Lekki flood: How to stay SAFE if it RETURNS
Jul11

Lekki flood: How to stay SAFE if it RETURNS

Lekki flood: How to stay SAFE if it RETURNS – which is a huge possibility. In all honesty, this is the first time I have heard of “flood” in Nigeria. What planet have I been living in?! Flood in quote because of the magnitude of this particular one. Many have blamed the Eko Atlantic project. Others have blamed developers for cutting corners and building without proper planning. Many have blamed the government for...

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SAFEtagious 1.0 – Done and Dusted!
Jun15

SAFEtagious 1.0 – Done and Dusted!

SAFEtagious! A family safety event. Shade a 15-year old meets a rich spoilt boy online! Wow her dreams have certainly come through! They actually made plans to hook up after school on Friday! The meeting? Resulted in her being drugged, beaten, robbed and raped! Something that could have been prevented if only her dad had just taken action when he knew Shade was lying about her Friday afternoon plans. This is the storyline on which...

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We simply can’t for Health and Safety reasons! Duh!
Mar09

We simply can’t for Health and Safety reasons! Duh!

There are so many things employers dodge doing purely for Health and Safety reasons! In this post, I give you 3 good reasons why that shouldn’t be your excuse to avoid certain tasks or activities. We can’t take the children swimming for Health and Safety reasons. Visitors are not allowed into the garden for Health and Safety reasons. It is wrong to have dancers at the event because of… blah blah blah. Ever had that...

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How ready is your organization for a Safety Incentive Program (SIP)?
Feb28

How ready is your organization for a Safety Incentive Program (SIP)?

A Safety Incentive Program? What a fabulous way to get everyone at work involved in safety activities and talking about them! Who wouldn’t like to receive an award or a gift for their contribution and commitment to Safety? I would! However, having a SIP can easily turn into a nightmare especially in our beloved Nigeria where corruption is like having breakfast. Yep I have come to realise that corruption is so normal! I went to a...

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Collapsed Buildings: Managing Contractors
Dec13

Collapsed Buildings: Managing Contractors

This guest post was written by a friend Dayo Olumodeji. I had planned to write on this particular collapsed building but he tagged me in his LinkedIn update and mehn, I was blown away just reading it. He did too much justice to the topic, I just had to ask to republish it on my site here. So happy reading. In the wake of the recent church building collapse on Saturday 10th December, 2016 which took away the lives of innocent...

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