Thursday, 7 May 2009

Peter Siddall Retires From BHTA

Director Peter Siddall recently retired from his involvement with the BHTA (British Healthcare Trades Association) after a commitment to the Association dating back over 30 years.

The BHTA represents large and small companies, organised in one or more sections covering most sectors of the industry, and providing a platform for all companies to have an effective voice to influence the development of healthcare policies in the UK.

When Sidhil first joined the Association back in the 1970s, the trade was becoming increasingly competitive and membership gave us an effective avenue to talk directly to government as part of a group of manufacturers. Peter was elected Chairman of the BHTA in the 1980s, and latterly served a term as a Director.

During his time with the BHTA, Peter was also instrumental in setting up a Beds section which remains an active part of the function to this day.

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