In line with the big efforts done for the safety and health of consumer, the administration of the Public Authority for Consumer Protection in the Governorate of Dhofar has won two penalties and a ruling against a number of trade shops and service centers that violated the Law of Consumer Protection.
The administration of the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) in the Governorate of Al Buraimi held an awareness lecture at Al Farouq Primary School. The lecture which was titled” Terms of References of Consumer Protection Administration”, was delivered by Majed Bin Ahmad Al Maskary, media specialist.
The Sudanese Delegation visiting the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) asserted, while concluding the visit, on the importance of deepening the cooperation between the PACP and the competent authorities and governmental offices in Sudan. The delegation hailed the big development the Sultanate has achieved in the field of consumer safety and welfare.
HE Dr. Said Bin Khamees Al Kaabi, Chairman of the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP), has issued decision No. 253l2013 for applying the unified system for joint document classification and tables of retention period that have been issued by the decision No. 2/2012, by the National Archives and Records Authority. The decision states that the Department of Documents at the PACP shall have to prepare a work methodology to start applying this new unified system and providing technical support to the competent departments.
The administration of the Public Authority for Consumer Protection in the Governorate of Al Sharqiah South, with cooperation with Murjan School at Al Ashkhara, has given a lecture to staff and students. The lecture, which was under the theme “We all Aware Consumer”, has approached a number of topics, such as an introduction to the PACP, work mechanisms, and the relation between the PACP and the other governmental offices and agencies in regards with the safety and welfare of consumer.
A primary court at the Wilayat of Shenass has issued a ruling sentencing a defendant a fine of RO1000, for offering expired goods for sale. The judicial officers of the administration of the Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) in the governorate of Al Batinah North found the defendant offering expired goods for sale, while they were doing regular inspection drives.