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ILO & INDIA (PPT)

  1. 1. FUNDAMENTAL CONVENTIONS
  2. 2. C029 - FORCED LABOUR CONVENTION, 1930 (NO. 29)
  3. 3. C029 - Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29)  Forced labour Convention is one of the Core- Conventions of ILO.  Indian Constitution (Artile23- Prohibition on Traffic in human beings & forced labour.)
  4. 4. C105 - Abolition of Forced Labour Convention, 1957 (No. 105)  Each Member of the International Labour Organisation which ratifies this Convention undertakes to take effective measures to secure the immediate and complete abolition of forced or compulsory labour.
  5. 5. C105 - Abolition of Forced Labour Convention, 1957 (No. 105)  THE BONDED LABOUR SYSTEM (ABOLITION) ACT, 1976  CHAPTER II ABOLITION OF BONDED LABOUR SYSTEM  Sec. 4. Abolition of bonded labour system.  Sec.5. Agreement, custom, etc., to be void.  Sec.18. Punishment for extracting bonded labour under the bonded labour system.  Sec.20. Abetment to be an offence  Sec.21. Offences to be tried by Executive Magistrates.
  6. 6. C100 - EQUAL REMUNERATION CONVENTION
  7. 7. C100 - Equal Remuneration Convention  Definition of remuneration in Convention  EQUAL REMUNERATION ACT, 1976  CHAPTER – I PRELIMINARY 2. Definitions (g) “remuneration” the basic wage or salary, and any additional emoluments whatsoever payable, either in cash or in kind, to a person employed in respect of employment or work done in such employment, if the terms of the contract of employment, express or implied, were fulfilled;
  8. 8. C100 - Equal Remuneration Convention  1. Each Member shall, by means appropriate to the methods in operation for determining rates of remuneration, promote and, in so far as is consistent with such methods, ensure the application to all workers of the principle of equal remuneration for men and women workers for work of equal value.  2. This principle may be applied by means of— (a) national laws or regulations; (b) legally established or recognised machinery for wage determination; (c) collective agreements between employers and workers; or (d) a combination of these various means.
  9. 9. INDIAN CONSTITTUTION  Directive Principles of State Policy Article 39 (d) the state shall direct its policy towards securing that there is equal pay for equal work for both men & women.
  10. 10. EQUAL REMUNERATION ACT, 1976  CHAPTER – II PAYMENT OF REMUNERATION AT EQUAL RATES TO MEN AND WOMEN WORKERS AND OTHER MATTERS  Sec.4. Duty of employer to pay equal remuneration to men and women workers for same work or work of a similar nature.  Sec.6. Advisory Committee  Sec.7. Power of appropriate Government to appoint authorities(not below the rank of a Labour Officer) for hearing and deciding claims and complaints.
  11. 11. C111 - DISCRIMINATION (EMPLOYMENT AND OCCUPATION) CONVENTION
  12. 12. C111 - Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention 1. EQUAL REMUNERATION ACT, 1976  Sec. 5. No discrimination to be made while recruiting men and women workers.  Sec.6. Advisory Committee.  Sec.7. Power of appropriate Government to appoint authorities for hearing and deciding claims and complaints.
  13. 13. C111 - Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention 1. Indin Constitution  Article 15: Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.  Article 16: Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment.
  14. 14. TECHNICAL CONVENTIONS
  15. 15.  Factory act 1948, (sec. 8 & 9)  Mines act 1952,(sec. 8 &9)  Plantation act 1951, (sec. 8 & 9)  8. Inspectors  9. Powers of Inspectors  Beedi act (sec. 6 & 7)  Migrants worker 1979(sec. 20)  20. Inspectors  MATERNITY BENEFIT ACT, 1961(14 & 15)  14. Appointment of Inspectors  15. Powers and duties of Inspectors  THE CHILD LABOUR (PROHIBITION AND REGULATION) ACT, 1986 (sec. 7)  17. Appointment of Inspectors.-- Convention apply in law
  16. 16.  THE BUILDINGS AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION WORKERS (REGULATION OF EMPLOYMENT AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE) ACT, 1996  42. Appointment of Director-General, Chief Inspector and Inspectors.  43. Power of Inspectors.  DOCK WORKERS (SAFETY, HEALTH AND WELFARE) RULES, 1990  3. Inspection procedure.-  4. Notice to employer.-  5. Compliance of previous inspection reports.-  EQUAL REMUNERATION ACT, 1976  9. Inspectors.  THE CHILD LABOUR (PROHIBITION AND REGUALTION) ACT, 1986  9. Notice to Inspector  EMPLOYEES’ STATE INSURANCE ACT, 1948  45. Inspectors, their functions and duties
  17. 17. C122 - Employment Policy Convention, 1964 (No. 122)  Applied through Employment Exchange Act,1976 Sec.4 Notification of vacancies to employment exchanges.
