THE Quezon City local government recently granted a “safety seal” to the Eton Centris complex, reflecting Eton Properties’ efforts to maintain health and safety standards.
In a statement, Eton Properties said the safety seals were given to the commercial areas and office buildings within the Eton Centris complex, including Centris Walk, Centris Station, and Centris Cyberpods 1, 2, 3, and 5.
“We are committed to making sure that our customers are secure within Eton Centris’ premises. 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 Chief Operating Officer Karlu Tan Say said.
Having a safety seal means the establishment was inspected by the local government and deemed compliant with the minimum public health standards. The safety seal is valid for six months, but renewable as long as the establishment continues to comply with the standards.