Partnership formed for health and safety in oil and gas industry

-warning issued about `Caribbean laid back attitude’

High Commissioner of Canada to Guyana Lilian Chatterjee (middle) along with CEO of Safework Solutions Jeff Daniels (third from right front row) and Dr. Surendra Persaud right in the back row) along with the graduating students last evening.

Caribbean Surgery Inc. (CSI) has partnered with a Canadian-based company – Safework Solutions – to launch the Caribbean Safework Solutions Inc. (CSSI) and head of the CSI, Dr. Surendra Persaud says that Guyanese need to change their “Caribbean laid back attitude” if they are going to work for the oil and gas industry.

At the launching of the event at the Cara Lodge hotel last evening, Persaud noted that the company is a fully incorporated Guyanese company and is a “majority woman-owned company.”

“The ExxonMobil oil find offshore Guyana has the potential, and I say has potential, to positively impact on every single Guyanese. However, as Guyanese we need to recognise something – this is a new industry to us all and we will need to find methods that fast-track our ability to meet….

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