Resource pages for "BIFMA"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
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ANSI has approved the introduction of the standard ANSI/BIFMA X6.5-2022 Home Office and Occasional-Use Desk, Table and Storage Products.
The new standard has two performance levels, for 400-pound users and 600-pound users, and applies to lounge and public seating.
The Quick collection of upholstered screens present a way to carve out private, protected spaces within open-plan environments.
hiSpace Quick Connect are freestanding tables that can be raised and lowered using a quiet, electric mechanism and feature fast assembly time, new technology, and simple yet meaningful conveniences.
BIFMA's new pods guidelines cover a range of product criteria including acoustics, electrical, emissions, ventilation, fire safety, stability, seismic, and more.
LEVEL is an evaluation and certification system for environmentally-preferable and socially-responsible office furniture.
To assist decision-makers, the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association is creating a registry of commercial furniture that complies to BIFMA standards.
The level conformance mark ensures a comprehensive, independent, and impartial assessment of the environmental and social impacts of a product’s manufacture.
Trendway Corporation celebrates Earth Month 2103 with two significant announcements demonstrating the company’s commitment to sustainability.
GreenWizard’s Product Management Workflow™ will now include level® certified furniture eligible for LEED credits.
Developed in accordance with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) procedures, level is the label awarded to office furniture products that meet multiple criteria of the ANSI/BIFMA e3 Furniture Sustainability Standard.
This seating PCR provides a science-based and internationally recognized method for reporting the environmental impact of seating products throughout their entire life cycle.
The company earned its first BIFMA level certification for remanufactured office furniture in Fall 2011.
The latest 2011 edition of X5.1 General-Purpose Office Chairs/Test Standard has been approved by ANSI and released for distribution.
ANSI has released two new important standards regarding IAQ testing and furniture emissions.
The company was recently recognized by BIFMA's level certification for sustainable practices in remanufacturing furniture panel systems.
Certification allows a manufacturer to ensure greater sustainability for their products and throughout their entire supply chain.
Changes are on the horizon for third-party green product certification initiatives.
More than 60 products in five categories have received level™ certification, a multi-attribute, sustainability standard and third-party certification program for the furniture industry.
Products can be awarded a level 1, level 2, or level 3 compliance mark based on their contribution and points achieved.
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