MGB 2 conducts budget proposal workshop
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan- In preparation for the nationwide budget proposal, the Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office No. II conducted a regional budget proposal workshop for calendar year 2021 on 3-4 February 2020 at MGB ROII Multi- Purpose Hall.
Diana Imie Estrada, Planning Officer/Budget Officer designate discussed the needed data to come up with the MGB ROII Budget Proposal with emphasis on the preparation of 2021 Budget Tier 2.
In his message, Regional Director Mario A. Ancheta said that the workshop will help us with our objectives and goals for 2021.
“I hope you will use this event to plan for your fieldworks as well as your manpower for proper utilization of our budget for next year,” RD Ancheta said.
Each division presented their proposed 2021 Work and Financial plan as well as their Annual Procurement Plan (APP) and their Training plan.
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Grade 12 students to explore geosciences, mining field
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan- The Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office No. II (MGB ROII) will provide a two-week Work Immersion Program (WIP) to 14 grade 12 students of Tuguegarao City Science High School and Cagayan National High School.
Regional Director Mario A. Ancheta said, “this is our way to encourage them to appreciate more about mining and geology.”
In his message during the Monday flag ceremony, “our immersion students will be taught by our technical staff basic knowledge on what we are doing in the Bureau. We might as well convince them to take geology and mining engineering courses.
The students will be exposed to lectures on general geology, hydrology, Vulnerability Risk Assessment (VRA) data digitization, geographic information systems (GIS), mining, and its social and environmental responsibility.
“We hope to provide learning opportunities to our grade 12 students as well as to let them appreciate the benefits of mining and geosciences,” Ancheta said.latest Running | Air Jordan 11 Retro High OG 'University Blue' — Ietp
Mines Bureau holds orientation on revised monitoring checklist to permit holders
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan- The Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office No. II recently conducted an orientation-workshop on MC No. 2018-02, otherwise known as Guidelines for Compliance and Rating/Scorecard of Mining Permit/Contracts on Industrial Sand and Gravel (ISAG) and Mineral Processing Permit Holders (MPP) held at MGB ROII Multi-Purpose Hall.
The activity was participated in by ISAG and MPP holders. This aimed to ensure an effective monitoring of tenements, safety and health, environmental management, and social development (T-SHES) requirements using the revised checklist and scorecard for the compliance of the mining companies.
Engr. Robert B. Carreon gave a brief talk on tenement monitoring checklist while Engr. Florentino C. Bangisan Jr. lectured on safety and health monitoring checklist, Engr. Patrisha P. Torcedo, on the other hand, talked about environmental monitoring checklist, and Demetrio B. Corsino on social development monitoring checklist.
Engr. Geoffrey V. Prado, Officer-In Charge of the Mine Management Division (MMD) in his message said, “We need to work hand-in hand to efficiently regulate the mining industry.”
“We are here to help and not to give burden on your operations. Our policies will guide you on sound implementation of your work programs,” he said.
After a series of lecture, a workshop on filling-up the monitoring scorecard was conducted by the participants. The workshop was facilitated in by Supervising Science Research Specialist Emely M. Delmendo. – Lyndee Rose S. BasilioRunning sneakers | Mens Footwear
VRA in Jones, Isabela conducted
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan- The Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office No. II recently conducted a vulnerability and risk assessment in Jones, Isabela.
All the 42 barangays were assessed,namely : Abulan, Addalam, Arubub, Bannawag, Bantay, Barangay I (Pob.), Barangay II (Pob.), Barangcuag, Dalibubon, Daligan, Diarao, Dibuluan, Dicamay I, Dicamay II, Dipangit, Disimpit, Divinan, Dumawing, Fugu, Lacab, Linamanan, Linomot, Malannit, Minuri, Namnama, Napaliong, Palagao, Papan Este, Papan Weste, Payac, Pongpongan, San Antonio, San Isidro, San Jose, San Roque, San Sebastian, San Vicente, Santa Isabel, Santo Domingo, Tupax, Usol , and Villa Bello.
The VRA was initiated on 2015 to support the National Geohazard Assessment and Mapping Program (NGAMP).
Prior to the implementation of the VRAP, the DENR-MGB, along with other outsourced companies, have conducted and completed the National Geohazard Assessment and Mapping Program both in 1:50,000 scale on 2010 and in a more-detailed 1:10,000 scale on 2014 which aim to identify areas susceptible to geological hazards, specifically landslide and flood. Basically, the objective of the risk assessment is to identify the exposure of the elements at risk to its Geohazard susceptibility rating – low, moderate and high to very high, which will be shown in the maps to be generated.latest Running Sneakers | Patike – Nike Air Jordan, Premium, Retro Klasici, Sneakers , Iicf
#MineResponsibility campaign launch
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan- The Mines and Geosciences Bureau recently launched its Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) campaign dubbed as #MineResponsibility held at Elements Eton Centris, Quezon City.
The #MineResponsibility is part of the intensive IEC drive of the Bureau to enlighten the public on responsible mining and to inform them about the benefits of mining in the society.
Further, the IEC also aims to address all misconceptions about the mining industry and to give a more factual and accurate image of mining in the country.
The campaign also launched the Kutsara Infomercial, Minsan Kitang Minahan online advertisement, and the Biyaya ng Lupa Documenntary.
The project is the brainchild of DENR Secretary Roy A. Cimatu, and DENR Undersecretary for Climate Change and Mining Concerns Atty. Analiza Rubuelta- Teh.
MGB Director Atty. Wilfredo G. Moncano also said that the IEC campaign is the inclusive approach of the Bureau in ensuring the commitment of the mining industry in the protection of the people and the environment alongside its economic and social progress.
“It is important that the public is informed and involved in the enforcement of mining policies and environmental protection, and that is what this campaign is really about,” Moncano exhorted.
Meanwhile, Teh added that the campaign goes beyond just information and education. “ We’ve been working on improving the mining industry since the start of the Duterte Administration,” the undersecretary said.
“We take the issues on mining very seriously,” Teh emphasized.
The IEC materials on #MineResponsibility which consist of printed and infomercials are already disseminated in social media. - Lyndee Rose S. BasilioBest Nike Sneakers | jordan Release Dates