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Hi Friends, Good Evening. I am Antony working as a Statutory compliance executive in a MNC. Just like a knowledge sharing, I would like to know from you all is there any policy for Creche. Apart from the statutory provisions am so interested to know wht kind of food can we recommond for different age group childrens, Can we admit a sick child into the Creche :?: Expecting the experts reply . . . . regads, Antony:icon1:
From United States, Cranston
Creche is mandatory under Factories Act and Plantations Labour Act. Under the Factories Act, it becomes the responsibility of the employer to set up a creche where 30 women employees are normally working. Under Plantation Labour Act, however, it is mandatory where 50 or more women employees are working or the number of children of women employees exceed 19. These Acts have laid down certain hygiene matters which the employer has to follow. A child carrying contagious disease need not be allowed in the creche but the employer shall ensure separate arrangement for it. Regards, Madhu.T.K
From India, Kannur
Hi, As far as food to be provided to crech children is concerned, it is required to consideration the age factors, physical conditions, consumption levels, likes and dislikes of the kids you are admitting. Generally, food for the kids needs to be brought from their respective homes and the creche attendant to help in feeding the food to the kids. Boiled milk, Biscuits and the like nutrious food items may be provided in addition to the regular food. -Saravana Rajan
From India, Mumbai
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