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Virtual Stakeholder Consultation – Draft Compulsory National Standards for Electric Cables

Stakeholder Consultation on the draft compulsory National Standards: TTCS 12-1:20XX, Flexible cords and cables TTCS 12-2:20XX, Electric cables – Thermosetting insulated, armoured cables of rated voltages of 600/1000 V and 1900/3300 V for fixed installations Click Here For Presentations Key objectives: To highlight the key technical requirements of these proposed...

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Lodging of Consumer Complaints – Update #5

Members of the public wishing to lodge complaints, queries and questions are asked to contact us via email at complaints@ttbs.org.tt, call (868) 662-8827 ext. 2268 or message us on our social media sites....

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TTBS Conducts Stakeholder Consultation On Ready-Mixed Concrete Standard

Date: July 30th 2021. The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS) hosted a virtual Stakeholder Consultation on the draft compulsory National Standard for Ready-mixed concrete on Friday 30th July, 2021. The consultation highlighted the key requirements of the draft standard, PCTTCS 16 Ready-mix Concrete – Compulsory...

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Virtual Stakeholder Consultation – Draft Compulsory National Standard for Ready-mixed Concrete

All key stakeholders are invited to participate in a Stakeholder Consultation on the draft compulsory National Standard: TTCS 16:20XX, Ready-mixed concrete – Compulsory Requirements Date:                    Friday 30th July 2021 Time:                   10 am – 12 noon Platform:            Zoom Key objectives: To highlight the key technical...

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Expression of Interest (EOI) – Individual Consultants

The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS), on behalf of the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI), is continuing with the “Accreditation of Public Laboratories Programme”.TTBS invites individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing consulting services as follows: Project Call 2 2021-2023 – Consultancy for...

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TTBS Announces Moratorium Period For Children’s Toys

Date: July 9th 2021. Children are vulnerable members of society and toys containing high levels of hazardous chemicals can potentially pose a risk to them. To mitigate such risks, stakeholders from the children’s toy industry were formally advised of a moratorium period of sixty (60) days for...

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TTBS Celebrates 47th Anniversary

In celebration of this milestone TTBS reaffirms its commitment to develop, promote and enforce standards in order to improve the quality and performance of goods produced or used in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago....

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