Georgetown, Guyana: The Ministry of Labour of the Republic of Guyana has introduced Tyriee October to the nation’s general public. According to the official update, October is a student of the University of Guyana and has undertaken the Occupation Safety and Health (OSH) attachment at the Ministry.
The update regarding the same was shared by the authorities through social media. Accordingly, October is a final-year Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Health student at the University of Guyana who undertook an eight-week attachment at the Ministry of Labour’s Occupational Safety and Health (OSH).
Furthermore, October also shared his experience with the general public. He also took the platform to extend thanks towards the Ministry of Labour for their continuous support and encouragement.
He outlined, “My stint here at the Ministry of Labour was rather interesting, you know. Like others, I came to the Ministry assuming what to expect, and the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Department did not disappoint.”
October further mentioned that during his attachment here at the Ministry, he was able to shadow several Occupational Safety and Health officers during their inspections, workshops and even the OSH Act, which governs the department.
“It made me admire what OSH officers are doing to guarantee that workers in all sectors have a safety and healthy working environment. I have to say that they have their work cut out for them, but I believe that this would become a reality soon,” he stated.
While extending thanks and expressing gratitude, Tyriee October said, “So, l want to thank the Ministry of Labour for providing me with this opportunity to put everything. I have learned into practice and feel what it is like to be an OSH officer of the Ministry.”
It is to be noted that the Ministry of Labour continuously works for the betterment and upliftment of the general residents of the country by providing special and dedicated training to eligible and worthy candidates. The Ministry organises regular training sessions in collaboration with the Board of Industrial Training, providing certificates to individuals.