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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by bibu: 11:19am On Jul 22, 2012
Hello Every one,I really love this trend cos of its educating ideas.pls I need U̶̲̥̅̊Я assistances to answer my questions
1. What is HSE professionals all about and what do they do in any particular company?
2.I am taking my M.sc Env.Chem. So I will be interested in Environ aspect of Hse please advise me on thatm
3.If I will start the training, must I register in Nisp before I can do the training.pls am really awaiting U̶̲̥̅̊Я ideas.thanks.

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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by ocdaniels: 8:34am On Jul 23, 2012
Yea i did HSE with NISP, good to hear this here, everybody in Nigeria need to reduce his/her inherent level of madness by a reasonable quosient. But have not done NEBOSH due money if you have the material pls send to ocdaniels5@gmail.com, i wil appreciate, meanwhile i'm looking for oppoturnity to practice incase you come by an oppotunity
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Milito: 10:50am On Jul 23, 2012
skiduski: hello all,
its been quite a while i came on to this thread...been busy.
Please for those that need the NEBOSH IGC text book and the Q&A please send a mail to me at olakunleapara@gmail.com ...i check my mail regularly and you can be sure to get the material within 48hrs max. to all those taking the exams...all the best.

@brainwave
keep up the good job, really appreciate what you are doing here.

Thank u so much for the materials, will sure keep in touch.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Greatken007(m): 5:08pm On Jul 23, 2012
Good day fellow professionals,can any one pls help me wit material on REDUCTION OF ACCIDENT IN STEEL INDUSTRY OR SOMETHING CLOSE TO IT.I am doing a research on it as part of my PG project(nzekk1@yahoo.com).Thanks in anticipation
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by dudupumpin: 5:10am On Jul 25, 2012
what is HSE all about. And why every is every body offering this programm i nebosh is it only nebosh giving out hse training.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by brainwave(m): 11:27am On Jul 26, 2012
hazelle: Dear everyone, I'm a Petroleum and Gas undergraduate. I'm interested in taking the SHE course but first from NISP. The problem is this, I went online-to their website and saw so many health and safety courses with their individual prices. Now I'm confused on which to pick. Thought it was just a general stuff. Y'all should please advice me on what to do. Thanks.

@hazelle, there is actually a 'GENERAL HSE' course offered by NISP which affords participants the opportunity of have 'general' feel of HSE. I'll advise you re-check your source to verify this or alternatively, you may put a call through to NISP. Cheers!
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by brainwave(m): 12:52pm On Jul 26, 2012
Milito:



I indeed found this very useful. I have a keen interest in the 'Environment' aspect of HSE, but as u said it seems its not as favoured as the Occupational Health and Safety Aspect.

Brainwave and co. u are really doing a wonderful job on this thread. I actually started reading the thread from when u started it till present time (although i jumped 1 or 2 pages in 2010, lol). And I must confess I am really impressed. Brainwave and the other experienced guys in this field, pls I would like u to shed more light on the quote above. I was actually eager to read a response to this but was disappointed tht no response was given.

As I said earlier, I am more interested in the 'Environment' aspect of HSE. I studied BSc Environmental Biology and MSc Envt Pollution Mangt. But I have been stuck in Customer Service for a reputable company for 2 years plus now but I REALLY want to work in my field as my interest lies there. I have even done NISP Levels 2 and 3 (3yrs ago) and another Occupational Safety and Health certification last year but I'v been unable to move basically due to my lack of experience in this line.

Brainwave pls enlighten me:
- is the Envt aspect of HSE relegated in Nigeria?
- NEBOSH as u said is an expensive investment, is NEBOSH International General Certificate a Plus/value for someone interested mainly in the Envt aspect of HSE?
- whats ur professional opinion btw NEBOSH and IEMA?

@Milito, thanks for your inputs and observation. Sorry, no one responded to the earlier poster's enquiries but its good you've revived it. I'll attempt to provide answers to your enquiries. Note the word 'attempt', no one knows it all (including moi wink). Learning is continous:

- is the Envt aspect of HSE relegated in Nigeria?

Well, I do not think the 'E' aspect of HSE is exactly 'relegated' in Nigeria i.e, in relation to Health & Safety. I think its mostly a matter of the order of things or 'priority'. By this I mean its likely that organizations would focus first and foremost, on the Health and Safety of their workforce before considering the impact of their 'production activities' on the 'environment'. Nevertheless, the importance of the 'E' element in HSE cannot be underplayed because the interaction between 'man' and the 'environment' is 'circularly causal' that is, just as the condition or state of the environment affects or impacts man,man's activities also impact and determine the condition of the environment. In the sector I work, I can assure you that gevernmental/regulatory agencies constantly make certain that we do not neglect the 'E' function in HSE. They keep organizations on their toes in relation to 'environmental issues' such that one cannot but pay attention to the 'environment' aspect of HSE. Nevertheless, there's still mush room for improvement with regards to the level of 'environmental' awarenes in the land (Nigeria).

