As the year marks a decade of SHIN operations in Nigeria, we are poised for a full year of activities to commemorate the milestones achieved from inception till date. To our followers and friends who have engaged with and supported us, we appreciate you and urge you to stay tuned for more ground breaking initiatives.
In February and March 2021, SHIN became a member of the Ship Owners Association of Nigeria (SOAN).
It is a major feat to be part of the prestigious SOAN forum, where ship owners in Nigeria converge to discuss means and methods of improving the Nigeria maritime industry.
SHIN also became a member of Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) in February. The LCCI has been one of the most prestigious entities in Nigeria today and collectively, LCCI brings together the very best of commerce and trade activity under a single umbrella.
As an official member of SOAN and LCCI, SHIN hopes to work hand in hand with both organizations to achieve our shared expectations and objectives.
Barely 11 months after securing 5,000 COVID-19 test kits from the government of South Korea to help the Nigerian government tackle and mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world, SHIN has secured additional critical items for donations during the second wave of the Global Pandemic this year.
The donations include 12,000 high grade face masks that are certain to retain effectiveness against Covid-19 transmissions for up to 50 washes and 500 bags of rice (25kg). This latest donation by SHIN to four (4) states (Lagos, Bayelsa, Kano and Plateau States) were delivered through Vision Care, an organization under the World Health Organization (WHO). SHIN has worked with Vision Care since 2015 in the yearly Eye Camp to give cataract surgeries to Nigerians who cannot afford the treatment.
SHIN’s continued efforts are to ensure that communities in need are supported safely and protected to be able to overcome the plight of the Covid-19 virus.
SHI-MCI conducted this drill to familiarize and to re-enforce proper evacuation routes and practices in the worksite. The essence was to ensure that all staff evacuates in timely and orderly manner once the fire alarm is activated.
This drill was carried out to ensure SHI-MCI medical team acquainted with workplace medical emergency response plan, especially to staff who is will or manifests covid 19 symptoms at worksite.
SHI-MCI environmental team conducted the drill to get accustomed to emergency response procedures to diesel or sewage spillage at SHI-MCI yard.
It has been an awesome February and March, and we look forward to better months ahead. See you then. #SHINMonthly
Apapa Port Lagos Federal, Nigeria