Safety Professionals Seek Government Intervention in ISPON Crisis

    A cross section of safety professionals in Nigeria has called on the federal government to intervene in the crisis rocking the Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON). The safety professionals severally made the call sequel to an open letter written and circulated by the Safety Advocacy and Empowerment Foundation (SAEF), an influential […]

ISPON Factional Leadership Inaugurated

ISPON Factional Leadership Inaugurated   The Malgwi Yusuf Haruna-led factional leadership of the Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON) has been inaugurated, Safety Record Newspaper can report. In a Facebook post by the factional Deputy President, Mr Edward Uni Ajobo, the Governing Board Council was inaugurated at a meeting which held at the Delta […]

Egina FPSO Will Enhance Our Safety Regulatory Capacity- NIMASA DG

  . …as FPSO Set to Arrive Nigeria in August The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Dakuku Peterside has said the on-going construction of the multi-billion dollar Egina Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) project will increase the knowledge base of NIMASA as a safety administration and enhance […]

Oyo State Government to Support FRSC in Road Safety

  In demonstration of its pacesetter status especially as the cradle of road safety campaigns in the country, the government of Oyo state has pledged to support the initiative of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in its commitment to sustained road safety campaigns in the state and the country at large. The State Governor, […]

SON Intercepts N8bn Cloned ‘Made-in-Nigeria’ Cables

  The Standards Organisation of Nigeria has intercepted over N8 billion worth of substandard electrical cables. The cables, according to the organisation, are cloned versions of 20 popular Nigerian brands and shipped from China into the country. The cables were discovered in two residential buildings in the Ajangbadi area of Lagos State by the enforcement […]

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Lagos as Building Collapse Capital of Nigeria

  Since the Lekki building collapse that killed 30 persons in March 2016, complete or partial building collapses appear to have spiked in Lagos, with no fewer than six major cases recorded between April and June 2017, leading to more than a dozen deaths. Recent cases of building collapse On April 27, 2017, an uncompleted […]