It looks like CC8 Trincity is undergoing renovations.

What I think they did right: Schedule the work outside of operating hours-no workmen were seen. No tools were left on the scaffolding either-lessening falling objects as a potential source of injury.

What I think they could have improved on: Have a sign informing the public of the renovation works. Cordon off the storage area to prevent unauthorised entry and potential injury. Include more signage with unauthorised zones (scaffolding, tool/material storage). Assess if the carpet removal would affect indoor air quality and sanitation with the sale of food and drink.

What do you think?

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About Alina C. Dhanoolal

I have a genuine and deep seated interest in shared spaces, anything from hotels to food courts. I currently have a career in Occupational, Health and Safety and I’m exploring it’s relevance outside the workplace, and in my native Trinidad. The content for my posts are solely funded by me and bare no affiliation to the organisations described. All views and opinions expressed are therefore personal..and honest. My intention is not to discredit any company, brand or business, but rather to highlight things that may be overlooked with routine operations. I also hope that my thoughts will broaden the public interest in having their standards raised-for those that need to- and to credit those who are doing a good job.


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