On January 24th, 2018, Sol Petroleum Bahamas Limited hosted a Robbery Deterrence Training for Esso Dealers and site managers. Mr. Neville Alleyne, Sol HSE Advisor, facilitated the training which focused primarily on robbery deterrence, proper cash handling practices, avoiding violence during a robbery and recovering after a robbery. The training was well received by all participants who now feel that they have the knowledge to deal with any future events of this nature.
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On December 15, 2017, Mr. Ronald Tackling celebrated the 45th anniversary of the management of the R&R Tackling Service Station in St. Maarten. He celebrated this major milestone with his staff and of course, the Sol St. Maarten team. In 1972, the service station first came under Tackling management through Mr. Tackling’s parents, under the Shell brand. It was subsequently passed to his late brother, Romero and after Romero’s passing, it was turned over to Mr. Ronald Tackling, who is the current manager under the Sol brand. The Sol team joined Mr. Tackling in a small celebration, where the team reflected on the success of R&R Tackling Service Station thus far.
Barbados: December 6, 2017 – SOL PETROLEUM (BARBADOS) SRL, (Sol) confirmed that the former employees of the Esso-branded service station at Black Rock are being reassured of the continued commitment of Sol in light of the recent management change at the service station. Word of this came from Ezra Prescod, General Manager of Sol Barbados, who asserted that Sol had been assured by the former dealer that all of the dealer’s employees would be satisfactorily compensated in an expeditious manner.
In the interim, Sol, the licensed distributor of Esso in Barbados, has been proactively seeking to find alternate placements for the majority of the staff. “We are in the process of contacting the affected employees of the former dealer and we are actively working with those who are interested in relocating within our network,” Mr. Prescod stated, adding that interviews with some of these employees are being conducted. He was pleased to confirm that alternate placement has already been given to some of the interviewees, and he reassured that Sol’s primary concern is the well-being of the staff.
“Because of the sensitive nature of the changes, we were sure to provide the former retailer of the station with notice in early October, ahead of the contractually stipulated 30-day notice period,” said Prescod.
As a result of the management change, the contracts of the former service station operator’s employees were concluded. The General Manager also confirmed that they have reached out to the incoming operator who pledged to consider the current team members when staffing the renovated station.
The Black Rock Service station changed management on December 1 and has been temporarily closed to facilitate structural upgrades and essential maintenance in line with Sol’s Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy.
The site is scheduled to reopen on December 15, 2017. Sol thanked the members of the former management team and staff of Black Rock Service Station for their contribution to its operations.
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