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“Simply A Patriotic Desire To Assist Our Fellow Citizens In Times Of Dire Need”

Those were the words used by Amalgamated Security Services Limited (ASSL), to describe the company’s donation of $500,000.00 to the flood relief efforts for affected communities and citizens in Trinidad and Tobago.

“We started by handing out instant cash donations to those of our officers who were affected the most. We then rented a boat to move Ambulance Personnel from South to Port of Spain so that we could guarantee our Ambulance Services would be fully functional at a time where it was highly likely for those services to be needed. When the full extent and enormity of this disaster began to show, we started buying and providing truckloads of flood relief items to the general population: wet vacuum cleaners; shovels; gloves; rubber boots; first aid kits; cooked food as well as non-perishable food items; milk; cleaning materials; toiletries; mattresses; clothes; school supplies. For the last couple of days and around the clock, many of our employees volunteered to assist and still are assisting in the distribution of those items to various regional corporations and relief centres as well as directly to persons in affected areas, with the hope of bringing relief to hundreds of our fellow citizens. This corporate effort would not have been possible without the support and contributions of Amalgamated Security’s employees at all levels.”

ASSL also is paying for a cleaning crew “who are going from door to door to assist persons in cleaning up their flooded houses. The company would like to further thank the many of its employees who simply saw other persons in need and started to cook food for them and helped them in their homes.”

Executive, Management and Staff of Amalgamated Security would also like to expressively acknowledge the unwavering dedication of its Officers to their jobs in daring circumstances like the ones our Nation experiences right now. “The Officers came out despite many challenges to fulfil their duties and protect ASSL’s clients and their assets, thereby contributing to the overall safety and security of communities and in extension our whole country. We thank the Officers for their devotion and professionalism”.

 

Published Articles:

  1. http://www.cnc3.co.tt/press-release/amalgamated-puts-500000-relief-efforts?fbclid=IwAR1SWuKTJ_P8z9tr1E3-1oROkq-b2ykXREnwxBYcaI5FC4z1ra-XQC6rNGE
  2. https://www.facebook.com/CNC3Television/posts/10156866631077996
  3. https://www.facebook.com/asslgroup/posts/2383642438319883
  4. https://www.facebook.com/trinispace/posts/1906851052761395

Amalgamated Security Services Partake In 1st Annual Cadet Force Independence Shoot Competition

Trinidad and Tobago hosted its first annual Cadet Force Independence Shoot competition. The event took place on the 7th October 2018 at the Trinidad Rifle Association’s Practical Pistol Range Facilities, Chaguramas.

Personnel who participated included members of the protective services such as:

  • Trinidad and Tobago Army
  • Trinidad and Tobago Police Service
  • Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force

Other Private Shooting Clubs also participated in the activity.

Amalgamated Security Services participated with 4 team members.

  1. Ricardo La Borde
  2. Victor Martin
  3. Joseph Chandool
  4. Quadra Rambaransingh

Amalgamated Security Services Limited sponsors International LEAF award for the University School

The University School, St Augustine Trinidad has successfully completed a full cycle of the Learning About Forests (LEAF) programme that has entitled them to the international LEAF Award for 2018. The University School is the first school in Trinidad and Tobago to receive the prestigious LEAF Award.

The University School generated creative and innovative ways of engaging students in activities throughout the entire year in the Math, Science, Social Studies and Arts subject areas. Many of the activities have been acknowledged and documented as global LEAF best practices including mangrove tree planting at Caroni swamp, the Mangrove Project Comparative Study, Spoken Word, a Forest Carnival Band and video conferencing with students from Ireland about their forest projects.

The University School has expressed their delight in participating in the LEAF programme because of their ongoing commitment to enlightened and self-reliant children, having moral and cultural values which produce caring and nurturing members of society. The members of staff at the University School were able to successfully involve the entire student population in LEAF activities throughout the year.

The school as already expressed their willingness to participate in the 2018/2019 LEAF programme under the theme "Forest and Sustainable Cities" a theme very relevant to their geographical space and which ties in with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) initiatives. LEAF students will have the opportunity to learn about the importance of urban forests for battling climate change, stimulating biodiversity, and benefiting local communities.

On Friday 12th October, 2018 in a brief ceremony, the University School received their official LEAF award for the 2017/2018 cycle from Green TnT which was sponsored by Amalgamated Security Services Limited.

In the photos (left to right):
Robert Baur: Group Manager Amalgamated Security Services Limited
Odessa Vincent-Brown Principal of the University School
Tenisha Brown-Williams Director Green T&T, National Coordinator of the LEAF Programme

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