Mr Lanre Mojola, the Director-General, Lagos State Safety Commission, has reiterated the state government’s commitment to the safety of lives of students and lecturers in public tertiary institutions across the state. This he said in a one-day workshop organised in collaboration with the Lagos Bureau of Statistics, and the Lagos State Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget to enumerate grey areas in school safety survey and proffer solutions to them.
Mr Lanre Mojola stressed that school safety audit was important, noting that the commission’s mandate was to ensure zero fatality in public tertiary institutions making the school environment safe and secured for teaching-learning process to effectively take place.
Mojola called on school operators and management of tertiary institutions to inculcate safety habits in their school curriculum.
The Director, Lagos Bureau of Statistics, Mr Bashiru Oseni-Ope, in his welcome remarks, said data collection was important in helping the government to plan and manage issues relating to the safety of lives in public tertiary institutions.
Also, the Director, Public Safety and Wellness, Safety Commission, Dr Oluremi Olatunde, in her remarks on the overview of school safety, stated that the survey would enhance academic success and promote the physical, psychological and emotional balance of students.
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