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Fire Safety of Furniture and Furnishings In The Contract and Non-Domestic Sectors

Fire Safety of Furniture and Furnishings In The Contract and Non-Domestic Sectors

Fire Safety of Furniture and Furnishings In The Contract and Non-Domestic Sectors

Furniture Industry Research Association
Furniture Industry Research Association
on behalf of The British Institute of Interior Design

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Launch date: 15 Sep 2016

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Last updated: 13 May 2017

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Fire Safety of Furniture and Furnishings In The Contract and Non-Domestic Sectors
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Description

The contract sector, whether it be hotels, offices,schools, hospitals or care homes, is key to the UK economy,and ensuring that adequate fire prevention procedures are inplace is an essential safety requirement. Where fire safety for domestic furniture is defined by legislation, the requirements for the contract sector are, at first sight, more complex. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order requires that there are fire risk assessments in place for all buildings used for non-domestic activities. However, it is not always clear how these relate to furniture. This guide clearly shows how furniture should be considered in a risk assessment, and how this impacts on
different types of usage, together with the obligations of manufacturers, suppliers, specifiers and end-users.

Objectives

To gain an understanding of:
The regulations and standards relating to flammability of furniture and furnishings in a commercial environment
Risk assessment
The obligations of manufacturers, suppliers, specifiers and end users in relation to fire safety and FF&E
Furniture Industry Research Association

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Furniture Industry Research Association
on behalf of The British Institute of Interior Design

Established in 1949, the Furniture Industry Research Association is the UK's largest furniture association and the only organisation that provides support to the whole furniture supply train, across all sectors.

The Association is a unique, not-for-profit membership-based organisation, run by the furniture industry for the furniture industry

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