Editor’s note: The Safety Seal is given to buildings and establishments that follow minimum health and contract tracing protocols mandated by the IATF. Below is SM’s press release.
SM Megamall was recently granted the Safety Seal by the local government of Mandaluyong, the first mall to receive the seal in the city. The Safety Seal certification is part of the COVID-19 Inter-Agency Task Force’s (IATF) safety program. The IATF includes representatives from the Department of the Interior and Local Government, Department of Tourism, Department of Health, Department of Trade and Industry, and Department of Labor and Employment.
“We are happy and honored to have been granted the Safety Seal. This recognition pushes us to work harder to provide our mall-goers with a safe environment where they can perform essential tasks, have fun and bond with their families in the new normal,” said Steven Tan, SM Supermalls president.
The Safety Seal certification is granted to buildings and establishments that are compliant with the Minimum Public Health Standards (MPHS) and use of accredited contact tracing app such as Mandatrack for Mandaluyong City and StaySafe.ph application.
SM Megamall is one of the biggest malls under SM Supermalls, housing various leading local and international retail and dining establishments.
SM Supermalls continues to implement strict safety protocols amid the pandemic as the safety and well-being of the shoppers remains its utmost priority. SM also recently won the prestigious Stevie award for its “Safe Malling at SM” campaign.
Visit https://mandatrack.appcase.net, sign up and fill up the online form, take a screenshot or print your Mandatrack QR code and show this before entering SM Megamall. For more information, visit www.smsupermalls.com and follow @smsupermalls and @smmegamall on all social media accounts. – Rappler.com