Umakanthan53
Labour Law & Hr Consultant
Kadam Rupali
Assistant Manager - Hr And Admin
Yrshirke
Hr / Ir
+1 Other

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Dear Seniors,
We are medical device manufacturers located in Navi Mumbai region.In our company we use various types weights in packing section.
we are covered in weight and measurement act 2011?
If we have to follow compliance's under this act then what is procedure and requirement.
Rupali

From India, Mumbai
Dear Rupali,
You are covered by the Legal Metrology Act,2009 and as such you have to get your weights, measures and weighing and measuring instruments used in your transactions ,whether internal or external, reverified periodically as stipulated in the Rules.

From India, Salem
Dear Rupali , Shri Umakanthan is correct advics you .When you supply your instrument Registration and certification you have to complete , Regards
From India, Mumbai
Dear Rupali,

Long back since I served as an Additional Controller of Legal Metrology in Tamilnadu. Lots of changes have occurred since then and as such I am not aware of the exact procedural formalities obtaining now in various States. As far as I know, as a user of wgts and measrs, you have to get reverified and stamped all the electronic weighing and measuring instruments and higher denomination instruments such as platform scales once in a year and all other items once in two years. If you sell your products in packaged form, you have to obtain a licence in this regard, your packages should be only in the denominations prescribed in the Packaged Commodities Rules in force, should contain certain statutory declarations such as name of the commodity, its net contents, maximum sale price, date of expiry in case of perishable goods, name and address of the manufacturer/packer, e-mail id, customer care contact no and the like. If you are a manufacturer of weighing and measuring instruments, you have to obtain a licence from the Director of Legal Metrology and get your models approved before hand. Better consult your area Inspector of Legal Metrology or State Controller of Legal Metrology for the current procedures and exemptions if any.

From India, Salem
Dear Ms. Kadam ,
Please call our company EG Kantawalla pvt. ltd at 020-30418100 and one of our team member will explain you all about weight and measurement act or any other legal compliances required by medical device manufacturer.
Thanks
Ajay

From India, Pune
Dear Ajay Sir, I have tried calling on number provided by you, but it is wrong number may be.
From India, Mumbai
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