Bitrex Goes to Parliament | Bitrex - Keeping children safe

Bitrex Goes to Parliament

Child Safety Week saw the first meeting of the Cross Party Group on Child Safety in the Scottish Parliament. We were invited to participate by Clare Adamson Minister MSP Central Scotland. With RoSPA providing administrative support, the group had a wide ranging remit and covered a broad view of child safety. The picture above contains from left to right, Katrina Philips, Chief Exectutive of the Child Accident Prevention Trust, Clare Adamson Minister MSP Central Scotland, and Cameron Smith, Bitrex Business Manager.

Clare Adamson, MSP Central Scotland explains :"Meeting for the first time in Child Safety Week got the Cross Party Group off to a good start. I was joined by Aileen Campbell Minster for Children and Young People who shares interest and responsibility for this topic. The first meeting was attended by over 50 people from a wide range of organisations. There was a strong input from the voluntary sector and the meeting heard from Katrina Philips from the Child Accident prevention Trust. We had strong representation from the statutory sector - particularly Local Authorities and Health Boards – and it was good to have private sector input from Bitrex."

We look forward to attending the next meeting, allowing us the opportunity to highlight the benefits that Bitrex brings to child safety not only in Scotland, but across the globe