The Public Services Association is the largest most powerful Trade Union representing over 80,000 workers from over 100 public service organizations in Trinidad and Tobago.

Who we are

The Public Services Association of Trinidad and Tobago (PSA) is a trade union representing over 80’000 workers from over 100 public services nationally. Originally known as the Civil Service Association, the PSA is a not-for-profit organisation registered in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

From our rich history, having represented the causes of our members, we’ve created along the path of our history edifices that lend testimony to the courage, resilience and foresight of those who’ve led our organization. We are confident that our institution has etched for itself an indelible mark in the annals of Trinidad and Tobago

Our Approach

By forging an inclusive approach to labour relations, we will create an informed, motivated and empowered Public Officer who is respected, well compensated and enjoys sustainable work.

Vision Statement

A learning organization, re-defining benchmarks of advocacy in the arena of Industrial Relations, expanding the range of economic and social benefits, and promoting cultural awareness among those within our community of interests, through strategic alliances.  

Mission Statement

Providing quality uncompromising representation to our diverse membership, under the guidance of strong leadership in an environment of trust, integrity and respect for moral and ethical principles and the Constitution of the PSA 

Meet Our Leaders

FELISHA THOMAS
First Vice President

SUSAN P. GREY
General Secretary

WATSON SOLOMON DUKE
Former President of the Public Services Association & Political Leader of the Progressive Democratic Patriots. (PDP)

AVINASH MAHARAJH
Second Vice President

RIA RALPH-WATSON
Deputy General Secretary

Know Your Constitution!

Our History

Learn more about the history of the PSA.

Services

Learn about services offered to our members.

Why Join?

There is strength in numbers. Join the movement.

PSA & PDP

Championing real and tangible benefits for our members.

PSA Insights

Ordinary members explain their daily challenges and why they have chosen to be active union members.

Sonia Johnson
Arima Borough Corporation

Alicia Mark Baptiste
Town & Country Division

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