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ESI Corporation Coimbatore

ESI Corporation Coimbatore . welcomes you. www.esicoimbatore.org. visit our website. Form 01. Submit. Submit Form 01 and register your factory or establishment within 15 days of its applicability under Section 2(12) or 1(5) of ESI Act. 15 days. Regulation 10-B.

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ESI Corporation Coimbatore

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  1. ESI CorporationCoimbatore welcomes you

  2. www.esicoimbatore.org visit our website

  3. Form 01 Submit • Submit Form 01and register your factory or establishment within 15 days of its applicability under Section 2(12) or 1(5) of ESI Act 15 days Regulation 10-B

  4. If your factory or establishment has been covered and allotted a code number, based on information available to the ESI Corporation, do not fail to submit Form 01 within 15 days within 15 days of receipt of communication of such allotment of code number to you Regulation 10-B(cc)

  5. revised • Employer’s Registration Form (i.e. Form 01) revised with effect from 01.01.05. • To apply for employers’ code number from 01.01.05, file this revised form. This revised form can be downloaded from our website www.esicoimbatore.org

  6. Submit annual return in Form 01-A for every year, on or before 31st January of the following year effective 01.01.05 Regulation 10-c • Have you submitted your first annual return for the year 2004? Last date for submission : 31.01.05

  7. Consider and cover all the persons employed for wages upto Rs. 7500/- p.m. Never discriminate between your employees in matters of coverage and compliance whether you call them • permanent or temporary • regular or casual • male or female • time-rated or piece-rated • willing or unwilling • trainees or apprentices • technical or non-technical • daily rated or weekly/monthly rated

  8. Register all employees by submitting declarations in Form 1 to the branch office of Form 3 ESIC along with 10 within days Regulation 14

  9. Obtain Temporary Identity Certificates / Permanent photo Identity cards of your employees on registration then and there Regulation 17

  10. Do not fail to hand over the TIC or the photo identity card to the respective employee as soon as received from the Branch office of the ESIC • Remember, the photo identity card is the property of your employee and should be with him. Employer has no right or business to detain them

  11. Employers are identified by their individual “employer’s code number” and employees by their individual “insurance number” Always quote them in your reference/ correspondence.

  12. Pay/Deposit contribution through/at any of the authorised branches of State Bank of India, either by Cash or Cheque. When by cheque, deposit sufficiently in advance to allow for realisation

  13. “Register of Employees” • “Register of Employees” is the basic and comprehensive record of ESI Covered employees. Maintain it neatly and properly and close it every month over your or authorised representative’s signature Regulation 32

  14. Submit Return of Contributions (Form 5) complete in all respects, with evidence for payment of contribution (receipted bank challans) within 42 days of the end of the contribution period • Return for contibution period ending 30th September is due by 11th November • Return of contribution period ending 31st March is due by 12th May Regulation 26

  15. Do not fail to indicate/ enclose the following in your return of contributions:- • Date of appointment of employee (if new entrant) • Date of leaving employment (if so) • Name of ESI Dispensary as opted by each employee (with changes if any) • Insurance number of employee • Receipted bank challans, in evidence of remittance of contribution

  16. If you are closing down your factory/establishment permanently, do not forget • to pay contribution on the day of closure itself, and • to submit RC within 7 days of closure. This will help early inspection and deletion of your factory/estt from our records.

  17. Pay contribution and submit Return of Contributions in time. • Serious delay or default on your part will burden you embarrass us and ultimately affect your employees for no fault of theirs.

  18. Penalties are imposed.. prosecutions may be launched.. not because you offend us, but because you offend your own employees.

  19. Penal provisions are there only to ensure and secure compliance with laws. • Failure to comply is not not not • when you do not submit returns when you do not register yourself and your employees when you cannot pay contribution refuse. But only when you to respond to show-cause notices Do reply to notices

  20. Inspection of your factory/establishment is a statutory requirement (Section 45 of ESI Act). But you can avoid it as and when you comply. • If an inspection is round the corner, take it that you have done enough default and damage.

