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FRETWORK NEWS and The Newsletter

Here are the stills from the burn and you may judge which is which after you have watched the videos: One aspect of promoting PROCESS CONTROL in the the FRETWORK Code of Good Practice is the contentious issue of treating finished upholstery to provide soiling or stain...

NEWSLETTER No. 40 – 2nd May 2018   Amongst the topics in this issue: FIRA Meeting.                                                               PAS 7100. FFR review update.                                                      FIRA Compliance Scheme. The role of Trading Standards Organisations        Consumer Safety Co-ordinated Primary Authority Scheme               FRETWORK Code Of Good Practice FRETWORK initiative on CTR   There is one single issue that...

FRETWORK Newsletter No. 37 The BBC is to screen an item in Newsnight any time soon on the subject of the FFR. We have been given sight of the questions the BBC has posed and offer the following notes that may help understanding of what is being...

FRETWORK Newsletter No. 36, 3rd December 2017 In this edition: Antimony Trioxide under increased threat? The Web Site. The FFR review situation. The next FRETWORK Forum The anecdotes. Antimony Trioxide under increased threat? FRETWORK was very kindly invited to be involved in the 2017 Antimony day on 29th November. It is not easy to...

NEWSLETTER No. 35 – 11th October 2017 We now have some detail to back up the remarkable photos in FRETWORK Newsletter No. 34. The fabric in question was from Warwick Fabrics UK Ltd and 8 rolls of peony were amongst the delivery to the coater on 22nd...

We received this yesterday: Not very remarkable but lets take a closer look: The damage to the seat cushion was caused (apparently) by a self igniting smart phone. The cushion has been returned for a replacement to be made. Another quiet day at the office then? But if you...

NEWSLETTER No. 31 – 3rd May 2017 In this issue: One Man’s sofa is another man’s poison? The FFR Review The FRETWORK Code of Good Practice DecaBDE update One Man’s sofa is another man’s poison? Many people involved in the upholstery supply chain were deeply upset and perplexed by the newspaper coverage...