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Driver Psychology (A Behavioral Perspective of Driving) Part 1

By Prince Adeyemi Olalekan A. INTRODUCTION Hardly can one go through a copy of any Nigeria daily Newspaper without seeing a report of Road Traffic Crashes (RTC) on our road. RTC constitutes major causes of death and loss of properties in the country. Road traffic crashes have therefore assumed a social and health problem of our time and psychology is...

7 Tips for Planning Workplace Emergencies for Small Business Owners

Have you ever thought about how your business would cope in an emergency? Many business owners either do not like to think about emergencies or feel the risk is not enough to spend time and resources planning for one. A large-scale emergency could cause your business to grind to a halt, affecting your employees, customers, your equipment and even your...

140 NSCDC personnel trained on fire disaster management

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The Anambra State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) has trained at least 140 personnel on fire disaster management. The training took place in Awka on Wednesday, May 22. State Commandant, Obiageli Obiagulu disclosed that before the Federal Government adopted the corps as a security agency, it used to be a voluntary organisation whose mandate was disaster management. She therefore...

School Safety / Security

There has been much dialogue on this issue especially since the unfortunate incident in Dapchi town in Maiduguri where 110 girls were abducted after the Chibok incident. Many have advocated that the Military, Police, and even the Civil Defence Corps should be posted to schools. I would want to say that the call to post uniform men to school will...

How to Reduce Deaths from Road Traffic Accidents

By Desire Obanefe According to the National Bureau of Statistics, “a total of 8,437 Nigerians got injured in the road traffic crashes recorded in the second quarter of 2018. 7,946 of the 8,437 Nigerians that got injured, representing 94% of the figure, are adults while the remaining 491 Nigerians, representing 6% of the figure are children. 6,415 male Nigerians, representing...

Sitting Disease: The Slow, Silent and Sedentary Killer of the Nigerian Workforce

An average Nigerian worker spends a total of about 10 hours sitting each day, and may be at risk of the ‘Sitting Disease’. And if you are like the 51 million Nigerian workers, you sit all day for your job. Add to that the time you spend sitting in traffic to and from work; on the couch after work...

Food Packaging Safer In Glassware than Plastics – Expert

An ecologist, Mr Richard Inyamkume, has said that it is safer to use glassware in packaging or storing food instead of plastic materials. Inyamkume, the Executive Director, Ambassadors of Dialogue, Climate and Reintegration, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), said this on Thursday, January 25 in Abuja. He said that it was also safer to use glassware to package or store both hot...

Food For Thought from Innovations That Have Led To Road Safety

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Editorial  According to the 2010 edition of “Injury facts” between 1912 and 2008 motor vehicle death per 10,000 registered vehicles were reduced by 95 per cent from 33 to less than two. In 1912, there were 3100 fatalities when the number of vehicles registered totalled only 950,000. In 2008, there were 39,000 fatalities, but registration soared to 258 million. Much of...

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Your Safety As You Use Your Generator

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By Funmi Obisesan Electricity is no doubt a very essential necessity in modern life. For artisans and small business owners like barbers, hairdressers and so on, regular electricity supply is actually an important tool required for the smooth running of their businesses. In the same vein, religious organisations rely on the supply of electricity for a comfortable atmosphere during their services. The...

Ergonomics can prevent health hazards, increase productivity at work – Expert

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A Consultant Ergonomics Physiotherapist, Dr Chris Okafor, has lamented the low awareness of ergonomics despite its numerous benefits in Nigeria. Okafor described ergonomics as science that deals with the individual, how he fits into the work environment in relations to his health and productivity at the office. According to him, many workers are developing complications including back, neck pains and other musculoskeletal...
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