  21. Should there be an inspection of your factory/establishment under ESI Act, extend your sincere co-operation with the inspecting authority

  22. Do not obstruct inspection or defer/deny production of records. No one can keep on doing that.

  23. Why do you think we are after most of the employers? • It is enough indication that almost every alternate employer is at fault in one or the other aspect.

  24. Inspection Book is another important ESI register wherein the ESI Inspector records his visit to your premises, leaves remarks on discrepancies and deficiencies found out during inspection and necessary advice on follow-up. Produce it during inspection and Insist upon a record of such inspection, every time the ESI Inspector inspects… Take note of observations of the ESI Inspector as recorded in the Inspection Book and comply with them.

  25. Do not reduce /discontinue benefits otherwise admissible to your employees under the pretext of ESI Benefits • Do not dismiss, discharge or punish an IP when he/she is in receipt of sickness, maternity or temporary disablement benefit.

  26. Issue certificate of continuing employment in Form ESIC-37 on demand, to enable your employee to get medical treatment in the absence of entitlement confirmation. • ESIC-37 is a must for medical treatment if you are yet to submit RC for the relevant contribution period

  27. ESIC 37 is not required, if the “live list” and the wanted Ins no. in the list, are very much available. ESIC 37 is required, if you have submitted your RC already in time and still the ESI Dispensary has not received the relevant “live list”

  28. Indiscriminate demand and issue of ESIC-37 is cumbersome and refer to ESI Dispensary concerned or to us for remedy.

  29. Issue certificate of employment in ESIC-105 to your employees while on tour or authorised leave at outstation localities to enable your employees to take medical treatment • (valid for 3 months)

  30. ESIC –105 is not required for family of an employee if the family resides in a different place(either in or out of the State) A separate photo identity card for family (ESIC-4A) can be obtained on application from the Branch Office

  31. Submit Accident Report to Branch Office / IMO (in Form 15) within 24 hours in ordinary cases and immediately in the event of death of employee. • Render first aid to the injured person and take him to the nearest ESI Dispensary/ Hospital immediately Regulation 68 Regulation 69

  32. It is the age of manufacturing • It is the age of outsourcing • And, it is the scene of job-working now • Let us produce goods • Let us market products • Let us negotiate wages • Let us co-exist in economy And above all, Let us make them securein the field of social security Those men on machines, who work for uswho work for their familyThe human resources, simplywe call them employees, insurable persons. ESI- a bit in their favour

  33. Employers- • You could be a principal Employer when manufacturing or outsourcing • You could be an Immediate Employer when say, job working But, there is only one chunk in common. The Employees on either sideWhether they are factory worker or job-worker permanent or temporary, casual or time-rated and what not ESI cover – a bit in their favour.

  34. A word to the Principal Employers A job-working undertaker for youis none other than your “Immediate Employer”You may not call him so but ESI laws do.. You have a little more to do with him than to award job-work alone a little more to do Yes, ready, get set and go… • To cover the employees employed by you through/ the immediate employer also • To get to understand that you cannot disown your indirect employees as well as your direct employees. • To pay contribution (employees’ & employers’ share) in respect of such employees on their wages in the first instance on behalf of your immediate employer To recover, of course, such contribution from the immediate employer in the prescribed manner To call for the Register of Employees (in Form 6) maintainable by such immediate employer, under Reg 32(1)(a) and examine it every month before you settle payment to your immediate employer ESIC- in an effort to bring you and your immediate employer together…

  35. A word to the Immediate Employers Again ESI laws say so.. A job-work giver is very much the Principal Employer You may take job-work from the Principal Employer (an ESI-covered employer) When you do so, you acquire a few liabilities : • To keep and maintain a register in Form 6, showing the name, Insurance no (when registered), wages paid month-wise, employees’ contribution due & employers’ contribution due on wages in respect of your own employees. • To produce this register to the Principal Employer every month when you claim labour charges • To allow the Principal Employer to recover contribution from such charges, if he has already paid contribution in respect of your employees on your behalf. ESIC- in an effort to bind you both, you and the principal employer

