To understand and accept the Good Practice as defined by this Code being important to the production of legally compliant products for the consumer.
Our Business Model is based upon maintaining the unique identity of each roll of textile we process so our customers receive back, after processing, the same fabric they sent. Demonstrating this as traceability is Good Practice.
Our business Model is based upon determining successful treatments that will provide legally compliant goods from manufacture both for first time processing and repeat business. Demonstrating this as Process Control is Good Practice.
Changes to the fibre content of any textile may have severe consequences for achieving legally compliant processing. It is Good Practice to ensure that Customers are aware of the potential risks involved and their responsibilities in ensuring, if changes do occur, that the Processor will be informed before processing takes place.
To operate a system of process control and testing to ensure all goods are assessed and confirmed as meeting defined and auditable approval criteria both during process and before being despatched. Demonstrating this as Process Control is Good Practice.
The processes and systems employed should be identified and created in written form. Demonstrating this as a PROCESS MANUAL is Good Practice. It also forms an essential guidance for both operatives and the Auditor.
Demonstrating every measurement available in the maintenance of legally compliant production is Good Practice.
Ensuring that data recording includes establishing the link between Textiles passing through process, the finishes applied and their usage in terms of batch and the quantity consumed is an important part of process control.
To demonstrate knowledge and understanding of all aspects of testing and performance requirements in the context of applicable legislation and standards is Good Practice.
To ensure that a commitment to achieving Process Control is robust, transparent and available for Audit is Good Practice.
To recognise that controls must be in place to ensure consistency of production is Good Practice. All levels of testing must be capable, through Traceability Control, of being related to Process Control Measurements.
To understand and operate fully and properly within the legal requirements demanded of any company that uses and applies chemicals as part of their operations is part of Good Practice.