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MGB R02 gives lecture on RA 7942, deputizes mining officers

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To orient some “bantay quarry checkers “of the provincial government of Cagayan and some barangay officials of Tuguegarao, the Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office No. II recently conducted a lecture on the salient features of Republic Act No. 7942, otherwise known as Philippine Mining Act of 1995 held at MGB Conference hall,MGB Compound, Carig Sur, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.

“You are here because you are our partners in implementing legal quarry operations that is in accordance with the law and with the environment,” Engr. Raymond D. Carreon said during his opening message.

“ This lecture will help you understand your important role and responsibilities as mining officers,” he added.

Maribeth G. Tumaliuan, Mining Claims Examiner III of MGB oriented the participants on the salient features of RA 7942 and its implementing rules and regulations while Engr. Geoffrey V. Prado lectured on the legal procedures in filing complaints.

After the lecture, Engr. Rommel L. Amogan, chief of Mine Safety, Environment, and Social Development Division (MSESDD) led the oath taking of the participants as deputized mining officers.

As newly deputized mining officers, they can now enforce laws, rules, and regulations on environment and natural resources relative to mining. The mining officers can also apprehend illegal mining activities within their area of jurisdiction.

Engr. Amogan said, “your responsibility as mining officers is not that easy, now that you are already deputized, you have bigger role in helping as curb illegal mining activities.”

Section 7(f) of DAO 2010- 21 authorizes deputations as it clearly provides that, “To deputize, when necessary, any member or unit of the Philippine National Police (PNP) and Barangay, duly registered and Department-accredited Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) or any qualified Person to police all mining activities.”

The deputized mining officers will be the enforcement arm in assisting the Bureau in its implementation of mining and environmental laws in the province.

 

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Mines Bureau R02 conducts fire prevention campaign

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In observance of the fire prevention month, the Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office No. II hand in hand with Bureau of Fire Protection, conducted a fire prevention campaign last April 3, 2018 at MGB Conference Hall.

Bearing this year’s theme: “Ligtas na Pilipinas ang ating hangad, pag-iingat sa sunog ay sa sarili ipatupad,” aimed to increase awareness of MGB employees regarding fire safety and protection.

Senior Fire Officer 02 Mona Lisa De Guzman and Fire Officer 1 Jeanann B. Laylay gave lecture on Fire safety awareness and proper use of fire extinguisher, respectively.

“Fire prevention is continuing process. Lectures like this is essential in raising fire safety awareness with a goal to be more vigilant and involved in fire safety,” Engr. Mario A. Ancheta, Regional Director said.

He emphasized that all should be involved in making a fire-safe environment even in the office premises.

The lecture focused on the classifications of fire as well as the do’s and don’ts during fire emergency.

The fire prevention campaign was attended by all employees of the bureau.

 

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PCOO, PIA spearhead 1st National Information Convention

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The Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) through the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) spearheaded the 1st National Information Convention last Feb. 19-21, 2018 at SMX Convention Center, Sm Lanang, Davao City.

With the theme: “Spurring Development and Empowering Communities through Information,” the convention was attended by over 2,000 information officers from National Government Agencies(NGAs) and Local Government Units (LGUs) across the Philippines.

“What we aim to accomplish in this convention is to have deeper understanding of our role as information officers in fulfilling development objectives, and gain a greater appreciation of the positive impact we can make in the lives of the Filipino people,” PCOO Sec. Martin Andanar said in his keynote message.

“As communicators, we all know that knowledge is, indeed, power. But the knowledge you and I possess, as we serve in the frontline of the information world, is something that we must impart to the men and women whom we at the PIA call as our ultimate beneficiary- the Filipino people,” Sec. Andanar added.

Plenary session 1 focused on the understanding government programs and policies. Ms. Anna Mae Lamentillo, chairperson of the build, build, build committee of the Department of Public Works and Highways; Undersecretary Felix William Fuentebella, Department of Energy; Assistant Secretary Jonathan Malaya, Department of Interior and Local Government, and Usec. Ernesto Abella, Department of Foreign Affairs served as the resource speakers for the plenary session 1.

