Evaluation of Various Safety Measures Implemented By DPWH RMC1 (Bilateral)-UPMO: COVID19 Management


  • Gladwin Y. Arcega
  • Gideon Nolan M. Bote
  • Marcelo B. Bulalayao
  • Noel T. Florencondia
  • Rick Donald S. Manzon


Safety measures, Management, Evaluation.


Most of the countries around the world suffered from this COVID-19 pandemic which killed [1] approximately 4.9 million people and has 244 million cases and still rising until now. In the Philippines, the government agency needed to comply with the policy mandated by the IATF (Inter-Agency-Task-Force) for the management of this emerging infectious disease. Every government and private sector have a different approach on how to manage their own office or business but still, following the given policy by the IATF which is applicable for them, this study was going to evaluate the safety measures implemented by the DPWH RMC1(Bilateral)-UPMO on the field/outside of the office works, what is the positive and negative effect of the policy and how to improve if needed improvement, also this study tends to help the office itself and other agency in managing this COVID-19 pandemic.


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Gladwin Y. Arcega, Gideon Nolan M. Bote, Marcelo B. Bulalayao, Noel T. Florencondia, & Rick Donald S. Manzon. (2021). Evaluation of Various Safety Measures Implemented By DPWH RMC1 (Bilateral)-UPMO: COVID19 Management. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 2(11), 91–94. Retrieved from https://journal.ijprse.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/477




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