ASSE Touts Successful Nigeria Safety Summit

The summit was held March 21-25 and included sessions from ASSE President Tom Cecich

The ASSE has announced its 2017 Nigeria Safety Summit was a success, citing the commitment of members to advance occupational safety and health in the countries in which they live and work.

The summit, which was held March 21-25, brought together hundreds of OSH professionals from Africa, the Middle East, the United States and other countries to discuss and learn about industry trends and best practices.

ASSE President Tom Cecich also led a session.

“I was impressed with the knowledge and professional insight of our Nigerian chapter members,” said Cecich. “While I was there to impart some of my expertise, I also learned a number of things from that enthusiastic group.”

Presenters also included U.S. Consul General John Bray and representatives from Shell, ExxonMobil, Chevron Nigeria Limited, Addax Petroleum, Nigerian Local Content, Federal Road Safety Corps, Brickwall Group Management, CLMI, BCSP, the Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria, and the Nigerian Society of Engineers.

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