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SIWES INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (IT) REPORT 2

SIWES Industrial Training (IT) Report, JUHEL Nig. Ltd., Enugu


 

CHAPTER ONE

1.0                                                     INTRODUCTION

1.1 BRIEF HISTORY OF SIWES

SIWES was established by ITF in the year 1973 to serve the problem of lack of adequate practical skills preparatory for employment in industries by Nigeria tertiary institutions graduates. The scheme educates students on industrial based skills essential for a smooth transition from the classroom to the world of work. Students of tertiary institutions is given the opportunity of being familiarized and exposed to the needed experience in handling machinery and equipment which are usually not available in the educational institutions. Partaking in SIWES industrial training has become a crucial pre-condition for the award of diploma and degree certificates in specific disciplines in most institutions of higher learning in Nigeria in line with the government education policies. The Operators are; the ITF, the coordinating agencies (NUC, NCCE, NBTE), employers of labour and various institutions.

Funding- the federal government of Nigeria Beneficiaries are undergraduate students of the following disciplines: Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Education, Agriculture, Medical Science, Environmental, and pure and applied sciences. Duration is four months and one year for polytechnics and colleges of education respectively, and of course, six months for the universities.

1.2 OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHEME

  1. Provide avenues for students to acquire Industrial Skills for experience during their course of study.
  2. Expose student to work methods and techniques in handling equipment and machineries that may not be available in the University.
  3. Prepare students for Industrial work situation they are likely to meet after graduation.
  4. Provide students with the opportunities to apply their educational knowledge in real work situation, thereby bringing the gaps between theories for practice.
  5. To make the transmission from the schooling to world of work easier through enhancing student contact for later job placement.

1.3 BRIEF HISTORY OF THE COMPANY

Juhel Nigeria Limited is located at Emene, the industrial hub of Enugu, Enugu state capital, Nigeria. It is a 100% indigenous company incorporated in the year 1987, RC NO. 104.648, it is a wholesale pharmaceutical company. The company was born in answer to calls for local availability of cost-effective generic products to fill the gap left by multinational companies operating in the company. The founder, Dr. Ifeanyi Okoye, MNI, with a focused vision, ventured into the production and the factory was commissioned in 1989 as the first pharmaceutical tablet manufacturing company in old Anambra state.

By God’s Grace, and with diligence, dedication, commitment to work, the company has grown larger and is into production of not just drugs but also parentals and ivy table water including cream soda with the sole aim of achieving customer satisfaction.

 1.3.1 JUHELS POLICY

JUHEL Nigeria limited is an industry that observing current good manufacturing practices, good laboratory practices, statutory bodies requirements with the aim of achieving their customers satisfaction.

1.3.2 SAFETY RULES AND REGULATIONS

There are some safety rules and regulation that are observed in the company so as to ensure works are carried out in orderly manner.

Below are the Do’s and don’ts;

  • Do not enter the factory without the lab coat, factory shoes, cap and gloves as well as the nose mask, so as to avoid contamination.
  • Do not drink or play inside the factory to avoid contamination.
  • Always sterilize all working equipment before use.
  • Proper cleaning of working environment and machineries should be done every morning before resuming work and in the evening after work.
  • Loitering is not allowed around the factory during working hours.
  • All staff is expected to be in the various departments before 7.30am, lateness is not tolerated.
  • Always remove your working clothes and gloves while leaving your working bench to avoid environmental contamination.
  • Etc.

1.4 ORGANOGRAM

Like every other establishment, JUHEL Nigeria is so much organized from the management level down to the least in the establishment. Below is the structural chart of the organization in JUHEL Nigeria limited.

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Title: SIWES Industrial Training (IT) Report, JUHEL Nig. Ltd., Enugu

 

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