13 March 2017

SBMA officials, employees asked to practice virtue of "malasakit"

Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) Administrator and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Atty. Wilma Eisma called on employees and officials alike to practice the virtue of malasakit.

“Keeping our surroundings clean by being responsible for our trash and keeping it where it should be is one way to show malasakit,” Eisma said.

“Let us give our Subic Bay Freeport the malasakit it deserves. And I also hope that wherever we go, let us show other people that employees of the SBMA are instilled with malasakit, excellence and passion,” she added.

Malasakit is one of the virtues being instilled by the agency to its employees.

Late last month, SBMA officials and employees from the departments of Land Asset Management, Ecology, Law Enforcement, Office Services, General Business and Investment, and Maintenance and Transportation have taken their initiative to clean the surroundings of the Golden Dragon Terminal that has become an eye sore.

The team trimmed the trees, cleaned an abandoned guard house filled with waste materials, and cleared the scattered filth around the area, like used plastic bottles, soiled plastic bags, old tires, concrete pipes, debris, among many others.

Then, the team placed signage informing everybody to keep the area clean.

She also called on the Ecology Center to make the Freeport clean and green by spearheading clean and green initiatives, such as serving tap water, instead of bottled water, during meetings, keeping the surroundings clean of trash and imposing strict laws against litterers.

Just recently, the Procurement and Property Management Department (PPMD) held its clean-up drive at the Malawaan Park. (NBM/MPD-SBMA)

Employees of the SBMA Procurement and Property Management Department did their share in cleaning the picnic grounds of the Malawaan Park in Subic Bay Freeport Zone. (Iryn Llacuna)


Because it's our home: SBMA's regular clean-up of Subic Bay Freeport's environs, this time along Canal road and its mangrove area Saturday morning (April 1) by the Public Relations Department led by Ms. Armie Llamas, together with RP Energy and refuse picker groups and joined in by SBMA Administrator Wilma Amy Eisma! (PRD-SBMA)

Law Enforcement Department (LED) personnel set aside their batons and whistles to take part in an early morning clean-up drive Thursday (April 7) near their headquarters as Subic Bay Freeport expects the influx of tourists next week. (AMD/MPD-SBMA)

BRINGING THE VIRTUE OF "MALASAKIT" TO THE FREEPORT'S ADJOINING COMMUNITIES: Heeding the call of the SBMA leadership for a cleaner environment, the SBMA Ecology Department Social Development Division joins members of Bangal Farmers Association, PNP-SAF officers and Petron-Subic Corp. employees in a clean-up drive last April 3 along the river banks of Barangay Bangal, in Dinalupihan Bataan. (AMD/MPD-SBMA)

The SBMA Legal Affairs Group hit the streets of Subic Bay Freeport for a clean-up drive as part of the agency's campaign to promote the value of malasakit in keeping our HOME clean and green. The Legal Affairs Group is composed of the Office of the Deputy Administrator for Legal Affairs, the Legal and Labor Departments. (photos from Randy Escolango's Facebook page)

The Manufacturing and Maritime Business Division (MMBD) of the Business and Investment Group gave their share of #malasakit as they swept clean an area along Sta. Rita Road in Subic Bay Freeport Zone. As they say, "Hindi hadlang ang bilang ng tao sa paglilinis ng kapaligiran!" Kudos MMBD! (photos from Karen Guillermo's FB page)