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OKOROMU OMOHAN DANIEL 51, Nuru-Oniwo Street, Aguda, S/Lere, Lagos. Tel: 08022230878, 01-8503335 dan.shalom@yahoo.co.uk

PERSONAL DATA ▪ Date of Birth: 16th June, 1967 ▪ State of Origin: Edo State

Nationality: Nigerian

▪ Gender: Male ▪ Marital Status: Married

CAREER OBJECTIVE: ▪ To develop a career with a reputable organisation, whose priorities are placed in the achievement of excellence through hard-work, integrity and result oriented services to succeed.

▪ To engage in a challenging task around with opportunities to make decision on managerial level.

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

▪ Ability to take on tasks and accomplish them ▪ Ability to assume responsibility quickly and effectively ▪ Inter-personal skills ▪ Ability to adapt to change ▪ Excellent communication skills

INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED WITH QUALIFICATIONS

▪ University of Lagos, School of M. Sc Geography Postgraduate Studies. (2007- 2008)

▪ University of Lagos, Faculty B.Sc (Hons.) Geography & Planning of Environmental Sciences, (1986-1990) Geography & Planning

▪ C.M.S. Grammar School, Bariga W.A.S.C O’Level Lagos – State (1978-1984)

• Biggix Limited Corporate Management Integration N.P.A.Tin Can Island Port, Lagos. (CMI). (September 22-24 1999)

• Laimog (Consulting) Ventures Effective Cost Management Strategies Tin Can Port, Apapa. Course. (October 24-26, 2001)

• Flame Communications International Effective Techniques in materials N.P.A. Apapa Port, Lagos. Management. (November 1-3, 2001)

• Bytes & Baker Associates Strategic Planning & Duty Loyalty to N.P.A. Training Centre, Apapa. Management. (November 20 – 28, 2001)

• Nigerian Ports Authority & Jutco- National Workshop on Nigerian Ports Pollutec Nig. Ltd. (Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja). Environment. (July 3-5, 2002)

• General Services & Marine Safety Ltd. Nigerian Ports Authority Workshop on Gate Way Hotel, Ota (Ogun State). The Role of Dredging in Port Development. (October 8- 10, 2003)

• Tukod Associates Limited. Work shop on Budget & Budgetary Tin Can Port, Apapa. Control. (May 16-18, 2005). • Nigerian Institute of Safety Professionals’ H.S.E. Training (Level 2 & 3) (SPDC Accredited Contractor Employee) (September 2007)

• United States Environmental Protection Agency, Fundamentals Of Oil Spill Response In cooperation with the United States Department Coordination & Shoreline Clean Up Of State (Abuja, Nigeria) Assessment. (January 12-23, 2009)

• NOSDRA & Environmental Accord Nig. Ltd. Fundamentals of Oil Spill Detection & (At the NOSDRA , Lagos Zonal Office) Response (July 20 -21, 2009)

• International Maritime Organisation(I.M.O.) Oil Pollution Preparedness and Response (By NOSDRA Lagos Zonal Office) Convention (OPRC Level I) and Trajectory Modelling Course. (February 2010) • Oil & Gas Soft Skills Limited Strategic Management of Oil & Gas Projects
(www.og-softskills.com) (August 11-13, 2010)

• Richflood International Comprehensive Environmental Impact Abuja, Nigeria Assessment (EIA) Training Course (November 22-25, 2010)

• ESRI Educational Services Introduction to Arc GIS I&II Abuja, Nigeria (May 2011)

• GI WACAF Regional Conference Oil Spill Preparedness & Response. 2011, Lagos (October 10-14, 2011)

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS ▪ Member, Nigerian Environmental No.0306 Society (MNES)

▪ Chartered Member, Wastes Management Society of Nigeria (CW.Mgr.) No.10254

▪ Member, Nigerian Institute of Safety Professionals No.2780

WORK EXPERIENCE:

