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|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Arkyval(m): 7:34pm On Aug 24|
Tried to PM you, but I don't think it's delivering. Please I need your personal email so I can send my CV to you.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Macgreat(m): 2:45am On Aug 26|
I am having a glowing interest in this Field.
With ND in Comp. Sci. What are the benefit of HSE1,2&3(UK SHE Organisation)
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by aamstih: 5:14am On Aug 27|
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|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by OmaniPadmeHum: 5:20pm On Aug 29|
When you say UK SHE Organisation, it is quite vague and ambiguous at the same time.
The benefits of HSE Levels 1,2&3 have been greatly duscussed in this topic. Various explanations have been provided both from a regulatory and a skill/knowledge point of view.
So if you are interested in HSE, then that is the best way to start especially in Nigeria. Do your basic levels and keep developing yourself in this area. Then if you are interested try to get NEBOSH when you have the funds.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by OmaniPadmeHum: 5:23pm On Aug 29|
It delivered. Had serious issues with the email adress.
I have downloaded the CV. I'll take a look at it. My worry is time. I am usually offshore and barely have time. Secondly a structure of how it should be. Never mentored anyone on my life. The wahala too much. So we need a structure on how this would work.
All the same, let me look at the CV. Will get back to you in no distant time.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Macgreat(m): 5:42pm On Aug 29|
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Arkyval(m): 11:06pm On Aug 29|
My name is Kingsley Ahanonu. If you have received any mail or CV without the aforementioned name it is not from me.
I have attached my CV to this Quote. Presently I am free to roam.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Arkyval(m): 11:14pm On Aug 29|
My name is Kingsley Ahanonu. If you have received any mail or CV without the aforementioned name it is not from me.
I have attached my CV to this Quote. Presently I am free to roam anyday anytime. Please reach me on firstname.lastname@example.org or 08132869262 (WhatsApp and call) let's talk on how to work things out. Please by God's grace the wahala won't be much and even if it is, I promise i won't make you regret it.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by uyuoko(m): 10:38pm On Aug 30|
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|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by divinesaint: 1:10pm On Aug 31|
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|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Macgreat(m): 2:24pm On Aug 31|
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by SnowJay92(m): 11:37am On Sep 01|
Good day, please I need you to help me on this issue, is getting an Msc in health and safety relavent to being a safety professional? Does it add any advantage, or should one just get the certifications?
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by ritzycul(m): 5:14am On Sep 02|
Yes it does, since it will really broaden your understanding of the profession. But a professional certification is always given priority.
I will advice you go for NEBOSH diploma first, if you haven't acquired it yet.
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|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by heavenmade(m): 10:02am On Sep 02|
please where can I get HSE training in Enugu ?
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by murphydon(m): 1:47pm On Sep 02|
You can actually get a good one at Novelle center, near cosmo fm behind keystone bank new haven. Cheers
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by ritzycul(m): 6:41am On Sep 03|
Do you really understand ladder Safety precautions...
See the 10 precautions on the use of ladders.
This precautions covers both the use of an A-ladder and a step ladder...
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by ritzycul(m): 8:49am On Sep 03|
Process Safety Training by DM Sheffield Limited Port HArcourt, Rivers State.
Date: 25th-29th September 2017
Location: 91 Stadium road, Rumuomasi, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Follow link to see training details with the cost and how to enroll.......
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by heavenmade(m): 7:42pm On Sep 03|
murphydon:please can you give me a direction from Emene? And do you have an idea of their programmes?
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by murphydon(m): 2:38pm On Sep 04|
Take a bus from emene to ogui junction, walk down to the keystone bank near airtel office,
U will see a road between the keystone bank n MRS filling station, take that road to the cosmo fm. Call the coordinator on this number 08106141193. Good luck
They offer HSE 123 and PMP for their enugu office.
But offer others like NEBOSH IGC in their abuja, lagos, and PH offices.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by OmaniPadmeHum: 4:40pm On Sep 04|
[quote author=SnowJay92 post=600NEBOSH Good day, please I need you to help me on this issue, is getting an Msc in health and safety relavent to being a safety professional? Does it add any advantage, or should one just get the certifications? [/quote]
As mentioned earlier (and to buttress), the programs offered in good MSc. Programs are usually way broader than the ones you acquire from many professional certification courses. However for some specific skills and tecchniques, professional courses are very focused and direct.
Like I like to mention, I have my first MSc. In Safety Engineering and Management. NEBOSH IDP does not even come close. Not to talk of NEBOSH NGC and stuff. The curriculum eats NEBOSH for lunch. We worked with AIRBUS on realibility of a space shuttle, designing redundant systems for the engine thrusters, etc. We worked with DNV on process safety for the chemical industry in crude oil production and refining processes.
Long story short. Please you can take the NEBOSH Curriculum and compare with the MSc. Program's. However, note. Even when you have done the MSc. You still need professional certifications. In Nigeria, you will need NISP and NEBOSH will give you an edge. If you were in the UK, then NEBOSH NGC which is the UK route will be okay.
So please consider the following:
1. Finance. Do you have the money to do the MSc?
2.Do you have the time?
3. How different is the curriculum? Get both and compare.
4. Do you like the prestige that comes from having an MSc. In a discipline? (I do. I have more than one MSc.)
5. Finally, realize that even engineers need to have COREN/ NSE and accountants need ICAN and chemists need IPAN. As a HSE Professional in Nigeria, You need ISPON and NEBOSH alongside your BSc. And MSc. It will make you stand out. After the certification,you need experience and then some goodluck. You can work,consult, lecture, train people, design and invent, etc. Yes, you can take a valve etc. and design it to suit a process etc. Patent, produce itt and call it SnowJay Valve.
