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T&TEC contractor killed in cave-in

A 35-year-old man working for the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC) was killed yesterday after boulders and dirt fell on him as he was laying underground ducts at Wrightson Road, Port of Spain.

Another worker attached to a contractor working for T&TEC was injured when…


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Father of 4 crushed to death

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Chandradath Ramsaroop, 55, of Sewlal Trace, Fyzabad died instantly after the wheel of a trailer truck rolled over his head. Ramsaroop was employed with the Inland and Offshore Company Ltd (IOCL) located at South Oroupouche. According to reports, the incident occurred shortly after midday. Reports said Ramsaroop was in the process of securing pipes on a truck when he fell off, landed on the ground and…


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HSE Supervisor killed by forklift

Health & Safety supervisor killed by accident at company

By STACY MOORE Newsday Wednesday, December 1 2010

GRIEF: Shelly Ramjohnsingh, is being assisted by relatives after she collapsed at the front of the Accident and Emergency Department of the San Fernan...

A Health and Safety supervisor with 35 years service at the steel and wire company, Trinco, met an untimely death yesterday while on duty at the company at Reform Village, near Williamsville.

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Contractor Busted for selling OSHA cards

Queens contractor busted for selling bogus safety certificates

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Machine operator loses left leg in plant accident

Newsday By RHONDOR DOWLAT Friday, January 8 2010

PAPER MILL: The plant of Trinidad Tissues Limited in Malabar, Arima, where operator Anand Parag lost his left leg yesterday.

A 21-YEAR-OLD employee lost his left leg yesterday when he slipped into a machine at a toilet paper manufacturing plant at O’Meara Industrial Estate in Arima.

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Comment Wall (50 comments)

At 4:44 on March 28, 2008, Rakesh Deonarine said…
Hello Carlstein,

Be very careful in Iraq, we need you around, gr8t web site hope more people join soon, thanks for the opportunity to have a web page
At 12:48 on March 28, 2008, Ryan Rambaran said…
hey carlstein,

great website and kudos for coming up with the idea! i have sent invites to many friends and i'll spread the word!
At 4:21 on March 29, 2008, Gavindra Dookhie said…
was at work only had that photo at the time will change it soon
At 1:34 on March 30, 2008, Gavindra Dookhie said…
will do Carl , have to go and get some equipment certified for a job for NGC , we are doing a hot tap on a NGC Line for NP talk to you later.

At 1:49 on March 31, 2008, Dean De Gannes said…
It 's still one of the best place in the world.
At 0:27 on April 2, 2008, Gavindra Dookhie said…
ok thats nice thank you very much Carl, so what your saying is that when i enter my company name i am automatically linked to my web page ?
At 8:21 on April 4, 2008, Cleve Henry said…
How u doing? recently an employee received burns and went off on 28 days sick leave, now that He returned to work, He was given safety orientation, interview and counselling. He told me this morning that He is afraid to go inside the engine hall, what other assistance can I give him?
At 16:45 on April 4, 2008, Carlstien said…
Cleve, this is a tricky one, I think you all have done what is necessary. Have you asked why, what are his concerns, reassure him that it won't happen again. If that won't work, then re-assign him to work somewhere else. There is nothing mouch more to do.
Sometimes, employees may use these situations too to get out of work they never liked in the first place and is now exploiting the opportunity to move.
At 9:21 on April 7, 2008, ashmeed ramdath said…
I would like to pursue the CSP certification.Can you provide any assistance?

Ashmeed Ramdath
At 15:29 on April 10, 2008, Duane said…
Boy, if ah show meh picture deh go tink i is a terroroist!

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