Mitsubishi PH receives DOLE Safety Seal

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Safety Seal

Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) has recently received the “Safety Seal” from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). This recognition was given on November 18, 2021.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • When did Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation receive such award?

    The recognition was given November 18, 2021.
  • What is the Safety Seal?

    This certification is given to an institution that strictly adheres the minimum public health standards set by the government or has successfully integrated with StaySafe.ph, the country’s centralized contact tracing databank. This is only valid for six months must be renewed afterwards.
  • This accreditation is issued to an establishment or institution that strictly adheres the minimum public health standards set by the government or has successfully integrated with StaySafe.ph, the country’s centralized contact tracing databank—both of which MMPC has qualified in.

    “This national program aims to restore public confidence in an effort to slowly reopen the economy as supported by other sectoral offices like the Department of Health (DOH), Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), Department of Tourism, and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI),” the company explained.

    Mitsubishi dealership

    MMPC President and Chief Executive Officer Takeshi Hara said that “Mitsubishi has always put a premium on safety” not just in the engineering of their cars but also in the way they conduct business.

    “That is why MMPC, being the longest staying automotive company in the country, wants to do its part to be alongside Filipinos transitioning into the new normal,” Hara was quoted as saying.

    “We make it a point to maintain only the highest standards when it comes to health and safety at the workplace. Through it we create a space with minimal hazards that enable positivity and productivity among our employees,” he added.

    Takeshi Hara

    The MMPC’s Safety Seal — valid for six months — covers its Sta. Rosa Plant and Parts Warehouse in the Greenfield Automotive Park-Special Economic Zone (GAP-SEZ). The validity period is to ensure the credibility and timeliness of the badge as all seal holders are required to file for renewal and undergo DOLE’s inspection process all over again after the aforementioned period.

    “COVID-19 has taught us many important lessons, one in particular is the importance of emotional well-being. Through our newly issued DOLE certification, we want to offer peace of mind and assure our customers, partners and the general public that Mitsubishi Motors takes safety very seriously,” Hara noted.

    Further, the local arm of the Japanese automotive marque said that the latest recognition is one of the components of MMPC’s new local slogan, “Life Made Better.” “The brand is adopting a more holistic approach to deliver value in every step of a Filipino’s vehicle ownership journey and fulfill its commitment to the betterment of the economy.”

    MMPC is the second local vehicle distributor to receive such honor (following Volvo Philippines, who got their certification earlier this year).

    Photos from Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation

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