ANTIPOLO City led by Mayor Andeng Ynares awardee three major malls the Safety Seal for followimg health protocols imposed by the localgovernment and Department of Health.
Ynares attached the Antipolo Safety Seal Robinsons Place Antipolo, SM Masinag at SM Cherry during simple ceremonies.
“Congratulations Robinsons Place Antipolo, SM Masinag and SM Cherry for receiving the Antipolo Safety Seal. Ang tatlong malls po ay pumasa sa Safety Certification program after matapos i-comply ang mga requirements tulad ng valid permit, digital contact tracing at pagsunod sa minimum health standards na itinakda ng Joint Memorandum Circular ng DOH-DTI-DOLE-DOT-DILG,” said Ynares.
As incentive, the three malls will be give 10% on-site operational capacity in accordance with IATF rules.
“Hinihikayat po natin ang mga private establishments na mag-apply din ng kanilang libreng Safety Seal na ang layunin ay pataasin ang kumpiyansa ng mga customer na ligtas ang inyong establisyimento,” said Ynares.
This can be see on the official facebook page of Antipolo and on the official page of Jun-Andeng Ynares.
Just log-on to bit.ly/AntipoloSafetySeal, then download the materials on bit.ly/AntipoloSafetySealMaterials.
Ynares had led the virtual orientation together with other cith establishments wherein she explained the monitoring and inspection of the city to ensure no customer with COVID infects local residents.
It has been a month since Andeng issued an Executive Order tasking local businesses to observe minimum health protocols among their sa mga tauhan and customers as part of their pandemic response against COVID.
Those who comply are awarded with the Antipolo Safety Seal Certification.
“Ang Safety Seal ay tanda na ligtas ang isang establisyimento dahil sumusunod at nagpapatupad ito ng mga minimum health protocols and standards,” said Ynares.
“Sa maikling salita, sinasabi nito na ang establisimiyento ay ligtas para sa mga customers nito,” added Andeng.
“Bago pa ang safety seal dati na namin ginagawa na inaatasan ang mga business establishments na magpatupad ng mga health protocols,” sabi ni Mayora Andeng.
The Philippine Commerce of Chamber and Industry-Antipolo Chapter has expressed support for the safety seal.
“Ang PCCI at business sector ay 100% ang suporta sa national government at local government ng Antipolo City. I encourage everyone na magregister sa Safety Seal program dahil practice na ito sa new normal. Kahit na bakunado tayo, kailangan pa rin ang patuloy na pagsunod sa safety protocols,” said Bryant Kim An, president ng PCCI Antipolo Chapter.
“Kapag may safety seal ka we are helping our consumers to increase theor confidence na i-patronize ang isang establishment at products o services nito,” said Cherribin Panganiban, loca government operations officer ng DILG.