St. Kitts-Nevis Insurance Company (SNIC) hosts Drivers Education Seminar
ZIZ News…October 9, 2012 — In keeping with its pledge to “take good care” of its clients the St. Kitts-Nevis Insurance Company Limited (SNIC) hosted its second Driver Education Seminar on Sunday 7th October 2012, at the Ocean Terrace Inn (OTI).
Over forty (40) omni and taxi bus drivers from the various associations on St. Kitts, along with independent operators, were in attendance for the interactive forum, which featured presentations by a team of professionals addressing the following topical areas:
Inspector Cromwell Henry, RSCNPF Traffic Department
The Impact of Accidents on Road Safety
Dr. Patrick Martin, Chief Medical Officer
Legal Implications of Serious Accidents
Ms. Keisha Spence, Legal Practitioner, Kelsick, Wilkin, and Ferdinand
Treating Your Business As A Business
Mr. Steve Farier, General Manager, St. Kitts-Nevis Finance Company (FINCO)
Insurance and the Driver
Mr. Carl Thompson, General Manager, St. Kitts-Nevis Insurance Company (SNIC)
Immediately following the discussions, participants openly expressed their views on the various subjects and offered suggestions for the way forward for all concerned.
The company then recognized Mr. Edmund Johnson, a long standing client for his years of service (which spans some two decades). He was presented with a token of appreciation, as one of the first clients to do business with the Company.
According to Mr. Nicolas Menon, Executive Director with responsibility for Insurance within the TDC Group, who also participated in the activity, “this initiative underscores SNIC’s commitment to the public. We believe it is important to keep our drivers well informed of their roles. As such, it was specifically developed to inform and educate, with the aim of making them more knowledgeable, as they strive to be reliable motorists.”
The curtains came down on a successful evening with the closing exercises that included the distribution of Corporate gifts to the respective speakers for their contribution and light refreshments.
SNIC will continue to participate in the TDC is YOU Campaign, with a series of activities creatively designed to work with and support programmes that help to build stronger, and more responsible communities.