Dear All
Hi I am new User to CiteHr.
I have always been in Recuitment & Employee Engagement.
I have been recently given the assignment of Handling Statutory Compliances in my organization & Compliance is something which is new area for me.
Since my organization is a Registered Organization under Shops & Commercial Establishment Act in Gurgaon, Haryana;
1) Therefore, kindly let me know which & what types of compliance should i put in place for my new organization.
2) Which is the best way to keep a check on whether all the compliances are adhered to & what are the various compliances & LABOUR LAWS i shold comply with as per Hayana Labour Department. ?

From India, Gurgaon
Labour Laws & Ir
Payroll, Domestic Inquiry, Administration,
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It is necessary to know the business of your company, the compliance will be done according to the nature of business.
From India, Gurgaon

Dear Rahul,
Your expectation from citehr members seems to be very high. You have told us that your organization is covered under the Shops Act. Therefore, you may go through the Punjab Shops & Commercial Establishment, 1958 as applicable to the State of Haryana. You are also covered under The Minimum wages Act, 1948 being a Schedule Employment. For maintenance of record you are to go through the relevant Rules of Haryana state.For more details you may also visit the office of area Labour Inspector for having knowledge on applicability of different labour laws to be implemented in the State of Haryana.

From India, Delhi

Dear Rahul,

Since you are in construction Industry, the following compliances are to be observed at your various site offices and your establishment registered under shop & Establishment requires observance of compliances under this particular Act only.

1. Clearance cerificate from Central/State Pollution Control Board under Air Act, 1981/and water (Prevention & Control of Pollution ) Act 1974.

2. Environment clearance certificate (Environmental Implication Analysis- EIA) from MOEF

3. Mining Approval (permission of removal of mineral/minor mineral/clay etc.) under provisions of Mines Act, 1952

4. Clearance from Central Ground Water Authority- Borewell Registration Certificate, N.O.C. for rain water harvesting

5. Clearance from Electricity Department

6. Permission from Municipal Corporation, for -*water/sewerage connection, *NOC for roads *MC approval for site office

7. Clearance from Department of Industries

8. Clearance from Fire Department

9. Clearance for fire safety equipments.

10. Clearance from Forest Department for cutting of trees

Permissions from Area Development Authority * Building Drawing Approvals * Noc for construction * Sanction for a Project within MC jurisdiction CTP * Service plan estimates approval from DTCP *Clearance of piling *Clearance of excavation *Concept plan finalization RPD (GMADA) * Formation level clearance * Boundary wall plan sanction

11. Clearance from Traffic Police for traffic management during operation (including re- routing of buses and other vehicles)

12. Traffic designs approval from from Transport Department

13. Permission from Police department for working in night shifts

14. NOC from Public Health Department & Labour camp clearance.

15. Permission to install elevators/lifts/Escalators from concerned departments of GOPb

16. permission from ADA, PWD for shifting of services and utilities.

17. PAN, Sales Tax & other tax registrations

18. Clearance for blasting & use of explosives from Commissioner of Explosives & Police Deptt.

19. Permission for drains & sewer from Water & Sanitation Deptt., PCB

20. Installation of Batching Plant from PCB.

21. Certificate of ESI Registration under Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948

22. Certificate of PF Registration under The Employees' Provident Funds & Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952

23. Certificate of Registration under payment of Gratuity Act, 1972

24. Certificate of Registration under Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition Act), 1970

25. Certificate of Registration under Interstate Migrant Workman (Regulation of Employment & Conditions of Service) Act, 1979

26. Notice of actual date of commencement and probable date of completion of works to Labour Inspector in Form IV (BOCW ACT)

27. Application for Registration of Establishment to the Registering Officer within 60 days of commencement in Form- I (in triplicate) ( Labour License) (BOCW ACT)

28. Payment of labour cess in Form I (Rule-7) under The Building & other Construction Workers' Cess Act, 1996.

29. Submission of half yearly/annual returns relating to the establishment in Form XXV in duplicate.

30. Information to Asstt. Labour Commissioner regarding fatal/non fatal accidents within 24 hrs. of occurrence of accident.

