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Copy embed code: Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed. WordPress Embed Customize Embed. Presentation Description No description available. Factories Act, Factories Act, Objectives: Objectives To know the objectives, scope and coverage of the Act To take note of the provisions relating to health, safety and welfare To understand the provisions relating khali pili mp4 working hours, holidays and leave To develop an understanding about the special provisions for women and young persons To appreciate the administrative and enforcement machinery Structure: Structure ….
Womenchildren employed. Indian Factories Act The Factory Commission, recommendations of the Commission an Act was passed inFactory defined as fifty persons or more were employed. Convention of new age of empires 5 s Hours of Work: Act,Provincial Government empowered to establishments using power employing more than ten, reduced hours of work, improve the working condition ; inspection and enforcement of the Act.
A mended several times before new Act of was passed. Act, Factories Act, revised Amended periodically up to Chemical factorieshazardous and toxic chemicals led to safety and health problems, Bhopal InFactories Amendment Act, was passed, a memorial to the victims of Bhopal. Act, Portable electric light in the factoriesS afety officers: It also seeks to provide that employees should work in healthy and sanitary conditions so far as the manufacturing process will allow and that precautions should be taken for their safety and for the prevention of accidents.
Applies to all factories including factories belonging to Central or any State Government unless excluded. Factory S ection 2: Specifically factories act 1948 ppt authorstream Mines Manufacturing Process Sec 2 k: Manufacturing Process Sec 2 k i making, altering, repairing, ornamenting, finishing, packing, oiling, washing, cleaning, breaking up, demolishing, or otherwise treating or adapting any article or substance with a view to its use, sale, transport, delivery or disposal; or ii pumping oil, water, sewage, or any other substance; or iii generating, transforming or transmitting power; or iv composing types for printing, printing by letter press, lithography, or other similar process or book binding; or v constructing, reconstructing, refitting, finishing or breaking up ships or vessels; or vi preserving or storing any article in cold storage.
Sec2 1: Sec2 1 A person employed, directly or through any factories act 1948 ppt authorstream including a contractor with or without knowledge of principal employer, whether for remuneration or not, in any manufacturing process, or in cleaning any part of the machinery or premises used for a manufacturing process or in any other kind of work incidental to, or connected with, the manufacturing process, or the subject of the manufacturing process but does not include any member of the armed forces of the Union Worker: Interpretation i who is employed; ii who is employed either directly or through any agency; iii who is employed in any manufacturing process, or in clearing any part of the machinery or premises used for a manufacturing process or in any other kind of work incidental to, or connected with the manufacturing process or the subject of the manufacturing process.
If the aforesaid conditions are satisfied, then it is immaterial whether a person was employed for remuneration or not. General Duties of the Occupier: Plant maintenance that is safe and without risk to health of workers. Safeguard health and safety with the use, handling, storage and transport of articles and substance.
Provide information, instruction, training and supervision to ensure health and safety of all workers. Monitoring of work environment.
To prepare written statements of policy with respect to the health and safety of workers and to give notice to the workers as per rules. General duties of manufacturers etc. Sec4 But there is no provision to enable two or more factories of the same occupier being declared as a single factory. Can exempt any factory or class from provisions of the Sun and moon 7 skies adobe except section 67 for a specified period in case of public emergency, which means grave emergency for 3 months at a time.
Approval, Licensing and Registration: Occupier to submit full building plans along with specifications The registration, obtaining of licence or renewal of licence, is to be done by the occupier in accordance with the rule by paying the prescribed fees. Approval, Licensing and Registration…: Approval, Licensing and Registration… The permission be given within 3 months or presumed. If refused, appeal to the State or Central Government No license or renewal of license shall be granted unless the occupier gives at least 15 days notice in writing to the Chief Inspector of factories before he proposes to occupy or use any premises as factory.
Such notice shall state following particulars of factory, i the name and situation of the factory; ii the name and address of the occupier; iii the name and address of the owner of the premises or building Approval, Licensing and Registration….: Approval, Licensing and Registration….
Approval, Licensing and Registration….: The occupier to give notice to the Chief Inspector with above particulars for already existing factories within 30 days [Sec7 2 ]. For factories engaged in manufacturing process for less than working days a year resumes working, the occupier to send full particulars within 30 days of such resumption of work [Sec 7 3 ].
To intimate change in appointment of manager within 7 days [Sect7 4 ]. During the time no manager functions in the factory, the occupier is deemed as manager. Non compliance: Six types. In addition to the powers of a Chief Inspector all above can exercise the powers of an Inspector throughout the State.
No person to become directly or indirectly interested in a factory Every factories act 1948 ppt authorstream Magistrate shall be an Inspector for his district. State Government to appoint-public officers as additional Inspectors Inspectors….: Duties of the Inspectors: Duties of the Inspectors The Inspectors are required: HEALTH i Cleanliness Dust, fumes and refuse be removed daily; floors, stair-cases and passages be cleaned regularly by sweeping; washing of interior walls and roofs at least once in 14 months ; washable water paint, repainted factories act 1948 ppt authorstream three years and for oil paint at least once in five years.
All doors and window frames and other wooden or metallic framework and shutters be kept painted or varnished at least once in five years. Sec11 ii Disposal of Wastes and Effluents Owner to make effective arrangements for the treatment of wastes and effluents to render them innocuous and for their disposal. If any exhaust appliance is necessary for the above purposes, it shall be applied as near as possible to the point of origin of the dust, fume or other impurity and such point shall be enclosed as far as possible.
