Sunday, March 28, 2010

Authorization Letter (Upgraded Sim)

March 29, 2010

Globe Telecom
Ermita, Manila

To Whom It May Concern:

I hereby authorize Lorenzo V. Martinez Jr., whose signature appears below, to obtain the upgraded sims of the following accounts:

1. 091754721234
2. 091784611234
Attached is a copy of my company ID for reference. Thank you very much.

Respectfully yours,

Snappy Sparrow
Executive Assistant

Lorenzo V. Martinez Jr.
Authorized Representative

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Letter Of Request (University)

March 16, 2010

Ms. Cecille Baustista
College of Home Economics
University of Sparrow
Roxas Boulevard, Ermita, Manila

Dear Ms. Baustista,

Our company is planning to establish a food manufacturing business that will cater to the needs of poor Filipino families. To be able to meet this goal, we need researchers or professors who are willing to share with us their studies on affordable but nutritious food. In line with this, I am requesting to have the following list from your college:

1. theses or dissertations related to our requirement

2. professors (preferably with contact details) and Their Studies/Researches related to our requirement

You can send the list to our fax number (521 12345) or to my email address: I am looking forward to your response to my request. Thank you very much.

Very truly yours,

Snappy Sparrow
Executive Assistant

Friday, March 12, 2010

Price Proposal And Quotation Letter (Laptop)

March 13, 2010

Sparrows Training Center
1234 Wonderland Building
1234 Roxas Boulevard


Dear Ms. Sparrow:

We are pleased to submit for your kind consideration our proposal for the following item:



DELL Vostro 1014N
Intel Core 2 Duo T6570 (2.2Ghz, 800Mhz 2M L2 Cache)
14" Truelife LCD Display
Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500MHD
4GB (2GBX2)800Mhz DDR2 SDRAM memory
250GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive
8X DVD+/- RW Drive
802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
built-in Bluetooth webcam
6Cell Lithium Battery
Linux Operating system
1 Year SADMG Rapid Parts Exchange Service

P 37,900.00


DELIVERY : Immediate, subject to stock availability. Otherwise, 7 to 15 days
from the date of Purchase Order.
WARRANTY : One (1) year warranty against any inherent defect in materials
and workmanship.
VALIDITY : Quoted prices are valid for twenty (20) days.

Should there be any need for further information regarding our proposal, please do not hesitate to call us. Thank you.

Very truly yours,

Edlyn P. Turner
Sales Manager

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Fixed Term Contract (Employment Contract)

March 11, 2010

Mr. Darwin S. Dizon
143 Esteban St.
Cabrera Pasay City

Dear Mr. Dizon :

We are pleased to inform you that we have favorably considered you for the position of Chef for SPARROWS TRAINING CENTER located at 1234 Wonderland Bldg. 1234 Roxas Blvd., Manila with a monthly compensation of Twenty Thousand Pesos, (P25,000.00) effective March 15, 2010 under the following terms and conditions:

1. Your appointment shall be on a fixed term period of One (1) year, which expires on March 15, 2011. During this period your performance shall be appraised, the result of which shall be the basis of Management for either continuing or discontinuing your service.

2. That your contract is a fixed term employment and as such, the Company reserves the right to terminate your contract at anytime during the period.

3. Your continued contracted services with the Company shall be primarily conditioned and dependent upon the satisfactory service and performance of the work assigned to you and it is within the exclusive discretion of the Company to determine whether or not such service is satisfactorily done. Also, in case of changes in operations due to business conditions and exigencies of the service or, when warranted by operational requirements and by actual or substantial economic reasons and justifications due to installation of labor saving devices, new method of processes, reorganization, work simplification and such other reasons analogous to the above in pursuance of the economic interests of the Company where it may become necessary to terminate your employment, you shall be advised accordingly and this contract of employment shall cease to have force and effect.

4. You agree to work beyond your normal schedule when required by your immediate superior and/or during holidays in case there are urgent tasks to be accomplished and/or immediate matters to be attended to.

5. You will be reporting directly to the Canteen Concessionaire.

6. You agree to accept new responsibility and/or place of assignment the Company wishes to assign you.

7. You agree to abide by all policies, rules and regulations of the Company in the course of your employment.

8. It is understood that any misrepresentation of facts made on your application for employment as well as any other information acquired by the Company regarding background reference checking that is contrary to our normal hiring procedures shall be ground for terminating this employment contract anytime within the period specified under paragraph 1 thereof.

9. You agree to work only for Sparrows Training Center, Inc. and not to engage in any outside occupation or business activity at any time without prior written approval from the Company.

