We produce a wide range of publications to support members and the joinery industry. You’ll find a wealth of information, including the BWF Employee Handbook, Machine Safety Cards, Model Company Policies, Contractual and Employment Guidance, and Technical Advice. Here in our General Business Support publications you can find the BWF Guide To Running A Joinery Business.
Most publications can be downloaded free as part of your membership subscription fee; further copies can be ordered direct from us. Members also receive a discount on the publications that are available for purchase.
NEW FOR OCTOBER 2015 – Your responsibilities at the time you sell goods and/or services
A brief overview of the benefits and services available to members.
NEW FOR OCTOBER 2015 – A sample set of terms and conditions that most businesses would wish to contain in their standard terms and conditions. Containing lots of different options, the document is not suitable to be used as it stands and should adapted according to the needs of the company.
Model complaints procedure to assist members’ in complying with the BWF Code of Conduct requires all members to act fairly and equitably in dealing with their customers.
If you’re a supplier, this briefing tells you what to expect if your customer wants to give you self-billed invoices.’
Contracts for the supply of goods often involve a number of different parties. Deciding who owns various goods and materials at a particular point in time can be a surprisingly difficult task. People tend to assume that ownership (or title) in goods will not pass to a purchaser until the goods have been paid for. However, this is not the case and title will often pass at a much earlier stage. This guide covers the basics.
A brief guide to the do’s and don’ts when entering into contractual arrangements with another party.
A recent poll of businesses that have traded through previous recessions provides a starting point to surviving this one.
or any other foreign currency. Guidance on the rules where firms who are buying in substantial materials from abroad.
Knowing the rules. The rules are simple but there are some catches and a quick look at them may make you think.