Pursuant to Executive Order No. 9 issued by Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo, all business establishments shall be inspected to evaluate if they have complied with the minimum public health standards set by the government to contain the spread of COVID-19.
An establishment with a Safety Seal is proof of its compliance to the minimum public health standards set by the government and uses or integrates its digital contact tracing with StaySafe.ph. application as well as increase consumer confidence to safely reopen the economy.
Mayor Remollo has already created the City Inspection and Certificate Committee, chaired by City Administrator Doram Dumalagan, mainly to inspect the private and public establishments, to issue and or revoke the Safety Seal.
In accordance to the DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2021-053, the Committee will inspect the establishments to ascertain if the complied to the required minimum public health standards such as availability of thermal scanners, health declaration sheets, QR Codes for StaySafe.ph, isolation area for identified symptomatic employees, BHERTs and other COVID-19 emergency hotlines are displayed in conspicuous area, handwashing stations with soap, sanitizers and hand drying equipment, installed physical barriers, personnel-in-charge for monitoring and maintaining of social distancing, windows for adequate air exchange, compliance to the disinfection protocol, conduct of regular cleaning and disinfection of establishment, constant wearing of face masks, presence of designated safety officer and storage facility for proper collection of infectious wastes.