November 21st, 2014
Office of the Chief Secretary



TEMA on the go ....
Tobago Rough Seas

Northerly Swells affecting Trinidad and Tobago

The Tobago Emergency Management Agency has been advised by the Meteorological Services Crown Point that we will be experiencing Northerly Swells...

Inclement Weather to continue to affect Trinidad and Tobago 14th November 2014

Information gathered from the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service advises that we are currently not under any Tropical Storm Threat, Watch or...

Ebola Virus Disease

What is Ebola? Ebola, previously known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, is a rare and deadly disease caused by infection with one of the Ebola virus...
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Missing Young man at sea

At approximately 10:45am on Saturday 18th 2014 a relative of Mr. Lawrence Kerr contacted 211, alerting that Mr Lawrence of Lanse Fourmi Tobago was...

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Weather Advisory


TEMA 660-7489
FIRE 639-2222
TEMS 639-4444
POLICE 639-2512/1200
COAST GUARD 639-1461
REGIMENT 639-3443
T&TEC 639-2015
TSTT 639-2482
WASA 639-9272
The Tobago Emergency Management Agency was first established as the National Emergency Management Agency, in accordance with the Tobago House of Assembly, Executive Council Minute No.64 of March 09, 1998. By the directive given to TEMA along with the support of the National Disaster Management System, the island of Tobago would benefit from a comprehensive disaster management approach, focused on prevention, preparation and mitigation against disasters, as well as, emergency response, rehabilitation and recovery form disaster events.
TEMA’s Director Allan Stewart has reassured that we are in the rainy/hurricane period. According to Stewart, Trinidad and Tobago is currently in the rainy season, more so into the active hurricane period.

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