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Our Goal is to raise Safety Professionals : Hybrid Group CEO

Dapo Omolade, CEO of Hybrid Group has said his company is ever devoted to raising safety professionals as part of their established goals.

He said this on Friday during the graduation ceremony of trainees who were accepted for the Health and Safety Environment Technical Skills Development (TSD) 2.0 initiative which was founded and sponsored by his company, Hybrid Group.
The ceremony which took place at the Hybrid Group headquarters in Opebi-Ikeja was witnessed by leading industry expert .


The HSE-TSD program is an HSE career empowerment project established as one of Hybrid Group’s Corporate and Personal Social Responsibility (CSR-PSR).
The 7 months intensive program was free for all participants, which was both theoretical and practical.

Our Goal is to raise Safety Professionals : Hybrid Group CEO
Our Goal is to raise Safety Professionals : Hybrid Group CEO

Speaking at the event, Hybrid-Group CEO Dapo Omolade appreciated everyone (onsite and virtual) for being in attendance and also recognized the presence of key personalities onsite among whom are Joseph Carew, CEO, Hommaston Ltd; Engr. Jamiu Badmus, Founder, QHSES leadership Network; Monica Nwosu, CEO Fresh Fountain Consulting; Ehi Iden, CEO, OHSM; Temitope Mudele, Chairman IOSH West Africa; Adebola Bada, Total Energies Safety Operations Manager; Debo Ajose, HSE Team Lead, Nigerian Aviation Handling Company; Waliu Adegoke, CEO Qodar Safety Consults, Femi Da Silva, CEO HSENations among other.
He said “It gladdens my heart that the batch 2 project was a success, especially some doubts I had when I started the first batch.”

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Furthermore, he applauded the determination and strength of the trainees and that they were lucky to be selected out of over 300 applicants.
He also stated that the goal of the company was to continue to strive, get better and to develop a set of people that can become professionals.
“I am already looking forward to TSD 3.0 as the company continues to give back to society,” he added.

Darlington Achuwa, the Project HSE Supervisor of Hybrid group shared his experience on how he found Hybrid via social media and how privileged he was to have passed through the program. He reiterated that the TSD program was very intense as it was designed to ensure that competence was developed in HSE.
“The curriculum was so robust that it was worthy of a diploma in Operational Health and Safety with its modules following the provisional educational system where most of its assessments are based on assignment and examinations, direct observation, questioning, third party evidence, product-based assessment and portfolio assessment which was used to grade their performances to ensure it brings out the best in them,” he said.
Monica Nwosu, one of the founders, Trustee/Director of, the Nigerian Society of Management Systems Practitioners and Association of Nigerian Women Safety Professionals stated that she was privileged to mentor these graduates. She stressed that leadership is not a title but giving back to the society.
Nwosu added that the consistency in character and mindset was impressive and gave kudos to the Human Resource team for selecting such bright and determined individuals.
In his own remarks, HSENations (AfriSAFE) CEO, Femi Da Silva appreciated the organizers and mentioned how grateful he was to be a product of the Hybrid system.
He added that “success is looking for a human needs and reaching out to meet that need”.

He enjoined the trainees to locate human need within and outside the profession and reach out to meet that need.
Dapo Omolade who presented the trainees their certificates of completion also highlighted the key skills and knowledge that they had acquired during the training program.
In an interview with HSENations, one of the graduates, Ololade Oluwo stated that she was excited and grateful to be a product of the program and among the 5 to be selected also advised upcoming safety officers to key into the program as she assured them that they would get value for the 6 months program.
Sheriff Amoo, who got a job 4 months into the program, said that the program was highly aengaging as over 20 industrial professionals mentored them on how to kickstart their careers.

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