• +234 816 830 8826, +234 815 626 0257
  • info@nosdra.gov.ng

Departments

OIL FIELD ASSESSMENT (OFA) DEPARTMENT

  • The responsibilities of the department include post-spill activities from review of oil spill notification reports through Risk Based Assessment (RBA) for oil spill incidences to site clean-up/ remediation assessment
  • Oil Field Assessment Department is further responsible for mapping, tracking and inventory of oil spill incidents on the Nigerian Oil Spill Monitor which is available at www.oilspillmonitor.ng
  • Oil Field Assessment Department also coordinates the activities of the Zonal Offices of the Agency, monitors environmental compliance, reviews community/ public complaints and laboratory analyses reports

PLANNING, POLICY ANALYSIS & RESEARCH (PPAR) DEPARTMENT

  • The responsibility of this department include budget planning, budget monitoring and evaluation, liaising with National Assembly/Budget Office of the Federation/National Planning Commission. They are involved in coordination of matters on MTSS, Vision 20:2020, NEEDS, MDGs, National Development Plan, Gender Issues etc. They monitor and evaluate projects/program and also the coordination of inter-departmental matters on performance monitoring

ASSET SAFETY AND MITIGATION (ASM) DEPARTMENT

  • The Asset Safety & Mitigation (ASM) Department was created on the 22nd June, 2011 following the restructuring of the Agency. It comprises of three units namely Facility Asset Monitoring (FAM); Facility Operations and Monitoring (FOM); and Risk Assessment and Hazard Analysis (RAHA) in order to perform series of activities like inventory/audit of oil spill response facilities, floating production storage, off load/deck and flow, station clean-up permit, dispersant’s permit, oil tank farms facility monitoring, activation of OSCP and spill drill exercises and pipeline integrity monitoring

FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT

  • Finance and Account Department is responsible for the Central Pay Office or Cash Office, Final Accounts, Vote Book/Advances, Bank Reconciliation, Payroll, and Checking Unit within the Agency
  • The existence of the Department makes the Accountant more efficient and effective in carrying out their individual duties and assignments

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (HRM) DEPARTMENT

  • The department of Human Resources Management is responsible for managing human resources in order to maximize productivity within the Agency. It oversees appointments, promotions, Staff welfare, discipline, employee benefits, recruitment, training and development, postings and transfers, performance appraisal and rewarding among others

GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

  • The department of General Services is responsible for Transport Administration, Utility Services, Store Management, Facility Management, Maintenance Management, Office Accommodation/Office allocation, Security and Cleaning Management