NMIS Trains Fact–Finders and Investigators / Adjudicators
The National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) conducted a training course on fact– finding and investigation/adjudication procedures for Regulatory Enforcers (Meat Inspectors and Meat Control Officers) at the Training Room A, 3rd Floor, NMIS MITDC Bldg., No. 4 Visayas Avenue, Barangay Vasra, Quezon City from April 25 to 29, 2016.
NMIS Sends its Eleven Officials to KOREA on a Training
Eleven officials of the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) left for Korea to participate in the “Training Course on Animal Products Quality Evaluation Technology Development with Traceability System in the Philippines” to be held at Sejong-si, South Korea from May 15 to 28, 2016.
MEIP benefits LGUs, meat producers
March 31, 2016 9:31 pm
by JAMES Kostantin GALVEZ
MEAT safety and increased local government unit (LGU) income at the municipal level are among the benefits derived by beneficiaries across the country who are taking part in the Meat Establishment Improvement Program (MEIP).
Meat study recommends stiffer LGU penalties for violations
A GOVERNMENT meat safety and quality study backs comprehensive regulations for slaughterhouses and more sanctions for local governments that fail to comply.
NMIS program raised income of 31 LGUs with better abattoirs, retail meat shops
THE National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) of the Department of Agriculture (DA) on Thursday released a study that assessed and evaluated the impact of the Meat Establishment Improvement Program (MEIP) in 31 local government unit (LGU) beneficiaries in the country. The program brought an increase in meat-retail shops and meat trading in some areas. This translated to more jobs and income within the municipalities, said the Infoshare Management Systems (IFMS)—the company commissioned by the NMIS to conduct the impact- assessment study.