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When is the AMO Seminar?
The PCAB Accredited 2-day AMO Seminar is scheduled this month. This is conducted online via Zoom videoconferencing.
Register and submit the requirements to secure a slot. Deadline to submit requirements before the set deadline. Limited Slot only. First-Come First-Served basis
Who is an AMO?
An AMO refers to a person, the Authorized Managing Officer. This is a position or designation in all business establishments engaged in contracting, such as the construction business. No age restriction. Filipino and foreigners are qualified to join.
All contractors (general contractors and subcontractors) or companies involved in contracting are required by law to apply for a PCAB contractor license. PCAB stands for Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board. The license legitimizes the operations of these businesses.
Who must be the AMO in the company?
For businesses registered with the DTI (Department of Trade and Industry), the AMO is the sole proprietor or proprietress. Simply the person whose name appears on the DTI Certificate.
For Corporation or Partnership which is registered with the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission), the AMO is a person designated either by the Board of Directors or by the stockholders. A Board Resolution, signed by the Board Secretary, is the document to prove that the AMO is designated.
1. Laws and regulations pertinent to the construction industry
2. National Building Code
3. Labor Code of the Philippines
4. Government Procurement Reform Act
5. Internal Revenue Code
6. Build-Operate-Transfer Law
7. Local Government Code.
The seminar aims to educate all participants to be morally, socially, and technically responsible in the conduct of their business operations.
IOSH Training Services facilitates much-needed seminars, webinars, training, and other learning requirements of stakeholders from various business enterprises, professionals, and individuals. The company is registered with the DTI for National Operations, BIR, and the local government unit (in Quezon City and Tarlac City).
The company aims to help companies comply with the statutory requirements of the Philippines, particularly, Republic Act No. 11058 and its Implement Rules and Regulations, Department Order No. 198-18 (the training requirements for safety officers for low, medium, and high risk establishments); the 2-day AMO Seminar required by PCAB; the COSH training for STE
The company focuses on providing quality training and learning, to help DOLE in promoting and propagating safety and health in the Philippines in order to preserve lives by protecting the welfare of both the workers and management. The organization is managed by DOLE Accredited OSH Practitioner and DOLE Accredited OSH Consultant.
Contact Edward John Aquino. Globe 0956 6872110 / 0917 1167624. Viber 0917 3126720. Smart 0918 9464623. PLDT Landline in Quezon City 02-89392728. Email: [email protected] ...