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Fire Officers Set to Protest Over Stalled Wage Negotiations, On Friday.

by | Jul 24, 2014

PROTESTMembers of the Fire Services Association will stage a protest in front of Parliament at the International Waterfront Center on Friday.

They say the protest action is aimed at highlighting ongoing issues within the Fire Service.

Acting President of the Fire Services Association 2nd Division Ashton Cunningham said one major issue is that wage negotiations have been stalled.

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Other issues raised by the officers are that the Fire Service Regulations have been breached  with impunity and the neglect of the Health, Safety and Welfare of officers.

They are calling for the intervention of Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar.

Assistant Secretary of the Northwest Division ,Leo Ramkissoon, said they will seek to deliver a letter to her when she attends Parliament on Friday.

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Mr. Ramkissoon called on supporters to wear red and come out to lend support for an improved Fire Service for Trinidad and Tobago.

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Assistant Secretary, Northwest Division Leo Ramkissoon

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