September 2nd, 2015
Office of the Chief Secretary



TEMA on the go ....
Tropical Storm Erica

Tropical Storm Erika hits Dominca

Over the last week tropical storm Erika affected the country of Dominica, leaving thousands of persons without electricity and in worst cases without...
Sargassum Weed 21

Sargassum Seaweed declared a Natural Disaster

The Tobago House of Assembly has declared the invasion of the Sargassum Seaweed that of a natural disaster. What is sargassum Seaweed? Pelagic...
Accident In Cville

Bus overturned in Charlotteville

On Wednesday 25th June 2015 a white bus containing nine (9) persons overturned in the vicinity of Charlotteville. The incident occurred at...
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Embassy of Japan visits the Tobago Emergency Management Agency

Mr. Yoshinori Doi- Chief Consultant of the Grant Assistance for Grass- Roots Human Security Projects, of the Embassy of Japan visited the Tobago...

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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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