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2018


Date: November 9th, 2018

Red Carpet : 4 p.m

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Special Report

Calabar Incident: Dangers of Erecting Buildings under High Tension Wires

May 7, 2017

  Erecting structures under Right of Way (ROW) of power transmission and distribution cables is a dangerous project. However, because of poor law enforcement and negligence, there is a proliferation of such structures across the country. Speaking with safety professionals, VICTORY BERNARD examines the implications behind the viewing centre electrocution in Calabar, Cross River State […]

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Trauma Care: Total Commitment to Emergency Response

March 9, 2017

…Providing support on trauma care for proper emergency response Trauma has become a silent epidemic in Nigeria, an epidemic that will only spread as the economy grows. It is commonplace for bystanders at the scenes of accidents to look on mouth agape, hands on the head, watching in concern as accident victims wriggle in pain, […]

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Fresh Controversy Rocks Lagos ISPON Over Bank Account Signatory

March 8, 2017

  The crisis rocking the Lagos branch of the Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPoN) has taken a new turn following fresh controversy over the addition of another signatory to the branch’s account. A member of the institute’s Governing Board, Chief Innocent Okunamiri was purportedly added as a signatory to the branch’s account with […]

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Lagos branch chairman of ISPON, Engr. Timothy Iwuagwu

Mixed Reactions Trail Iwuagwu’s Emergence as ISPoN Lagos Chairman

November 7, 2016

With uncertainty surrounding the outcome of the October 7 election of members of the state executive committee of the Lagos branch of the Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPoN), Safety Record Newspaper‘s, Otu Nkpoidet, who monitored the exercise, report issues that played out during the election. Some stakeholders also bared their minds on the […]

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Controversy surrounds status of safety professionals in Lagos state

May 9, 2016

With the number of Occupational Health and Safety Professionals increasing by the day in Nigeria, Lagos State Safety Commission (LSSC) and Institute of Safety Professionals are at loggerhead on how to take control of the registration and regulation of the professionals in Lagos state The landscape of the Occupational Health and Safety (HSE) in Nigeria […]

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Religious organisations and road safety education

December 6, 2015

The World Health Organisation Reports revealed that about 1.4 million deaths and over 50 million injuries are attributed to road accidents every year globally with most of them occurring in African Countries (including Nigeria). Nigeria was recently ranked as the third country with the highest rate of accidents and fatalities among 193 countries and thereby […]

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Building Collapse in Nigeria:  An Urgent Wakeup Call for a Lasting Solution

September 15, 2015

The spate of building collapse in Nigeria in recent times has become very alarming and worrisome, resulting in the loss of many lives and properties, such that  many property owners have developed high blood pressure and some have been sent to their early graves, due to their inability to absorb the shock of their losses. […]

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Weak Regulation and Offshore Safety in Nigeria

September 15, 2015

Stakeholders in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry have blamed increasing accidents in the sector to weak regulation. Ejiofor Alike examines the views of stakeholders at a recent Health, Safety and Environment conference organised by the Department of Petroleum Resources. The issue of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) is of strategic importance in the global […]

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Recent Bristow Helicopter Crash in Lagos

September 15, 2015

In the wake of the recent Bristow Helicopter Crash, the management has issued a post mortem analysis of the event and issued it to the public. Appreciation We would like to appreciate all the agencies and officials that took part in responding during the recent Bristow Helicopter crash. Review of the incident From reports we […]

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Incessant Tanker Explosions, what is the way forward?

July 8, 2015

Akinyemi Waheed The spate of fuel tanker explosions across the country in recent times which has led to several deaths, distress and loss of property worth several billions of naira, has shown the lack of safety education among tanker drivers who do not fully understand the risks involved in the nature of their job. Between […]

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