NMP IS NOW ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFIED; PRIME-HRM LEVEL II ACCREDITED IN RSP AND PM
This year’s Museums and Galleries Month has been more meaningful as the National Museum of the Philippines received two recognitions this first week of #MGM2023: the NMP’s first ISO 9001:2015 Certification for its Quality Management System (QMS), covering the processes on the provision and management of museum exhibitions, visitor experience, and support services that are compliant with international standards, and the Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management (PRIME-HRM) Maturity Level II in Recruitment, Selection and Placement (RSP), and Performance Management (PM) from the Civil Service Commission (CSC).
In a brief awarding ceremony conducted earlier today, October 6, Chairman Mr. Renato Navarrete and the President and Managing Director Mr. Joselito Soler of Certification International Philippines Inc. awarded the ISO Certificate to the NMP which was received by Chairman Andoni M. Aboitiz, Director-General Jeremy R. Barns, and Deputy Director-General for Administration Atty. Rosenne Flores-Avila. The entire NMP QMS Core Team, who made this long-standing goal a reality for the institution, were also present in the ceremony. This milestone certification was made in recognition of the NMP’s commitment to quality public service delivery.
Meanwhile, CSC Director II Claudia Abalos-Tan awarded the Certificate of Recognition to the NMP last October 4 for obtaining the PRIME-HRM Maturity Level II in Recruitment, Selection, and Placement, and Performance Management, recognizing the institution’s continuing efforts to improve its human resource management systems and practices. The certificate was received by DG Barns, DDGA Flores-Avila, Deputy Director-General for Museums Jorell M. Legaspi, and Chief Human Resource Officer Angelo S. Macario, together with the Human Resource Management Division Team.
This achievement is a significant milestone for the NMP as it demonstrates its commitment to providing excellent service to its employees. The HRMD is steadfast in completing the evidence requirements in Learning & Development and Rewards & Recognition systems in its bid for the PRIME-HRM Bronze Award.
The NMP warmly received both recognitions, which serve as tangible testaments to our commitment and ability to provide quality and timely services both to its personnel and to the Filipino people.