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    • The Contract Labour (regulation And Abolition) Act, 1970
      By:
      Arunima Sharma
      ArpitaGhosh
      BushraZaheer Khan
      Md. Arif
    • AGENDA
      Object
      Applicability
      History
      Terminology
      Registration & Licensing
      Important sections
      Latest amendments
      Linkage with other acts
      Case studies
      Conclusion (Pros & cons)
    • INTRODUCTION
      Objective: An Act to regulate the employment of contract labour in certain establishments and to provide for its abolition in certain circumstances and for matters connected therewith.
      Applicability :
      20 or more workmen employed on any day in the preceding 12months
      Employer
      Contractor
    • HISTORY
      1956- Service conditions of labourers, a topic of concern
      1960- Vaccum Refining Co. case
      1961- Indian labour conference
      1962-Recommendation to the bill
      1967- Bill moved to lokSabha
      1968- Reference to Joint committee
      1970- Bill passed
      1971- Enforcement of Act
    • Terminology
      Establishment
      Contractor
      Employer
      Intermittent
      Revocation
      Appropriate government
    • Registration (Sec 7) & Licensing (Sec 12)
      Registration
      License
       This is taken by Contractor
       This is taken by the Principal Employer.
       This is valid for only one year / should renewed before due date.
       This is not renewable on year to year basis
       Certificate of Reg.. Need not be displayed at the establishment by P.E.
       License shall be displayed prominently at the premises where the contract work is being carried on.
    • Registration (Sec 7) & Licensing (Sec 12)
      Registration
      License
       Issued on Payment of fees.
       Issued on Payment of Fee & Security money
       Bank Draft + Certt. Of P.E. Is required (Form V)
       For only Bank Draft Required.
       There is full Annx. Containing conditions for fulfillment by contractor.
       No Conditions are attached as a part certt.
    • Liabilities of the Principal Employer(Sec. 20)
      To pay wages incase thecontractor fails to do so
      To nominate a representative to be present at the time of disbursement of wages by the contractor
      To provide welfare and health facilities
      Right to recover the expenses involved from the Contractor through bills payable.
    • Maintain a register and records in form XII giving particulars like
      No of Contractors and contract labour employed.
      Nature of work.
      Rate of wages.
      Display Notice at a conspicuous place in English and Local Language containing information like
      Rate of wages.
      Hour of work.
      Wage period.
      Date of payment of wages.
      Name and address of the Inspectors.
      Submission of yearly return to Licensing Officer in Form XXV.
    • Liabilities of the Contractor
      Maintain a register in form XIII containing information like
      Muster Roll
      Wages
      Deductions.
      Over time
      Fines
      Advance
      Wage slips
      Issue an employment card in form XIV to each worker and to issue a service certificate on termination of employment in form XV
      Submission of half yearly return to Licensing Officer in Form XXIV.
    • Important Sections
      • (Sec. 10) Prohibition of employment of contract labour.
      • (Sec. 9) Effect of non-registration.
      • (Sec. 14) Revocation, suspension and amendment of
      licences.
      • (Sec. 16) Canteens.
      • (Sec. 17) Rest-rooms.
      • (Sec. 30) Effect of laws and agreements inconsistent
      with this Act. Sec 20
      • (Sec. 21) Responsibility for payment of wages.
      • (Sec. 22) Obstructions.
      • (Sec. 23) Contravention of provisions regarding
      employment of contract labour.
    • Latest Amendments!!
      The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) (Amendment) Act, 1986.
      The Delegated Legislation Provisions (Amendment) Act, 2004.
    • Acts applicable to Contract Labour ( Linkage with other acts)
      Factories Act 1948.
      Employee’s Provident Funds &Miscellaneous Provision Act 1952.
      The Employees State Insurance Act 1948.
      The Payment of Wages Act 1936.
      The Minimum Wages Act 1948.
      The Industrial Disputes Act 1947.
      The Workman’s Compensation Act 1923.
    • Case Studies
      R.K. Panda v. Steel Authority of India
      Air India Statutory Corp. v. United Labour Union.
      Steel Authority of India Ltd. v. National Union Water Front Workers
    • Conclusion!!!
    • Questions??
    • “Thankyou”