The Faces Behind a World Class Safety Milestone

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While it is crucial for the right policies and systems to be in place, the fact is that ultimately safety records are delivered by people. As FIRST E&P celebrates the passing of the 5-million-man hour mark of Lost-Time Incident Free Operations in November 2022, the company does so with pride in the strong sense of personal ownership and responsibility displayed by all FIRST E&P employees towards maintaining a safe workplace.

In light of this, a key part of our celebrations to commemorate the milestone was a recommitment by our employees to continue to keep safety as a key priority in a bid to deliver the next 5 million Man-hours of operations with zero lost-time incidents.

We collected dozens of pledges from employees that show just how important and personal safety is to us as an organization.

See some pledges made by FIRST E&P employees below, as well as some pictures from the employee event held on November 4th to celebrate the delivery of the world class milestone.

”I pledge to use my knowledge, awareness and attitude to be a safe employee. I will share safety information and speak up/intervene when I see an unsafe action or condition”

– Carol Anim

“I pledge to lead the safety culture and be the most admired FIRST E&P ambassador everywhere I go!”

– Rasheedat Ninalowo

”I pledge to choose safety and never to allow luck to run out”

– Otokini David-West

“I pledge to always be intentional about the safety of myself, my colleagues, my family, on and off work. I will boldly stop and correct unsafe acts and also humble myself to be corrected as well to maintain safety”

– Desmond Ebitimi

“I pledge to be intentional with my safety and that of those around me”

– Ayebatonye Benjamin Basuo

“As the Managing Director and Chief Safety Officer at FIRST E&P, HSES and specifically Safety of ALL our people and in our operations is of prime importance to me.   I hereby pledge to work collaboratively to ensure all staff get home safely to their families always. I will lead by example and re-commit to instill a safety culture amongst everyone”

– ‘Demola Adeyemi-Bero MD/CEO FIRST E&P

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Juliet Ehimuan

Non-Executive Director

Juliet Ehimuan is Director of Google in West Africa. She was named by Forbes as one of the top 20 power women in Africa, by the London Business School as one of 30 people changing the world; and featured in the BBC Africa Power Women series, and on CNN Innovate Africa.

With over 25 years experience primarily in Technology, Oil & Gas, and New Media industries across Europe, Middle East and Africa; Juliet is a leading voice on Innovation, Transformation, and Leadership. She has received numerous awards for outstanding contribution to the digital landscape in Africa. Under her leadership, the Google team has made a significant impact on local content development, infrastructure deployment, and digital capacity building.

Juliet has degrees from the London Business School, University of Cambridge; and Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. She was awarded IT Personality of the Year in 2012 by the Nigeria Computer Society, Digital Personality of the year 2016 by Marketing World; and received a 2015 Titans of Technology award from TechnologyAfrica.

She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and recently published 30 Days of
Excellence, a leadership and effectiveness guide.