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Safety Alert

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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Workplace Safety is Company Responsibility – Narayan Vasu Pillai, GM, Land Craft Steel Company

February 4, 2017

  The General Manager, Land Craft Industries Limited, Mr. Narayan Vasu Pillai has said that the safety of workers is majorly the employer’s responsibility which must be handled seriously. Pillai, an Indian, said this in a chat with Safety Record Newspaper at the Ikorodu, Lagos premises of the company on Thursday, January 19. This is […]

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Safety Concerns from Provision of Electricity in Communities

July 1, 2016

Ikeja Electric is blamed for people’s electrocution in spite of poor services and inflated bills.  Head, Corporate Communication Ikeja Electric, Felix Ofulue (27 May, 2016) “the rainy season is a period which is marked by increased rainfall, thunderstorms, high winds and floods, often witnesses an escalation of accidents in the electricity sector. Unfortunately many of […]

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3 things to consider while driving at night

April 28, 2016

Driving is a profession or an activity that requires undivided attention. Many lives had been lost and many bedridden because of one accident or the other that have occurred out of carelessness and lack of concentration while driving. Below are three things to consider on the wheel, while driving at night. After dark driving requires different […]

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5 Ways To Keep Your Family Healthy During Raining Season

April 28, 2016

Raining season is the period when communicable diseases are rampant. Diseases usually spread and common when the rain commences. Food infection, water infection, Cholera, Dengue, cold and flu are common diseases associated with the raining season. The following simple precaution can make you keep your family healthy and save you from paying bill unnecessarily at […]

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Averting Auto Crash This Christmas Period

December 6, 2015

A significant number of Nigeria’s over 160 million see the month of December as one opportunity to reunite with family and friends at Christmas; this they achieve by travelling a long distance on Nigerian deadly highways to their home towns or on holiday. Ember months are the last four months in a calendar year. The […]

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Recommended Safe Limits of Alcohol: keeping your Christmas drinking in check

December 4, 2015

The christmas season is upon us, and that means celebrating with families and friends. It’s also the time of year when we may push our limits when it comes to delicious cocktails and glasses of Champaign. But it’s important to keep our holiday drinking under control. What are the recommended safe limits of alcohol? Men […]

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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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September 16, 2014

    [vslider name=”vslider_options”] “It seems that risk aversion is the best excuse for the day when you want compliance. Every time something is banned or restricted it is because it’s a ‘safety requirement’. No wonder people think safety is an embuggerance! When we want to bamboozle people who don’t know the Act or Regulation […]

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