InFab disappointed, embarrassed by workers’ lapse in observing safety regulations at GRA site

Industrial Steel Fabrications (InFab), which is constructing a new roof for the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) headquarters on Camp Street, is being extra vigilant to make sure that its workers follow the company’s safety regulations.

Managing Director Jerry Goveia noted that since Stabroek News published a photograph showing workers at the site operating without safety gear, he has faced personal disappointment and professional embarrassment.

“As a consequence of your pictures, GRA came to us with concerns as did the Ministry of Social Protection (Department of Labour). It was not good for us and created quite a few difficulties. It was clear that our guys were not doing the things they were supposed to do… there is no excuse for it,” Goveia told Stabroek News on Monday…..