Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is now an integral part of every system involving our business and branding.
CSR activities are implemented to ensure more ethical trade and business in the market. Even in the maritime industry, CSR is adopted by many of our cluster stakeholders.
The TTSRMC, together with the kind support and generosity of our 120+ stakeholders and through our CSR code of conduct, achieves our business goals, while maintaining the decorum of law, ethical and international standards for safety of people involved in our maritime industry and protection of the environment.
WPC Jasmine Vesprey David, Chair of the La Brea Police Youth Club and endorsed by the Trinidad & Tobago Police Service (TTPS)
Chairman & CEO Wilfred de Gannes talks about the commencement of works to establish a long-term partnership with the La Brea Police Youth Club at New Jersey, La Brea, South West Trinidad and Tobago.
Discarded polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles are collected to be reused to make outdoor seating furniture.
Our organization likes to promote and plan a green shipyard site at the location at Point D'or project location.
With the kind generosity of our cluster stakeholders, we get it done together with Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS).
We are also committed to following and adhering to all the relevant, environmental laws and policies and the Multilateral Environmental Agreements signed on to by Trinidad and Tobago, especially the recent Paris Agreement in which Trinidad and Tobago has joined with the rest of the world in curbing the rate of global temperature increases.
Read published article, featuring our organization in SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MAGAZINE here.