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London Fire Brigade
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
Midlands Building Products Ltd
DDS (International) Ltd
Noberne Seals Ltd
PDS The UK Door and Window Company
European Doorsets
East Boro Housing Trust
Freeway Tools and Fixings
Sheena McInnes Health & Safety Advisor
Total Fire Safety
Swift Industrial Supplies Ltd
Intumescent Fire Seals Association
Sonicco
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service
Development & Training Centre, Bury
Totaldoors Uk Ltd
SCHOTT UK
Avesta Scotland Limited
Vetrotech
Allegion UK
Pilkington UK Ltd
Paradigm Housing Group
Fire & Acoustic Seals Ltd
John Watson
Vigiles Group
Towergate Insurance
HBSC
Blue Square Safety Ltd
Hurst Plastics
Dayfor Doors UK
West Midlands Fire Service
GAI

The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) has served the interests of its members since 1961. It is the UK’s only trade body solely dedicated to promoting the interests of the whole architectural ironmongery industry, Architectural Ironmongers themselves, and the manufacturers and wholesalers of architectural ironmongery products.

It also reaches out to overseas clients through the acclaimed GAI education programme, and through the activities of the Institute of Architectural Ironmongers (IAI). Members are provided with qualifications, CPD, technical advice and support, publications and networking opportunities.

Visit the GAI website

Children's Burns Trust
White Rose Fire Safety
Bennett Associates Fire Safety Consultants
Architectural and Specialist Door Manufacturers Association
NG Bailey
Leading Lives
Dovetail Enterprises Ltd
Scottish Safety Supplies
International Fire Consultants Group
Drax Technology
Cornwall Residential Landlords Association
Timbmet
BJ Waller Limited
Hallmark Care Homes
Radian
Graham Holmes Astraseal Ltd
Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service
Allgood
Lorient Polyproducts Ltd
Glass & Glazing Federation
Snows Timber Ltd
Fire Doors Scotland
Just Fire Doors
Fire Glass UK
Abloy UK
DoorCheck Ltd
Gerda
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service
Calder Conferences & World of Travel
BWF

The BWF is the trade association and business support organisation for the woodworking and joinery manufacturing industry in the UK.

It has more than 700 members drawn from manufacturers, distributors and installers of timber doors, windows, conservatories, staircases, all forms of architectural joinery including shopfitting, cladding and engineered timber components, as well as suppliers to the industry. These businesses range from family firms to large corporations.

The BWF offers advice, support and wood industry information to all members as well as guidance for customers who use, or specify, joinery products and services.

Visit the BWF website

fire door inspection scheme

The Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) is the first such scheme in Europe, designed to transform people’s knowledge and understanding about the critical purpose and function of fire doors.

Its ultimate purpose is to help improve safety and save lives through creating a new pool of expertise and competence to help those with legal responsibilities under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. It provides a vital new resource to help the ‘Responsible Person’ complete fire risk assessments for the premises they manage. It also raises awareness of defective fire doors and the potentially tragic consequences of leaving these unchecked.

The FDIS is delivered by the BWF-CERTIFIRE Scheme and the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI), the two leading authorities on fire doors and their components.

It provides an online learning centre leading to a Diploma in Fire Doors, and a route to become a Certificated Fire Door Inspector. Professionals involved in fire doors, facilities management, building maintenance and other aspects of health and safety will all benefit from the scheme’s education and qualifications support, and will have their competence independently verified.

Visit the FDIS website

Chief Fire Officers Association
LTM Fire Safety Consultants Ltd
Royal Mail
Millwood servicing Ltd
IBB Builder
BES Services Ltd
PDP Services Ltd
Radian
The Fire Protection Association
Paradigm Housing Group
Norseal
KLE Sign Solutions Ltd
Pyroplex Limited
Empty Homes Doctor
Liverpool Housing Trust
LABC
Hurst Plastics
HB Safety Consultancy Ltd
Vulcan Fire Training Co. Ltd
Arnold Laver
Dixon International Group Limited
HOPPE UK
Winkhaus UK Ltd
Mann McGowan Group
British Safety Industry Federation
Connect Safety Services Ltd
Federation of Private Residents Associations
BAFE
MAGG Group Ltd
TMJ Contractors Ltd
Fire and Safety Team Ltd
RELM Consultants Ltd
ASFP
Fire Door Safety Shop
BWF

The BWF operates a number of schemes that promote best practice and, where possible, third-party accreditation and certification. The largest of these is the BWF-CERTIFIRE Fire Door and Doorset Scheme, through which about 2 million fire doors are tested and certified in the UK each year, approximately 70% of the market.

The BWF-CERTIFIRE Scheme was established by a group of prime fire door manufacturers to increase the standard of timber fire doors in the UK. Its membership consists of fire door manufacturers including manufacturers of ironmongery, intumescent seals, glazing systems, merchants and installers, all promoting the specification of third-party certificated products.

Visit the BWF-CERTIFIRE website

Fire Kills is the UK Government’s fire communications campaign. It brings together messages about fire safety under one recognisable banner, uniting local activity and national interventions.

