Hello Sir, can you tell me about PF forms, which form used for what in PF, pl explain for me and tell about Kaizen and how it will use for the development. Thank you. Regards vinaya kumar
From India, Madras

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Hi Vinaya Kumar,
There are many forms used in PF
Form-2 for Declaration
Form-5 for addition of new employees
Form-10 for deletion of left employees
And coming to Kaizen is word which means "CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT".

From India, Hyderabad
Thank you for your reply sir,....sir can you tell me other forms in PF, i am going to give my presentation on Kaizen what should i mainly cover in this topic, pl give for an idea..
Thank you.
vinaya kumar

From India, Madras
Dear Vinaya,
Kaizen is a japanese word, Kai + Zen, it means ' A process of ongoing improvements'. It refers to small accruing incremental changes. Pl read the attachments carefully & you may understand enough to deliver your lecture/presentation.
Before going any further I would like to know your designation & the industry that you are in. Who are your audience, their level of comprehension. Have you ever had any formal qualifications in SCM/Materials Mgmt.
Pl search the site, there's enough posting already. Pl understand that the questions being asked are only to gauge as to what level of material will suffice & not confound you further.
As for topics to be covered you should cover 3Ms, Muda,Muri,Mura ; 5S , TPM , if possible bits of Visual Process Control & Method Study/Ergonomics. I am attaching some stuff for failitating you.

From India, Delhi

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File Type: doc Muda.doc (28.0 KB, 2116 views)
File Type: doc kaizen download.doc (53.5 KB, 2224 views)
File Type: pdf kaizen_BW.pdf (248.6 KB, 2028 views)

Use the Download Search Box at the top of the page!!!! There is a ton of stuff on CiteHR already about Kaizen. Search FIRST Ask SECOND!!!
From Australia, Melbourne
I like "Search FIRST Ask SECOND!!!"
It would take a lot of pressure from the site of new posts.
In fact a list of how to use the site in the most efficient manner needs to be circulated. I'll see if I can gather the points for the same.

From India, Delhi
PF Submission Details
Sl. No.
Form No.
Previous Employment Details
Family / Nominee Details
Change of Nominee
(Small Scale/ Cottage Industry) i.e. Like, Jute, Gum etc…
Initial Returns
9, 3(P.S.), 5A
Monthly Returns
12A, 5 & 10
Remit of the Contribution & Admin. Charges
Before 15th of the Following Month

From India, Bhopal
Kaizen is small improvements and a change for better.It must be accompanied by change of method. The Kaizen concept stimulates productivity improvement as an ongoing process in any company.It is a practice oriented strategy which leads to creation of culture of improvement It is more a way of life or at least a cultural approach to quality improvement. The implementation of philosophy of Kaizen can be achieved through involvement of employees to effect improvements.

Kaizen –A Necessity for the Industry

Kaizens can be implemented in the industry by improving every aspect of business process in a step by step approach, while gradually developing employee skills through training and increased involvement. The principle are:

human resources are the most important company asset

process must evolve by gradual improvement rather than radical changes

improvement must be based on evaluation of process performance

By practicing Kaizen culture, managers demonstrate commitment to quality. Also, the workers with adequate support from managers become a major source of improvement

Kaizen system is simple,but its implication are far reaching. These can be in the area of Productivity, Quality, Cost, Delivery, Safety & Morale of Employees


Q would mean more accurate

C would mean cheaper, lesser value

D would mean lesser cycle time or lead time, faster and more quantity.

S would mean safer,easier & comfortable working.

P is a derivative or a combination of any of the above QCDSM. However,there could be Kaizen, which is implemented primarily to improve productivity. Such a productivity improvement kaizen may also indirectly effect cost and/or quality and/or safety etc.. Hence, the categorisation of a kaizen should be done based on what it was originally intended for and not based on what all could be the eventual spin-off or side benefits

Kaizen would always involve a change in the method of doing. It could be esign change, procedure change etc

Kaizen vs Large Improvements

A kaizen is a small improvement without much data analysis.A problem solved through the method of using six sigma techniques would not qualify as a kaizen for the purpose of compilation .Hence a kaizen done through “dataless”improvements would qualify as a kaizen.

Types of Kaizens :

Primarily two types of kaizens

Idea Kaizens - These Kaizens have no why-why analysis. If any why-why analysis is done normally it would always reach the same conclusion that “no one thought of it before”. These Kaizens have been done due to an idea created.

Corrective Action Kaizens - These Kaizens are done to correct a problem and would have a proper why-why analysis.

From India, Bangalore
Reg. EPF Forms:

All employees including contract employees are to be enrolled as Provident Fund members from the date of their joining your establishment.

Forward the details of employees enrolled as Provident Fund members before 15th of every month to the Regional Provident Fund Commissioner through Form – 5.

Obtain the Nomination in Form – 2(R) from the member and forward it alongwith Form – 5.

Furnish the details of employees leaving your service, before 15th of every month through Form – 10 alongwith the contribution card in Form – 3A.

Submit the Annual contribution card of each member in Form – 3A and Form – 6A before 30th April of each year.

In the case of resignation of an employee, the Provident Fund is payable after 2 months. In such cases, the Form 19 is to be completed duly attested by the employer or authorised officer and deliver it to the employee on the day of his leaving the service. The employee may submit to Regional Provident Fund Commissioner after 2 months, if he is not securing employment.

From India, Madras
Dear Mr Ramesh,
This is a common pool of wisdom, give & take is probably just a transitory phase, we switch sides before we realise!!
If you are a hard core SCM/Logistics professional/trainer then get in touch with me on .

From India, Delhi

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