The Caloocan City Government has officially awarded the first-ever Safety Seal Certification to SM Center Sangandaan for private establishments in the city.
On behalf of Mayor Oscar "Oca" Malapitan, City Administrator Engr. Oliver Hernandez joined Trade Undersecretary Ireneo Vismonte, DILG NCR Assistant Regional Director Ana Lyn Baltazar-Cortez, DILG Caloocan Director Marco Cabueños, Caloocan Business Permit and Licensing Office head Cho Vergara, Caloocan PNP chief Col. Samuel Mina, BFP Caloocan Chief Inspector Bernard Batnag Jr., and SM Malls Assistant VP for Operations North 5 and 6 Ms. Ana Datu in awarding the seal.
The Safety Seal is issued to public and private establishments that comply with the minimum public health standards set by the government, including the use of the StaySafe.PH App, which is the designated official contact tracing app in the country.
In Mayor Oca’s message, he announced that the Safety Seal is important for an establishment so that people can be confident its area is safe because safety protocols are being enforced.
Mayor Oca once again expressed his gratitude to the management of SM Center Sangandaan, a regular mass vaccination site in the city.
"At this time, we need to work together to provide our people with a safe environment so that even little by little our economy can recover, and we can return to the normal situation as before," the Mayor said.
For public establishments wishing to apply for Safety Seal Certification, they can apply online at safetyseal.ncr.dilg.gov.ph.
For private establishments in the city that also want to apply for Safety Seal Certification, contact the City Business Permit and Licensing Office at 8288-88-11 local 2217.
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