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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Nigeria has the highest TB burden in Africa, ranking sixth globally and is a high burden country for TB-HIV Co-Infection and Multidrug-Resistant TB (MDR-TB).
Furthermore, a major challenge in the TB response in Nigeria is low TB case detection. Only one in four people with TB are diagnosed. Thus, it is critical to rapidly find & treat TB undiagnosed people infected with TB.
TB negatively impacts private businesses through an increase in absenteeism, reduction in man-hours amongst others.
Effective tuberculosis management in the engineering industry particularly the oil & gas industry, manufacturing or in other areas employees lives or work in close quarters with dormitory and/or dining sharing facilities (e.g. on camps or offshore platforms). This can exacerbate the degree of risk and this can exceed the risk presented by a regular work environment.
This webinar is to sensitise the Nigerian Society of Engineers about the spread of tuberculosis in the workplace.
Please register to participate. And do share with relevant colleagues. Thank you.
1. Opening remarks - Dr. Egbe Osifo- Dawodu, Foundling Partner, Anadach Group
2. Welcome remarks - Engr. Babagana Mohammed, FNSE, President, Nigerian Society of Engineers
3. Remarks from the Special Guest - Her Excellency, Engr (Mrs) Noimot Salako-Oyedele, Deputy
Governor, Ogun State
4. Presentation - Dr. Olubunmi Ogbodu, Team Lead, Private Sector Component, USAID TB-LON 3, Anadach Group
5. Response - Engr Seun Faluyi, MNSE, FNIMechE, FNISafetyE, Chief Executive Officer, Uraga Power Solutions Limited
6.Question & Answer session – Moderated by Engr. Omoh Osagie
7. Vote of thanks – Dr. Alex Okopi-Momoh, FNSE, FNIMechE, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Society of Engineers
8. Closing remarks - Dr. Enoma Alade, Founding Partner, Anadach Group
Anadach Group in collaboration with the Nigerian Society of Engineers cordially invite you to our Webinar
THEME: Tuberculosis in the Workplace: What should Engineers know?*
DATE: Thursday, 25th February 2021.*
TIME: 4 - 5pm (WAT)*
Engr. Noimot Salako-Oyedele
Engineer Noimot Salako-Oyedele holds a Masters degree in Public Health Engineering from the Imperial College of Science & Technology London, UK, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Lagos.
As a team leader with over 30 years of proven records of experience, she is a strategist and astute manager of resources and has been on the Board of several companies in Nigeria and the United Kingdom. In 2015, she became the Acting Managing Director of Grenadines Homes Limited, a position she held till she ventured into partisan-politics and emerged as the Ogun State Deputy Governor.
Engr. Babagana Mohammed (FNSE, FNiMechE)
President: Nigerian Society of Engineers
A seasoned Registered Engineer who has participated in many major design projects in the Oil and Gas sector here in Nigeria, a Chief Engineer at the National Engineering and Technical Company (NETCO)-an arm of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). He has served the Nigerian Society of Engineers and its divisions in many capacities over the years in several capacities including being a former Branch Chairman, State Chairman among several other positions and a 3-times consecutive Vice president, he is a Fellow of several Engineering bodies including the NSE and the Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineers (NiMechE). He is the current serving President of the Nigerian Society of Engineers.
Engr. Dr Alex Okpi-Momoh (FNSE, FNIMechE, FNIM, PhD)
Executive Secretary: Nigerian Society of Engineers
An experienced COREN Registered Engineer who holds 2 Masters degrees, first in Industrial Engineering and Production Management from Cranfield Institute of Technology (now known as Cranfield University) UK and an MBA from Bayero University, Kano, where he also obtained a PhD in Mechanical Engineering. He has a vast dose of engineering practice experience both within the public and private sector, particularly in the Oil and Gas Sector. He is a Senior Lecturer and a Fellow of several professional bodies including the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineers (NiMechE) and Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered).
He is the Current serving Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Society of Engineers.
D. Engr. Omoh Osagie (MNSE, MNIMechE)
A Senior Design Engineer and a Member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers and the Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineers (NiMechE).
Dr. Olubunmi Ogbodu
Team Lead, Private Sector Component, USAID TB-LON 3, Anadach Group
Dr. Olubunmi Margaret Ogbodu is a Pharmacist who holds a doctoral degree in Health Studies from the University of South Africa. She bagged her Bachelor of Pharmacy and Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees, from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria before proceeding to South Africa to acquire a Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management degree and recently the PhD degree in Health Sciences with a major in Adolescent and population health.
In the academic arena, Olubunmi is an acknowledged scholar, earning distinctions as a Pharmacy graduate and in her postgraduate program in Public Health. She is a member of the International Association of Public Health Logisticians (IAPHL) a member of the Public Health Association of South Africa (PHASA), Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) and Institute of Strategic Management Nigeria.
With a two decade plus cross-cultural professional experience in both public and private sectors in Nigeria and the global space, Olubunmi is a seasoned pharmacist and a Public Health practitioner with interests in strengthening health care delivery systems in developing nations. She is an experienced manager of human and material resources with excellent leadership qualities.
ENGR. SEUN FALUYI, MNSE, FNIMechE, FNISafetyE
Chief Executive Officer, Uraga Power Solutions Limited
Engineer Faluyi is the CEO of Uraga Power Solutoons Limited, an off grid power generation company that provides solutions to commercial and industrial companies. It curre4ntly owns and manages 37MW of gas and diesel fired plant with operations in Lagos and Ogun states.
Engineer Faluyi has Bachelors and Master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Lagos and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School. He is a Fellow and Council Member of the Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineers and Fellow of the Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers. He is the First National Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers, Chairman of the Lagos Chapter of the Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers, Chairman of the Codes and Standards Committee of the Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineers and member
of the NSE Codes and Standards Committee.