Subrotohradmin
Hr & Admin
K.P.Mohanasundaram
Manager - Administration & Hr
Kvjraghunath
Hr Manager
J.Gopi Krishna
Agm Hr & Ir
Vinay62
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Dear All, As I know if BOCW Act is applicable in establishment then ESIC is not applicable. Looking forward your comments on the same. Thanks Subroto
From India, Mumbai
Dear Subroto, If BOCW act is applicable, then ESI is not applicable. only Workmen Compensation Policy to be obtained for the employees working in the site. Rakesh
From India, Madras
Dear all, The attachments are for your reference please. Regards, Mohan.
From India, Erode

Attached Files
File Type: pdf ESI Notification 4-99.pdf (177.4 KB, 1913 views)
File Type: pdf ESI Notification 4-99 Continuation.pdf (630.6 KB, 1272 views)

Dear All,
Please note the latest notification from ESIC regarding above subject
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From India, Vijayawada
Dear all, Can I have any write up or any GO on "if BOCW Act is applicable in establishment then ESIC is not applicable" Regards G K - HR 08600098272
From India, Mumbai
Dear All, I am waiting for a "Write up" on the above. Plz. help me Regards GK - HR 08600098272
From India, Mumbai
Can you clarify what " any construction workers working in site can not avail ESI" ????????
From India, Hyderabad
Anonymous
Dear All,
The same write up on the all above is highly required.
Could you please help me.
Also Mr. Keshav Korgaonkar
I could not able understand your last line boss i.e. "According to my knowledge, there is nothing".
May I have the opportunity to get more on the same subject.
Thanks and Regards.
Thanks Subroto

From India, Mumbai
Dear Sri Keshav Korgaonkar / All The issue till is under gel ... Kindly help to get some more ideas / knowledge about the same ....... Regards Subroto Mukherjee
From India, Mumbai
Dear Sir,
I am working in a contract based construction company under principal employer i.e. HPCL at HPCL Depot. Haryana.
Our labour strength is more than 20 & we applied for Labour Licence & Registration Certificate. We got the Labour Licence for the same but Labour Commissioner denied to issue Certificate of Registration for this job. He replied that this HPCL depot falls under factory act & we can not issue any Certificate of Registration. But my principal employer asking for Registration Certificate under BOCW. Also he is asking for ESI Registration rather we have a WC policy of all the workers.
Now my question is:-
1. Is the principal employer is right? should we apply for Certificate of Registration under BOCW if yes, then where to apply because central govt. has denied for the same.
2. ESI is applicable on us rather we have a WC policy for all the workers?
Thanks,
Deepak

From India, Bhatinda

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