The CEPEP Company Limited has partnered with the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force, Ministry of Health, and the University of the West Indies to provide ground maintenance services for four (4) COVID-19 step-down facilities.
These step-down facilities are:
• the Home of Football in Couva
• the Vision on Mission compound in Claxton Bay
• both the St Augustine and Debe campuses of the University of the West Indies
CEPEP said they are providing landscaping services, cutting of fire trails, and keeping both the outer and inner perimeters for the listed facilities clean and clear of all debris.
To date, approximately 400 of its workers have been carrying out these duties since the partnership started on April 15th, 2020.
Chief Executive Officer of the CEPEP Company Limited, Mr. Keith Eddy said the Company’s commitment to providing any assistance required by the Ministry of Health when he said, “COVID-19 protocols have been put into effect they ensured that over one hundred and 110 primary schools have been cleaned in preparation for the upcoming Secondary Examinations Assessment exams.
Workers are supervised by Health and Safety Officers and are always outfitted in proper protective equipment.
While there is no formal arrangement for this partnership, CEPEP said they are committed in the battle against COVID-19