Big business are first to receive certificates of compliance with labor laws
In the NCR, Baldoz awards CoC to 278 establishments; McDonald’s, Mercury Drug, and Puregold among them

Labor and Employment Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz yesterday lauded the  278 companies, among them marquee names in Philippine business, in the National Capital Region (NCR) that were awarded  with Certificates of Compliance (CoC) on General Labor Standards and Occupational Safety and Health Standards.

“I salute you for your willingness and volunteerism to undergo assessment under the DOLE’s new labor laws compliance system (LLCS),” Baldoz said in her message after she handed out the CoCs to representatives, among them owners themselves, of the 278 establishments that have been certified compliant with labor laws and occupational safety and health standards at the first industry-wide joint assessment in the NCR, held at the Occupational Safety and Health Center on Thursday last week.

The 278 compose the first batch of establishments awarded the CoCs after the joint assessment.

“The Certificates of Compliance that the DOLE awards you today will hopefully inspire and encourage you to be more committed in creating a climate of productivity and decent work.  This is also  a way for you to help us achieve our goal of inclusive growth,”  said Baldoz in her message.

Golden Arches Development Corporation (franchise holder of McDonald’s); Mercury Drug Corporation; Manila North Harbor Port; Hotel Oceanis/China Oceanis Phils. Inc.; Broadway Motor Sales Corp (Nissan-UN); 2Go Group Inc.; 2Go Express, Inc; Maynilad;  Puregold Price Club, Inc.; Radio Veritas Global Broadcasting System, Inc.; Toyota Qiezon Ave.; Pinakamasarap Corp.; Bestank Manufacturing Corporation; Candyman Inc.; JBC Food Corp.; Convergys Philippines Services Corporation; DHL Express Phils. Corporation; KLM Royal Dutch Airlines; and  Destileria Limtuaco and Co., Inc. were among the country’s top businesses that received their CoC from Baldoz.

Also awarded their CoC were Pfizer Inc.; Medicard Philippines, Inc.; Sanofi Aventis Philippines, Inc.; Sun Life Grepa Financial, Inc.; Discovery Tours, Inc.; Honda Cars; JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A.; Zitech Asia Pilipinas, Inc.; Beuchem Industries International, Inc.; Fortune Packaging Corporation; Puregold Finance, Inc.; and Yakult Marketing Corporation.

In her message, Baldoz underscored the DOLE’s heightened and intensified effort to foster among the country’s private business establishments a culture of voluntary compliance with labor laws and OSH standards for the benefit of Filipino workers.

“Nagpapasalamat ako sa mga kompanyang binigyan ng CoC. Talaga pong natutuwa ako na kayo ay boluntaryong sumailalim sa proseso ng labor law compliance system.  When you comply with labor standards and occuapational safety and health standards that is very good for your business and to your employees,”  said Baldoz.

The Labor Laws Compliance System, embodied under Department Order 131-13, is a reform program of the DOLE that aims to build a culture of voluntary compliance and to strengthen industrial peace and harmony in the country.

Baldoz said that what makes the LLCS more acceptable and effective is that it is tripartite, involving workers and employers which the government brings together to foster common understanding that it is all for their benefit to comply with all labor laws and OSH standards.

She emphasized that the LLCS is in compliance with the directives of President Benigno S. Aquino III to the DOLE to execute all labor laws to guarantee the welfare and benefits of employees and to ensure that “jobs already here are not lost”.

The other companies which receive their CoC from the labor and employment chief during the event are as follows:

Granite Services International, Inc.; Ran-Gen Transport Corp.; Shimizu Philippine Contractors, Inc.; Great  Seas Mariners Training and Assessment Center, Inc.; Corserve Management, Inc.;  DHL Global Forwarding Phils., Inc.; ADFIL Shipmanning and Management Corp.; JITS Construction Corp.; Maybank; ATR Kim Eng Securities, Inc.;  Dominican Tours and Travel Agency; Trans-Asia Oil and Energy Development Corp.;  Japan Radio Company Ltd.;

