Samuel A. Oyewole

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An analysis of the soil quality in the Niger Delta Area (NDA) was carried out to determine the severity of soil contamination. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) risk assessment model was used in determining the potential health risk due to lifetime exposure (by means of ingestion, dermal contact and inhalation) of the population to(More)
This paper intends to provide an overview of a statistical technique to assess a safety intervention program from a business perspective. A mathematical model is developed for predicting incident rates. The developed model could be used to better predict the allocation and optimization of resources which in turn minimizes the cost of incident prevention.(More)
The application of chemometrics in the assessment of toxicants, such as heavy metals (HMs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) potentially derived from petrochemical activities in the microenvironment, is vital in providing safeguards for human health of children and adults residing around petrochemical industrial regions. Several multivariate(More)
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