Category: Best Practices

LGU Naga resumes “Driver as First Aider” training program

NAGA CITY — After a year of hiatus, LGU Naga’s “Driver-First Aider” program resumes. At least 20 padyak drivers were taught basic life support and first aid skills last week as part of the city government’s effort to capacitate all PUV drivers in the city as first aid providers. A mandate in Ordinance 2018-025, the training program, which the LGU has begun to implement as far back as 2018, is being undertaken today as refresher training set to be conducted every 2 years to “make them always ready for immediate assistance on emergency situations.” City Councilor Joselito SA del Rosario,

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Naga qualifies in Civil Service Commission’s PRIME-HRM

NAGA CITY — A certificate of recognition was conferred on LGU Naga by the regional office of the Civil Service Commission last Friday, Jan. 22, “for obtaining maturity level II in 4 human resource systems, namely, recruitment, selection, and placement; learning and development; performance management, and rewards and recognition. The certificate was given after the LGU has met the standards of the CSC’s Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management or the PRIME HRM that aims to elevate the LGUs human resource system to be able to attain efficiency and quality service to the public. In accepting

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NCPO assures Nagueños of good community relations, police work

NAGA CITY — The Naga City Police Office has recently been awarded during the celebration of the 119th police service anniversary as second place in the regional performance evaluation conducted by the Police Regional Office 5 (PRO5). Police Col. Marlon M. Catan, NCPO director, said the entire month of November 2020 was the focus of the performance evaluation survey of which the results allowed his office to be adjudged with the second highest grade of 73% among other police offices in Bicol Region. Like other city and provincial police offices, the NCPO was specifically assessed with its performance on operations,

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LGU Naga offers birthday cakes to PWD celebrants

NAGA CITY — Beginning on the first day of 2021, each registered PWD here shall receive a birthday cake from the city government as provided for in an ordinance that codified all the city government’s policies and programs on persons with disabilities (PWDs). The ordinance’s other privileges and incentives provision also include a P500-worth of food allowance monthly for indigent bedridden and indigent abandoned PWDs who are registered with the Persons with Disability Affairs Office (PDAO). Aside from 71-year-old Nanay Remedios, there were 24other PWD birthday celebrants who received their birthday cakes from the city government on that rainy day

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