UNBS IN THE MEDIA 2ND to 6TH NOVEMBER 2020

SOLAR STANDARDS PUBLIC REVIEW;

SMART24 TV;  https://www.facebook.com/Smart24TvUganda/videos/1825092754305789

UGANDA RADIO NETWORK; Patricia Ejalu, the Deputy Executive Director at Uganda National Bureau of Standards-UNBS, is optimistic that the review will allow solar product users, traders and manufacturers to have an input into the process and ease enforcement of the new standards. This, she adds, will guarantee the safety of solar product users. READ MORE HERE

 

SALON ENGAGEMENT;

NEW VISION;  The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has directed salon operators to maintain high hygiene and sanitation standards, as well as the Covid-19 standard operating practices (SOPs) issued by the ministry of health. The standards watchdog said it would enforce the US713 standards developed in 2009, to control infections in the beauty industry and conform practitioners to a code of conduct, to protect both the practitioners and their clients. READ MORE HERE

 

UNBS SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITIES;

THE NEW VISION:  The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) on Wednesday closed Mukamanayamba Gulu branch which was found manufacturing drinks under unhygienic conditions. In a statement, UNBS noted that products manufactured in Gulu were found labelled as ‘manufactured in Kabwohe’.  READ MORE HERE 

BUSINESS FOCUS: The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has suspended Mukamanayamba Gulu branch operations after it was found manufacturing the herbal drink under unhygienic conditions. “Products manufactured in Gulu found labeled as ‘manufactured in Kabwohe’. Gulu facility has no certification permit and products manufactured in Gulu are illegally bearing the Qmark. READ MORE HERE

CROOZE FM: Uganda Bureau of Standards-UNBS has suspended Mukamanayamba Gulu branch operations after it was found manufacturing drinks under unhygienic conditions.

A statement released by UNBS has it clear that Gulu branch was closed on Wednesday, November 3,2020 and in an operation where products manufactured in Gulu were also found labelled as ‘manufactured in Kabwohe’. READ MORE HERE

 

 

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