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Dear All,

I came across the following information for employers. I hope this will be helpful for all.

Duties Of Employers

An employer will apply in Form-01for coverage under the ESI Act, within 15 days after the Act becomes applicable to a factory or establishment.

The employer will submit Declaration Form in respect of all coverable employees in the unit.

The employer will collect temporary identity cards from the Branch Office concerned followed by permanent photo identity cards and pass them on to the employees concerned.

The employer will deposit both employee's and employer's contribution as per specified rates within 21 days of the following month.

The Employer will maintain an Accident Book and submit accident reports to the Branch Office, involving insured worker(s) on the job, within 24 hours of an accident.

The Employer will maintain all such records and registers as are required under the Act and produce them for verification/inspection before the authorized officers of the Corporation.

The employer will facilitate proper inspection of records/registers and the premises by visiting officers of ESIC as and when so required.

The employer shall submit half-yearly return of Contribution (RC) by 12 th May/11 th November every year with all columns properly filled.

The Employee shall indicate insurance number of IPs in chronological order in the return of contribution and his own code number in all correspondence

The employer will not make any false declaration or misrepresentation of facts, concerning the applicability of the act, or, admissibility of benefits to employees—regular, hired or contractual.

The employers will ensure that contribution is paid in respect of all contract labour , badli and casual workers drawing wages upto Rs . 15,000/- a month (excluding remuneration for overtime).

The employer will promptly report the date of closure of a factory/establishment to the ESIC Branch Office/ Regional Office, preferably within seven days of such closure and clear ESI liabilities.

The employer will report any change in business activity, address, ownership or the management to ESIC authorities forth with.

An employer will also ascertain the liability towards ESI dues, while taking over the ownership of a factory/ establishment through purchase , gift, lease, licence or otherwise as the new owner is liable to discharge past liabilities.

The employer will submit Form 01A in respect of its unit/establishment every year.

An employer will apply in Form-01for coverage under the ESI Act, within 15 days after the Act becomes applicable to a factory or establishment.

The employer will submit Declaration Form in respect of all coverable employees in the unit.

The employer will collect temporary identity cards from the Branch Office concerned followed by permanent photo identity cards and pass them on to the employees concerned.

The employer will deposit both employee's and employer's contribution as per specified rates within 21 days of the following month.

The Employer will maintain an Accident Book and submit accident reports to the Branch Office, involving insured worker(s) on the job, within 24 hours of an accident.

The Employer will maintain all such records and registers as are required under the Act and produce them for verification/inspection before the authorized officers of the Corporation.

The employer will facilitate proper inspection of records/registers and the premises by visiting officers of ESIC as and when so required.

The employer shall submit half-yearly return of Contribution (RC) by 12 th May/11 th November every year with all columns properly filled.

The Employee shall indicate insurance number of IPs in chronological order in the return of contribution and his own code number in all correspondence

The employer will not make any false declaration or misrepresentation of facts, concerning the applicability of the act, or, admissibility of benefits to employees—regular, hired or contractual.

The employers will ensure that contribution is paid in respect of all contract labour , badli and casual workers drawing wages upto Rs . 15,000/- a month (excluding remuneration for overtime).

The employer will promptly report the date of closure of a factory/establishment to the ESIC Branch Office/ Regional Office, preferably within seven days of such closure and clear ESI liabilities.

The employer will report any change in business activity, address, ownership or the management to ESIC authorities forth with.

An employer will also ascertain the liability towards ESI dues, while taking over the ownership of a factory/ establishment through purchase , gift, lease, licence or otherwise as the new owner is liable to discharge past liabilities.

The employer will submit Form 01A in respect of its unit/establishment every year.

From India, Madras
Dear All

The above compliance has to be done as per ESI Circular the following types of Outsourcing Contracts are recognized It categorizes the outsourcing, process and calls outsourcing in a simple term of “Job work”:

(a) The Jobwork done inside the factory/establishment premises through Contractors/Immediate Employers having independent ESIC Code Nos.

(b) Jobwork done inside the factory premises through Contractors/Immediate Employers not having independent ESIC Code Nos.

(c) Jobwork done outside the factory/establishment premises through factories/establishments which are having independent Code Nos.:

(d) Jobwork done outside the factory/establishment premises through factories/establishments which are not having independent Code Nos but the supervision being exercised by the Principal Employer

(e) Jobwork done outside the factory premises through units engaging less than 10/20 employees but working exclusively for the Principal Employer

(f) Jobwork done outside the factory/establishment premises through factory/establishment engaging less than 10/20 employees which are not independently coverable, and where no supervision is exercised and who are undertaking the work for more than one employer

(g) Jobwork done outside the factory premises through Contractors/Immediate Employers who perform the work through Home workers or works in non-implemented areas

With regards

V.Sounder Rajan

Advocates & Notaries & Legal Consultants

E-mail : [email protected],net,

-9025792684-9025792634

The Circular can be down loaded at page 4 of https://www.citehr.com/285737-legal-...#ixzz18pbJ3Vfi

From India, Bangalore
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