10. You understand and agree that your good health and fitness is an important qualification and a material consideration for the Company to enter into this Contract with you. The medical questionnaire you have filled out and the medical certificate issued by the company’s accredited medical center showing good health and fitness to perform your duties and functions are the basis of this Contract. You also authorize the Company to have complete access to these records at any time during your employment with the Company.

11. You agree to keep the Company, both during and after your employment with the Company, fully and effectively indemnified against any and all lawsuits, losses, damages, injuries, deaths, expenses, actions, proceedings, demands, costs and claims, including but not limited to legal fees and expenses, that are brought against the Company or any third party, where such lawsuits, losses, damages, injury or death is/are the result of your wrongful actions, negligence or breach of contract, including but not limited to actions done outside the scope of your employment, or improper, unlawful or irresponsible actions.

12. Should you decide to pre-terminate from the Company, you are required to submit a 30-day notice prior to the effectivity of such resignation, otherwise failure on your part to do so will make you liable for damages up to the extent prescribed by law.

13. The terms and conditions of your employment are those stated on the foregoing and in accordance with existing and future Company rules, regulations and practices.

We welcome you to our organization and trust that your association with us will be mutually beneficial.

Very truly yours,

Jinky Haloshos
HR Manager

I have read and understood all the terms
and conditions of this employment contract,
and that the pay stated is according to my
qualifications and I signify my conformity
by signing below.

Darwin Dizon

Monday, March 8, 2010

Transmittal Letter (Application For Additional Line)

March 8, 1009

Ms. Katrina B. Corpuz
Wireless Specialist
GMM West, Smart Communications Inc.
Makati City

Dear Katrina,

Attached are the following documents relative to our re-application for additional line under our corporate account.

photocopy of valid ID of the authorized representative
proof of billing address
BIR registration
latest audited financial statement/ITR

I have also attached copy of our letter of request dated March 1, 2010 for details of the plan we wish to subscribe to.

Thank you.

Very truly yours,

Snappy Sparrow
Executive Assistant

Memo (Workplace Safety Improvement)

To : Operation Director
From : General Manager
Date: March 8, 2010
Subject : Workplace Safety Improvement

This is a firm reminder regarding safety in the workplace. While at the site yesterday I witnessed lifeboat retrieval operations by our staff and need to relay some very important safety concerns.

Our personnel are indeed very good at what they do and have shown exemplary character in accomplishing their tasks as well as maintaining good working attitudes, it should be noted that safety awareness is still lacking and we must do something about it before it’s too late.

Observed unsafe working practices:

1.) While hoisting the fast rescue boat onto its cradle on top deck Mssr. Alonzo rode on it while it was being hoisted – the principle of suspended loads is that we always assume despite measures taken that the cable and the lifting accessories as well as the actual lifting appliance are not to be trusted 100% and therefore possible equipment malfunction/failure is taken into account. The risk of a suspended load falling is very real and had it happened with Mssr. Alonzo on-board fast rescue boat during hoisting it would have most certainly resulted in fatality. As per international safe lifting guidelines such practices pose great hazard and cannot be allowed.

2.) When the fast rescue boat had been raised on top of the deck, while hovering and being guided onto its cradle Mssr. Jalon stooped and walked underneath the fast rescue boat while it was suspended. Incidentally at this point Mssr. Alonzo was still on-board and would have added even more weight to fast rescue boat had it broken off its cable. The concept of people passing, staying or moving under suspended loads is similar to the above stated principle in observation 1. We must assume that a load can fall or break off at any given time. The space underneath a suspended load must be treated as a constant hazard area and must not be crossed or violated. Despite the minimum suspended height of the fast rescue boat from the deck floor of a mere estimated 1.5 meters, Mssr. Jalon would have surely been a fatality had the fast rescue boat fallen on him.

3.) Other observations I’d like to cite: Those handling tug lines and those working boat hooks were not wearing gloves. Hands can easily be skinned by rope burns or crushed by heavy hooks and their moving components. Our people have a tendency to go out at significant height without any mechanical precautions or safety restraints of any kind.

It is imperative we address this with the staff involved in a constructive and positive way. This is a memo and not a near miss or worse an incident/accident report. We should take such as an advantage to improve our systems. On the subject of competency and capability I’d like to note that ignorance cannot be excused. Being the senior man on-site and in-charge of all related work, Mssr. Miranda should know better and should work to ensure safety in all aspects of daily work at the site. I am questioning his competency henceforth and will not hesitate to pull him out of team leader status myself if he fails to improve or satisfy the most basic of company HSSE requirements.

I would like to request of you the following actions:

1.) Discuss among the staff mentioned my observations and concerns in detail.

