The Official Tarpaulin Design for the Observance of Meat Safety Consiousness Week click here to download
Social Preparation Orientation and Workshop (SPOW) for six recipients of NMIS- Meat Establishment and Improvement Program
Partipants to the recently concluded Social Preparation Orientation and Workshop (SPOW) for six recipients of NMIS- Meat Establishment and Improvement Program and tworecipients of National Livestock Program, held at BSA Twin Towers in Mandaluyong City. Recipients include (standing on second row )Mayor Susan Parilla of Naval, Biliran (4th from left), Mayor Don Abalon of San Roque, Northern Samar (5th from left),Mayor Ann Gemma Ongjoco of Guinobatan, Albay(sixth from left), Mayor Desiree Edora of Masinloc, Zambales (7th from left) and Mayor Batara Laoat of Pudtol, Apayao (standing between Mayor Ongjoco and Mayor Edora). Mayors from Maasin in Leyte, Banga, in South Cotabato and Surigao City were not able to attend but sent representatives to the SPOW.
HACCP Training Course
HACCP Training Course Entitled "Understanding and Implementing HACCP Principles for NMIS Stakeholders"
Managerial Leadership Workshop for Newly Appointed Regional Technical Directors and Chiefs of Divisions
July 2015. The NMIS organized a Managerial Leadership Workshop for its newly appointed Directors II, Chief Meat Control Officers, and selected heads of units including NMISEA President, Isidro F. Callangan. Executive Director Minda S. Manantan was in attendance for the 2-day activity. The objective of the workshop was not only to equip the new leadership with the necessary management tools but more importantly to create collective experience and a blueprint or template for governance. It is the first of a series for upper and middle managers in preparation for the reorganization of the NMIS as provided under RA 10536.
NMIS 2nd Consultative Conference 2015: Preparation for Transitions
July 2015. The NMIS had its 2ND Quarter Consultative Conference (CONCON) for 2015 last July 15-17, 2015 at Subic Bay Travelers Hotel, Subic, Zambales. The main agenda of the CONCON was to plan for the transitions required by the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of its two enabling laws, the Meat Inspection Code of the Philippines as amended (RA 10536 which amended RA 9296) and the Food Safety Act (FSA) or RA 10611. Under the transitory provisions of the FSA, the NMIS shall undertake the following within 24 months upon the effectivity of the IRR of the FSA, which is May 2017: