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LABOUR LAW: IIAUTHORITIES UNDER THEFACTORIES ACT, 1948
POWERS OF STATEGOVERNMENT• Make rules for reference to time of day• Where IST being 5 ½ hour ahead of GMT notobserved• Rul...
• Power to declare differentdepartments/branches as separatefactories• or; 2 or more factories as single factory• On own m...
• Power to exempt during public emergency• By notification in official gazette• Exempt any class/factory/description offac...
MAY MAKE RULES ONFOLLOWING MATTERS• Submission of plans of any class/description offactories to C.I. or S.G.• Previous per...
ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES• SECTION: 8 (1) :- INSPECTORS S.G. may appoint By notification in official gazette Prescribed q...
• SECTION: 8 (2A) :- ADDITIONAL & JOINTCHIEF INSPECTOR S.G. may appoint as many such inspectors To assist chief inspecto...
• SECTION: 8 (6) :- DECLARATION OFPOWERS OF INSPECTORES In area with more than one inspector S.G. declare powers of insp...
POWERS OF INSPECTOR• Enter with assistants• Examine premises of plants & machinery article• Inquire into accidents• Requir...
CERTIFYING SURGEON:SECTION: 10• S.G. may appoint• Qualified medical practitioner• Specified local limits
SECTION: 10 (2)• Certifying surgeon with the approval of S.G.may appoint qualified medical practitioner• He shall exercise...
DUTIES• Examination/certification of young persons• Examination of persons engaged in dangerousoccupation• Exercise medica...
CONCLUSION• ACT for benefit of Labour class• Authorities important to execute it• Provisions for authorities most importan...
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  1. 1. LABOUR LAW: IIAUTHORITIES UNDER THEFACTORIES ACT, 1948
  2. 2. POWERS OF STATEGOVERNMENT• Make rules for reference to time of day• Where IST being 5 ½ hour ahead of GMT notobserved• Rules specifying area• Rules defining local meantime ordinarilyobserved there• Permitting such time to be observed in all orany of the factories situated in the area
  3. 3. • Power to declare differentdepartments/branches as separatefactories• or; 2 or more factories as single factory• On own motion (opportunity of being heard tooccupier)• or application on behalf of occupier• For all or any of the purpose of act
  4. 4. • Power to exempt during public emergency• By notification in official gazette• Exempt any class/factory/description offactories• Exempt from all or any of the provisions• Except section 67• For not more than 3 moths
  5. 5. MAY MAKE RULES ONFOLLOWING MATTERS• Submission of plans of any class/description offactories to C.I. or S.G.• Previous permission in writing of S.G. or C.I.required for the site on which factory to besituated/extended• For considering application for suchpermissions• Prescribing nature of such plans• Registration & licensing of factories• Prescribing the fees payable
  6. 6. ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES• SECTION: 8 (1) :- INSPECTORS S.G. may appoint By notification in official gazette Prescribed qualifications Assign local limits• SECTION: 8 (2) :- CHIEF INSPECTOR S.G. may appoint Powers of inspector also
  7. 7. • SECTION: 8 (2A) :- ADDITIONAL & JOINTCHIEF INSPECTOR S.G. may appoint as many such inspectors To assist chief inspector• SECTION: 8 (3) :- DISQUALIFICATIONS Becomes directly/indirectly interested• SECTION: 8 (4) :- DISTRICT MAGISTRATE Every district magistrate shall be an inspectorfor his district• SECTION: 8 (5) :- PUBLIC OFFICER ASADDITIONAL INSPECTOR S.G. may appoint for the purpose of act
  8. 8. • SECTION: 8 (6) :- DECLARATION OFPOWERS OF INSPECTORES In area with more than one inspector S.G. declare powers of inspectors• SECTION: 8 (7) :- IPC SEC. 21 Inspector deemed public servant
  9. 9. POWERS OF INSPECTOR• Enter with assistants• Examine premises of plants & machinery article• Inquire into accidents• Require production of documents• Take copies of any register/documents• Direct occupier to leave part of premisesundisturbed till examination• Take photographs etc.• Direct article to be dismantled as dangerous• Other powers as may be prescribed
  10. 10. CERTIFYING SURGEON:SECTION: 10• S.G. may appoint• Qualified medical practitioner• Specified local limits
  11. 11. SECTION: 10 (2)• Certifying surgeon with the approval of S.G.may appoint qualified medical practitioner• He shall exercise any of its powers DISQUALIFICATIONS• Becomes occupier• Becomes directly/indirectly interested inbusiness.
  12. 12. DUTIES• Examination/certification of young persons• Examination of persons engaged in dangerousoccupation• Exercise medical supervision in followingfactories: Cases of illness occurred Likelihood of injury to health Young employed or to be employed indangerous work
  13. 13. CONCLUSION• ACT for benefit of Labour class• Authorities important to execute it• Provisions for authorities most important• Without authorities act useless

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