A Human Resources professional helps in all aspects of human resources management. With such a hectic schedule, one is unable to refresh and update knowledge. Hence IITD brings to you a 1 day Practical HR Workshop for professionals.
Among all employees, it is perhaps the human resources professionals who act as the central glue to the whole organization. Human resources professionals take numerous responsibilities, and keep all human resources wheels in motion.
Your actual tasks as human resources professional may even be more extensive than this, as human resources professionals help out in virtually every aspect of human resources work. With the objective of making the corporate Managers/ Executives aware about the importance of such laws and their broad provisions, this programme has been organised.
Factories Act 1948:
• Important definitions.
• Provisions relating to Health
• Provisions relating to Safety.
• Provisions relating to welfare.
• Safety Committees.
• Health and Safety Policy.
• Site Appraisal Committee.
• Approval of Plans
• Certificate of Stability.
• Provisions relating to license.
• Medical examination of workers
• Register of specially trained workers
• Provisions relating to Hoists and Lifts.
• Provisions relating to Lifting machines, chains, ropes and lifting tackles.
• Excessive weights
• Minimum dimension of manholes.
• Fire protection
• Occupational Health Centre
• Ambulance rooms.
• Display of notices.
Various forms and Registers to be maintained under the Factories Act
Form 26: Abstract of Factories Act, 1948 and the Maharashtra factories Rules 1963.
Form 27: Annual Return (to be submitted before 1st February.
Form 29: Muster roll
Form 30: Register of Accidents and Dangerous Occurrences.
• Compliances under the Employment exchange (Compulsory Notification of vacancies) Rules, 1960
• Compliances under the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act. 1970.
• Compliances under The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal)
• Compliances under the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965.
• Compliances under the Employees’ Compensation Act, 1923.
• Compliances under Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972.
• The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961
• Compliances under the Payment of Wages Act, 1936.
• Compliances under the Employees’ Provident and Misc. Provisions Act, 1952
• Compliances under the Employees’ State Insurance Act, 1948.
• Compliances under the Maharashtra shops and Establishment Act.
• Compliances under the Maharashtra Labour Welfare Fund Act, 1953.
Benefits for Participants:
• Understand and apply a practical approach to statutory compliance
• Learn from real-life examples
• Be introduced to the latest updates
• Discuss and share the knowledge and experience with Human Resource professionals and the facilitators
• Refresh and update knowledge
Who Should Attend?
• Human Resource Managers
• Administration Professionals
• Career Development Managers
• General Managers
• Head-hunters Management Professionals
• Personnel Admin. Managers
• Recruitment Managers
• Training Managers
IITD Sr. Expert Faculty:
Prof Noronha, B.A. (Honors), LLM, MPM, DLL&LW with over 35 years practical Experience in the industry senior Positions. His last assignment was with KSB Pumps Ltd. Where he worked as Dy. General Manager at the Corporate Level. Mr. Noronha is a practicing Advocate and a visiting Professor too many Management Institutes and Law Colleges in Pune. He is also a Consultant on Legal matters for many Multinational German Companies in Pune.
Presented a number of papers at various Seminars / Workshop at Pune, Solapur & Bombay. Won the National Runner-up Award for Presentation on Industrial Relations at the National Convention held by the Andra Pradesh Productivity Council. Conducted training programmes for managers, middle level managers and supervisors for a number of companies such as Sandvik Asia Ltd., JBM Tools, KSB Pumps, and many other medium size companies on various management subjects such as appraisals, communication, industrial relations, labour laws which managers should know, role of supervisors in the changing economic scenario etc.
Medium: English/ Hindi/ Marathi.
Fees and Registration:
Investment: Rs. 3,600/- + GST 18% per person.
Incentive: Rs. 3,400/- + GST 18% per person for a group of Three or more Members from the same Organization.
Fees include participation, course material (Hard copies), Breakfast, Lunch and tea / coffee.
Kindly provide below details for registration to Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
• Name of the workshop:
• Name of the participants with Email ID & Mo. Number:
• Company Name and address:
• GSTN Number:
Please reply on E Mail – firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Venue may change depending upon no. of nominations
Pre-payment and pre-registration is required
Participation fee is non-refundable/ non-adjustable against any other programmeof IITD, but change in nomination(s) is accepted
Invoicing for all nomination(s) confirmed by sponsoring companies will be done compulsorily. Participation fees are non-refundable/ non-adjustable against any other programme of IITD, but change in nomination(s) is accepted.
If by some reason the program gets postponed from our side, we will refund your entire payment.
The participation fee can be paid by way of DD/Cheque drawn in favour of “Indian Institute of Training & Development” payable at Pune or through NEFT.