Oyeyemi stressed the importance of safety during this period of the year where road activities are always at its highest.
“If you are not experienced, you will not know the differences between the genuine and fake electrical materials. “We emphasise on these steps to be taken by the public because electrical hazards are very dangerous.
The research which was carried out in China had 72.6 percent of parents complain of their children suffering nearsightedness due to exposure to mobile phones and other electronic gadgets.
The 29 members expelled by the Dr. Nnamdi Ilodiuba-led Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON) have rejected their expulsion. The rejection came in a letter released by Mr. Benson Adam-Otite, who signed as Registrar, and addressed to members of the institute. Adam-Otite sent a copy of the letter dated August 15, 2019, to Safety Record. This newspaper reported on Thursday that...
He explained that the newly instituted committee had been mandated to carry out all necessary investigations as regards the incident and as such were given a week to complete that task.
The Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON), the statutory body responsible for regulating safety management in Nigeria, says it has expelled 29 "recalcitrant" members in a bid to move the institute forward. This was disclosed in a communique issued at the end of a Joint Emergency Meeting of the governing board and branch chairmen of the institute held on...
The report also shows that a total of 147 persons were rescued from fire incidents in the state during the 1 year period.
Mr Clement Oladele, The Ogun State Sector Commander of the FRSC, confirmed that the accident which occurred around Redemption Camp main gate at Mowe involved a Volkswagen car with registration number EGB 608 XA and a bus with registration number LSD 933 XQ.