COVID-19 Impact on Guyana: March 23 Situation Report

The seaports have been closed since Saturday, March 21st, with the exception of merchant ships. The Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) stipulated that no shore leave and crew exchange shall be granted to crews currently on board vessels until further notice. Although there may be exemptions, there is currently no definition of which specific merchant vessels/sectors …

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Driving in Guyana

When a client asks us to evaluate the risk profile of a given Latin American business operation, one of the most significant components is ground transportation of people. A Baker Hughes HSE report put it simply: “Driving is the most serious risk any of us face each day.” Whether it be moving people around the …

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Election-Driven Security Concerns

The March 2nd federal election is the foremost short-term concern of the country managers and security directors we’ve been speaking with. If the global wave of populist ire can lead to damaging demonstrations in Hong Kong and Paris, it would certainly seem to be possible in Georgetown, Guyana. Nonetheless, those who observed the Coalition & …

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