Key members of the extractive sector, government and civil society were in attendance when TCL’s general manager, Guillermo Rojo recently signed a memorandum of understanding signalling TCL’s commitment to the TTEITI’s principles of openness, transparency and accountability.
This took place on October 24 at the launch of the Trinidad and Tobago Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative’s (TTEITI) sixth report, which is titled *‘Water more than flour, navigating through uncertain times’.
The event was held at the American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago
TCL’s spanking new ambulance was yesterday received by Elena Dupres, the company’s Health and Safety National Coordinator.
The TCL / CEMEX-branded ambulance is fully equipped to deliver a first aid response while transporting casualties to medical institutions.
Windell Ryan, HSE Technician and a certified ambulance driver, proudly made the maiden voyage to the Claxton Bay Plant…..ready to save lives with the new EMS.