Factory Compliance Service

Factory Compliance Service

In the world of manufacturing, adhering to factory compliance standards is not just a legal requirement but also crucial for maintaining quality, safety, and ethical practices. Factory compliance ensures that businesses operate within the guidelines set forth by regulatory authorities to protect workers, consumers, and the environment. Before setting up a factory, it's essential to understand the legal obligations and compliance complexities involved.

The key elements of Factory Compliance

  • Regulatory Compliance: Businesses must stay updated with local, national, and international regulations that apply to the respective industries. Compliance regulations can vary depending on the nature of products manufactured, the location of the factory, and other factors.

  • Quality Management Systems: Implementing robust quality management systems helps maintain consistency in product quality. An effective QMS involves rigorous testing, inspections, and adherence to quality control protocols, driven by compliance regulations.

  • Workplace Health and Safety: Prioritising worker safety through regular risk assessments, safety training, and the safety protocol implementation ensures a secure working environment.

  • Ethical Labour Practices: Factory compliance includes fair treatment of workers, adherence to labour laws, and no exploitation of child labour.

At Comply Well Tech Solutions Ltd. (CWTSPL), we take pride in being the domain expert in providing Factory Compliance Services in India. We aim to assist Occupiers, Contractors, and Subcontractors in complying with their duties and responsibilities, ensuring a seamless and hassle-free experience. We offer a range of services to help ensure your factory complies with all legal and regulatory requirements, including:

  • Factory Compliance Management Services
  • Statutory Compliance Services
  • Compliance Audit Services
Our Scope
Our Scope

Our Scope

  • Automated registrations / licensing under the Factories Act, 1948.
  • Automated validation of the payment of minimum wages to factory labours by employers.
  • Automated checking of timely payment of minimum wages, bonuses, leave wages, etc.
  • Automated preparation of registers, forms, and notices under various legislation.
  • Automated renewal reminders or amendment of existing licenses.
  • Ensuring accident-related statutes of factory labours and notifying priority notices.
  • Preparation of display information across locations
  • Statutory remittances of PF, ESI, and LWF contributions for factory and contract labours.
  • Ensuring Accident-related statutes of factory labours.
  • Ensuring F & F settlement of factory labours.
  • Ensuring that all applicable returns are filed at federal and state levels.
  • Inspection ready with all reports and data for scrutiny

Implementing these automation would require a comprehensive software solution that integrates data collection, validation, reporting, and communication with relevant authorities. Engaging IT professionals and legal experts familiar with labour laws is essential to ensure the system's compliance and effectiveness. Regular updates and maintenance would also be necessary to adapt to changing regulations and requirements.

Points to Ponder

Points to Ponder

  • Procure a Registration Certificate
  • Procure a licence, if applicable.
  • Prepare and keep registers, records, and returns (by worker and location).
  • Monitor minimum wages payment
  • EPF and ESI remittance done through principal employer's code/contractor’s code
  • Facilitate factory workers on the benefits under EPF, ESI, LWF & WC
  • Extend accident filing support.
  • Extend return filing support as deemed appropriate.

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