In line with its efforts done to have a hand in supporting the governmental agencies to wide-spread awareness among local communities, the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) at Al Batinah North Governorate, Musandam Governorate and Wilayat of Hemaa has taken part in the events under The Food Safety Week (FSW) held under the title “Towards Safe Food”, from 20-24 April2014.
The Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) at Al Sharqiyah South Governorate, in line with the efforts done for consumer welfare and safety, succeeded in striking settlements; recalling an amount of RO 5715.
The Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) at Al Batinah North recalled RO 1147 for consumers. One of the consumers submitted a complaint against a fuel station saying that he asked for filling his car with fuel, but the worker didn’t deliver a satisfying service.
HE Dr Said bin Khamis Al Kaabi, Chairman of the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) issued a decision no 246/2014, on April 16, 2014; with Article no (1) prohibits selling, marketing and/or distributing all brands of used auto tires of all sizes that was manufacturing before more than 24 months (for sedans, buses and light trucks) and 30 months (for heavy trucks).
A primary court at Al Dakheliyah issued a court ruling against a violator who used to use expired tea powder to prepare tea orders for clients. The violator was fined RO 2000; expired products were confiscated.
After receiving a report, inspection officials launched a raid on a coffee shop at Wilayat of Adam, to find an amount of expired products and goods and a variety of goods and products with no price label. Legal procedures were filled, and the case referred to the Public Prosecutor.