BHTA to advocate the importance of working with its code-accredited members at the OT Show 2021
The British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA) will be highlighting the importance of consumer protection, and working with its code-accredited members, to occupational therapists at the OT Show 2021.
Held on the 24th and 25th November at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, the show aims to bring together the occupational therapy community, sharing new information and resources to support their clients.
Numerous BHTA code-accredited member companies will be exhibiting across the two-day event, displaying their products and services designed to help clients regain their mobility, independence and freedom.
The BHTA team will be on hand to explain how member companies go above and beyond for their customers by voluntarily committing to the BHTA Code of Practice, the only industry approved code under the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI)’s Consumer Codes Approval Scheme. The Code affords extra consumer protection, including free mediation and independent arbitration, meaning more peace of mind for the customer.
Calvin Barnett, Head of Marketing and Communications for the British Healthcare Trades Association, commented:
“We are really looking forward to seeing the industry back together again at the OT Show 2021. It will be a great opportunity to catch up with our members and learn more about their exciting products and services, and engage with OTs to inform them about the BHTA.
“In particular, we’ll be answering questions about how our code protects clients, the value of choosing our accredited members, and exploring how we can work in collaboration with OTs to provide assistance to their clients.”
Arrange a meeting with the team at the OT Show to discuss membership or explore potential partnership opportunities by contacting Marketing@bhta.com