|ESTABLISHMENT/DESIGNATION: | DUTIES |PERIOD/ POSITION |
|National Oil Spill Detection |Enforcement & Compliance |Mar. 2009 - Till Date. |
|& Response Agency (LZO) |Oil Spill Responder |(Asst. Chief Env. Scientist). |
| |Planning & Implementation | |
| | |Nov. 2008- Mar. 2009. |
|National Oil Spill Detection |As Above |(Asst. Chief Env. Scientist). |
|& Response Agency HQ. (NOSDRA) |Environmental Assessments | |
| |Environmental Auditing |Oct. 2006 – Nov. 2008. |
|Dite Nigeria Limited |Social Impact assessments |(Environmental Consultant) |
|14, Adeniyi Jones, Ikeja. |H.S.E. (assessment, training and Development). | |
|(Head of Environmental and Safety Projects ) |Waste Management (Planning , training and development) | |
| |Petroleum Tank-Farms assessments. | |
| | | |
|Nigerian Ports Authority, Crude Oil Monitoring &|Set up the container- Port Terminal Pollution – Control Dept. |Nov. 2005 – July 2006 |
|Pollution – Control Dept. (Marine) |Advise the Port Manager on Marine Environmental Issues |(Manager, Pollution Control) |
|(Chief Port Pollution- Control Officer, |Attend meetings on behalf of Port Management. | |
|Container Terminal Port, Apapa) |Ensures, personnel of the dept. enforces Marine Pollution laws| |
| | | |
| |Ensures an enabling waste Management-Plan is established. | |
| | | |
|Nigerian Ports Authority Crude Oil Monitoring & |Report to the Chief Port Pollution Control Officer, P.H |July 2000 – Nov. 2005. |
|Pollution- Control Dept. (Marine) Port-Harcourt.|Organise the daily operations |(Assistant Manager Pollution Control) |
|(Assistant Manager, Pollution – Control) |Attend committee meetings (Port) | |
| |Review, Env. Management Plan | |
| |Studies E.I.A. & E.A.R. of companies within and around the | |
| |Port- area. | |

| | | |
|Nigerian Ports Plc. Office of the General |Organise operational schedules |Oct. 1994 – Nov. 1995 |
|Manager, Marine & Operations. HQ. Marina |Organise stakeholders forum |(Snr. Oil Monitoring Officer) |
|(Personal - Assistant) |Schedule the G.M.’s daily activities and meetings. | |
| | | |
|Nigerian Ports Plc. Crude-Oil monitoring & |Enforcement of MARPOL 73/78 |July 1994 – July 1996 (Pollution |
|Pollution Control dept. (Western Zone) |Daily Surveillance of the Port |Control Officer 1) |
|(Pollution-Control Officer 1) |Jetties and Industries Inspection (Env. Management Systems) | |
| |Pollution prevention & control | |
| |Waste management (Marine) | |
| | | |
|Nigerian Ports Plc |Periodic Survey of the harbour & channels |Sept. 1993 - |
|Hydrographic survey section |Laying of navigational buoys |July .1994. |
|Harbours Dept. Marine & Operations Division. |Reduction of charts & pre-dredging operations |(Hydrographic Surveyor II) |
|(Hydrographic – Surveyor II) | | |
| | | |
|Nigerian Postal Services |Mail monitoring & logistics |Sept. 1991 - Sept. 1993. |
|(NIPOST), Lagos Territorial |Inspections & Establishment of postal facilities |(Postal Controller II) |
|HQ, Marina |Periodic auditing and review of postal stock/accounts | |
|(Postal – Controller II) | | |
| | | |
|Sokoto State Water Board |Borehole drilling/assessment |1990 |
|Hydrology ad Borehole |Rural-Water supply projects |(NYSC) |
|Section |Maintenance of rural & semi -urban borehole systems | |
|(Corper Hydrologist) | | |

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

• Potentials of the University of Lagos Lagoon – front for Recreational Purpose. (August 1989) • Psycho – Physical Perception of Choropleth Map among University of Lagos, Akoka Students. (1990) • Water Supply of University of Lagos , Akoka-Campus in the year 2005.(1990) • Coping with Stress in the Office. (1998) • Proposal : The need for a Safety Policy in Nigerian Ports Authority.(2005) • Guideline on the Management of Ship’s Generated Wastes. ( 2005 ) • Spatial conditions in Geography and why they are difficult to model (2008) • Tourism demand and travel motivation (2008) • A Study of Accommodation – Service Hospitality Establishments in Surulere and Ikeja Tourism Development Zones of Lagos – State. (2008)

REFEREES

Bishop Joseph Ebhohimen Living Faith Church (Alias known As Winners’ Chapel), Kaduna, Kaduna-State.

Ms. E.A. Eghareva Executive Director, Marine and Operations Division, Nigerian Ports Authority, Headquarters, Lagos.

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