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Watson Duke Says The Injunction Must First Be Removed

by | Jul 9, 2014

PSA President, Watson Duke

PSA President, Watson Duke

The Public Services Association and Government officials met on Wednesday to discuss ways in which they can return the Immigration Department back to a state of normalcy.

PSA President Watson Duke said nothing was agreed upon.

Mr. Duke said that if the state wants to address the situation, they must first remove the injunction that was filed in the Industrial court.

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 PSA President Watson Duke 

Meanwhile, the PSA presented a document at a press conference on Wednesday, which stated that there was evidence that workers were at risk while carrying out their duties.

It stated that an Occupational Safety and Health Authority (OSHA) Inspection Report, which was conducted at the Immigration Office at Frederick Street Port of Spain on Friday 4 July, 2014 showed that the employees’ health and safety had been threatened.

The OSHA report  indicated that the health of the employees were in serious and imminent danger and unusual circumstances arose which were hazardous and injurious to the employees’ life and health.

 

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