BWF focuses on chain of custody26 March 2007
This year's British Woodworking Federation (BWF) Members' Day will have a focus on chain of custody and product certification.
The event, being held at the Paramount Daventry Hotel, Northamptonshire on April 19, will see BWF president-nominate Pauline Kelly introduce the main session with a presentation on why chain of custody certification is now vital for joinery manufacturers.
The theme will be expanded with presentations on the practical issues of achieving chain of custody and linking it to other certifications.
“We are focusing on chain of custody and product certification this year because now customers throughout the supply chain are conscious of sourcing their timber from reputable companies,” said BWF chief executive Richard Lambert
Scott Marshall, BWF service development manager, will also speak in the main session about the federation's new Total Support Service.
A choice of 12 workshops on a wide variety of technical issues and business management topics will then be held, covering issues such as the new fire safety regime, employing migrant workers, supply chain partnerships and the latest Building Regulations.
For further information on Members' Day contact the BWF on 0870 458 6939.