The Pest Management Association of Trinidad and Tobago (PMATT) invites you to complete its Survey. Your feedback is important as it will guide us and help us better plan the way ahead for the Association with you in mind.
This information will allow PMATT to develop programmes and member benefits that align with its mission, vision, and business model. By matching programmes and experiences to the needs and expectations of its members, the Association can deliver better value to its membership, and engage more meaningfully with its members and affiliates.
PMATT's Mission is to bring collaboration between pest management service providers and professionals, and to promote the highest level of business ethics, professionalism and best-practice industry standards through education and training, for the benefit of operators, their customers, and the environment.
The Association has gone through a rebranding process with a new logo and website. Website is to host upcoming training events, chat boards, advice services, links to articles of interest, links to other sites, and a place for members to submit articles, short stories and anecdotes.
The benefits of being a member of PMATT:
Improve your training.
Protect your profession.
Build your business.
Build your public image.
Connect and network with fellow professionals.
The core of PMATT’s membership is pest management operators, and at the moment, membership is free. The Association plans to roll out its financial membership drive in 2019 under the following categories:
An individual (company) that is duly registered in the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago (pest control company, landscape maintenance company, janitorial company, etc.) that provides pest management as part of their normal suite of services for remuneration. General Member is the only class of membership that has voting rights and has access to the full range of products and services of the Association.
Any person directly employed in the pest management industry - technician, manager, sales person, office administration, etc., that wishes to join the Association independent of a company.
Any state agency, e.g. Public Health Inspectorate, Regional Corporations, Insect Vector Control, EMA, etc.
Companies that do not provide pest control service to others but may run in-house pest control programmes.
Suppliers of goods and services to the pest management industry.
An individual as defined under “General Member” but is registered and based in a jurisdiction outside of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago.
An individual whose expertise and experience is recognised by PMATT and has been offered honorary membership. Honorary members may be asked to speak at PMATT functions, deliver training, provide consultancy, among other things. In return, honorary members would benefit from access to PMATT’s member base and compensation in kind.
PMATT will raise the public awareness of the importance of the pest management industry and the role of the pest management practitioner and professional in all industries, i.e. pest management, food manufacturers and distributors, landscaping and garden service, etc., in protecting property, health, and the environment.
It will also host both industry and public focus groups and consultations.
PMATT aims to lobby government and other relevant bodies on its members’ behalf to implement far-reaching legislative agenda, which will substantially raise service delivery, public safety, and improve members’ income.
PMATT will place great importance on promoting the highest standards of professionalism within the pest management industry in Trinidad and Tobago and play a major role in enhancing these through education and training.It will promote its Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct to members - in keeping with the requirements of the National Quality Policy of Trinidad and Tobago.
PMATT – NOW A MEMBER AND ON THE BOARD OF THE TTCSI
PMATT’s Chairman, Mr. Anthony Rostant – Ecological Termite Control Limited, has served on the Pesticides and Toxic Chemicals Control Board and is now a Director of the Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Service Industries (TTCSI). Mr. Rostant also holds the position of Chairman of the Membership Committee.
What is the TTCSI and what does this mean for PMATT?
PMATT members are service providers. The TTCSI is the national umbrella body in Trinidad and Tobago that brings together all service sector organisations and associations. It functions as a focal point to lobby, channel, and address trade in services issues and service development issues, which are critical for the service sector to thrive in the competitive global environment.
The TTCSI has the following objectives:
To provide national service providers with knowledge of export opportunities;
To identify and exploit market opportunities;
To encourage national service providers to engage in developing export programmes and promotional activities through collaboration locally, regionally and internationally;
To promote the further development and competitiveness of the national services sector;
To support and facilitate the development of industry standards;
To educate the national service providers on relevant aspects of trade agreements that affect trade in services;
To represent the interests of the national services sector, including lobbying Government and promoting fair multilateral rules for trade in services.
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