Servicio Filipino, Inc.; Colayco Foundation for Education, Inc.; Egis Projects Phils., Inc.; Lord’s Hand Academy, Inc.; Easy Cash Lending Co. Inc.;  2Go Logistics, Inc.; Hapag-Lloyd Philippines, Inc.;  Special Container and Value Added Services, Inc.; Van Hawk Paper Phils., Inc.; Far East Industrial Supply and Co. Inc.; Kimbells  Pack, Inc.;

Fompac Plastics Corp.; Supa Nova Foods , Inc.; Philippine Psychological Corp.; Philippine Stock Exchange Condominium Centre; Ann’s Print Corp.; Bellflower International; Cashman Transport Corp.; Chiyoda Phils. Corp.; EPTI Manufacturing Corp.; GLIM Diversified Sales and Services Corp.; JEC Realty Corp.; Korpack Phils. Corp.; Servcare International Corp.;

Takasago International Phils. Inc.; TGP Pharma Inc. and  all its branches in the NCR; ERIKAGEN, Inc (Generika Drugstore) and 5 branches in  Muntaparlas; American Wire and Cable Co. Inc.; Asian Antibiotics, Inc.; Atlas Metal Products; Fuji Mart, Inc.; MK Manila Shipmanagament, Inc.; Multiflex RNC Phils., Inc.; Regent Foods Corp.; RL Graphic Arts, Inc.;

SSI Metal Corp.; The Corporate Inn, Inc.; The Fabulous Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services; Top Boss Plastic, Inc.; Universal Towel Manufacturing; Adkins Travel Agency, Inc.; Air Liquide Phils. Inc.; Associated Wire Corp.; Bioresearch, Inc.; Care Asia Health Products, Inc.; CC Barleta Machine Shop; GFI Enterprises, Inc.;  Western Grand Central Company, Inc.;   NGC Medical Specialist Clinic; Vibelle Manufacturing Corp.;

LBS Technologies Asia Pacific Corp.; Loyola House of Studies; LTE Philippines, Inc.; Philippine Belt Manufacturing Corp.; Philippine Dentists’ Development Cooperative; Philippine Radio Education and Information Center; Republic Biscuit Corp.; Rex Crown Publications Inc.; Shell Baler Service Center; St. Matthews Publishing Corp.; Temps  and Staffers inc.; Twin Aces Industries, Inc.; Western Grand Central Co., Inc.;

 

SP Deloraya Job Contracting and Consultancy Services; Ace Diagnostics Corp.;
Autochina Inc.; AVK Philippines, Inc.; Bonpack Corp.; City Super, Inc.; Dell Global BV-Philippine Representative Office; E.A. Ramirez Construction Inc.; Excel Quality, Inc.; Globesco Inc.; Hiyas Press, Inc.; Hunter Douglas Philippines, Inc.; July Manufacturing Co. Inc.; Kinderheim, Inc.; Philippine Oncology Center Corp.; Alba Metal Corp.; CDC Manufacturing Corp.; Flexible Packaging Corp.; Formey Plastics, Inc.; Goodyear Farms, Inc.;

Malabon Soap and Oil Industrial Corp.; Manila Plastic Products; Mitsuboshi Belting Phil. Corp.; Peotraco Industries Corp.; Polyfoam-RGC International Corp.; Sanicon Manufacturing Corp.; Southeast Polymer Corp.; Super Candy, Inc.; Tone Guide Press, Inc.; Triple Star Staffing Center, Inc.; Worldwide Plastic Products; Albert Metal Craft; Aspen Paper Products Corp.; Atlantic Manufacturing Co., Inc.; Ferrotech Steel Corp.;

Interpack packaging Product Corp.; Malabon Container Corp.;  Mega Soft Hygienic Products; Nettex Manufacturing and Export Corp.; Newtown Electrical Equipment;
Pacific Rayon Manufacturing Corp.;  Philippine Fishing Gear Industries; Solmac Marketing, Inc.; Stateline Snackfood  Corp.; Sterling Steel; Twin Pack Container Corp.; United Container Corp.; CB Richard Ellis Philippines, Inc.; CIBI Information Inc.; CMCC Communication Phil., Inc.; Credit Suisse Securities Phils.; and Griffin Sierra Travel Inc.

END/maring

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