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Outstanding Facts About Gabson School You May Not Know

Gabson Professional School of Safety & Engineering was established in 2012 as the product of two visionary safety and engineering professionals with over 35 years of combined experience. Having acquired knowledge from industries ranging from manufacturing to Oil & Gas to construction, they discovered a void between what their respective fields required in the form Continue Reading

What is PPE? Everything You Need to Know About Personal Protective Equipment Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

PPE: it’s an acronym that you’ve likely heard a lot in the past few weeks—particularly in terms of shortages for medical professionals. It stands for personal protective equipment, and it’s one crucial way to both stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep the healthcare workers (doctors, nurses, other caregivers) currently on the pandemic’s frontlines safe. While the Continue Reading

Apple’s newest product is a face shield to protect against COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to surge, one of the things that has become horrifyingly evident is there isn’t enough personal protective equipment (PPE) to go around to all the health professionals and caregivers who are putting themselves in harm’s way treating people struck with the disease. The majority of this much-needed PPE includes face Continue Reading

Nigerian, Australian Builders Sign Pact on Building Technology

The Nigerian Institute of Building (NIoB) and the Australian Institute of Building have signed a memorandum of understanding to improve on the methodology and technology of building construction.The MoU, which was signed in Sydney, Australia, is aimed at making both institutes to have a shared commitment to become stronger in the profession.The National President of Continue Reading

Nigeria loses $10 billion annually to welding expatriates, NIW reveals

The President of the Nigerian Institute of Welding (NIW), Mr. Solomon Edebiri in January 2019 lamented in an interaction with journalists that Nigeria loses over $10 billion annually to expats who have colonized the welding and engineering sector from local professionals. “We lose over $10 billion annually in capital flight,” he said. “When you bring Continue Reading

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