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Petrol retailers warn public about ‘mobile’ gas stations

The Jamaica Gasoline Retailers Association (JGRA) on Monday last warned a parliamentary committee reviewing the proposed Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Act, 2017 at Gordon House, to consider a developing trend of “mobile” petrol stations.

According to JGRA President Gregory Chung, the association is aware of the trend, and it is a growing concern for legal service station operators and a threat to public safety.

“These are mobile gas stations, and through the entrepreneurial spirit of our country they have found ways to circumvent all the different regulatory agencies that we report to, and they are moving around,” Chung informed the committee, chaired by minister of state in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Zavia Mayne.

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