The BALER MPS has received its SAFETY SEAL CERTIFICATION from the DILG Inspection and Certification Team headed by DILG Baler MLGOO Cecilia G. Rubio along with DILG Aurora Provincial Office representative ADA IV Gerald Philip DC. Esteves with PSSg Dennis S. Gutierrez from the Baler MPS and Insp. Basilio C. Buenaventura from the Baler Fire Station on January 07, 2022 after complying with the minimum public health standards set by the government.

 This is in pursuance to DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2021-053 re: "Implementing Guidelines on the Safety Seal Certification Program for this Department and the Local Government Units as Issuing Authorities" which enjoins all public and private entities to increase compliance with the minimum public health standards for the safety and welfare of employees, clients, and consumers as the country gears toward the safe reopening of the economy.

The Safety Seal Certification Program as provided in the IATF Resolution No. 87 and JMC No. 21 – 01 s. 2021 of DOLE – DOH – DILG – DOT – DTI is a voluntary certification which affirms that an establishment is compliant with the minimum public health standards set by the government and encourages the use of digital contact tracing application.

The Safety Seal Certification is valid only for 6 months and is allowed for renewal as long as the office / establishment passed the minimum requirements needed for the program.

Maging Ligtas! I-Safety Seal na yan.