  18. 18. C144 - Tripartite Consultation (International Labour Standards) Convention, 1976 (No. 144)  The Indian Labour Conference (ILC);  The Standing Labour Committee (SLC);  The Committee on Conventions;  The Industrial Committee;
  19. 19. C001 - Hours of Work (Industry) Convention, 1919 (No. 1)
  20. 20. Convention apply in law  THE BUILDINGS AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION WORKERS 1996  CHAPTER VI HOURS OF WORK, WELFARE MEASURES AND OTHER CONDITIONS OF SERVICE OF BUILDING WORKERS  28. Fixing hours for normal working day, etc  29. Wages for overtime work  30. Maintenance of registers and records  31. Prohibition of employment of certain persons in certain buildings or other construction work.
  21. 21. Factory act 1948 CHAPTER VI- WORKING HOURS OF ADULTS  51. Weekly hours  52. Weekly holidays  53. Compensatory holidays  54. Daily hours  55. Intervals for rest  56. Spreadover  57. Night shifts.  58. Prohibition of overlapping shifts  59. Extra wages for overtime  60. Restriction on double employment  61. Notice of periods of work for adults
  22. 22. THE BEEDI AND CIGAR WORKERS (CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT) ACT, 1966  19 Interval for rest  20 Spread over  21 Weekly holidays  22 Notice of periods of work  25. No woman or young person shall be required or allowed to work in any industrial premises Plantation act 1951 (same as THE BEEDI AND CIGAR WORKERS (CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT) ACT, 1966)
  23. 23. The Mines Act, 1952  CHAPTER – VI HOURS AND LIMITATION OF EMPLOYMENT  28. Weekly day of rest :-  29. Compensatory days of rest  Sec.30  31. Hours of work below grounds  32. Night shifts  34. Prohibition of employment of certain persons  35. Limitation of daily hours of work including over-time work  36. Notices regarding hours of work
  24. 24. The Plantation Labor Act, 1951  CHAPTER – V HOURS AND LIMITATION OF EMPLOYMENT  19. Weekly hours  20. Weekly Holidays  21.Daily intervals for rest  22.Spreadovers  23.Notice of period of work
  25. 25. C005 - MINIMUM AGE (INDUSTRY) CONVENTION, 1919 (NO. 5)
  26. 26. C005 - Minimum Age (Industry) Convention, 1919 (No. 5)  Factory act,1948  67. Prohibition of employment of young children.  70.Effect of certificate of fitness granted to adolescent.  Mines Act, 1952  40. Employment of persons below eighteen years of age  45. Prohibition of the presence of persons below eighteen years of age in a mine
  27. 27. C005 - Minimum Age (Industry) Convention, 1919 (No. 5)  The Child Labour Act,1948  3. Prohibition of employment of children in certain occupations and processes  The Plantation Labour Act, 1951  24.Prohibition of employment of young children
  28. 28. C006 - NIGHT WORK OF YOUNG PERSONS (INDUSTRY) CONVENTION, 1919 (NO. 6)
  29. 29. C006 - Night Work of Young Persons (Industry) Convention, 1919 (No. 6)  Factory act,1948  57. Night shifts.  The Mines Act, 1952  32.Night shifts: Where a person employed in a mine works on a shift which extends beyond midnight  Child Labour  25.Night work for Women & Children
  30. 30. C011 - Right of Association (Agriculture) Convention, 1921 (No. 11)  Trade union act,1926
  31. 31. C014, Weekly rest (Industry) Convention, 1921  THE FACTORIES ACT, 1948  52. Weekly holidays.  The Mines Act, 1952  52. Weekly holidays.  The Child Labour (Prohibition And Regualtion) Act, 1986 And Rules  8. Weekly holidays
  32. 32. C014, Weekly rest (Industry) Convention, 1921  Plantation Labour Act, 1951  20.Weekly holidays  THE BEEDI AND CIGAR WORKERS (CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT) ACT, 1966  21. Weekly holidays
  33. 33.  The Indian merchant shipping act,1923 was amended in 1931.  Medical examination of young person(sec.111)
  34. 34. (2)Workmen’s compensation (Occupational Diseases),1925(No.18) Workman’s compensation act 1923 Employers Liability for compensation(sec 3)
  35. 35. (3)Equality of treatment Accident compensation convention,1925(No.19)
  36. 36. (4)Seaman’s articles of agreement conventions,1926(No.22)
  37. 37. (5)Minimum wage fixing machinery conventions,1928(No.26) Minimum wages act,1948.  Minimum wage fixing machinery(sec.3)  Central advisory board(sec.8)
  38. 38. Presented By: Mr. Prakash Valand ILO CONVENTION
  39. 39. C027.Marking of Weight(Packages Transported by Vessels)Convention,1929  The Marking Of Heavy Packages Act, 1951  Sec. 3 Obligation to mark weight on heavy packages.
  40. 40. C32.Protection Against Accidents(Dockers)Convention (Revised),1932  DOCK WORKERS (SAFETY, HEALTH AND WELFARE) RULES, 1990  Sec. 2: definition (b)  Sec. 2: (d) Competent Person  Sec.24. Access between shore and ship.(1)  Sec. 32: Working spaces (1)(b)  Sec. 44: Securing of derrick foot  Sec. 101: First-aid boxes
  41. 41. C042.Workmen’s Compensation(Occupational Diseases)Convention(Revised),1934  THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT, 2000 List Of Diseases Shedule  Poisoning by lead iii part a  Poisoning by mercury iii part b  Silicosis iii part c  Arsenic poisoning iii part b  Poisoning by benzene iii part b
  42. 42.  Poisoning by the halogen iii part b  Pathological manifestations due to a) radium and other radioactive substances; b) X-rays. ii  Primary epitheliomatous cancer of the skin iii part b
  43. 43. C045.Underground Work(Women)Convention,1935  Sec. 2:Definition  Sec. 46 employment of women
  44. 44. Convention no.88 The employment service convention 1948  The employment exchange act 1959  Section 4:- Notification of vacancies to employment exchange
  45. 45. Convention no.89 Night work of women (Revised) 1948  FACTORIES ACT 1948  As per section 66 (b) Women not allowed to work in any factory except between 6 am and 7 pm  Ensure rest period of 11 consecutive hours  MINES ACT 1952  As per section 46 Women not allowed to work in any factory except between 6 am and 7 pm  Ensure rest period of 11 consecutive hours
  46. 46. Convention no.90 Night work of young person (Revised)  FACTORIES ACT 1948  As per section 71 (1) Child not allowed to work in a factory more than four and half hour and in night  Ensure rest period of 12 consecutive hours  Maintain register showing name and date of birth of all young person  MINES ACT 1952  As per section 40 No person allow to work in mines below 18 years of age
  47. 47. Convention no.107 Indigenous and tribal population  Principles and standars for protection of Indigenous and tribal population  As per article-15 :- special measures for employment of such people  As per article-17:- vocational training programme for such people  Encouragement to rural and handicraft industries to raise standard of living of such people
  48. 48. C108 - Seafarers' Identity Documents Convention, 1958 (No. 108) Merchant Seafarers Act S .25. Required documents for seafarers.
  49. 49. C115 - RADIATION PROTECTION CONVENTION, 1960 (NO. 115)  ESI Act 1948  SCHEDULE III: LIST OF OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES  PART B  7. Diseases caused by radioactive substances and ionising radiations.
  50. 50. C118 - EQUALITY OF TREATMENT (SOCIAL SECURITY) CONVENTION, 1962 (NO. 118)  (a) medical care; ESI act 1948  (b) sickness benefit; ESI act 1948  (c) maternity benefit; Maternity Benefit Act 1961  (e) old-age benefit; PF & Pension Act  (g)employment injury benefit; Employee Compensation act 1923
  51. 51.  Mines act 1952  Section 40 : Employment of persons below eighteen years of age C123 - Minimum Age (Underground Work) Convention, 1965 (No. 123)
  52. 52. C127 - MAXIMUM WEIGHT CONVENTION, 1967 (NO. 127)  Factory Act 1948  Section 34. Excessive weights
  53. 53. C136 - BENZENE CONVENTION, 1971 (NO. 136)  Factory Act 1948  41E. Emergency standards. Schedule 1 And  89. Notice of certain diseases Schedule 2
  54. 54. C147 - Merchant Shipping (Minimum Standards) Convention, 1976 (No. 147) The Merchant Shipping Act, 1958
  55. 55. C174 - PREVENTION OF MAJOR INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS CONVENTION, 1993 (NO. 174) TheWorkmenCompensationAct1923 * Schedule 1 Description of injury
  56. 56.  Collection of Statistics Act, 1953 C160 - Labour Statistics Convention, 1985
  57. 57. Sources
  58. 58. Sources Content Source History www.dgms.net (Directorate General of Mines Safety ) Photos www.google.com Case Studies http://indiankanoon.org/doc/1683954/

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