31. Display on notice board the following information of workers: a) Hours of work b) Their wage periods c) Date of payment of wages d) Names and addresses of the Labour Inspectors having jurisdiction e) Date of payment of unpaid wages

32. Muster-roll in Form- XVI

33. Register of wages in Form- XVII

34. Register of deductions for damages or loss in Form- XIX

35. Register of fines in Form- XX

36. Register of advances in Form XXI

37. Wage Book in Form XXIII

38. register of periodical Test-Examination of lifting appliances and gears etc. in Form XXVI

39. Register of over time in Form- XXII

40. Register of building workers employed by the employer in Form-XV

41. Certificate of Initial & Periodical Test & Examination of Winches, Derricks & their Accessory Gear in Form V

42. Certificate of Initial & Periodical Test & Examination of Cranes or Hoists & their Accessory Gear in Form VI.

43. Certificate of Initial & Periodical Test & Examination of Loose Gears in Form VII

44. Certificate of Test & Examination of Wirerope before being taken into use in Form VIII.

45. Certificate of annealing of Loose Gears in Form IX

46. Certificate of Annual thorough examination of loose gears exempted from annealing in Form X.

47. Certificate of Medical examination in Form XI

48.Health Register in Form XII

49. Notice of poisoning or occupational notifiable diseases in Form XIII

50. Report of accidents and dangerous occurances in Form XIV

51. Payment of minimum wages to workers under Minimum Wages Act 1948

52. Payment of equal wages for work of equal nature to male and female workers under Equal Remuneration Act, 1976.

53. Provision of weekly rest and payment for work done on the day of rest at over time rate under Payment of Wages Act, 1936.

54. payment of annual bonus to employees drawing Rs. 3500/- per month or less to a minimum of 8.33% and maximum of 20% of wages under Payment of Bonus Act, 1965.

55. Not to employ children below 14 years of age under Child labour (Regulation & Prohibition) Act,1986


56. Free temporary living accomodation

57. canteen

58. First aid facilities (contents as per schedule III)

59. Medical examination of workers as the Director General of Inspections may direct from time to time

60. 24 hrs. availaibility of Ambulance

61. Drinking water

62. Separate lavatories for males and females

63. Creches, if more than 50 female workers

64. To appoint safety officer if more than 500 workers

65. To take adequate measures against excessive noise or vibration

66. Fire protection by providing fire extinguishing equipment with trained person and ahn adequate water supply

67. Fencing of motors

68. Lifting and carrying of weight as permitted: Adult man -55 kg Adult woman -30 kg Adolescent male - 30 kg Adolescent female - 20 kg

69. To submit health and safety policy for the approval of the Director General of inspection and copy to be displayed at construction site

70. To erect overhead protection along the periphery of construction work

71. To take adequate measures against slipping, tripping, cutting, drowning and falling hazards

72. To prevent concentration of dust, gases, fumes etc.

73. To provide personal protective equipment for the protection of eyes

74. To provide safety helmets and shoes

I think this information will solve your purpose.



From India, Gurgaon

Dear Anil,
No annual return relating to Shops Act in UT Chandigarh is required to be sent to any authority.
With Regards,

From India, Delhi
Dear Rahul, Mr. R.N.Khola is absolutely right it will take lot of time to understand Indian Labour Law, you need to read all bear acts first. Regards Sudhir Prabhu Regards Sudhir Prabhu
From India, Mumbai

hey Kirti, Very useful information is provided by you.... can you pl let me know the process of getting mining approval. regards, Ruchi
From India, Chandigarh
I had joined as an HR in pharmaceutical company and I am the first HR in this company & I am interested in all the rules and regulation what a multi national company is having i want to start.
with that i want to know that how all act can be maintained

From India, Vadodara

Dear Kholaji,
We are an office registered under Bombay Shops and Establishment Act. until now we have working from 9.00 to 17.30 and Sunday weekly-off.
Now Management has decided to support all our office at globe from mumbai. We are not BPO / KPO, we are having office at Dadar (mumbai), but we provides services to our offices at globe. Hence it is necessary to run the business 24 X 7.
Can you please advice about what kind of compliance we need to do in order to run the business 24 X 7. Any Kind of Exemption needed for this?
Looking forward for your reply.
Avinash K.

From India, Mumbai

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