If you have the chance go for your MSc. Come back and do NEBOSH and register with ISPON after the required courses. You can even do NEBOSH while doing the MSc. If you are that chanced and buoyant.
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|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by SnowJay92(m): 5:45pm On Sep 04|
Quite elucidated, thank you very much
....you know my confusion was that coming from an engineering background, I was contemplating whether it makes sense to go the Msc in occupational safety route, or if it's more logical to go for an Msc in my engineering discipline, and just add the safety certifications,
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by OmaniPadmeHum: 10:31pm On Sep 04|
I would prefer you go for your Engineering Discipline. Then you can add HSE professional courses.Personally.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by aquabeing: 11:13am On Sep 06|
Sir ,from all I have read on this forum ,I noticed you do have better experience about the HSE career path. I will like you to advice me if I can take the HSE training courses based on my first degree which is Aquaculture and Fisheries Management. My course of study is actually under the college of Environmental Resources Management from the Federal University I graduated from. I am a little bit confused because I noticed the HSE has some ties with Engineering. Please kindly advice me, as I will be highly grateful if you do.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by ritzycul(m): 9:23am On Sep 07|
Certified Occupational Safety Specialist training
See enrollment details through the link below...
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by onepin: 9:49pm On Sep 07|
I possess extensive knowledge on HSE. I had my training under Mobil Oil Plc. You need help Sir?
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by onepin: 10:06pm On Sep 07|
It will be nice if you take the HSE training course, and it will be an added advantage. Many organization today are seeking for someone with an HSE knowledge. Business in general, you need "Health Safety and Environment.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by OmaniPadmeHum: 5:00pm On Sep 10|
I will start by informing you that the HSE profession and discipline is composed of 3 core ares of specialization which mixes and gives the profession its name. These are:
1. Occupational health/industrial Hygiene - H
2. Safety- S
3. Environment- E
Other organizations and companies add, Quality and Security into the mix making it more complex and adding more responsibilities for the Unit/team in such organizations. Hence, in many organizations, the unit can even be referred to as QHSSE implying Quality, Health, Safety, Security and Environment.
Now, based on your discipline, you should realize that you are already much conversant with the Environmental aspect of the profession. Hence you are quite good to go in developing yourself in HSE if this is what you want. I mean, there are accountants and other non physical science professionals who are also in the profession.
One thing I want you to realize is that the HSE profession comes with various levels of oficiency. As a result, HSE competency/training generally has six levels viz.
-level 5-International certificate preliminary
-level 6-Interntionl certificate/OND level e.g. NEBOSH IGC, and
-level 8-HND/BSc level e.g. NEBOSH IDip.
I have an Msc. in the discipline, so I guess I am way over the scale. perhaps level 10 or 12 since Level 6 in UK generally, is equivalent to OND, while level 8 is equivalent to BSC.
In your own case, as a gradate in Nigeria who is interested in the profession, you can take your level of proficiency in the discipline up to level 3 and even further, depending on your interest, time, finance etc. The body saddled with the responsibility of giving professional certification and membership in Nigeria is the institute of safety professionals of Nigeria, ISPON. Under ISPON, you have:
1. General HSE
2. HSE LEVEL 1- Basic
3. HSE LEVEL 2- Appreciation
4. HSE LEVEL 3- Supervisory
5. Other specific professional trainings/courses.
Please note that General H.S.E is not equivalent to H.S.E level 1 & level 2. Note also that H.S.E 1 (Basic) and H.S.E 2 (Appreciation) is for non-graduates. THEY CAN NOT DO HSE 3 YET UNTIL THEY ARE GRADUATES, while General H.S.E is a pre-requisite for H.S.E level 3. This is how it is structured. So you can talk to ISPON and then get your certifications up to level 3. By level 3, you should have been exposed to the foundation of the profession. You can then pick an area of expertise to really develop yourself, if you so desire. Or After level 3, you can go for NEBOSH IGC, NEBOSH IDip, an MSc in Safety engineering,a PhD in Safety Sciences, attend special courses in specific areas in HSE etc...I mean name it.
The engineering approach is not anything scary. Yes, the engineering skills and knowledge gives you an edge in the profession just like height gives you an edge as a basketball player. But that is all there is to it. Not all tall people re basket ball players and not every good basketball player is tall. Please on your own, go and find out the definition of an engineer/engineering. You will realize it isn't anything spectacular. If you want you can develop yourself in an area into an engineering or highly technical proficiency to the extent that you can profer, design and execute solutions to HSE Problems in multi industrial domains.
So please go ahead and don't let that discourage you. Train yourself up to any comfortable level of proficiency that you desire. Like onepin already hinted above, there will be growing demand for professionals and the more expertise and experience you have, the better for you. Even in banking today and in insurance, they need HSE Professionals to give advise in managing HSE Risks for projects, facilities and assets. A good example is the Nigerian Central Bank which, simply put, is trying to develop its HSE Policy and regulations to promote occupational health and safety for Banks and Bank workers in Nigeria. They are even on the verge of recommending certain HSE Trainings and Policy framework for the Banking Industry. Good luck.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by agabusta: 3:34pm On Sep 11|
You really doing a great job on this thread, please keep it up.
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by Oliran(f): 8:18pm On Sep 11|
OmaniPadmeHum:Please sir, what advice can you give a geology graduate as regards going for masters program or professional certification?
|Re: Any HSE Professionals In The House? by murphydon(m): 10:26am On Sep 12|
Thank you sir for all your contributions here.
I would love to know.
Can some one do HSE 123, then move ahead to do ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001? Would it work well?
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