Visit the Fire Kills website

London Fire Brigade
Chief Fire Officers Association
Midlands Building Products Ltd
Millwood servicing Ltd
White Rose Fire Safety
Noberne Seals Ltd
BES Services Ltd
Bennett Associates Fire Safety Consultants
European Doorsets
Radian
NG Bailey
Freeway Tools and Fixings
Paradigm Housing Group
Dovetail Enterprises Ltd
Total Fire Safety
KLE Sign Solutions Ltd
International Fire Consultants Group
Intumescent Fire Seals Association
Empty Homes Doctor
Cornwall Residential Landlords Association
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service
LABC
BJ Waller Limited
Development & Training Centre, Bury
HB Safety Consultancy Ltd
Radian
SCHOTT UK
Dixon International Group Limited
Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service
Vetrotech
Winkhaus UK Ltd
Lorient Polyproducts Ltd
Pilkington UK Ltd
British Safety Industry Federation
Snows Timber Ltd
Fire & Acoustic Seals Ltd
Federation of Private Residents Associations
Just Fire Doors
Vigiles Group
MAGG Group Ltd
Abloy UK
HBSC
Fire and Safety Team Ltd
Gerda
Hurst Plastics
ASFP
Calder Conferences & World of Travel
West Midlands Fire Service
BWF

The BWF operates a number of schemes that promote best practice and, where possible, third-party accreditation and certification. The largest of these is the BWF-CERTIFIRE Fire Door and Doorset Scheme, through which about 2 million fire doors are tested and certified in the UK each year, approximately 70% of the market.

The BWF-CERTIFIRE Scheme was established by a group of prime fire door manufacturers to increase the standard of timber fire doors in the UK. Its membership consists of fire door manufacturers including manufacturers of ironmongery, intumescent seals, glazing systems, merchants and installers, all promoting the specification of third-party certificated products.

Visit the BWF-CERTIFIRE website

fire door inspection scheme

The Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) is the first such scheme in Europe, designed to transform people’s knowledge and understanding about the critical purpose and function of fire doors.

Its ultimate purpose is to help improve safety and save lives through creating a new pool of expertise and competence to help those with legal responsibilities under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. It provides a vital new resource to help the ‘Responsible Person’ complete fire risk assessments for the premises they manage. It also raises awareness of defective fire doors and the potentially tragic consequences of leaving these unchecked.

The FDIS is delivered by the BWF-CERTIFIRE Scheme and the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI), the two leading authorities on fire doors and their components.

It provides an online learning centre leading to a Diploma in Fire Doors, and a route to become a Certificated Fire Door Inspector. Professionals involved in fire doors, facilities management, building maintenance and other aspects of health and safety will all benefit from the scheme’s education and qualifications support, and will have their competence independently verified.

Visit the FDIS website

Children's Burns Trust
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
LTM Fire Safety Consultants Ltd
Royal Mail
DDS (International) Ltd
IBB Builder
PDS The UK Door and Window Company
PDP Services Ltd
Architectural and Specialist Door Manufacturers Association
East Boro Housing Trust
The Fire Protection Association
Leading Lives
Sheena McInnes Health & Safety Advisor
Norseal
Scottish Safety Supplies
Swift Industrial Supplies Ltd
Pyroplex Limited
Drax Technology
Sonicco
Liverpool Housing Trust
Timbmet
Hurst Plastics
Hallmark Care Homes
Totaldoors Uk Ltd
Vulcan Fire Training Co. Ltd
Arnold Laver
Graham Holmes Astraseal Ltd
Avesta Scotland Limited
HOPPE UK
Allgood
Allegion UK
Mann McGowan Group
Glass & Glazing Federation
Paradigm Housing Group
Connect Safety Services Ltd
Fire Doors Scotland
John Watson
BAFE
Fire Glass UK
Towergate Insurance
TMJ Contractors Ltd
DoorCheck Ltd
Blue Square Safety Ltd
RELM Consultants Ltd
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service
Dayfor Doors UK
Fire Door Safety Shop
BWF

The BWF is the trade association and business support organisation for the woodworking and joinery manufacturing industry in the UK.

It has more than 700 members drawn from manufacturers, distributors and installers of timber doors, windows, conservatories, staircases, all forms of architectural joinery including shopfitting, cladding and engineered timber components, as well as suppliers to the industry. These businesses range from family firms to large corporations.

The BWF offers advice, support and wood industry information to all members as well as guidance for customers who use, or specify, joinery products and services.

Visit the BWF website

GAI

The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) has served the interests of its members since 1961. It is the UK’s only trade body solely dedicated to promoting the interests of the whole architectural ironmongery industry, Architectural Ironmongers themselves, and the manufacturers and wholesalers of architectural ironmongery products.

It also reaches out to overseas clients through the acclaimed GAI education programme, and through the activities of the Institute of Architectural Ironmongers (IAI). Members are provided with qualifications, CPD, technical advice and support, publications and networking opportunities.

Visit the GAI website

Fire Kills is the UK Government’s fire communications campaign. It brings together messages about fire safety under one recognisable banner, uniting local activity and national interventions.

