The Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Authority was established in October 2006 on the basis of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 2004 as amended. It is a multi-stakeholder advisory body to the Ministry of Labour and Small Enterprise Development. The core tasks of the Authority are:
A full description of the tasks and functions of the OSH Authority can be found in the text of Sections 66 and 67 of the OSH Act.
Top Row L-R. Mr. Derek Luk Pat, Mr. Christopher Alcazar, Mr. Kendal C. Dolly, Mr. Ashton Cunningham, Ms. Jenell Partap, Mr. Roger Camacho, Mr. Jason Maitland, Dr. Mutchinson Melville, Mr. Farouk Mohammed and Brian Patrick
Bottom Row L-R. Mr. Farzan Ali, Ms. Hannah Wei-Muddeen, Ms. Natalie Willis, The Honourable Senator Minister Jennifer Baptiste-Primus, Dr. Victor Coombs, Chairman, Mrs. Pettal John-Beerens, Deputy Director Legal, OSHA.
Absent: Dr. Wayne Ramgoolam, Ms. Jacqueline Burgess, Mrs. Carolyn Sancho
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