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18 Oct 2011


[PDF] Saipem's response to Platform report

We would like to underline that security of people and assets in Nigeria is managed by Saipem through the full respect of international standards and Nigerian laws. Based on these laws, the protection of facilities, people and assets is the sole responsibility of Nigerian Armed Military or Police Forces...Saipem under no circumstances can dictate to said military or police forces how to react to a security situation deemed dangerous. However our security policy is focused on preventing conflicts, respects external stakeholders, local traditions and people...At this time, no local or foreign security company employed by Saipem to provide un-armed surveillance services has been involved in a confrontation or dispute with the local population.

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