Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : August 20th 2014 Contents A26
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, August 20, 2014
VACANCY IN THE JUDICIAL AND LEGAL SERVICE
OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
TEMPORARY OFFICE OF Deputy Registrar AND
Marshal (GROUP J4), Judicary (SUPREME COURT)
: LLB and Legal Education Certificate (LEC)
Admission to practise Law in Trinidad and Tobago
Five (5) years as an Attorney-at-Law with experience gained in civil/criminal litigation
Thorough experience gained in the job as an Assistant Registrar
Thorough knowledge in civil and criminal procedure; probate practice
Thorough knowledge of Admiralty procedure
Thorough knowledge of the Rules of the Supreme Court, the Matrimonial Causes Rules, the Court of Appeal Rules and
the Privy Council Rules
Excellent advocacy skills
Excellent analytical and reasoning skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
Excellent communication skills - written and oral
Applications accompanied by a full resum and providing the names of two referees, together with copies of relevant doc-
uments, should be submitted no later than 29th August, 2014 to:
Professional Application Forms are obtainable from any District Revenue Office, the Chief Administrator, Tobago House
of Assembly or the Service Commissions Department or the Service Commissions Department website at www.scd.org.tt.
The Job Specification for the office of Deputy Registrar and Marshal can also be obtained at the Service Commissions
Department website at www.scd.org.tt.
Officers who are in the Service are required to complete the Application for Promotion in the Public Service Form, which
is also obtainable at the Service Commissions Department website, and submit their applications through their Permanent
Secretaries and Heads of Departments
Atlantic has recorded 25 million manhours with-
out a lost time injury (LTI), representing almost
seven years of safe operations, the company said
in a statement.
"Twenty-five million manhours without a LTI is
a very significant achievement. To put this milestone
into perspective, the date of our last LTI was Sep-
tember 21, 2007, which is over 2,500 days of safe
operations. We are no doubt very proud of this accom-
plishment, which is the clear result of a strong and
well embedded safety culture together with a solid
One Team approach.
"The collaborative efforts of our employees and
our contractors continue to drive our safety per-
formance and it is through these efforts that we have
delivered this truly fantastic and world-class achieve-
ment", said Atlantic s chief executive officer Nigel
Darlow in the statement.
Atlantic is the sixth largest producer of liquefied
natural gas (LNG) in the world. The company said
its organisational safety culture includes strengthening
safety leadership across the organisation, while also
regularly engaging employees and contractors around
personal and process safety.
"Through such engagements, each individual is
empowered to make responsible choices necessary
to ensure strong safety performance.
"Atlantic also adopts best practice related to safety
through policies that are aligned to international
industry standards, and compares its performance
in key areas against other companies in the global
LNG industry in support of continuous improvement.
This is supplemented by a rigorous approach to per-
formance audits of its safety management systems,"
read the statement.
Henley Harewood, vice president, health, safety,
security and the environment (HSSE), said safety is
not just a priority, but an important core value.
"Atlantic s safety performance can be attributed
to the way that we have focused on building an
organisational culture where safety is a highly-regarded
corporate value, and is embraced by all employees
and contractors as the normal way of doing business
to prevent harm to people, community and the envi-
ronment", he said in the statement.
MEXICO CITY---Mexico says it expects to put out
for bid US$4.9 billion in electrical generation and
natural gas pipeline projects as part of the opening
of the nation s state-run energy sector.
The Federal Electricity Commission wants to build
several power plants, but didn t set a date for the
opening of bidding.
Commission director Enrique Ochoa said Monday
the bidding will be open to private and foreign firms.
The government wants to build more natural gas-
fired plants, to reduce costs. Mexico has high electricity
rates, which officials say limits the growth of some
Some of the pipelines would be built in Texas, to
take advantage of cheaper US gas. Mexico began
opening its oil and electricity industries to private
and foreign firms earlier this month. (AP)
offer US$4.9bn in
Workers at Atlantic
perform a task safely.
Atlantic achieves 25 million
manhours without lost time injury
LONDON---Britain s inflation rate fell more than
expected in July, to 1.6 per cent from 1.9 per cent
in June, easing pressure on the Bank of England as
it weighs when to raise interest rates.
The Office of National Statistics said yesterday
that a fall in clothing prices provided the biggest
contribution to the drop in consumer price inflation.
A drop in the cost of alcohol, financial services and
food also contributed.
The Bank of England, which targets a two per cent
inflation rate, is assessing when to start increasing
rates as the economy improves.
Samuel Tombs, senior UK economist at Capital
Economics, says "a general environment of benign
inflationary pressure will give the (Bank of England)
scope to raise them at an even more gradual pace
than currently anticipated by the markets." (AP)
UK inflation rate falls
more than expected
Links Archive August 21st 2014 August 19th 2014 Navigation Previous Page Next Page