Trinidad Cement Limited got the wheels rolling with its first Vulnerable Road User (VRU) Programme on November 21 at the Claxton Bay Senior Anglican School.
119 students were captivated and excited as RML’s safety-branded concrete mixer featuring the message “DON’T CHANCE IT….Look out before you step out” drove on to the school compound.
The student’s smiles were priceless as they were all eager to learn about road safety. Guillermo Rojo, General Manager was on hand to greet the students and share some essential tips about safe behaviour on the nation’s roadways.
Presenters, Elena Dupres, Ayana Greaves and Deann Bedassie divided the students into smaller groups and held informative
and interactive sessions about road awareness.
This event was a resounding success due to the teamwork and collaborative efforts of TCL and RML’s staff. GREAT JOB TEAM!!!
TCL’s Gaurie Ramdeo recently returned from Monterrey, Mexico where she spent 6 weeks participating in the second CEMEX Global Maintenance Seminar. She was the only female participant at the training, which was designed for current and potential maintenance managers, coordinators and specialists. According to Gaurie, the seminar met and surpassed its goals of strengthening technical capabilities; levelling the maintenance knowledge; developing skills; sharing experiences and promoting tools to improve the reliability of our facilities, among others. Having gained a lot of insight into her field, she is now back and eager to apply all that was learnt.