- NEBOSH as u said is an expensive investment, is NEBOSH International General Certificate a Plus/value for someone interested mainly in the Envt aspect of HSE?

I think each person has to have an idea of his/her desired career goals or destination before setting out on the best stategy or 'pathway' to arrive at that end or to achieve the set career goals. For someone mainly interested in the 'E' element of HSE as you said, the person still has to weigh the options available and determine whether or not, an investment in a 'NEBOSH' qualification would be of value now or in the future for him/her. Sometimes, its really about 'opportunity cost'.

- whats ur professional opinion btw NEBOSH and IEMA?[/quote]

We are in a rapidly changing world where the turn-around rate of knowledge and information is amazing and getting faster by the day. Yesterday's knowledge may not be adequate for today's challenge. I percieve IEMA as a specialist association for 'environmentalist' or 'environmental professionals or managers' while NEBOSH is also a professional qualification but generally more renown as a qualification with emphasis on Health and Safety . Like I earlier said, I think people should determine their desired 'career' destination, evaluate where they are presently, and plan/work out a 'flexible' strategy to get there. I say a 'flexible' strategy because its sometimes not advisable that people box themselves too tightly into a corner 'career-wise'. One of the ways of leaving a window open for other career options is by broadening one's knowledge/area of expertize i.e, by aquiring additional qualifications/skills that could enable one to diversify or switch career paths in the future if necessary. You may be an enviromentalist today and tommorow, situations change and a window of opportunity opens to practice difeerently e.g, as an occupational health and safety specialist or vice-versa. Will there be any certifications or qualifications you can leverage on if you do need to change careers in the near or not so near future? In the final analysis, I'd say 'one size doesn't fit all' in these matters.

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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by frankobaba(m): 8:30pm On Jul 26, 2012
Hello guys, i graduated from accounting about a year ago, just finished my ORACLE program 2weeks ago, tho still in the "Favour Market" for now. I was wondering if diversifying and taking some courses in HSE up to Level 3 would be an added advantage and boost my value with respect to securing a good job considering my Accounting background.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by bibu: 12:54am On Jul 28, 2012
Hi Everyone,I love this tread.pls am a chemistry graduate interested in hse.which courses in Hse will I start with?is it Ghse or level 3? Your urgent answers will be really appreciated.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by dudupumpin: 7:39am On Jul 30, 2012
yes thats good, go for ur HSE course OSHACcademy is good starting point they focus on health and safety very well. Just visit their website and see the details there.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Ifec: 8:09am On Aug 04, 2012
Pls who knows when the next HSE certified training and exam for this year 2012 will commence? Tanks
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by OdunetLbs: 5:29pm On Aug 04, 2012
Pls I would like anyone to advice me the HSE cert I can do as a recent graduate just to show my knowledge of safety to reqruiters...I'm thinking of signing up for CIEH level 2...is this okay or d I need to continue with level 2.

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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by rufychuks: 9:03pm On Aug 07, 2012
Beehandz:

thanks bro.got it. anybody interested too can request the NEBOSH material as the sender told us to share with others
good. U guys are wonderful! Pls i need the materials. Othellofluid@gmail.com
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by holloziggi: 7:19am On Aug 08, 2012
rufychuks:
good. U guys are wonderful! Pls i need the materials. Othellofluid@gmail.com
pls send the materls to oenaholo@yahoo.com
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by codechris: 8:17am On Aug 08, 2012
To whom it may concern and top of the day!

I equally need the NEBOSH. Materials pls.


