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THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND
HEALTH AUTHORITY AND AGENCY
SUPPLY AND DELIVERY
OF TABLET COMPUTERS
Proposals are invited from competitive bidders for the Supply and Delivery of fifty-three (53) Tablet
Computers for the Occupational Safety and Health Agency (OSH Agency), Ministry of Labour and Small
and Micro Enterprise Development.
Bidding documents may be obtained during normal working hours (8:30am - 3:30pm) at the OSHA Head
Office located on Level 5, Duke Place, 50-54 Duke Street, Port of Spain.
Any technical information may be obtained from
at the OSH
Agency at phone number
Tenders must be accompanied by the following:
i) Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue
and dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of tender.
ii) Valid Certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the Insurance Act.
iii) All Risk Insurance for the Equipment
iv) The appropriate certificate of registration to establish the legal entity of the bidder
v) HSE Management Policy
vi) Listing of at least three (3) references including the total value of the contract and the terms of reference.
The original plus four (4) copies of the Tender Bid should be placed in a sealed envelope addressed
marked on the outside:
Envelopes must be deposited in the Tender Box located on the Fifth Floor, Duke Place, 50-54 Duke Street, Port
of Spain labelled
not later than
Tenders will be opened publicly shortly thereafter in Room 6, on the Seventh Floor, Duke Place, 50-54 Duke
Street, Port of Spain. The Bidder or his representative may be present at the opening.
Bidders are asked to note that the dimension of the slot of the Tender Box is (37.5cm x 5.5cm) and as such
proposals shall therefore be packaged accordingly.
The Occupational Safety and Health Authority and Agency does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any
tender and reserves the right to award contracts to bidders at its own discretion.
The Occupational Safety and Health Authority and Agency reserves the right to cancel the bidding process
in its entirety or even partially, without defraying any cost incurred by any firm or company in submitting
OSHA is a Division of the
Finance and Tenders Committee
Ministry of Labour & Small &
Occupational Safety and Health Authority
Micro Enterprise Development
GEORGETOWN---Half-centuries from Tagenarine
Chanderpaul and Akshay Homraj propelled hosts
Guyana against Leeward Islands, on the opening
day of the first round of matches in the Regional
Under-19 Championship yesterday.
Winning the toss and batting first at the National
Stadium at Providence, Guyana reached 270 all out
in their first innings, with Chanderpaul top-scoring
with 65 and Homraj getting 62. At the close, Leewards
were 21 for one, 249 runs adrift of first innings lead.
Guyana failed to get a good start, losing Shimron
Hetmyer cheaply for five with the score on 20 early
in the day.
Captain Brian Sattaur scored just ten before per-
ishing at 42 for two but Chanderpaul, who opened
the batting, kept the top order together with a typically
unflappable half-century. He faced 137 alls, in 197
minutes at the crease, and struck eight fours and
one six. The right-handed Homraj, batting at number
six, then propped up the lower order with his knock.
Steven Sankar chipped in with an unbeaten 32
while Keemo Paul got 26. Off-spinner Shaquille Mar-
tina picked up five for 86. (CMC)
Tagenarine Chanderpaul ...struck 65.
HAMILTON---Bermuda is sending a team of 18 ath-
letes competing in six different sports to the Com-
monwealth Games starting in Glasgow, Scotland
today, organisers announced. The team will be sup-
ported by ten officials and a medical team of three
to complete the complement travelling to Glasgow
under the leadership of the chef de mission Stan
Bermuda Olympic Association president Judy
Simons said: "We are confident that this team will
represent Bermuda superbly both in and out of the
sports arena, and on behalf of all of Bermuda we
wish them great success."
Bermuda first competed in the Commonwealth
Games in 1930 in Hamilton, Canada and has missed
only four editions of the Games. Bermuda s first
medal came in Kingston, Jamaica in 1966 with a
silver medal for John Morbey in the men s long jump
The 1990 Games in Auckland, New Zealand pro-
duced the first gold for Bermuda when Clarance
(Nicky) Saunders took gold in the men s high jump
with a leap of 2.36 metres, a Bermuda record that
still stands today.
Bermuda sends team
of 18 to Glasgow
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