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Even the Taxi Drivers know to get vaccinated 

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  “Regional company name”, e.g. Amalgamated Security Services (Barbados) Limited: A song for you to enjoy during these challenging times, produced at our Corporate Headquarters in Trinidad and Tobago and sung by one of our very own officers, Lystra Nurse.

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A Salute to Our Frontline Heroes: Officer 1095 Fenty from Amalgamated Security Services (Barbados) Limited Interviewed as a frontline hero

Frontline Heroes. Ep.3 The Security Guard – a brave young lady, who despite her asthma and hypertension conditions, which make Covid-19 even riskier for her, is out on the frontline helping Barbados through the crisis. All credit to Jeffrey Alleyne and team for the video shoot and edit.

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Not in My House:  Cartoon

Conference Call: Stay at Home Cartoon

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National Applause – ASSL Chaguanas Office: Trinidad

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Update – Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 – The Barbados government Tuesday confirmed its first two cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and appealed to nationals not to panic but to follow preventative measures.

Health Minister Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bostic, in a statement, said that the two cases were “imported” from the United States earlier this month and included a national.

“Barbados has recorded its first two cases of COVID-19. A 48-year-old visitor to the island and a 39-year-old Barbadian female, both of whom came into the island from the United States. After experiencing symptoms, they were referred to the medical team at the Ministry of Health and Wellness for further evaluation,” he said.

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Update – March 14th, 2020: Message from General Manager – COVID-19 Emergency Response Plan

As of Friday, 13th March 2020 there are no cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Barbados. 

Amalgamated Security Services (Barbados) Limited is proactively taking steps to safeguard its workforce. As part of our measures for monitoring and keeping employees and clients abreast of the global COVID-19 outbreak confirmed as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), we will be providing updates and guidance on preparing your workplace including preventive steps to safeguard our workforce and clients regionally.

We urge each one of you to practice hygiene and to visit our page frequently for updates.  

Coronavirus Resources – NSC

Cases of coronavirus, or COVID-19, have surpassed 117,000 worldwide, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, with more than 800 cases in the United States. The National Safety Council is committed to sharing relevant resources to help keep our members, our instructors and the public informed about this rapidly developing situation. This page will be updated as new information becomes available. [ref. National Safety Council Page]

To keep abreast of updates and guidelines for preparing workplaces for COVID-19, kindly click the link:

National Safety Council Coronavirus Resource Page

Additionally, view the special webinar on – Coronavirus: What You Need to Know below:

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