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Dangers of charging phone on bed

Also, they warn that it is important to use a compatible charger with your phone, or better still, use the charger that came with the phone. Nonetheless, whatever safety precaution you observe, always remember not to...........

3 men in court for hitting Ikeja Electric staff with block

Ikeja Electric. SAFETY RECORD
The police on Tuesday arraigned three men - Alabi Tayo, 40, Olufemi Sangokeye, 37, and Lekan Lawal, 28 - before an Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court. They were arraigned for allegedly hitting two of the staff of Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IKEDC) while on official duties with moulded block. The defendants, whose residential addresses were not provided, are facing a three-count-charge of...

Egbin Power Celebrates Safety Week, Zero Loss Time Injury

Egbin Power Plc, Nigeria's largest power generating plant, recently marked 3 million man-hour work with zero loss time injury, Safety Record can authoritatively report. The company's Community and Media Relations Officer, Stella Olugbemi, disclosed this during the Egbin Power’s safety week celebration. She explained that the event serves to appreciate the company's hardworking staff as well as persons actively involved in...

JUST IN: Fire destroys 150MVA TCN transformer in Edo

Fire razes 150MVA TCN transformer in Edo
A Sunday morning fire has damaged a 150MVA transformer belonging to the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) and located at the 330/132/33KVA substation along Sapele Road, Benin in Edo State. According to a witness, Mr Osaigbovo Ikponmwosa, the fire started following an explosion in the transformer at 8am. “We have been here since the fire started and the state fire service...

Ikeja Electric vows to protect staff against assault

Ikeja-Electric. SAFETY RECORD
Peeved by incessant attacks on its staff, Ikeja Electric has vowed to ensure the prosecution of anyone that engages in the act. The company made this known in a statement signed by its Head of Corporate Communications, Mr Felix Ofulue and made available to the media on Monday, May 27. He said that the company has zero tolerance for assault on...

AEDC tackles TCN over cause of Apo Transmission fire

Apo transmission fire
The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has disagreed with the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN)'s assessment that one of the Disco's feeders caused the Sunday  fire at the Apo Transmission Station, Abuja. General Manager, Corporate Communications of AEDC, Mr Fadipe Oyebode made the clarification in a Tuesday, April 30 statement. The TCN had in a statement blamed the AEDC's feeder for causing...

Schneider Electric Sensitises Traders On Safety

Schneider Electric
Energy management firm, Schneider Electric and stakeholders on Wednesday, March 20 embarked on a road show to sensitise Lagos traders on the benefits of procuring genuine electrical products. The two-day road show, which was aimed at mass enlightenment of the public on safety, saw the company’s staff, partners and some stakeholders including electricians, distributors, and retailers tour Lagos Island and Oshodi electrical...

EEDC tops 2018 NEMSA safety ranking

EEDC
For the second consecutive year, the Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) has been adjudged the overall best in Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency (NEMSA) Safety Ranking. EEDC made this known in a Monday, March 11 statement signed by its Head of Communications Department, Emeka Ezeh. According to the statement, EEDC topped the NEMSA safety rating 2018, like it did in 2017. The...

IBEDC hits 365 days without LTI

IBEDC
The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) has achieved 365 days of Lost Time Injury (LTI)-free operations. This, the company said, translated to 1.6 million safe man-hours. The Head, Branding and Corporate Communication, IBEDC, Mrs Angela Olanrewaju, made the disclosure in a statement on Thursday. According to the statement, the company achieved the milestone due to the emphasis it placed on safety which...

NEMSA Disconnects 1,205 Premises Under High-Tension Power Lines

  Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency (NEMSA) says its directive to distribution companies on buildings under Right -Of -Ways (ROW) of power lines has resulted in disconnection of 1,205 premises between October 2017 and December 2018. NEMSA’s Managing Director, Mr Peter Ewesor said this in a document made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Friday. NAN reports...

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