POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICER ACCREDITATION

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SCHEDULE OF AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE:

Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

WHO MAY AVAIL THE SERVICE:
Pollution Control Officers (PCO)

MUST READ:

MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 2016-06
Accreditation of Pollution Control Officers in the Laguna de Bay Region

MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 2015-01 (AMENDING MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR No. 2014-03)
“Defining Refusal of Entry and Providing Sanctions Therefor”, Specifically Providing For Higher and Stricter Penalties for Violation Thereof

MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 2014-09
Policy Guidelines for the Application of Temporary Acceptable Range

MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 2014-08
Policy and Procedural Guidelines for the Request and Conduct of Resampling and Other Purposes


WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Accomplished and notarized application form signed by the designated PCO and CEO/President/Owner/Plant Manager.
  2. Certificate of employment signed by the Human Resources Officer and certified correct by the CEO/President/Owner/Plant Manager.

    • Current position, indicate whether holding a supervisory position;
    • Educational attainment and government licensure examination, if any;
    • Length of service in the company

  3. Official designation as PCO from the CEO/President/Owner/Plant Manager including the duties and responsibilities as PCO.
  4. Certificate of Attendance in a 40-hour training/seminar/workshop sanctioned LLDA within the last three (3) months.
  5. Accreditation Fee - PhP 500.00
  6. ID Application Fee - PhP 200.00

MINIMUM PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION

  • Licensed Engineer of appropriate discipline or;
  • Graduate of any four (4) year course or;
  • Has been in the company for the past three (3) years on a supervisory position or;
  • Owner or Manager regardless of professional qualification


SIMPLIFIED GUIDELINES FOR ACCREDITATION OF POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICERS (PCOs) and Issuance of PCO-ID

  Step
  Activity   Responsibility
1   Secures, fills up and submits application form and requirements   Pollution Control Officer (PCO)
2   Evaluates application, requirements and PCO’s qualifications   Environmental Education Office (EEO)
3   Assess fees and approves assessment   Finance Division
4   Pays the corresponding fees   PCO
5   Receives payment and issues Official Receipt (O.R.)   Cashier
6   Process Certificate of Accreditation and PCO-ID Card   Environmental Education Office (EEO)
7   Review and approves Certificate of Accreditation and PCO-ID Card   General Manager
8   Releases Certificate of Accreditation Certificate   OGM
9   Receives Certificate of PCO-ID Card   EEO


NOTES:

  1. The foregoing process applies to application without pending case.
  2. For inquiries, please contact the following numbers:
    • Landline : 376-4039
    • E-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.