CoE Chairman Jerome Lynch, KC pushed the final report on the the Commission of Enquiry into the Paria/LMCS diving incident to May.
Chairman Jerome Lynch, KC said he aimed to deliver the report by the end of April.
Lynch admitted, during the visit to the Paria Fuel Trading Company, Pointe-a-Pierre, to view the LMCS hyperbaric chamber, that there were some delays due to the lateness of viewing the equipment.
However, he said that together with Commissioner Gregory Wilson, they were playing catch up to fulfil their promised delivery date.
The CoE confirmed via media release last evening that the inspection of the hyperbaric chamber was the last evidence.
It has formed preliminary views relating to the CoE. However, it cannot deliver the report until May as the law mandates the CoE to issue Salmon letters. These letters contain criticisms of individuals and entities who may be affected by the report.