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while returning to home after finishing his duties will come under connection with employment injury and This is an off site incident and only for getting the insurance benefits you need to report this case and claim to insurance .wheher he is having esi card of the nearest dispensary near his house or company . if yes .
Kindly inform to yout nearest dispensary.
On humanitarian grounds the company should take care of his medical expenses since this injury connected with employment and You don't need to count this case as an LTI into your Anual Statistics...

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Bhawna

Dear Nilesh kumar ji,
01. ) Then what about notional extension / is it not applicable when employer is providing transport facility ?
02.) if trnasportation is provided by the employer ..
in case to catch the company bus or cab provided for employees transporation if he use any other mode of transporation .. then, is it covers under any statutory liability? .. becauese may be employer can't provided transporation at their doarstep.
much regards,
nagarjuna kandimalla
HR - NATCO PHARMA LIMITED

Dear Mr.Nagarjuna,
I would like to put my comments on Point No.2 if trnasportation is provided by the employer ..
in case to catch the company bus or cab provided for employees transporation if he use any other mode of transporation .. then, is it covers under any statutory liability? .. becauese may be employer can't provided transporation at their doarstep.

It means company has provided transportaion for pick up and drop by company vehicle only, Employer is not responsible for catching of company provided transport accidents.
In my present organisation we have taken both EC and GPA Policy to cover all the ways of accident even it is not mandatory by any law or statutory.
Please fell free to ask if you need any assistance.
Regards,
Nilesh Kumar Harge
Associate Manager HR
Fainger Leser Valves (P.) Ltd.,
Aurangabad.

Dear Sir,
I need your guidance on following issue....!!
Soppose any of the company employee met with a road accident while going on meeting or with some company work during office hours, meanwhile any of the accidents occures with them, whether he/she will be eligible for ESI benefit or all Medical benefits by concern Company Side or not, if it is so then if their is any creiteria of the company, or any Govt. Law for that....!!
Kindly suggest us your valuable views in this regard.....!!
Regards,
Ankit Saxena

Dear Mr.Ankit,

If a company employee is met with an accident while going for meeting during official working hrs is eligible to get the benefit. but we must have some proof like Gate Pass / Out Door Duty Form etc., to prove that when he was met with accident he was on official assignment.

Even in the case that if a employee met with an accident out of the premises because his nature of job is extensive travelling.

Your might remember that while taking insurance coverage by either way " Nature of work " we have to mention.

even in exceptional case you can claim on the grounds of due to exigency of work employee has been sent out for Out Door Duty.
Regards,
Nilesh Kumar Harge
Associate Manager HR
Fainger Leser Valves (P.) Ltd.
Aurangabad.

Dear Ajay
1)In comnnection with the counting of lost time donot arise since workman completed his shift working hours. Therfore it should not be counted for annual statistics.
2) Since the workman met with an accident while returning to home after completion of his duties, the case will fall under the theory of notional extension of employment. Thus employer is liable to pay compensation for personal injury caused to a workman by accident occured beyond his working hours and beyond his work place.
3) If workman is covered undert the ESIS, he e will get benefit as per the scheme.
4) If he is covered under Group Medical Scheme , Group Personal Accident policy , the workman will get all eligible benefit such Hospitiliazation charges. Wags during the absence from duties -- etc. However you will have to check terms of policy.
Hope this will clarify your all queries.
R D Watve

Dear Mr.Ravindra,
Thanks for valued information.
Are there any limits or rules regarding companies responsibilities, as also earlier mensioned by Mr. Bhatia in this discussion regarding specific range of distance from company premises or within perticular time frame?? I am littile bit confused on the same.
regards
Ajay

Dear Ajay,
The accident was done out side the office premises after the office timings.so, no need to take pay anything from the employer side .what ever Nilesh Kumar said is absolutely correct
Regards
Satyaprasad.Rayudu.

Dear Ajay
1)Companies responsibility is to provide workman medical treatment till he gets recovered from accidental injury only.
2)In practical sense you can not decide where ur workman should reside, hence no limit for distance from company to residence can be taken in to consideration for giving medical treatment. However if workman met with an accident under the influence of alcochol or any narcotic subsence the employer can refuse to pay for medical treatment.
R D Watve
R D Watve


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