Posted 30th Nov 2018

Roman takes home consumer safety award

By KBBDaily on 30th November 2018 - 15:34pm
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Shower manufacturer Roman has scooped the consumer safety award for compliance in bathroom products at the National Home Improvement Council – NHIC – Awards, which recently took place at Whitehall Place.

The award – sponsored by the Bathroom Manufacturers Association – was created by NHIC earlier this year to recognise innovation and initiatives that promote consumer safety through compliance in bathroom products and installation.

“As a British manufacturer we’ve placed huge emphasis on our programme of conformity and CE Marking, which all contributes to enhanced brand reputation,” said Roman managing director David Osborne. “We are delighted to receive recognition in this increasingly critical area.”

Pictured left to right: BMA CEO Yvonne Orgill; The Lady Baroness Maddock; Roman MD David Osborne; Roman marketing communications manager Laura Knox; and NHIC executive director Anna Scothern

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