On the other hand, plenary session 2 tackled fostering a safe and healthy media environment. The resource speakers for the plenary were: Asec. Ramon Cualoping III of PCOO; Usec. Jose Joel M. Sy Egco, Executive Director of presidential task force on media security; and Noel S. Alamar, DZMM reporter.

While Atty. Michel Ablan of PCOO served as speaker in the plenary 3 that focused on raising the bar of governance. Atty. Ablan gave his insights about freedom of information as the power of an open government for development. Ms. May Catherine Ciriaco of Social Security System and Dr. Serafin Talisayon, vice chair of Society of Knowledge Management Professionals were also speakers for the third plenary.

Luisito Beltran, columnist of The Philippine Star lectured on empowering government communicators while Dr. Elena Pernia, dean of College of Mass Communication of the University of the Philippines discussed on empowering communities through media and information literacy. They served as discussants during the fourth plenary that focused on promoting responsible digital citizenship.

Plenary 5 focused on developing a dynamic development communication strategy. Atty. Maria Janet Mesa, Rey Langit, Asec. Jonas George Soriano, and Ron Jabal served as resource speakers during the plenary session. While plenary 6 focused on civic engagement and national building.

At the end of the convention, the PCOO launched the DU30 application as the newest media platform to link Filipino communities worldwide.

The application will give updates on the plans and activities of the present administration.

“Let us wage war against disinformation, misinformation, and fake news. Let us advocate for a well-informed citizenry,” Sec. Andanar reminded the government information officers. #Lyndee Rose Basilio



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HRMO orients MGB contractual employees

pictureThe Mines and Geosciences Bureau Regional Office No. II through its Administrative Officer V/ HRMO Ms. Imee Gatan- Agalos conducted a reorientation to its contractual employees regarding the Bureau’s policies and regulations in line with the omnibus rules of the Civil Service Commission (CSC) last January 18, 2017 at MGB Conference hall. 

Agaloos discussed to the contractual employees the importance of attending the flag ceremony and staff meetings of the Bureau. She also gave emphasis on the punctuality of the employees as well as in following the prescribed work hours in conjunction with the CSC policy on government office hours and penalties for unauthorized absences, tardiness, and laziness.

“As government employees we are all required to render 8 hours of work from Mondays to Friday or not less than 40 hours a week,” the HRMO said.

She also reminded the employees of the proper wearing of office’ attire as prescribed in the memorandum of CSC on the appropriate dress code for all government officials. The HRMO put emphasis on the rule of the office on ‘no tight fitting jeans’ to all its employees.

“Our proper office attire includes wearing of our office ID,” she said. Agaloss gave the contractual employees until Feb. 1 to secure an identification card for those who have not yet given an office ID.

On the other hand, Agaloos also reminded the employees of using pass slips when going out of office premises for recording to the administrative section.

Engr. Mario A. Ancheta, OIC Regional Director thanked the contractual employees for their time and service rendered in the bureau.

“Thank you for your cooperation last year and we hope you will do better this 2018 since not everybody is given a chance to be rehired,” the regional director said.

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DENR convenes information team; plans to intensify IEC drive

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To improve the information drive of the department, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Central Office (DENR CO) convened the chiefs of the Regional Public Affairs Office (RPAO) of DENR as well as the information officers of its line bureaus last January 25, 2018 at DENR Social Hall.

The meeting was spearheaded by Supervising Undersecretary for Strategic Communication and Initiatives Service ( SCIS) and Department Spokesman, Atty. Jonas Leones.

“The purpose of this meeting is to reinvigorate the information dissemination especially the activities of the secretary,” Atty. Leones emphasized to the participants.

“We need to make the department more visible, we will effectively relay information to the public,” he added.

During the meeting, Ma. Sabrina Cruz, OIC director of SCIS of DENR presented the roadmap on strategic communication of the department as well as topic on media relations.

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