Samuel Oloyede Oriowo, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of NATA News has reiterated his objectives to promote Standard Work Ethics among Nigerian Auto Repair Technicians; to comply with Auto Manufactures Specifications.
He made this known while presenting his welcome address at the Second Annual NATA News Road Safety Conference & Usage of Genuine Engine Oil Advocacy held in Lagos on Thursday 25th July, 2019.
According to him, the theme: ‘Occupational Health and Expected Safety Practices among Nigeria Auto Repair Technicians’ was to ensure that mechanics take their health issues seriously.
Oriowo said it is with determination to pursue its objective to logical conclusion that NATA News set-out to contribute significantly to eradicate sub-standard Engine Oil and Spare Parts from Nigeria; most of which are also of harmful effect to human health.
Deputy Corps Commander Olabisi Sonusi, who is the Public Relation Officer of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Lagos Sector Command charged the technicians to do more in increasing their knowledge to know more about their works.
Commander Sonusi who represented the FRSC, Lagos Sector Commander, Corps Commander Hyginus Omeje at the most moderate event encouraged and commended the technicians for the good work they are doing in providing quality service to vehicle owners in the country.
According to her, auto technicians are major stakeholders primarily charged to improve health and safety of motorists on the roads, adding that their participation also help in reducing accidents on the roads.
On his part, Mr. Seun Oke, Distributors Business Manager of 11 Plc (formerly Mobil Oil Nigeria) listed factors that should be put into consideration during work periods by the technicians to include Chemical and Economic.
He urged them to constantly exercise their body as well as using proper ways and procedures put in place to lift objects at the workshops.