SON raises concern over sub-standard steel materials
The Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON), on Tuesday, raised the alarm that over 95 per cent of steel and iron materials in the Nigerian market were sub-standard.
SON to leverage accredited labs to end rejection of exports
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has stated that by leveraging its three accredited laboratories, the country would witness a gradual end to the incessant rejection of locally-made goods at the international market.
SON Act and illegality of agency’s eviction from Nigerian ports
Although the Federal Government’s decision to evict the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) from the seaports, in 2012 negates SON 2015 Act, it was accepted because of the need to streamline the vetting process of imported goods ....
SON raises alarm over importers operating from remote areas
The Director-General of the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Farouk Salim has disclosed that importers of substandard products have resorted to operating from remote areas
‘FG should uphold DVB-T2, LTE networks for flawless co-existence’
The Federal Government has been told to uphold the protection ratio of Digital Video Broadcasting – second generation terrestrial (DVB-T2) and Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks for a flawless co-existence.
Substandard steel products flood markets in south east, others
Substandard steel products are being sold in major building materials in the country, especially in southeast and southwest areas, raising fears among prospective homebuilders on the spate of building collapse.
SON council approves 96 new standards for businesses
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) Governing Council has approved 96 new Nigerian Industrial Standards for national use. The standards cut across chemical technology, electrical/electronics...
SON arraigns businessman for engine oil adulteration, logo forgery
Justice Maureen Onyetenu of the Federal High Court, Lagos, has remanded in police custody a businessman, Chidi Nwanyanwu, charged with adulteration of engine oil and inscribing forged Standard Organisations of Nigeria (SON) logos on the products.
SON commits to deploying ICT for efficiency
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has expressed its commitment to the effective deployment of information and communication technology towards becoming a high performing agency.
SON warns dealers under-dispensing oxygen, medical gases
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has issued an alert to the public on recent complaints received on under-dispensing of oxygen and other medical gases by plant owners in some parts of the country.