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If you are not important nobody will talk about you. Only ripe mangoes attracts stones.
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Senior Medical Laboratory Technologist

Lagos Nigeria

Job Description

An ideal role for someone who can manage and supervise the provision of a cost-effective, efficient, safe, and reliable medical laboratory service to enhance the health of SNEPCO workforce and dependents.
 Where you fit in:

To coordinate, manage, and provide laboratory services and ensure timely release of reports for effective patient management. Initiate further investigations for patients when necessary
To formulate lab HSE and procedure guides, including developing lab contractor HSE plan
Liaises with PPO and 3rd party facilities and professional bodies for professional service, mortuary and autopsy service, standards and accreditation
Ensures laboratory practice conforms to WHO standards, thus enhancing a healthy workforce
Solely responsible for all laboratory activities validates all reports before issue & and advises HSHL on lab matters
Appraises staff/trainees and maps out their competence development needs to enhance performance
Contract holder for Shell Health Lagos equipment maintenance. Manages contractors for the effective maintenance of medical equipment. Sources for and evaluates equipment and reagent before the purchase in compliance with business ethics
Partakes in an international quality assurance scheme (RIQAS) on samples and equipment to ensure the accuracy of reports. It also runs intra-lab quality control with sister companies. Provides epidemiological and periodic statistics for use in quarterly business reviews. Coordinates departmental equipment safety audit
Plans and ensures HSE training for lab staff
Provides material safety data sheets (MSDS) for all laboratory chemicals and reagents
Ensures infection prevention and control practices are assured in the clinic and supporting areas
What we expect from you:

Managing equipment maintenance contract to ensure proper functioning, keeping reagents in a fit and ready state and validating them for quality
Zero error in laboratory investigations and zero fatality due to laboratory errors
Ensuring that our standards and facilities meet with WHO & international standards and keeping a--- with current diagnostic advances for the benefit of patients
Minimizing patients’ transit time and ensuring timely release of results despite increasing workload
Ensuring that lab results are accurate and precise and reflect the best within acceptable standards
Ensure audit items are tracked and closed out
Ensure that the department does not fail local and international certification audits
Prevent lost time injuries by ensuring people work safely in the lab


Trained in Total Quality Management System
Experience in a medical laboratory and hospital information management software
Experience in laboratory supervision of at least 2 years
Exposure to external quality assurance programs
Relevant experience in medical lab instrumentation
Experience in troubleshooting as well as equipment calibration and validation
Previous participation in international lab accreditation preferred
Knowledge of occupational health-related laboratory operations, particularly within the oil industry, will be an advantage
Knowledge of infection prevention and control is required

Company Description

Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) is the pioneer and leader of the petroleum industry in Nigeria. We invest heavily in our employees, which is reflected in our industry-leading development programme and our commitment to see our employees’ ideas travel and come to fruition. Our commitment and your drive will meet and help unlock your own potential and push forward Shell’s continuous innovation. We look for ways to reduce the environmental impact of our operations: our global pool of experts and the fact that our employees can tap into that diverse pool of expertise will help our commitment to supply Nigeria and beyond with our oil products. The company’s operations are concentrated in the Niger Delta and adjoining shallow offshore areas where it operates in an oil mining lease area of around 30,000 square kilometres.


Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.

Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.

The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.

Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Employment Type Full Time

Skillpool Health

Work Location Lagos

No. of Positions 1

Job Expires 06-Jun-2020

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« on: April 23, 2020, 02:02:18 PM »

Nigeria: Key facts
Population of about 200m

1. 50%live in extreme poverty

2. 70%do not have safe drinking water and sanitation

3. 69%of urban residents live in slum conditions

4. 49%of children under five are stunted, too thin or overweight

5. 23%of labour force is unemployed

Source: World Bank, UN, Nigerian government and USAid

What a shame, for this to happen to one of the richest country in terms of natural resources.

Many Nigerians gloat that Covid-19 is mainly targeting the country's elite, particularly politicians, despite warnings that the life-threatening respiratory illness could hit the poor as well.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has recorded more than 600 cases since the end of February - most of them people who had been abroad, and those they had interacted with after their return to Africa's most-populous state, which has a population of about 200 million.

So far, Nigeria's list of people who got or have died from Covid-19 includes President Muhammadu Buhari's chief of staff, politicians, heads of government agencies, former ambassadors and their aides or relatives.

These are the kind of people who normally jet off to the UK, Germany, or the US at the slightest headache because Nigeria's state hospitals are poorly funded, run-down, and lack adequate equipment.

The 2020 government budget allocates only about 4.5% of spending for health, less than the 15% target the African Union had set for governments in 2001.

Doctors frequently embark on strikes over salaries not paid for months.

Mocking politicians
Many of them seize any opportunity to work abroad - nearly 2,000 of the doctors in the UK's state-run National Health Service qualified in Nigeria, according to a report presented to the UK's parliament last year.

Nigerians spent more than $1bn ($800m) on treatment in overseas hospitals in 2013.

