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Inta heats up anti-scald campaign

The Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) has approved the use of its quality mark on the packaging of anti-scald products made by Inta.
Inta heats up anti-scald campaign
To highlight the anti-scald qualities of its thermostatic mixing valve (TMV) products, Inta is keen to highlight its support for the charity's work. The firm's commercial participation agreement with the charity also means it will make a financial contribution to the charity.

'Bath time scalding for children is a serious problem which anti-scald products and some common sense precautions can easily prevent, said Cynthia Fisher, commercial director for Inta.

'We're pleased to be working with CAPT again and hope that our combined efforts will make some real impact on the number of avoidable scalds that our children suffer every year.'

The sight of the logo, a blue hand, on packaging should not only reinforce the anti-scald message, but also give merchants and fitters an extra opportunity to promote anti-scald products to their customers.

Katrina Philips, CAPT's chief executive said 'I am certain that both organisations will realise the benefits of this partnership to deliver a safety message and work towards the introduction of legislation to make the use of anti-scald equipment compulsory in all new-build and bathroom refurbishment projects across England and Wales.'
7 December 2007

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