NMIS OIC, Executive Director Beata H. O. Obsioma to champion two things this year
In a message delivered during the flag raising ceremony at the central office on the first flag raising ceremony this year, Atty. Obsioma said she will make it her priority to allow anyone who is interested to attend training, either here or abroad. The OIC- ED encouraged NMIS employees to look for scholarships that are relevant to their current functions and use whatever they are going learn to help contribute to the development of NMIS particularly in terms of drafting new programs. She specially addressed the young employees to be resourceful in looking for training that will enhance their knowledge and skills. “Go chase your dreams, for only you can work it out,” she added.
My warmest greetings to the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) as you celebrate your 44th Anniversary in line with 23rd Meat Safety Consciousness Week
NMIS Spearheads Observance Of Meat Safety Consciousness Week and Celebrates Its 44th Founding Anniversary
The National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS), as mandated under Proclamation No. 276 (1972), spearheads the weeklong observance of Meat Safety Consciousness Week (MSCW) from October 17 to 21, 2016. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Kaisa sa Pagbabago, Kasama sa Asenso”.
Meat Safety Consciousness Week 2016
The Official Tarpaulin Design for the Observance of Meat Safety Consiousness Week has been released
NMIS head retires from post
After forty one years, Dr. Minda S. Manantan the Executive Director National Meat Inspection Service, bids goodbye to public service. In a turn-over ceremony held last June 30 at the NMIS Salvador H. Escudero III Hall, Dr. Manantan turned over the manning of NMIS affairs to Atty. Beata Obsioma, the incumbent Deputy Executive Director.