2.) Taking my report into account I’d like you to discuss with those
involved how to physically improve or modify the pier to make these operations
safer. What do we need to add? How can we make all levels of the pier safer
during all lowering, retrieval and hoisting operations?

Please ause all your resources at your disposal to accomplish what needs to be accomplished to make our lifeboat operations safer. We can include various instructors to administer in-house trainings on lifting safety and other such related topics later on, with your support.

We need to solve this problem fast as we cannot risk clientele, students or possible external auditors finding these safety deficiencies.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Fax Message (Remittance of Maintenance Fee)

Date: March 7, 2010

To: Accounting Department
Vista Anglo Beach Resort & Country Club
Fax No: 032.236.1234

From: Snappy Sparrow
Member Account No: P1234567
Fax No. 02.521.12340 Tel. 02.523.12340

Subject: Remittance of Maintenance Fee for 2010

Below is a copy of my deposit slip representing payment of P12,400.00 maintenance fee for 2010. Please update your records accordingly.


I, Alvin A. Casas, of legal age, married, and presently residing at 123 Antonio Road. Pilar Village, Las Pinas City, under oath, depose and state:

THAT I am authorized and assigned to drive Ford Focus with plate number ZYY 1435, one of the cars owned by Sparrow Training, Inc.

THAT at around 2:15-2:30 pm of March 1, 2010 after my duty at Sparrow Training Center, I accidentally hit a passenger jeepney while moving backwards along Moonwalk Las Pinas, Zapote on my way home. I admit that it was my fault as I accidentally dipped my feet to low on the accelerator while moving backwards. My speed while backing up did not give time for the backup sensor to trigger hence the accident took place. The rear bumper has been damaged with approximately 2-3 square inches of dent.

I have read the foregoing statement and affirm its truth.

Alvin Casas

Authorization Letter (Payment Of Installation Charge)

March 6, 2010

Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT)
Ramon Cojuangco Building, Makati Avenue,
Makati City, Philippines

To Whom It May Concern:

I hereby authorize Marvin Rodriguez to pay the installation charge of PLDT IGate amounting to USD 553.00 in my behalf and hereby presenting my company ID for identification purposes.

Thank you very much.

Respectfully yours,

Snappy Sparrow
Executive Assistant

Transmittal Letter (Application For Replacement Of Card)

March 7, 2010

Mylene Sanchez
Belle Corp
Membership Services Office
20/F East Tower, Philippine Stock Exchange Center
Exchange Road, Ortigas
Pasig City,

Dear Ms. Sanchez,

I am enclosing the following requirements in relation to my application for replacement of my broken membership card as well as that of my spouse:

two old cards
information/specimen signature cards
photocopies of applicants’ government-issued identification (passport)
1x1 photos of applicants

In as much as the club requires member’s ID at entrance gate and its facilities, I would appreciate receiving our new IDs within three (3) days.

Thank you for giving this request your usual consideration and prompt action.

Very truly yours,

Snappy Sparrow
Membership Number: SS01369143000

Letter Of Request (Account Downgrade)

March 7, 2010

Smart Communications Inc,
6799 Ayala Avenue
Makati City

To whom it may concern:

This is to request for a downgrade of the following account:

From Plan 2,500 to Plan 1,200
Cellphone No: 09201234196
Corporate Account: Sparrow Training Center

Please get in touch with the undersigned at 400-1234, 523-1234 or 0917123456789 for the required documentation. Thank you.

Very truly yours,

Snappy Sparrow
Executive Assistant

Transmittal Letter (Civil Cases)

March 7, 2010

Atty. Rona Nadine P. Villa
143-A MWA Tower
Philippine Stock Exchange Center
Exchange Road, Ortigas Center

Dear Atty. Villa,

We are sending the following original documents in connection with the two civil cases filed by our company:

Special Power of Attorney (for Civil Case No. 09-12114301111 and Civil Case No. 09-12114312222)
201 File of Lina Aranas
201 File of Edwin Garcia

Attached also are signed copies of the Compromise Agreement with Mr. Soriano. Thank you very much.

Very truly yours,

Snappy Sparrow
Executive Assitant

Transmittal Letter (Accident Claim)

March 7, 2010

Ms. Georgina Abaya
Sr. Account Specialist
Trinity Insurance Brokers Inc.

Dear Georgina,

I am sending the following documents relative to our claim on the accident involving our Toyota Avanza (ZYA1104):

1. notarized affidavit of the driver
2. pictures of the damaged vehicle
3. repair cost estimate
4. driver’s license of Mr. Villanueva
5. OR/CR of the vehicle

Kindly schedule inspection of the vehicle this week with the adjuster so we can have the damage repaired soonest. Thank you.

Very truly yours,

Snappy Sparrow
Executive Assistant