Understanding the Domestic Furniture Regulations and Working to Compliance (available on request)

Venue: Online

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Led by Steve Cotton, Section Head for Flammability and Physical Upholstery, this course will give an understanding of the domestic furniture regulations, with a strong focus on the Furniture & Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988. Failure to comply with the FFFSR can lead to prosecution, so it’s key you understand your obligations

Why attend

Although there are discussions taking place to review the FFFSR, the regulations remain in place and must be adhered to by law. This session will help you navigate the complexities of the regulations so that you’re clear on role and responsibilities to help keep consumers safe

Who should attend

Anyone who is involved with domestic furniture, such as upholstery, cushions, mattresses. The course will also help those new to compliance to understand their obligations. The curriculum will help those currently in a testing, product or compliance role who want reassurance that they’re up-to-date with the regulations and are correctly working towards compliance

Course agenda
  • Background and scope of the FFFSR
  • Testing and subsequent labelling requirements
  • Demonstrating compliance and ongoing due diligence
  • ‘A new approach to the flammability regulations’ – the latest updates and potential timeline
  • Q&A session
Key take-away

Your obligations for achieving compliance and how to demonstrate ongoing due diligence

  • Furniture Industry Research Association members: £80+VAT, non-members: £95+VAT

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