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How You May Be ‘Killing’ Your Child – Medical Expert

April 8, 2017

  The Director of Clinical Services, Babcock University Teaching Hospital, Dr John Obafemi Sotunsa has warned parents against giving children high-calorie, high-fat food, saying it leads to child obesity which has been found to be a major cause of diabetes and cardiac-related complications. He disclosed this while delivering a lecture at the American Society of […]

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Snapchat Hackers: 5 Ways to Protect Your Family

April 7, 2017

  In 2014, photo sharing service Snapchat ran afoul of hackers after the company claimed it had no knowledge of any security vulnerabilities. To prove that such loopholes existed, attackers lifted the usernames and phone numbers of 4.6 million Snapchat users and made them available on a public website. Although the site was immediately taken […]

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Identity Theft Prevention Tips For Facebook Users

April 7, 2017

  Identity theft protection is a must for all computer users, and that extends to social media such as Facebook. Because of the very nature of social networking sites — where people are encouraged to share personal information — users are automatically at risk of becoming victims of identity theft. Facebook users should be aware […]

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Runway Safety and the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria Position

April 7, 2017

    Introduction Runway Safety is a significant challenge and a top priority for Airport operations. Safety on runways is inevitably of great importance to Aerodrome operators whose intention is to avoid or mitigate all foreseeable risks of accidents occurring from runway Incursion, Excursion, Confusion and FOD. The issues of runway incursion, excursion, confusion, FOD […]

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Including Safety Modules into School Curriculum, How Ready Is the Government

March 29, 2017

  Children by their very nature are curious and could give anything to learn. In an article on The Huffington Post: “Hugging Our Inner Child, Not Our Chaos,” Yehuda Berg noted that as children, our imaginations are vibrant, and our hearts are open. We believe that the bad guy always loses and that the tooth […]

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Substance Abuse: Ingenuity of Complex Mixtures Flood Lagos Suburbs

March 8, 2017

  Tanimola, 18, a secondary school dropout and self-confessed substance addict now spends time with friends in the Alimosho area of Lagos.   When our reporter met him at Bollar junction, Ijegun in Alimosho local government area of Lagos, an area notorious for harbouring miscreants, in his hands was a bottle of Lacasera soft drink diluted […]

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Safety Professionals Decry Akwa Ibom Church Building Collapse

January 11, 2017

  Some safety professionals in the country have decried the recent Akwa Ibom church building collapse that left no fewer than 32 persons dead and 37 persons injured. In separate chats with Safety Record Newspaper, President of the Nigerian chapter of American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Herbert Nwaka, and Akwa Ibom State Branch Chairman […]

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6 Things your kids must know about home safety

December 6, 2016

  It is imperative for our kids to be informed about things that pertain to their safety at home. As parents, we owe it a duty to keep informing them and lay good examples so that when they need to take quick action regarding their own safety, they would not be caught napping. Remember that […]

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What is Ergonomics (or human factors)?

December 6, 2016

  Ergonomics literally means the science or study of work. It is about designing for people, wherever they interact with products, systems or processes. It is the science of fitting “jobs to workers” and “products to consumers”.   The emphasis within ergonomics is to ensure that designs complement the strengths and abilities of people and […]

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FASHION HAZARD

November 9, 2016

  Joy Ikems Fashion encompasses the processes and products aimed at achieving a cool and hip look, comfortability and inner self-expression. But in recent times, immodesty in the fashion sense of today’s youths is on the increase. Even little children are caught in the act because their parents see fashion as a different ball game […]

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