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SAN JUAN/LAVENTILLE REGIONAL CORPORATION
Tel. 638-4473, 675-0255
Aranguez Main Road,
Safety and Health Officer (on Contract)
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the position of safety and Health Officer.
The incumbent is responsible for providing Occupational Safety and Health Services to ensure com-
pliance with Occupational Safety Laws, Codes and Regulations:
1. Preparation of programmes, projects, plans and assessments, procedures and systems related
to compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Act 2004 as amended.
2. Undertake inspections of operational of operating systems and procedures and report accordingly.
3. Oversee compliance with arrangements to ensure that the best practices in Occupational
Safety and Health management are evidenced in the workplace.
4. Preparation of appropriate reports.
5. Other related duties as directed by your supervisor.
Minimum Qualification and Experience:
NEBOSH Diploma from a recognized Institution
At least two (2) years' experience in the field of Occupational Safety and Health
Any equivalent combination of experience and training in the field of safety and health will be
Interested persons should submit their applications together with Curriculum Vitae and copies of
certificates to the:
Chief Executive Officer
San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation
Aranguez Main Road
Closing date for application: February 28th, 2014
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged
The Reds continued their unbeaten
start to 2014 on Wednesday, following
up the incredible 5-1 defeat of Arsenal
with a last-gasp victory at Fulham.
Having twice come from behind at
Craven Cottage, Gerrard s stoppage-time
penalty saw the Merseysiders through 3-
2 as victors, moving them to within just
four points of leaders Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho described the Blues as
a "little horse" not yet ready to win the
title, with Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers
joking his side "may be the chihuahuas
that run in between the horse s legs".
There is, though, a growing belief that
the Reds could mount a serious late chal-
lenge, with Gerrard returning to the
equine theme when summing up their
"Against Arsenal, we showed how
much class we ve got," the Reds skipper
told the club s official Web site, www.liv-
"We showed we ve got talent all over
the pitch; at home, with the atmosphere
behind us, you don t have to motivate
yourself---you just go out and perform,
and more often than not you play well.
"But coming away on a Wednesday
night, windy, on a difficult pitch, away
to Fulham is a big test for the team.
"We ve passed it but we still have to
learn from our mistakes and defend better
on the road if we re to finish in the top
"We re in the mix. It s still early days,
there s a lot of football to be played and we re
not going to get carried away. But we are in good
form. We feel as if we re dark horses.
"We just carry on playing and trying to win as
many games as we can. We have the advantage,
in a funny way, of no European football, because
we have just got the league and FA Cup to focus
Rodgers welcomes former side Swansea to
Anfield in Liverpool s next league match, although
before that comes a return to London for another
clash with Arsenal, this time in the FA Cup.
The Gunners will be looking for revenge just
eight days after their mauling at Anfield, with
Gerrard all too aware of the threat posed by them
in the fifth-round tie.
"Top sides, when they get beat 5-1, they are
hurt," he said. "They have just battled to a 0-0
draw against Manchester United so they have
showed they have defended quite well in the game.
"We re expecting a tight game at the Emirates
and I think the 5-1 game will have no bearing on
this game coming. We re expecting a really tough
"It s a break from the league and we ll go there
and give it everything we ve got because we want
a good cup run."
Gerrard enjoys 'dark horses' tag
Steven Gerrard scored the winning goal against
Fulham on Wednesday.
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