Producers Guild of India on 14 November at its ‘Extraordinary Normal Assembly’ in Mumbai handed a decision amending its by legal guidelines. Based on the decision, it’s necessary for all members who fall beneath the purview of The Sexual Harassment of Girls at Office (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013 (PoSH) to implement the requisite legal guidelines together with structure of Inside Complaints Committee (ICC).
They may also accordingly submit a declaration to the guild confirming enforceability of crucial PoSH pointers inside their organisation.
Previous to the EGM, the guild additionally carried out a workshop via a specialised exterior company which made a complete presentation highlighting numerous sides and provisions required to be statutorily executed beneath the PoSH Act 2013. The target of the EGM together with the workshop was not solely to teach members on the authorized provisions of the PoSH Act 2013 but in addition sensitize them concerning the rising want and urgency to institute and implement sturdy processes at their workplaces.
Siddharth Roy Kapur, president of the guild stated, “It’s extremely heartening to see the unanimous help that our members have prolonged in the direction of the initiatives taken by the Guild to assist make workplaces in our trade secure areas for girls. We’re dedicated to working carefully with our members to make sure full compliance with PoSH pointers throughout the trade.”
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