Madhu.T.KWhat do you mean by separate registration? When the Factories Act and the Rules framed under that Act is applicable, your establishment will be covered under the same. When you are covered under Factories Act, your employees will automatically get the benefits of welfare, security, health measures as provided under the Act. Over and above that specific registration is not required for each worker. However, for coverage of other Acts, like ESI Act, EPF & MP Act etc you have to initiate registrations separately following the respective Acts.
In addition to the above, there is a system of granting work permit/ work card to workers engaged in headload work within the factory in some states. This is meant only to labouers who are engaged in loading and unloading activities and to distinguish them from headload workers from outside the factory.
From India, Kannur
email@example.comThank you very much for the advice, it is very clear, I need to explain to one of the govt official, hence is any RULE/Notification in the FACTORY ACT, which I can submit to them to justify my claim.
From India, Bengaluru
Madhu.T.KThe point raised by the government authority is not clear. Is it anything connected with the second part of my answer? Please clarify.
From India, Kannur
kapoorrrBeing a manufacturing unit,you have already obtained factory licence under the factories Act. If you sre engaging any contract labour, you will be required to obtain Registration certificate from the labour department and your contractor will be required to get licence if he employed 10 or 20 labour as per the requirement of the State.
R R Kapoor
From India, Vadodara
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