SON reiterates safe use of gas cylinders to check hazards
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), has reiterated its warning to consumers on the safe use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and other cylinders in view of recent explosions around the country involving the product.
Safeguarding Nigerian industries through standards under AfCFTA regime
Preparatory to the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), implementation in July 2020, there are concerns about how the Nigerian economy, especially the industrial sector...
SON approves Pidgin English for education on rights
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has approved Law in Pidgin English Radio programme to educate Nigerians, especially those at the grassroots on their rights and privileges.
SON tasks importers on backward integration
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has urged importers to venture into manufacturing to create wealth and job opportunities for the nation's teeming unemployed youths.
SON tasks steel operators on standards, global competitiveness
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has said that Nigeria’s endorsement of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) has equipped local steel producers for the global market.SON Director-General, Osita Aboloma
SON seizes N500 million substandard roofing sheets
Towards curbing the sale and manufacture of substandard roofing sheets in the country, Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has apprehended galvanized roofing sheets and aluminium...
SON mulls new standards for cereal products
In an effort to boost breakfast meals with high dietary value especially for children, Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), through its technical committee, is developing new Nigeria Industrial Standards...
SON begins capacity building for technical committee members
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), has commenced capacity development training for 43 members of the National Mirror and Technical Committees on Governance of Organisations and the Anti-Bribery Management Systems Standards.