Kindly send it to me on my emails- codechris@yahoo.com and chrisukut@gmail.com

Thanks in anticipation.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by bukahands(m): 9:49am On Aug 09, 2012
please I have a biochemistry degree if I take this HSE course level 2 and 3 how will I be able to divert to the oil and gas industry and which position can I be considered for. Thank you I await ur contribution
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by jonkal: 8:59pm On Aug 21, 2012
Please kindly send me the NEBOSH materials thru man_iyk@yahoo.com
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by rahulrajagopal: 9:26am On Sep 02, 2012
hi i m new to this ,i have completed my engineering in electronic and instrumentation engineering and i would like to do nebosh oil and gas course ..................can any one tell me is it good for me or not?but i have no experience,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,is there any job oppertunity with nebosh certificate plz replay? and would like to put my Carrier in oil and gas industry
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Oye123(m): 8:30am On Sep 15, 2012
I hv not gotten my docket too.
Pls assist me with info on how to get my exam number. I hv not gotten my docket too.
Pls assist me with info on how to get my exam number.
I hv not gotten my docket too.
Pls assist me with info on how to get my exam number.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by lusim(m): 12:08pm On Sep 21, 2012
pls i need the materials , lusimhszjookolumiat@gmail.com. thanks
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by lusim(m): 12:11pm On Sep 21, 2012
pls i need the materials , lusimhszjookolumiat@gmail.com. thanks
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by jerikoyan(m): 9:13pm On Oct 06, 2012
pls i need the malterial ogunlajeremiah@gmail.com
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by jonkal: 1:02pm On Oct 16, 2012
PLS I'LL GREATLY APPRECIATE IF YOU'LL KINDLY SEND ME THE NEBOSH MATERIALS THRU man_iyk@yahoo.com
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by sunnesco: 2:50pm On Oct 16, 2012
I am a level 2 certified HSE officer under joint professionals training & support intl'...accredited by department of petroleum resources..
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by adejare11: 12:06am On Oct 25, 2012
Please can I get a job with an she certificate without a degree?
And if I can,kindly advice me on which of the hse courses I should start with; NEBOSH, IOSH? As well as details of any accredited study centre.Thank you
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Superbrain(m): 4:36am On Oct 25, 2012
Hi guys,

There is a vacancy for a SHE officer at Unilever. Find details below:

Job Title: Safety, Health and Environment Officer
Location: Oregun, Head Office

Minimum Requirements:
OND in Sciences or Humanities. Level II certification in Health Safety and Environment Management (NISP) would be an added advantage. Membership of Nigeria Institute of Safety Professionals would also be an added advantage.

Key Responsibilities:

Ensure that job risk assessments are done in line with Unilever standards. Ensure that all third party contractors comply with Unilever Safety Health and Environment (SHE) standards. Coordinate all SHE trainings. Carry out routine inspection of sites, and follow up on all actions from SHE engagements. Prepare and monitor safety statistics in Head Office and Warehouses. General supervision of SHE activities

Apply through: http://www.unilevernigeria.com/careers/further/#top

All the best!
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by greattolu: 8:39am On Oct 26, 2012
I did HSE level2 dis year with JPTS nd am planning on doing level 3 but I wanna confirm if dis JPTS is acreditted as dey claim 2 be so as 2 kno if I wil av 2 switch over 2 NISP for my level 3 thanks
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by greattolu: 8:53am On Oct 26, 2012
@sunnesco,I did HSE level 2 with JPTS joint professional training support intl bt I don't think dey r well recognised.I don't kno if I shud proceed 2 do level 3 der or I shud switch 2 NISP for level 3.Pls I want u 2 advise me from ur own point of view since u did level 2 der too
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Uwankasef: 10:18pm On Oct 26, 2012
Hi, fellow HSE professionals. I just stumbled upon this great info today. I did my NISP 2&3 four yrs ago and finally added Nebosh IGC this year. If you really have the financial muscle, i would advise that those who do not have Nebosh yet should try to do so. Also, IOSH membership will be a GREAT advantage. There is an accredited company in naija that runs a promo in Nebosh course, thier fee is far lesser than the usual 350k every other coy charges.

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Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by adejare11: 5:03pm On Oct 27, 2012
How much is the company offering for the nebosh course?
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by diehard(m): 6:04pm On Oct 27, 2012
@Milito & Brainwave, The 'E' part of the HSE is still very relevant in Nigeria, But most of the jobs for env'tal specalists are not from the big IOCs. the reason is that the env'tal impact of oil exploration can only be done by independent company sanction by DPR. Even communities are becoming wiser now and are exploying this companies to assess the impact in their community cos the data can be used to sue for damages against this oil companies. I've seen some of this law suit backed by env'tal studies claiming for damages running into billions of naira. and there very few env'tal specialists in nigeria.

i almost forgot this thread is still alive.
Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by devonpaul(m): 4:58pm On Oct 29, 2012
Hi fellow professionals, i'm a graduate of Geology and Mineral science and i have completed GHSE and the Level3 course with NISP. still looking to further embrace more certifications tho as it seems almost every organizations virtually demand for Nebosh this days. pls any valuable contribution as regards Safety practise will be deeply appreciated. God Bless (phamron1@yahoo.com)

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