  36. An appealto the Principal & Immediate Employers • Before we call you coverable, call yourselves ESI-compliant ! • All that requires is –FORM 01 and a CODE NUMBER • Whether you give or take the so called job-work • ESI Registration is not only a statutory obligation but also a business compulsion today • And even part of the much wanted professionalism in labour law matters

  37. An appealto the Principal & Immediate Employers The 10th or 20themployee in your premises may be a tie for you You may like or dislike him But he is the most important personfor us It is he who brings both of us together Let us honour him

  38. An appealto the Principal & Immediate Employers • Declare your employees! • From the first to the last • From the eleventh to the last • From the twenty first to the last • Because they too work for you • They too require protection Let us not discriminate Let us cut costs, but not at the cost of labour welfare

  39. Have you ever agreed with us? OR rather – Are you aggrieved by us? Conflicts will be there ! But Let us sort them out The way the natural justice demands it We are always open to you- Refer to us, talk to us, write to us Before you get a possibly wrong advice Before you rush to a court

  40. Though - You have a right – • to consult and contend • to approach the EI Court Why notkeep off cheap counselling? Why notavoid unnecessary litigation?

  41. www.esicoimbatore.org more messages more queries.. more updates… more info.. visit our website

  42. Who’s who • Shri Babu Verghese P, Joint Director Petitions / representation  (Shikayat Adalat)  employees/employers Meet him : between 3.00PM and 5.00 PM every Monday Tel  No. 0422 2233861 Fax No. 0422 2231734email: jd@esicoimbatore.org

  43. Who’s who • Shri R. Mohankumar Deputy Director Public Grievances/Complaints (SOS/Registration/Status) Petitions / representation (Shikayat Adalat)  employees/employers Public RelationsWorkshops, Seminars, ESI Events, Projects,Registration/ Banking difficulties Tel  No. . 0422 2236226 Fax No. 0422 2231734email: pro@esicoimbatore.org

  44. Who’s who • Shri R. Gunasekaran Deputy Director Revenue Recovery (SOS) Tel  No. . 0422 2236226 Fax No. 0422 2231734email: recovery@esicoimbatore.org

  45. Who’s who • Shri K.P. Appachan Deputy Director Registration of factory /estt. code no.allotment,Inspections, factories & estt Closures, changes in managements, intimation to ESIC Defaults, dues, status Wages interpret Personal hearings, employers Tel  No. . 0422 2231657 Fax No. 0422 2231734email: mail@esicoimbatore.org

  46. Who’s who • Shri K.Srikrishnan Deputy Director Wages interpret, Closures, changes in Managements, intimation to ESIC Defaults, dues, status Personal hearings (Revenue/employees) Tel  No. . 0422 2236226 Fax No. 0422 2231734email: mail@esicoimbatore.org

  47. Who’s who • Shri G. Kittusami Deputy Director Local Committee Litigation, legal matters Benefits, Cash - approvals/sanctions/relaxations Tel  No. . 0422 2231657 Fax No. 0422 2231734email: mail@esicoimbatore.org

  48. Who’s who • Dr. Dhanalakshmi,Medical Supdt,ESI Hospital, Coimbatore.  Medical treatment, Hospital Tel  No. . 0422 2574391 –398 (8 lines)

  49. Who’s who • Dr. KamalanathanRegional Administrative Medical Officer Medical treatment, dispensary Tel  No. . 0422 2595078

  50. Who’s who • Dr. AnandkumarMedical RefereeDoor No. 384, 2nd Floor, Dr. Nanjappa Road, Coimbatore - 641 018. For referral medical opinions Tel  No. . 0422 2300441

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