Implementation's Popular Links

Implementation's Popular Links

Implementation's Contact

Implementation's Contact

  • Email: implementation@ttbs.org.tt
  • Tel: (868) 662-8827  Ext - 174, 246
  • See "Structure" tab for extensions

Implementation

Steve Williams, Head, Implementation Division, participates in BCCC Forum

Posted on Dec 20th, 2012 - By admin - 0 Comments

BCCC Newsletter - Click on the farthest icon to the right to expand PDF and scroll to the bottom of page…

read more

The Implementation Division is the arm of the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards(TTBS) responsible for implementing COMPULSORY standards in our country. The Standards Act, Act No. 18 of 1997 mandates the Bureau to provide specific services which include the implementation of COMPULSORY standards and the monitoring of practices, processes and services that affect the health and safety of the consumer or adversely affect the environment

The Division was established in 1993 in response to the advent of trade liberalization.

The Division inspects goods at a number of places including ports of entry, importers’ warehouses, and at retail outlets throughout the nation. Surveillance and surveys of products are also conducted.

At present the following classes of goods are inspected by the Implementation Division under the respective applicable standards:Kelly Harnarine

  • Automotive Products
  • Electrical Products
  • Textiles Products and Footwear
  • Pre-packaged Goods
  • Construction Goods and Special Projects

Please find more information about these in the sidebar.

Email: implementation@ttbs.org.tt

Tel: (868) 662-8827 Ext – 174, 246

  • Head, Implementation Division – Ext 188
  • Head, Outstations Unit – Ext 189
  • Head, Pre-packaged Goods Unit –Ext 196
  • Head, Textile Products and Footwear Unit – Ext 182
  • Head, Automotive Unit – Ext 186/250
  • Head, Appliance and Safety Products Unit –Ext 184
  • Head, Construction Goods and Special Projects – Ext 191

Document Processing & Goods Inspection
Customs documents are processed at the following stations of the Bureau:

  • Long Rooms, Customs House – Port of Spain and San Fernando
  • TTBS Head Office – Macoya
  • Container Examination Stations (CES) – Port of Spain and Pt. Lisas
  • Piarco Air Services Ltd (PASL) – El Socorro
  • Piarco Bonds – GAS/ SERVISAIR, BWIA, AMERIJET
  • TTBS Office – Piarco International Airport
  • Long Room, Customs House – Tobago
  • Piarco Bonds –GAS, SERVISAIR, BWIA, AMERIJET, ABL
  • SERVISAIR, Tobago (Tuesdays and Fridays )
  • Long Room, Customs House, Scarborough (Tuesdays and Fridays)

Documents Required for Processing:

All TTBS Import Inspection Documents (A and B) must be accompanied by copies of:

  • Customs Document Form C82
  • Caribbean Common Market (CARICOM) Invoice (if items listed)
  • Suppliers Invoice (if items not listed on CARICOM invoice)
  • TTBS or FCB Receipt for exact TTBS Payment (overpayments and underpayments will not be accepted). ONE IMPORTER PER RECEIPT

FAILURE TO PRODUCE COPIES OF ANY OF THESE DOCUMENTS WILL RESULT IN THE ENTRY DOCUMENTS NOT BEING PROCESSED

Inspection Sites:

  • Importers’ Premises
  • Container Examination Stations (CES) – Port of Spain and Pt. Lisas
  • TTBS Head Office – Macoya
  • Piarco Air Services Ltd (PASL) – El Socorro
  • Piarco Bonds – GAS/ SERVISAIR Bond-Tobago, BWIA, AMERIJET
  • Retail Outlets
  • TTBS South Office, Vehicle Maintenance Company of Trinidad and Tobago (VMCOTT) premises, Cross Crossing – San Fernando
  • TTBS North Office, Vehicle Maintenance Company of Trinidad and Tobago (VMCOTT) premises, Beetham Highway – Laventille
  • Servis Air Bond T – Tobago

USED ITEMS ARE INSPECTED AT THE PORTS OF ENTRY

 

Contact Us

Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards
1-2 Century Drive
Trincity Industrial Estate
Macoya , Tunapuna
Trinidad and Tobago , W.I
Tel: (868) 662-8827
Fax: (868) 663-4335
Email: ttbs@ttbs.org.tt
Website: www.ttbs.org.tt

Web mail

ISO Magazine

iso_mag