Dinesh Divekar
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Riteshmaity
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Yrshirke
Hr / Ir
Sachinpune
Engineer

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Dear all,
I am safety officer as per factories act in a well reputed company.My organisation has forced me to resign and taken my resignation.I had a one month notice period but they told need not to come on duty from next day.
Please guide us what action should I have to be taken.
Regards,
Safety officer

From India, Pune
Since resignation has been obtained from you (assuming there is no proof of forced resignation), immediately challenge the resignation by sending a letter through registered/speed post.
Depending on your tenure of service, you might be entitled to more benefit than one month's salary.

From India, Kolkata
Dear Sachin,
Nothing is dismaying than sudden loss of employment. Managing the derailment of the career express is not easy. You are no exception to it. Nevertheless, there could be compelling reasons for your removal even without conducting domestic enquiry. Therefore, your post merits few questions.
What is the safety record in your company? Was there near-miss in the recent past? Did management get feel that you are not adding value as far as industrial safety is concerned? Did you press wrong nerve of some top management official?
As a safety "officer", how many persons report to you? We need to know to asses whether you are covered under Industrial Dispute Act, 1947.
Please clarify on the above questions. Based on your replies, senior members of this forum including me will give the advice.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore
Shri Divekar ,
What you had said it is correct but Organisation cant remove Safety Officer without appointing & taking over the Job.This is Statutory Requirement .No one can perform the Safety Officer Job unless he / She is Qualified under the Law .
Regards ,
Y.R.Shirke

From India, Mumbai
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