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Hakeem Dickson

Taking Leadership Role is Important to Prevent Accidents – DG, Lagos Safety Commission

November 7, 2017

    The Director General, Lagos State Safety Commission (LSC), Hon. Hakeem Dickson has reiterated the importance of taking a leadership role in health and safety, saying it would help prevent accidents that result in injuries and fatalities in the workplace and general environment in the country. The LSC boss stated this at the monthly […]

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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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“I am opposed to the myth that more accidents happen between September and December– Patrick Adenusi, President, Road Safety Coalition

December 5, 2016

  Mr. Patrick Adenusi is a respected road safety advocate in Nigeria. He is a Director of Safety Without Borders, an international road safety NGO, and President of Road Safety Coalition, a coalition of road safety-focused NGOs. In this interview with Safety Record Newspaper’s John Ogunsemore, he speaks on salient issues facing road safety in […]

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Peace Mass Transit: One Too Many Killings

Peace Mass Transit: One Too Many Killings

September 29, 2016

… Company advertises safety, despite several auto mishaps It was a pleasant experience on August 17; the first time Safety Record placed a call through to the customer care centre of a transport service provider, Peace Mass Transit – with the intention to seek information for this story. On the first ring, an auto-tune greeted the […]

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Road Accidents Kill 35 In 4 Months in Zamfara – FRSC

June 2, 2015

May 22, 2015 The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Zamfara Command, said a total of 35 persons died in road traffic accidents in the state between January and April, this year. The Sector Commander, Mr Amos Thliza, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Gusau on Friday. Thliza said […]

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