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Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
Factories act, 1948
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Factories act, 1948

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factories Act, 1948. made by- bms students of mulund college of commerce.

factories Act, 1948. made by- bms students of mulund college of commerce.

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  • 1. HEALTH AND WELFAREPROVISIONS.
  • 2. GROUP MEMBERS.• VIJAYA DALVI 7116• NEHA GENGAJE 7127• JAGRUTI GODAMBE 7129• VAISHALI KHARE 7144• SHRUTI MISTRY 7158
  • 3. Flow of presentation.• Introduction• Health provisions• Welfare provisions• Conclusion• sources
  • 4. Factories Act, 1948.
  • 5. Health and cleanliness provisions. [11-20]General cleanliness.Ventilation and temperatureDrinking water facilityLatrines and urinalsSpittoons facility
  • 6. General cleanliness.• Clean and hygienic.• Disinfection of floors• Painting of walls• White washing• Treatment of wastages
  • 7. Ventilation and temperature. • Follow up of standards • Insulation techniques • Measures by C.I.F
  • 8. • Dust and fumes• Artificial humidification• Overcrowding• lighting
  • 9. Drinking water facility• At convenient place• Adequate quantity• Properly marked• 6 meters away• Inspection by state government
  • 10. Latrines and urinals• Separate for males and females• Clean and hygienic• Sanitary conditions• Lighting arrangement• Sufficient number
  • 11. spittoons• Sufficient number• Properly marked• Clean and hygienic• Penalty for violence
  • 12. WELFARE PROVISIONS.• Washi ng and si t t i ng f aci l i t y• Fi r st ai d f aci l i t y• C een, r est r oom l unch r oom ant s, s f aci l i t y• C eches f aci l i t y r• W f ar e pr ovi si ons el
  • 13. Washing and sitting facility.• Adequate and suitable.• Separate• At least two workers
  • 14. First aid facility.• At convenient place• Responsible person• Ambulance facility
  • 15. Canteen, rest rooms and lunchroom facility.• Clean and hygienic• Subsidy rates• Management committee• Drinking water
  • 16. Welfare officers.• Number of workers• Report to the C.I.F• recommendations
  • 17. Creches facility.• Number of women workers• Age group of children• Separate women• Additional facilities
  • 18. Conclusion.“ facilities provided to the workers are the efforts to make life worth living for workmen.”
  • 19. sources:WWW.Google. Com.WWW.Sribd. Com .Industrial law text book.
  • 20. Thank you

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