Policy Statements



Paul-B Nigeria Plc. utilizes a corporate safety manual that provides company employees of all categories with essential guidelines on the various safety aspects and precautions related to their respective occupation with a view to promoting safety and minimizing accidents.

This manual comprises two sections:
Section 1: addresses the general company policy relating to safety, its contingency plan, safety Programs, goals and organization.
Section 2: provides general safety guidelines as applicable to a wide range of activities, occupations and locations.

Paul-B Nigeria Plc. Community Affairs, Safety, Health, Environment and Security policy is planned as follows:


Paul-B Nigeria Plc. has it as a policy to hire local labour whenever possible in order to assist in stimulating the economy of the local community and develop the skills of the locals and show a high sense of commitment to the communities where we are operating.


Paul-B Nigeria Plc. believes that a safer job is more efficient and less costly. It is the policy of the company to ensure that jobs are carried out in a safe way. This is done by promoting safety awareness among the workforce. Staff are given safety awareness courses and drills, and are expected to constantly be on alert when working within our premises and customers premises


It is the policy of Paul-B Nigeria Plc. to execute all work in accordance with the procedures and guidelines outlined in the cooperate safety manual in order to minimize accidents, protect life, property and the environment within which it operates.

It is recognized that for a business venture to be successful, vital assets need to be protected. These are: Life, Property and Environment. Paul-B Nigeria Plc. is totally committed to the preservation of these assets, be they its own, its client's or national, as is the case for environmental protection.

To give meaning to this policy Paul-B Nigeria Plc. provides its entire staff with the opportunities for acquiring the knowledge and the application and thereof, to actively participate in the execution of its safety programs.


It is Paul-B Nigeria Plc.'s policy to provide a healthy workforce by way of providing a workplace, which protects the health of its employees, clients and the surrounding community. The aim of our health policy is to provide awareness through preventive program, education, encouraging voluntary participation and encouraging personal responsibility. This is considered important to guarantee the corporate investment and quality products / services to our customers.


It is the policy of Paul-B Nigeria Plc. to conduct its business in a way that protects the environment. In doing this, we apply the best practicable means to preserve air, water, soil, plant and animal life from adverse effects of our operations.


The Management of Paul-B Nigeria Plc. has it as a policy to make all personnel and properties secure as well as third parties. In doing this, we have an integrated security system with well trained personnel. Staff are also given security awareness course.


Management responsibility: Paul-B management aims at all times to achieve quality and durability. In this way, the company has built its strong reputation and achieved many of the most prestigious and technically impressive projects to the full satisfaction of the clients. The objective of the management of Paul-B Nigeria Plc. is to provide its services in the manner that conforms to the Client's contractual and regulatory requirements. In addition, PAUL-B personnel bring their experiences and know-how in order to reach a high quality level.

Quality Assurance is fundamental to all works and services undertaken by Paul-B Nigeria Plc. and always practiced by all personnel of the project in their daily activities. As a guideline for project personnel to comply with, our Quality Policy Statement is developed for each project based on the International standard for Quality Assurance ISO 9002 and contract requirements. Quality is fully integrated in the following four major points in order to obtain the highest Client's satisfaction with the best efficiency.

  1. Anticipation
  2. Organization and management co-ordination
  3. Construction
  4. Inspection

Each employee of Paul-B is expected to comply with and ensure compliance with all methods described in our Quality Assurance Manual. The Quality Assurance Manager particularly follows up the efficiency of the quality system and reports to the management its adequacy.


PAUL-B quality plan simply follow the under-listed process:

  1. Work procedures Definitions
  2. Controlled process through
  3. Planning, Follow – up of daily work, Inspection and testing at various stages & quality control
  4. Documentation – Control of Quality records: Emphasis is placed on ensuring that:-
    1. Materials receipts are compliant with approved specifications
    2. Concrete batching and placing are in accordance with design requirements
    3. Control of supplied products by others e.g Steel structure, Aluminum, Ceiling, Air-Conditioning, etc are complaint with approved specification.
    4. General site practice and procedures are approved standard.

All resources, equipment, skills necessary to achieve the required quality are identified in the preparatory stage of the construction and set-up during mobilization stage.

Necessary inspections at the different stages of the construction process and acceptance criteria are identified in QC plans given in production method statement. Anticipation, Organization, management co-ordination, Construction & Inspection

Each employee of Paul-B is expected to comply with and ensure compliance with all methods described in our Quality Assurance Manual. The Quality Assurance Manager particularly follows up the efficiency of the quality system and reports to the management its adequacy.


The purpose of the Quality System is to implement on the Project the Management Quality Policy in accordance with the contract and ISO 9002 Standard.

We implement Quality System defined in:

  • Our Quality Assurance Manual
  • The associated procedures prepared by the project team during the preparation stage of the project and approved by the Client.

Recruitment of Nigerian Labour

The company by its mission statement is dedicated to the utilization of local expertise as much as possible, in executing its project. This is borne out of its conviction that there exists a huge pool of expertise locally awaiting development and use. There is therefore a structured program of motivating and encouraging employees to develop and acquire experience in the company.

The company emphasizes in-house training program for various staff, it also sponsors staff for seminars and workshops relevant to the company's objective. Recently, the company initiated contact with Industrial Training Fund (ITF) so as to ensure that its human capacity Development program is ITF accredited.

We have concluded discussions with a representative of the International Labour Organization in Geneva, to aid us in our training program, particularly as other indigenous companies in the industry have expressed their willingness to join our initiative. This will ultimately be of greater benefit to communities where our operations are high. Disputes are mainly resolved using Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Mechanism. These include Negotiation, Medication, Conciliation and other methods that ensure a win-win outcome.

Disciplinary measures commence with warnings or queries, which may lead to layoffs in extreme circumstances. However, affected staff are afforded ample opportunity to defend themselves whilst as a matter of policy, any disciplinary action is limited to the scope provided by the terms of employment. We maintain workmen's compensation insurance cover for our staff, which is renewed annually. We also engage Nigeria students on Industrial Training and Youth Corps Program.

The company has a policy of sustaining friendly relationship with its host community. This is achieved by:

  1. Employing local labour as much as possible
  2. Awarding petty supply contracts to the locals
  3. Equipping local labour with craft skills through monitoring on project sites
Thus local boys are attached to artisans on site to understudy and thereby develop competence in the trade.