Sec14 1 v Artificial Humidification Section 15 1 lays down that in respect off all factories in which factories act 1948 ppt authorstream humidity of the air is artificially increased the State Government may make rules- prescribing standard of humidification; regulating the methods used for artificially increasing the humidity of factories act 1948 ppt authorstream air; directing prescribed tests for determining the humidity of the air to be correctly carried out and recorded; prescribing methods to be adopted for securing adequate ventilation and cooling of the air in the workroom.
Each worker to have minimum 9. No account shall however be taken of any space which is more than 4. Sec18 ix Conservancy Arrangements provided and' maintained, separate arrangement for toilets for male and female using stata for principles of econometrics pdf at convenient places; adequately lighted, ventilated and maintained in a clean sanitary condition.
Sec19 x Spittoons Sufficient spittoons in convenient places in a clean and hygienic condition. SAFETY i Fencing of Machinery sec21 1 The following must be securely fenced by safe guards of substantial construction while the machinery are in motion or use: Work on or Near Machinery in Motion: Work on or Near Machinery in Motion Examine machinery and to carry out: Sec22 1 lubrication or other adjusting operation; or any mounting or shipping of belts or lubrication.
By specially trained Adult male worker wearing tight-fitting clothing a such worker shall not handle a belt at a moving pulley unless: Sec23 Other safety provisions: Other safety provisions iv Striking Gear and Devices for Cutting off Power v Self-acting Machines Section 25 vi Casing of New Machinery Section 26 punishable with imprisonment for a factories act 1948 ppt authorstream which may-extend to three months or with fine which may extend to Rs or with both.
Other safety provisions… xi Pits, Sump and Opening in Floors xii Precautions Against Dangerous Fumes, and Gases entry in any chamber, tank, vat, pit, pipe, flue, or other confined space in any factory in which any gas, fume, vapor or dust is likely to be present, until all practicable measures have been xiii Precaution Against Using Portable Electric Light Prohibits on use of portable electric light or any other electric appliance of voltage exceeding 24 volts xiv Explosive or Inflammable Materials These measures include: Other safety provisions…: Other safety provisions… Precaution in Case of Fire xvi Safety of Building and Machinery xvii Maintenance of Buildings xviii Safety Officers In order to prevent accidents, the Act provides for the appointment of Safety Officers in factories employing 1, or more workers or where any manufacturing process or operation is carried on, which process factories act 1948 ppt authorstream operation involves any risk of bodily injury, poisoning or disease, or any other hazard to health, to the persons employed in the factory.
Section B. Site Appraisal Committee shall examine application for establishment factory owned or controlled by the Central Government: State Government co-opt in Site Appraisal Committee a central govt representative The State Appraisal committee shall have power to call for any information involving a hazardous process.
Where the State Government has granted approval involving a hazardous process, further approval from the Central Board not necessaryvention and Pollution Act, Compulsory disclosure of information by the occupier: Compulsory disclosure of information by the occupier 1 The occupier to disclose dangers, health hazards and the measures to overcome them arising from the exposure to or handling of the materials or substances in the manufacture, transportation, storage and other processes to: While registering the factory involving a hazardous process, the occupier shall lay down a detailed policy with respect to the health and safety of the workers-and factories act 1948 ppt authorstream such policy to the Chief Inspector Such information, shall include accurate quantity, specifications and other characteristics of wastes and manner of their disposal Sub-section 3.
PowerPoint Presentation: Every occupier to draw up an on site emergency plan and detailed disaster control measures for his factory and make known to the workers employed therein and to the general, 4 public living in the vicinity of the factory the safety measures required to be taken the event factories act 1948 ppt authorstream an accident taking place.
Powers of Central Government to appoint Inquiry Committee: The Central government may,in a factory engaged in hazardous process, appoint an Inquiry Committee to inquire into the standards of health and safety to finding out the causes of any failure factories act 1948 ppt authorstream neglect in the adoption of any measures or standards prescribed affecting general public 2.
The Committee appointed under sub-section 1 shall consist of a Chairman and factories act 1948 ppt authorstream other members and the terms reference of the Committee and the tenure of office of its members shall be such as may be determined by the Central Government according to the requirements of the situation. The recommendation of the Committee shall be advisory in factories act 1948 ppt authorstream.
Emergency Standards:: Emergency Standards: Where the Central Government is satisfied that no standards of safety have been prescribed in respect of a hazardous process or inadequate, it may direct the Director-General of Factory Advice Service and Labor Institutes or any institution specialized in matters relating to standards of safety in hazardous processes, to lay down emergency standards for enforcement of suitable standards in respect of such hazardous processes.
The emergency standards laid down under sub-section 1 shall be enforceable Worker's participation is safety management:: Worker's participation is safety management: The occupier shall, in every factory, where a hazardous process takes place, or where hazardous substance are used or handled, set up a Safety Committee consisting of equal number or representative of workers and management to promote co-operation between the workers and management in maintaining proper safety and health at work and to review periodically the measure taken in that behalf: State Government may,exempt the occupier of any factory or class of factories from setting up such Committee.
The composition of the Safety Committee, the tenure or office of its members and their rights and duties shall be such as may be prescribed. Welfare of Workers: Welfare of Workers i Washing and Sitting Facilities In every factory adequate and suitable separate facilities for factories act 1948 ppt authorstream conveniently situated should be provided and maintained for the use of both male and female workers.
The above facilities provided for the use of female workers, should be adequately screened in order to provide privacy to female workers. The State Government is also empowered to prescribe in respect of any factory 'the standards and suitable facilities for washing by framing rules Section 42 ii The Facilities of First Aid Appliances and Ambulance Room The occupier of factory is required to provide the facility of first aid boxes to be made use of factories act 1948 ppt authorstream the workers in an emergency The first aid boxes or cupboards should be readily accessible and equipped with prescribed contents.