President Buhari promised to end "medical tourism" when he took power in 2015, but he himself spent more than four months in London in 2017 getting treatment for an undisclosed illness and subsequently returning to the UK capital for additional care.

But with borders closed and each country haunted by its own Covid-19 nightmare, Nigeria's big men and women are now forced to use their country's hospitals, prompting a stream of taunts and jokes.

"This is your punishment for not investing in your country's health system," some say.

"I thought our hospitals were not good enough for you," others say.

Some Nigerians also hoped that the "selectiveness" of the virus might be God's way of bringing about changes in their government.

They latched on to rumours that Mr Buhari, 72, had been infected by his chief of staff, and was gravely ill on a ventilator.

The less malicious folk shrouded their great hope in a prayer: "Let God's will be done."

'God pulled a fast one'
Indignant at the expressions of ill will towards his boss, presidential spokesman Femi Adesina said: "Why do some people conjure nothing but evil? In 2017, while President Buhari had his medical challenge, they were on an orgy of negative wishes, misinformation, and disinformation.

"But God pulled a fast one on them. He brought the president back, as right as rain. Haven't they learned their lessons?"

The rumours finally ended after Mr Buhari - looking well - was videoed in a meeting with senior health officials.

A day later, on 29 March, Mr Buhari appeared on TV and ordered a 14-day lockdown of Nigeria's commercial hub Lagos, neighbouring Ogun state, and the capital city Abuja, giving their 30 million residents just 24 hours to prepare to stay at home.

Mr Buhari subsequently extended the lockdown by two weeks, deepening fears about how the poor will survive in their overcrowded neighbourhoods, without water, electricity, and little food.

But all the gloating could come to a swift end.

Covid-19 could spread more rapidly beyond the elites, who could pass it on to their retinue of "servants" - drivers, cooks, nannies and security guards, among others - who in turn could infect their families and neighbours in slums found in every major city.

'Not for the rich alone'
Social-distancing and self-isolation in a typical Nigerian slum is impossible.

About 30 families often cram into a building, sharing the same bathroom and toilet. The potential disaster is unimaginable.

As Ogun governor Dapo Abiodun said at the 30 March launch of a Covid-19 isolation centre in his state: "Contrary to the erroneous belief, this virus is not for the rich or elite alone. Everyone is at risk."

So while the lockdown causes much inconvenience and hardship for all Nigerians, especially the poor, it helps to maintain the vast gulf that exists in society, thus preventing those at the top from transmitting the virus to those at the bottom.

Nigeria's gross inequality has often been criticised, and rightly so, but the spread of Covid-19 is definitely one area where the nation cannot afford to have equality.

source bbc

That's not helping scammers, banks are only doing there job by informing there clients. It's the same system world wide including US and Europe.

« on: May 08, 2017, 03:15:06 PM »
Where is Ebony?
Life is journey.

« on: May 08, 2017, 02:42:38 PM »

NEWS / Re: Pastor Donates N5m To Acid Victim, Car To Actor
« on: October 11, 2016, 05:42:29 PM »
That's a nice gesture.

You're right, everywhere in total darkness.

« on: February 10, 2016, 05:41:54 AM »
No light in 2016, up Nigeria,

The whole country is now in darkness for past 2 weeks

« on: May 31, 2015, 05:52:03 AM »
Welcome back. Life has taken it toll on many old membres

Now: all places in Nigeria are covered with darkness even after the privatization
that's a bad news.

« on: February 03, 2014, 03:39:11 PM »
@prince and other moderators, could you pls tell us here the best online brokerage firms
I'm not qualify for that. You take the risk yourself, that way you blame nobody if things go wrong.

Only time will tell if it's a good or bad decision.

NEWS / Re: Increasing Duties On Imported Cars
« on: December 19, 2013, 10:39:50 AM »
Well detailed articule.

NEWS / Re: Man, 19, Defiles Three-Yr-Old Girl In Ekiti
« on: December 04, 2013, 12:03:15 PM »

GENERAL HEALTH / Re: Brain Tumour: An Appeal For Help
« on: October 21, 2013, 08:24:36 AM »
There should never be begging for treatment if we have good govt medical institutions.

« on: September 07, 2013, 11:09:33 AM »
A good job, Prince!

I thought Van Gogh cut his ear off.
I knew that Gaugin and Van Gogh were friends but I din't knew Gaugin dit it.
You're welcome.

« on: September 06, 2013, 05:06:29 PM »
Impressive structure, but of what interest is it to those who can not afford to visit Greece
They can still admire the picture without going there.

NEWS / Re: Corporal Shoots ASP Dead During Argument At Station
« on: September 06, 2013, 12:21:42 PM »
What a sad story.

NEWS / Re: Uncompleted 4-storey building collapses in Onitsha
« on: September 05, 2013, 06:40:55 PM »
Lucky no lives losts.

FOOD / Re: food
« on: July 29, 2013, 12:54:01 PM »
A sandwich

FOOD / Re: Pizza
« on: July 22, 2013, 12:12:47 PM »
For me are Italian pizza.

Another good reason why people need there own domain.

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