Harsh Kumar Mehta
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1. Despite of implementation of online procedure, following registers are required to maintained in physical form by all the employers covered under ESI Act, 1948:-
(a) Accident Book as required under Regulation 66 of ESI (General) Regulations, 1952.
(b) Inspection Book as required under Regulation 102A of ESI (General) Regulations, 1952.
2. Following Returns or forms are required to be submitted online or as required as per procedure laid down:-
(a) Monthly Return of Contribution as was required earlier under Regulation 26 of the ESI (General) Regulations, 1952. Returns of contributions (for 6 months period) are now not to be submitted to the Branch Offices since the same are up-dated from the monthly returns so submitted by the employers. This can be confirmed from the appropriate Branch Office of ESIC.
(b) Declaration forms/Returns of DFs. in respect of new employees are also required to be submitted online within specified period.
(c) Return of Information on Factory/Establishment as required under Regulation 10-C.
(d) Accident Report as and when any accident occurs.( Regulation 68).
3. So far as names of forms and their details which are used in the Branch Offices of ESIC (for cash benefits) as well as in ESI Dispensaries (for medical benefit), the same can be ascertained after personally contacting the said offices. These forms are need-based i.e. are required to be completed as and when any insured person or employee of your unit will contact these offices for claims of cash benefits or medical benefit.
4. I will suggest you to please also visit websites of ESIC Hqrs. as well as of your appropriate Regional/Sub/Divisional Office of ESIC, from where you can also download relevant literature to enlighten you regarding procedural as well as legal aspects of ESI Act, 1948 and rules/regulations framed thereunder.
17th August 2014 From India, Noida
According to the labour law compliance ESI for every employee should be deducted, even for the contractual one. But if the salary of any employee is Rs 5000/- only and he do not want any kind of deduction then what should we do so.
18th August 2014 From India, Kota
Not from every employee but only from Employees drawing up to Rs.15000 pm.
Yes. Not only from contractual one but also from contract labour. Hope you know the difference between contractual employee and contract labour.
ESI is mandatory up to salary Rs. 15000 pm. Nor employee or you have any option. However, average minimum daily wage is Rs. 100 there is no contribution from employee.
18th August 2014 From India, Mumbai
Declaration Forms / Returns of DF's ...Means the counterfoil generated after uploading IP details...Right?
Or do they refer something else. Please clarify me.
And also guide me to get pehchan card. What are the procedures to get two or three cards for dependents who live in two different places other than the employee?
20th August 2014 From India, Coimbatore
You have to save copies of challans and take print outs and file them systematically for your ready reference. Similarly statement of employee wise contributions made also could be taken prints and filed. This may be required for your ref./to clarify as and when employees and family go to ESI dispensary/hospital and there ESI staff might ask for these details such as when & how the ESI contributions were remitted. On such occasions you may give them xerox copies of these particulars so that ESI facilities could be availed smoothly. Maintaining these records also would be very handy as and when ESI Inspectors visit your office.
The Pehchan card (in other words IP ID cards) will have to be obtained from the Branch Office concerned. This can be obtained by - Every employee along with his/her family should personally go over to the ESI-Local Branch Office under which your office is attached. There is arrangement made by ESI to photograph each member of the family and altogether on particular days and timings (you can check this by telephoning to the ESI office). After the photos are taken ESI make arrangements to send the individual ID cards directly to the employer concerned by courier which can be distributed to the employees. If there are different arrangements you can ascertain from the local Br.office related to your office.
28th August 2014 From India, Bangalore