ResponsibilitiesSuccessful candidate shall;
Report to the Base Superintendent.
Be able to supervise oil spill response planning and clean-up operations. As su
07 October, 2013
About Clean Nigeria Associates Limited/Gte
Clean Nigeria Associates (CNA) was formed in November 1981 by the oil producing companies as a non-profit organisation to enhance the oil spill containment and clean up capabilities of each member oil company operating in Nigeria. CNA’s primary purpose is to minimise the impact of oil spills on sensitive ecosystems.
CNA stores and maintain in a state of constant readiness, the most comprehensive and advanced containment and clean up equipment available in Nigeria under an experienced and seasoned management team.
CNA became a company limited by guarantee on 8th of September, 2000 with a constituted Board of Directors as the highest policy making body of the organisation, as well a Technical Committee which serves as its advisory arm. A constituted management team overseas the day-to-day running operations of the company.
During oil spill containment and clean up operations, CNA functions under the sole direction and control of the member company requesting the assistance, providing specialist advise and full response activities. Request for CNA assistance is made directly to CNA management who then mobilizes its personnel to the site and subsequently report its operational activities to the BOD.
CNA has in its operation, an equipment investment valued at over $ 20 Million. These equipment are strategically located in manned bases and storage deports to provide prompt and effective response to an oil spill emergency. The operating bases are at Port Harcourt, Warri, Eket, Kaduna,Brass and Mosimi.
Although CNA’s equipment stockpiles are primarily for use in the inland, coastal and offshore exploration and production areas, CNA makes equipment available for members and non-members spill anywhere within Nigeria and bordering countries. Fast response equipment can be at an oil spill site up to 160 kilometres away within six hours of notification depending on time of call out.