Tenants of the O’meara Business Park were invited by e TecK to attend a tenants’ meeting held on Friday 13th April, 2018 at the University of Trinidad and Tobago’s Main Campus Building located at the O’meara Business Park. The meeting was convened to share important information related to Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) issues and challenges at the park. Officers of the Malabar Police Station were present to discuss ways in which the police can partner with tenants of the park to assist in curbing crimes such as robberies, indiscriminate parking and illegal dumping. Tenants were urged to share their video footage from surveillance cameras with the police to aid in reprimanding perpetrators of crimes at the park. The police services pledged their support to increase their patrols at the park and to aid in alleviating illegal activities on the park.
Tenants were also reminded by e TecK’s HSSE Coordinator, Mrs. Kelly Hazelwood that they should get their businesses OSH compliant as advised by the Occupational Safety and Health Authority (OSHA) who will be increasing its inspection activities throughout e TecK’s business parks. Mrs. Hazelwood also advised the tenants that e TecK will provide support to tenants by doing its own HSE compliance audit starting with the factory shells and common areas located at the Trincity and Macoya Business Parks, this would help tenants to address any HSE issues before the visits by OSHA officials. She also reminded tenants that Fire Certification is required for all industrial establishments and they should speak to officers at their nearest Fire Station to get assistance for certification. In his address to tenants, Mr. Ian Fletcher, Vice-President, Real Estate Assets informed the gathering that e TecK is working closely with Fire Services to ensure that all fire hydrants at the parks are in proper working order.
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