1982

Peter Wragg
Peter Wragg
pjw@fretwork.org.uk
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