NPA commissions clinic at Apapa port

Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Hadiza Bala Usman (8th left), Executive Director, Marine & Operations, Dr. Sokonte Davies (7th left), Executive Director, Engineering & Technical Services, Prof. Idris Abubakar with members of the Inter-Agency / other Stakeholders Committee on the Implementation of the Executive Order on Seaport Operations, when the Committee submitted the report to the MD at the NPA Corporate Headquarters in Marina, Lagos.

The Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) Hadiza Bala Usman has commissioned a 24 hour emergency clinic to cater for health concerns at Lagos Port Complex, Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria.
While performing the opening, Usman assured stakeholder that the NPA management would not relent in its firm resolve at bringing dividends of good governance and administration to the Ports Community at large.
She said that the establishment of the clinic is in consonance with the organization’s CSR policy as well as a commitment to excellence on the side of the organization’s workforce
The NPA boss said that optimal attention would be paid by the NPA Management to the health challenge of stakeholders amidst paying attention to occupational health which is expected to play out positively in the area greater operation, efficiency and revenue generation for the nation.
The NPA helmsperson added that Management would strive to achieve the utilization of appreciable level of modern applications and equipment at the clinic in other to keep up with current global trends in health matters.
Usman therefore appealed to the Port users to avail themselves of the facility.” we have to sustain this efforts subsequently”.
Furthermore, she said for the reason of prompt response to casualties, the clinic was conceptualized, adding that matters concerning safety and sound mind of Port users were paramount in the operational thrust of the NPA Management.

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