Local and International Affiliates

Local Affiliates

Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce

Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce

Vision: “To be the voice of business in the ongoing development towards a strong sustainable national economy.”

Mission: “To seek the interests of our members and the wider business community by forging a sustainable framework for successful business through effective advocacy, representation, facilitation and enablement of legitimate and responsible enterprise.”

Company In 2014, celebrated 135 years of distinguished service to the business sector, and since establishment on March 14th 1879, has lobbied on behalf of members’ interests. The Chamber has made a profound impact on the conduct of business and development of the national economy.

Rotary International

Rotary International

History: Paul P. Harris formed one of the world’s first service organizations, the Rotary Club of Chicago, on 23 February 1905 as a place where professionals with diverse backgrounds could exchange ideas and form meaningful, lifelong friendships. Rotary’s name came from the group’s early practice of rotating meetings among the offices of each member.

How does Rotary works? Our impact starts with our members—people who work tirelessly with their clubs to solve some of our communities’ toughest challenges. Their efforts are supported by Rotary International, our member association, and The Rotary Foundation, which turns generous donations into grants that fund the work of our members and partners around the world. Rotary is led by our members—responsible leaders who help to carry forward our organization’s mission and values in their elected roles.

Rotary International supports and fight causes by helping clubs focus their service efforts in promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies. Motto: “Service Above Self”

Magic Mist affiliation with Rotary International since 2010

Queen's Hall

Queen’s Hall – is the region’s leading Performing Arts Centre, was built in 1959 through the efforts of the music community led by Mrs. May Johnstone, a music teacher and partially funded by the Government of Trinidad & Tobago. Queens Hall was incorporated by an Act of Parliament (No 20 of 1969 and amended by Act No12 of 1986)

It is designed as a multipurpose facility to accommodate theatrical presentations and various community activities including sport and has seating for 782. The Hall is located on 3 ½ acres of land in St. Ann’s, Port of Spain; it borders both the President House and the Prime Minister’s residence.

The Patrons of Queens Hall is a voluntary, not-for-profit organization. Membership is open to the public. Patrons assist the Queen’s Hall Board of Management to maintain international technical stands when necessary and are committed to developing the Performing Arts.

San Juan Business Association

San Juan Business Association, was formed in 1990 and represents the interest and represents the interest of the business community in the San Juan region and environs.

Global Affiliations


BSCAI is the leading source of information to address all building service and labor management needs – from maintenance to security, from staffing and financials. BUILDING SERVICE CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION was officially formed in March 1965; BSCAI serves the needs of the industry with a wide-range of services, such as:

BSCAI members benefit by taking advantage of all the networking and educational opportunities year-round.

Magic Mist Services Limited has been a professional member since 1984, through our professional membership, the Association’s Educational training programs and services have assisted our organization to maintain its high quality of standards.

Some Service Team Members attended the Association’s annual convention and trade showing the USA.

In 1986-1987 and 1989-1990, Magic Mist was honored by the Association for our “OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE SAFETY RECORD”. Also, in 1987 and 1989 two (2) of our custodians were issued certificates of honorable mention in the BSCAI “CUSTODIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD” program.

Again, in 2004 three (3) of our Custodians were again issued certificated of honorable mention in the BSCAI “CUSTODIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD” program.

1n April, 2005 our Group Executive Chairman was asked to present a paper on alongside other international speakers from England, Australia and Canada.

Our professional membership has been, and will continue to be very beneficial our company.

World Federation of Building Service Contractors

The World Federation of Building Service Contractors is a dynamic union of national and international associations as well as individual contracting companies, manufacturers and suppliers from around the globe.

The result of this union is an international forum in which contractors, manufacturers and suppliers to the industry can address and solve problems of common concern, exchange new ideas and techniques, and promote the building service contracting industry.

General Objectives

  • Promote global recognition of the size, scope, role and value of the professional building service contractor.
  • Increase the knowledge and improve the professional competence of its members by offering global educational forums.
  • Increase member awareness of industry similarities and differences worldwide.
  • Generate and maintain a professional and social relationship between its associate members (manufacturing companies) and other WFBSC members (contractors).
  • Utilize volunteer and professional staff resources efficiently in order to achieve the aims of the WFBSC and the expectations of member contractors and associates.

We have been a Member since 1984.


ISSA was founded in the year 1923. The association grew from its

Few founding members to worldwide organization, and in 1966, to reflect its growing international membership, the association changed its name to International Sanitary Supply Association. Then in 2005, the association embraced cleaning service providers, prompting the association to change its name and tagline simply to: ISSA—The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association making it 85 years.

ISSA is the worldwide cleaning industry association, ISSA’s global membership includes more than 5,800 distributor, manufacturer, building service contractor, and in-house service provider companies.

ISSA offers the industry’s largest cleaning shows around the world; a vast array of educational videos and resources; networking on local, national, and international levels; industry management standards; legislative and regulatory services; and industry news specifically focused on the world’s cleaning community.

ISSA offers members a world of benefits while allowing you to connect with Industry experts, Suppliers and peers in the Cleaning Industry Internationally.


San Juan Business Association

San Juan Business Association, was formed in 1990 and represents the interest and represents the interest of the business community in the San Juan region and environs.

Global & Local Achievements

Arthur C. Barraclough Community Service Award

Arthur C. Barraclough Community Service Award 2013: This award recognizes volunteer efforts and generous acts for charities and the community. The winner receives a crystal award that can be prominently displayed in their lobby, and BSCAI will make a cash donation to a charity of their choice.

BSCAI's Safety Awards

BSCAI’s Safety Awards is given to companies with the best safety records, and are awarded plaques which are presented to the winners at BSCAI/ISSA annual convention. Magic Mist Services Limited is proud to have received BSCAI Safety Award on three occasions: 2013, 2014 and 2015

STOW - Local Certification

Magic Mist Services Limited is a certified STOW Contractor since 2013. STOW-TT is a joint initiative of the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago (ECTT), the Point Lisas Energy Association (PLEA) and the Association of Upstream Operators of Trinidad & Tobago (AUOTT), to prequalify contractors in the energy sector, in a consistent manner. This is achieved through the creation of standardized minimum health, safety and environmental (HSE) requirements for prequalifying contractors and an independent system for certifying contractors.