Eton Properties Philippines Inc. reported that the Quezon City local government unit has granted Safety Seals to the BPO-IT lifestyle hub—Eton Centris, underlining the company’s commitment to maintain the safety of its clients and stakeholders.

The Safety Seal Certification Program is an accreditation scheme confirming that an establishment was inspected by the government and deemed compliant with the minimum public health standards.

Worker disinfects entrance to Eton Centris Mall

This seal is the public’s assurance that the establishment they are entering is safe and is actively enforcing health protocols.

The commercial areas and office buildings in the Eton Centris complex, including Centris Walk, Centris Station, and Centris Cyberpods 1, 2, 3, and 5, were granted the Safety Seals, issued by the local government.

PHC President Karlu Tan-Say

“We are committed to making sure that our customers are secure within Eton Centris’ premises,” said Eton Properties Chief Operating Officer Karlu Tan Say.

She added that, “With these Safety Seals, Eton Centris guarantees that we are following all the health and safety protocols and that they are strictly implemented.”

Eton Properties Executive Vice President, Engr. Charlie Carlos noted that, “Having these Safety Seals would add another layer of confidence to our customers, as well as to tenants and their staff, that their well-being remains our top priority. They can be assured that Eton Centris is a healthy and safe environment, just as it has always been.”

The Safety Seals issued are only valid for six months upon the date of issuance. The seals are renewable, as long as the establishments continue to meet the requirements.

This means that the public can be assured that the establishments they frequent in Eton Centris are constantly being monitored and checked to see if they are following the health and safety guidelines.


Source: Manila Bulletin (https://mb.com.ph/2021/09/07/etons-centris-gets-safety-seal-from-qc/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=etons-centris-gets-safety-seal-from-qc)