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SPREAD LOVE NOT NOISE POLLUTION AT VALENTINE

The Lagos State Government has appealed to residents of the State particularly the leisure and entertainment business operators to comply with environmental laws guiding their businesses during the forthcoming Valentine’s Day celebration, urging them to “spread love and not noise.”  This appeal was contained in a statement jointly released by the General Manager, Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA), Dr. Dolapo Fasawe and the Director-General, Lagos State Safety Commission (LSSC), …

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LAGOS WARNS ITS RESIDENTS AGAINST FRAUDSTERS

The Director-General of the Lagos State Safety Commission, Lanre Mojola, has warned Lagosians against the activities of fraudsters parading themselves as workers of the commission. Mojola, who decried the activities of fraudsters while addressing members of officials of the commission on Thursday, urged members of the public to disregard any purported summons, abatement notices and seal orders. He said the …

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SAFETY EXPERTS PROFFER SOLUTIONS TO FIRE OUTBREAKS IN LAGOS

The Director-General, Lagos Safety Commission, Mr. Lanre Mojola has reiterated the commitment Lagos State Government to combating fire incidents in the State, adding that there is a need for concerted efforts by all stakeholders to ensure fire incidents are drastically reduced in Lagos. Mojola stated this in his address at the 2nd Fire Conference organised by Lagos State Safety Commission, in …

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LASG: ZERO TOLERANCE TO SAFETY VIOLATORS.

The Lagos State Government has declared zero tolerance on factories and private organizations that violate health and safety rules and regulations. This assertion was made by the Director General, Lagos State Safety Commission while sealing Multipak Nigeria Limited, a plastic production factory at Plot F8, KudiratAbiola Way, Oregun, Lagos for violation of safety rules and regulations, and complete lack of …

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LAGOS WARNS ITS RESIDENTS AGAINST FRAUDSTERS

The Director-General of the Lagos State Safety Commission, Lanre Mojola, has warned Lagosians against the activities of fraudsters parading themselves as workers of the commission. Mojola, who decried the activities of fraudsters while addressing members of officials of the commission on Thursday, urged members of the public to disregard any purported summons, abatement notices and seal orders. He said the …

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KEEP SAFE, STAY-ALIVE

Lagos State Safety Commission on Friday, took its safety advocacy to the streets of Lagos, admonishing Lagosians to imbibe safety consciousness during the festive period and beyond. The Director-General of LSSC, Mr. Lanre Mojola who led the Safety Champions of the agency and other safety stakeholders on a “Keep Safe, Stay Alive” campaign emphasized the need for adequate personal safety, …

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Be more safety conscious during harmattan. Safety Commission DG urges motorists

The Director-General, Lagos State Safety Commission, Mr Lanre Mojola, has called on motorists across the state to be more safety conscious, especially during harmattan, with its attendant poor visibility. A statement issued by the Assistant Director, Public Affairs of the commission, Mrs Adewunmi Okoh, on Thurday in Lagos, quoted Mojola as urging motorists to take extra precaution, particularly during this …

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Lagos Safety Commission warns motorists against hazardous driving

The Director General, Lagos State Safety Commission, Mr Lanre Mojola has advised motorists across the State to be safety conscious during this harmattan season. Mojola in a statement through the Public Affairs Officer of the agency, Mrs Adewunmi Okoh said that the present weather conditions calls for motorists to be careful when driving, as visibility is particularly poor early in the …

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SAFETY: LAGOS TASKS PROFESSIONALS IN THE BUILT SECTOR

  The Director-General/CEO, Lagos State Safety Commission, Mr. Hakeem Dickson has tasked Civil Engineers and other relevant professionals in the built industry to live up to their responsibility by adhering to safety standards and guidelines while practising their profession. Dickson, who made the assertion on Wednesday at a one-day seminar on “Safety Considerations in Civil Engineering Infrastructure and Facilities Management” …

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