shivanponbara Started The Discussion:
Hi Can any one tell me what are all considered as statutory and non statutory welfare measures which must/ can be implemented in manufacturing industry. Thanks Siva Kumar 9941011045
30th November 2010 From India, Madras

The Factories Act, Mine Act, Plantations Labour Act or (State) Shops and Commercial Establishments Act have provisions relating to so many welfare measures to be implemented in the establishments like, setting up of clean rest rooms, creches, canteens, wash rooms, ambulance rooms etc subject to some conditions regarding the number of employees employed and the nature of work performed. These are statutory welfare schemes which are mandatory in nature without which the establishment has no right to exist. At the same time there are so many other schemes which are not mentioned in these Acts, like play ground, medical centres, cinema halls, cooperative stores, schools for children of the employees etc. These shall be treated as non statutory welfare schemes of the establishment.
30th November 2010 From India, Kannur
Dear shiva
See statutory & Non Statutory Welfare facilities
 Sanitary and hygiene facilities
 Washing facilities
 Drinking water
 First-aid Box
 Ambulance Room
 Rest shelter facilities
 Feeding facilities (canteen)
 crèches
 medical facilities
 Educational facilities
 Recreation facilities
 Transport facilities
 Family planning
 Comparative credit societies
 Consumers comparative stores and fair price shop
 Distress relief and cash benefits
Every factory/estblishment must be Provide the statutory facilities & Non Statutory facilities depending upon Size/ econamy status of the Factory/ Establishment we can implimnt the non satutory facilities but not implimentation the statutory facilities must be provide.

2nd December 2010 From India

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