Visit the Fire Kills website

London Fire Brigade
Children's Burns Trust
Chief Fire Officers Association
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
LTM Fire Safety Consultants Ltd
Royal Mail
Midlands Building Products Ltd
Millwood servicing Ltd
DDS (International) Ltd
White Rose Fire Safety
IBB Builder
Noberne Seals Ltd
BES Services Ltd
PDS The UK Door and Window Company
Bennett Associates Fire Safety Consultants
PDP Services Ltd
European Doorsets
Architectural and Specialist Door Manufacturers Association
Radian
East Boro Housing Trust
NG Bailey
The Fire Protection Association
Freeway Tools and Fixings
Leading Lives
Paradigm Housing Group
Sheena McInnes Health & Safety Advisor
Dovetail Enterprises Ltd
Norseal
Total Fire Safety
Scottish Safety Supplies
KLE Sign Solutions Ltd
Swift Industrial Supplies Ltd
International Fire Consultants Group
Pyroplex Limited
Intumescent Fire Seals Association
Drax Technology
Empty Homes Doctor
Sonicco
Cornwall Residential Landlords Association
Liverpool Housing Trust
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service
Timbmet
LABC
BJ Waller Limited
Hurst Plastics
Development & Training Centre, Bury
Hallmark Care Homes
HB Safety Consultancy Ltd
Totaldoors Uk Ltd
Radian
Vulcan Fire Training Co. Ltd
Arnold Laver
SCHOTT UK
Graham Holmes Astraseal Ltd
Dixon International Group Limited
Avesta Scotland Limited
Cumbria Fire and Rescue Service
HOPPE UK
Vetrotech
Allgood
Winkhaus UK Ltd
Allegion UK
Lorient Polyproducts Ltd
Mann McGowan Group
Pilkington UK Ltd
Glass & Glazing Federation
British Safety Industry Federation
Paradigm Housing Group
Snows Timber Ltd
Connect Safety Services Ltd
Fire & Acoustic Seals Ltd
Fire Doors Scotland
Federation of Private Residents Associations
John Watson
Just Fire Doors
BAFE
Vigiles Group
Fire Glass UK
MAGG Group Ltd
Towergate Insurance
Abloy UK
TMJ Contractors Ltd
HBSC
DoorCheck Ltd
Fire and Safety Team Ltd
Blue Square Safety Ltd
Gerda
RELM Consultants Ltd
Hurst Plastics
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service
ASFP
Dayfor Doors UK
Calder Conferences & World of Travel
Fire Door Safety Shop
West Midlands Fire Service
BWF

The BWF is the trade association and business support organisation for the woodworking and joinery manufacturing industry in the UK.

It has more than 700 members drawn from manufacturers, distributors and installers of timber doors, windows, conservatories, staircases, all forms of architectural joinery including shopfitting, cladding and engineered timber components, as well as suppliers to the industry. These businesses range from family firms to large corporations.

The BWF offers advice, support and wood industry information to all members as well as guidance for customers who use, or specify, joinery products and services.

Visit the BWF website

BWF

The BWF operates a number of schemes that promote best practice and, where possible, third-party accreditation and certification. The largest of these is the BWF-CERTIFIRE Fire Door and Doorset Scheme, through which about 2 million fire doors are tested and certified in the UK each year, approximately 70% of the market.

The BWF-CERTIFIRE Scheme was established by a group of prime fire door manufacturers to increase the standard of timber fire doors in the UK. Its membership consists of fire door manufacturers including manufacturers of ironmongery, intumescent seals, glazing systems, merchants and installers, all promoting the specification of third-party certificated products.

Visit the BWF-CERTIFIRE website

GAI

The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) has served the interests of its members since 1961. It is the UK’s only trade body solely dedicated to promoting the interests of the whole architectural ironmongery industry, Architectural Ironmongers themselves, and the manufacturers and wholesalers of architectural ironmongery products.

It also reaches out to overseas clients through the acclaimed GAI education programme, and through the activities of the Institute of Architectural Ironmongers (IAI). Members are provided with qualifications, CPD, technical advice and support, publications and networking opportunities.

Visit the GAI website

fire door inspection scheme

The Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) is the first such scheme in Europe, designed to transform people’s knowledge and understanding about the critical purpose and function of fire doors.

Its ultimate purpose is to help improve safety and save lives through creating a new pool of expertise and competence to help those with legal responsibilities under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order. It provides a vital new resource to help the ‘Responsible Person’ complete fire risk assessments for the premises they manage. It also raises awareness of defective fire doors and the potentially tragic consequences of leaving these unchecked.

The FDIS is delivered by the BWF-CERTIFIRE Scheme and the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI), the two leading authorities on fire doors and their components.

It provides an online learning centre leading to a Diploma in Fire Doors, and a route to become a Certificated Fire Door Inspector. Professionals involved in fire doors, facilities management, building maintenance and other aspects of health and safety will all benefit from the scheme’s education and qualifications support, and will have their competence independently verified.

Visit the FDIS website

Fire Kills is the UK Government’s fire communications campaign. It brings together messages about fire safety under one recognisable banner, uniting local activity and national interventions.

Visit the Fire Kills website

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