Mission Statement

The mission of The Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers (NISafetyE) is to promote Safety through good engineering design, construction, fabrication, installation, training, operations, maintenance and engineering procedures and practices as well as work place culture which will result in the safety of personnel, the environment , facilities and infrastructure that contribute to loss prevention and ensure sustainable national development.



2022 Fellowship Conferment

The following is List of Conferees:

  • Chief Dagogo Stowe
  • Engr. Andrew Abanum Ph.D
  • Engr. Emeka Maduabuchi

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Recent Events

On the 9th of December 2021, the National Chairman elect of the Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers NISafetyE, Engr. Akaninyene Ekong FNISafetyE went on a visit to the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) to meet with the COREN President Engr. Ali Alimasuya Rabiu, COREN Registrar and other management team. The discussion was focused on development of Engineering Codes and Standards from a Safety Engineering perspective.
As part of its social responsibility and lending support in curbing the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, the Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers, Akwa Ibom State Chapter (A Division of the Nigerian Society of Engineers) produced hand sanitizer

The Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers (NISafetyE); a division of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, held the investiture of the Oyo State chapter of NISafetyE with Engr. Olufemi Awodele as the Pioneer State Chapter Chairman. The event held at the International Conference Centre, UI where, the National Chairman of NISafetyE, Engr Akaninyene Edet Ekong called on Governor Seyi Makinde to consider the importance of public safety and put in place a safety commission to aid the efforts of NISafetyE in ensuring industrial and public safety in Oyo state.


Public Health Advisory to Nigerians on Novel Coronavirus

PUBLIC HEALTH ADVISORY TO NIGERIANS ON NOVEL CORONAVIRUS. This is a public health advisory on a new virus; the novel coronavirus (nCoV), by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control. As this is a new virus, and new information is emerging every day, this advisory will be updated as new information and research on the virus and its impact on populations become available. The first case of a novel (new) coronavirus strain (2019nCoV) was confirmed in China on the 7th of January, 2020. According to preliminary investigations, most patients either visited or worked in the Huanan Seafood wholesale market, Wuhan city. As at the 20th of January, 2020, 278 laboratory-confirmed cases of 2019-nCoV infection including six deaths have been reported to WHO globally since the first case was reported on the 31st of December 2019. More on National News

Safety Concerns in Eket LGA by NISafetyE.

The Atabong Bridge which links Eket LGA to other parts of the State was heated for several hours by fire from a boat set ablaze by Military Joint Task Force on anti-bunkering activities. A delegation of members of Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers Akwa Ibom State Chapter (which is a division of Nigerian Society of Engineers) led by their Chairman Engr Akaninyene Ekong visited the site for an immediate assessment of the bridge and it's environment.

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