Business Continuity Planning Is Running Against The Tide In Nigeria – Philip Keshiro, MD/CEO, Disaster Recovery Institute (DRI) Nigeria

  Mr Philip Keshiro is the MD/CEO and Lead Consultant for Disaster Recovery Institute (DRI) Nigeria, which is into training and certification of business continuity and disaster recovery management professionals. In this interview with Safety Record Newspaper’s News Editor, John Ogunsemore, he talks about the profession and its challenges in Nigeria. Excerpt. May we meet […]

How Nigeria’s first Materials Recovery Facility is Protecting Workers and the Environment

Mrs. Lola Oresanwo is the Chief Operating Officer of WestAfricaENRG, owner-operator of Nigeria’s first Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) located in Alimosho, Lagos. In this interview with Safety Record Newspaper’s John Ogunsemore and Waheed Akinyemi, she talks about the company’s occupational safety and health and community affairs efforts. Excerpt.   First of all, what is WestAfricaENRG […]

Health and Safety Failure Leads to Critical Data Loss in Telecom Industry – Dike, Airtel HSE Manager

    The Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Manager, Airtel Nigeria, Mr. Emeka Dike has identified loss of “critical data” as a leading consequence of health and safety process failure within the telecommunication sector. He also revealed that the loss, if allowed to happen, could jeopardise the entire operations of any telecommunication firm. Dike made […]

Our International-Standard Materials Are Self-Produced – MD, H.K Ashimi General Cleaning Services

  Mr Adewale Ashimi is the Managing Director of H.K Ashimi Nigeria Limited, a general cleaning services company. A graduate of chemistry, he decided to venture into general cleaning services after extensive knowledge gathering in the United Kingdom. In this interview with Safety Record Newspaper’s John Ogunsemore, he discloses why his company is different from […]

We cannot expect the school to do everything; parents have to take greater responsibility for child safety – Ike Aigbogun-Osho, Founder, Safe Schools

  Ike Aigbogun-Osho is the Founder and Program Director of Safe Schools, an initiative powered by HSEWise, a safety information centre she started four years ago. The journey began back in the United Kingdom after her first degree in Biomedical Science from the University of Bedfordshire and masters in Health and Safety from Brunel University, […]


Safety Professionals Are Not Involved In Construction Design Process At Inception In Nigeria – Hassan Hassan, Group Health and Safety Advisor, BCL Nigeria Limited

  Hassan Hassan has certifications of 11 different professional bodies across facilities management, risk management, environmental health, estate surveying and valuation, and management. He is currently the Group Head of BCL Nigeria Limited. In this interview with Safety Record Newspaper’s Asst. Editor, Paul Mbagwu in his office in Lekki, Lagos, he spoke on controversies facing […]

“There is an issue on the Occupational Safety and Health Bill” – Alhaja Nofisat Arogundade, Pioneer Director of OSH, Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment

Alhaja Nofisat Arogundade recently retired from the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment after 35 years of meritorious service. While in service, she championed many initiatives to promote Occupational Safety and Health in Nigeria. In this interview with Safety Record Newspaper’s John Ogunsemore, she spoke about her life, career and the state of OSH in […]

“Only 300 of Over 6,000 Vehicles Checked Have Installed Speed Limiting Devices” – Hyginus Omeje, Lagos State Sector Commander of FRSC

  With the quest for safety of lives and property paramount on the agenda of the Federal Road Safety Corps this ‘Ember Months’, Safety Record Newspaper reached out to the Commission’s Lagos State Sector Commander, Mr. Hyginus Omeje, who tirelessly is pursuing to ensure that accidents on the highway are reduced to the barest minimum. […]