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FORUM

FORUM

We are holding a FORUM on 27th November 2019.

Details can be found in our FORUM FLYER by clicking on the link below, including updated Agenda plan and Travel info.

Email FRETWORK on info@fretwork.org.uk and we will send you the full details.

 

This will be an important meeting where we will set out what we have done to make an agreement with Nottinghamshire and what we plan to achieve through this relationship.

 

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM

FRETWORK – THE FLAME RETARDANT TEXTILES

NETWORK LTD.

 

Fretwork comprises organisations that apply flame retardant treatments to textiles and those who provide the chemical formulations for those treatments. These businesses play a vital role in ensuring furniture manufactured in the UK meets the stringent flammability requirements. 

 

FRETWORK is pleased to announce the formation of a Primary Authority partnership with Nottinghamshire County Council (NCC) Trading Standards. Fretwork members enrolled in the scheme can now benefit from formally assured advice from Nottinghamshire.

 

A Group of Fretwork members has developed a Code of Good Practice (FCOGP) with input from Nottinghamshire Trading Standards.  Nottinghamshire is also developing an audit programme to ensure Fretwork members comply with the Code’s requirements.

 

This makes it possible to demonstrate traceability through the supply chain to the stage at which those fabrics are made into furniture.

 

FRETWORK began work on this venture in 2014 but all involved recognise it is only a beginning with the scope to do more.

 

Anyone seeking more details about this announcement should contact FRETWORK at info@fretwork.org.uk

FORUM FLYER 2019

FORUM TRAVEL 2019

Peter Wragg
Peter Wragg
pjw@fretwork.org.uk
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