Posted 07.09.2017

BWF Code of Conduct

BRITISH WOODWORKING FEDERATION

PRESS RELEASE

Issue Date: 07/09/2017

Church & Gooderham Ltd – CRACKS THE BWF CODE

Church & Gooderham Ltd has achieved the British Woodworking Federation’s (BWF)

Code of Conduct. The Code, which is the benchmark for best practice in the woodworking industry, provides BWF members with a framework against which they are able to assess their business and identify those areas, from health and safety to human resources, which need to be improved. Achieving it is a clear sign to customers that Church & Gooderham Ltd is committed to best practice in every area of its operations, including, of course, customer care.

The BWF’s Code of Conduct is increasingly being recognised as the mark of an organisation committed to the highest quality standards. Meeting the principles set out in the Code gives members that competitive edge, providing consumers, architects and contractors with a quality guarantee when they use a BWF member company for their joinery needs. And because all BWF members are required to achieve the standards set out in the Code, the Federation offers guidance and specialist advice to all noncompliant members towards achieving its rigorous requirements.

Says Mr Church & Mr Stuart Gooderham of Church & Gooderham Ltd: “This is a great achievement for us and we will wear this badge of quality with pride. In an increasingly competitive business environment, it represents our commitment to quality — a commitment which can make a crucial difference in winning business.”

For further information on Church & Gooderham contact 01728 685500 or contact us . For more information about the BWF’s Code of Conduct call 0870 458 6939 or visit the website at www.bwf.org.uk

 

BWF: The British Woodworking Federation is the leading representative body for the woodworking and joinery manufacturing industry in the IJK. The BWF currently has over 500 members drawn from manufacturers, distributors and installers of timber doors, windows, conservatories, staircases, all forms of architectural joinery including shopfitting, timber frame buildings and engineered timber components, as well as suppliers to the industry. The total turnover of the BWF’s membership in 2006 was approximately 2560 million.