• Electricians fear losing jobs


    SAN FERNANDO CITY, La Union: Over 200 members of the Philippine Association of Master Electricians (PAME), was opposing the draft of the House Bill 5826, which they said, demotes their existing licenses to either Registered Industrial Electrician or Registered Line Electrician at the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). “The Registered Master Electricians be likely to lose their jobs,” Romeo Maglunsod, president of PAME told The Manila Times. He added that registered master electricians should remain as licensed professionals. In a national meeting on Friday, he called the attention of the PRC to fast track its endorsement letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission just so they can legally act against the approval of the bills.


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    2. Romeo Maglunsod on

      Thank you for giving our profession a space in your column to be heard and be read by our fellow RME.