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Amalgamated Security HSE Road Safety & Awareness Day 2018

The HSEQ Department extends our gratitude to all employees who participated in our “Employee Road Safety & Awareness Day” on Tuesday 30th October, 2018 at our HQ in Macoya. With the assistance of the Trinidad & Tobago Police Service, we learned ways to enhance personal road safety & ensure we fulfill our legal requirements with the Road Traffic Laws of T&T. The topics covered included:

  • Updates to Road Traffic Violations/Offenses
  • Speed Limits & Speed Gun Violations
  • Driving Under the Influence (D.U.I) & Breathalyzer Test
  • Fatal Vision Goggles – alcohol impairment simulation...... and more.

Safe driving practices should always be our goal as we aim to protect lives, save time and money despite our surroundings and the actions of others. We thank you for your ongoing support as we continue to ensure the safety & health of our employees – because you will always be our #1 priority!

Mr. John Aboud, Regional Director of Crime Stoppers Trinidad & Tobago Attended the 2018 Crime Stoppers International Conference

Mr. John Aboud, Regional Director of Crime Stoppers Trinidad & Tobago attended the 2018 Crime Stoppers International Annual Conference and Annual Awards Ceremony held on October 29, 2018 to October 31, 2018 in the Hague, Netherlands.

The Annual CSI Conference is a forum that brings together senior law enforcement officials, policy makers, crime prevention NGO's, media and Crime Stoppers program members from around the world to discuss changing patterns in criminal activity, share best practices and discuss solutions. The theme of this year's conference, "Creating Alliances Against Crime."

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Amalgamated Security Sponsors British High Commission Security Awareness Week

Griffith: 'Baptism of fire' in last two months

COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith says he has had a "baptism of fire" in the last two months.

"From kidnappings to floods to earthquakes to plans to shut down the country to day of rest and relaxation it's been a pretty hectic tour of duty over the last two months."

He was the feature speaker at the British High Commission Safety Awareness Week Security Awareness for Everyone (SAFE) event held Wednesday at the residence of the British High Commissioner in Maraval. The event was sponsored by Amalgamated Security Services.

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