The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) encourages Antique establishments to apply for Safety Seal
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Antique is encouraging businesses to register for the Safety Seal, which certifies that they follow basic public health procedures in the fight against coronavirus illness in 2019. (Covid-19).
In an interview on Friday, DTI Antique Information Officer Lynna Joy Cardinal stated the Robinson’s Supermarket received the first Safety Seal immediately after their inspection on June 16, 2021.
“Right after our inspection, we awarded the Robinson’s Supermarket the Safety Seal since we discovered that they were compliant, had a handwashing station, and had been rigorously following physical distance among their customers,” she said.
She said that the Robinson’s Mall has an isolation room for its asymptomatic Covid-19 workers.
She went on to say, “We’re pleased Robinson’s management was the one who encouraged its store to apply for the Safety Seal.”
Citi Hardware and EDE Engineering Enterprise, who voluntarily filed for the seal, are scheduled to be examined on June 21.
Grocery stores and supermarkets, convenience stores, building supply and hardware stores, logistics, barbershops and salons, and service and repair businesses are all inspected and certified by DTI.
“The Department of (the) Interior and Local Government (DILG) Antique provincial office conducts a simultaneous inspection and certification,” she said.
The DILG, DTI, Department of Tourism (DOT), and Department of Labor and Employment collaborated on the inspection and certification (DOLE). Each has been given a list of businesses or structures to inspect.