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 L-R. Mr. Farouk Mohammed, Mrs. Carolyn Sancho, Dr. Victor Coombs, Mr. Adlington Spencer
Second Row L-R. Mrs. Indira McFarlane-Lee, Mrs. Vanessa Thomas Williams, Ms. Hannah Wei-Muddeen, Dr. Ishta Rampersad
Bottom Row L-R. Mr. Kendal C. Dolly, Mrs. Sabrina Paul Mowlah-Baksh, Dr. Cyril Paltoo and Ms. Nicole Simon-Thompson
Absent: Dr. Surendra Dhanraj, Mr. Aston Cunningham, Ms. Jenell Partap and Mr. Farzan Ali.