How safe is your establishment?

DTI 6 urges establishments to secure Safety Seal Certification

The Safety Seal Certification is a voluntary certification scheme asserting that an establishment is compliant with the minimum public health standards set by the government and uses or integrates its contact tracing with StaySafe.ph.

The DTI issues the Safety Seal Certificate for supermarkets, groceries, convenience stores, membership shopping clubs, construction supply/ hardware stores, logistics service providers, barbershops and salons, and service and repair shops.

Applying for a Safety Seal is at no cost to the establishment and is renewable; valid for six (6) months, except in the case of tourism enterprises where the seal is valid for one year.

Further, Safety Seal is only voluntary, it is not mandatory for continued operation. Establishments, however, still need to comply with minimum public health standards and the allowable operational capacity for continued operation.

As of June 22, the DTI VI has issued 19 Safety Seal Certificates to the following:

  • Aklan: (1) Wilcon Depot and (2) Gentrade International Phil. Inc. Service and Repair Shop
  • Antique: Robinsons Supermarket Corp.
  • Capiz: Robinsons Supermarket Corp. – Pueblo de Panay Branch and CityMall Roxas branches
  • Iloilo: (1) All Robinsons Supermarket branches, (2) SM Savemore in Strata Tower and Festive Mall, (3) Bruno’s Barbers in Festive Mall, and (4) Wilcon Depot
  • Negros Occidental: (1) Bruno’s Barber, (2) Robinsons Supermarket in Mansilingan, Villamonte and Triangle, and (3) Savemore East

Establishments may also apply for the Safety Seals Certificate through the following offices:

Department of Health
Hotels, Resorts, Apartment, Hotels
Other Accredited Accommodation Establishments
Travel and Tour Services
Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE)
Restaurants inside Hotels/Resorts

Department of Labor and Employment:
Manufacturing
Construction sites
Utilities (Electric, Water, Gas, Air Conditioning Supply, Sewerage, Waste Management)
Information and Communication Companies (Publication, News, Movie Production, TV and Radio)
Warehouses

Local Government Units:
Malls, Wet Markets, and Other retail stores
Restaurants outside Hotels/Resorts
Fast food, Eateries, Coffeeshops, etc.
Banks, money changers, pawnshops,
Remittance centers
Car wash
Laundry service centers
Art galleries, libraries, museums, zoos
Sports centers
Tutorial, Testing, and Review Centers
Gyms and Spas
Cinemas
Arcades
All other private establishments

Department of the Interior and Local Government and the Philippine National Police:
City Halls, Municipal Halls, Provincial Capitols
All other Local Government Unit facilities and buildings
Police Camps and Stations
Bureau of Fire Protection Offices and Fire Stations
Provincial/District/City Jails
Barangay halls and other barangay facilities
All other public establishments not covered by the other Issuing Agencies

Source: DTI 6

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