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Introduction & Definition
• To avoid friction amongst the employers and workmen
   employed in an industry is the principal aim of Indian
   Legislation in India.
• It was considered that the society had a vital interest in the
   settlement of terms of employment of Industrial Labor and also
   settlement of Labor problems.
• Therefore, the steps were taken by the Central Government to
   enact Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 with a
   view to afford protection to the workmen with regard to
   conditions of employment.
• Definition under the Act (Sec.2)
     “Standing Orders” mean rules relating to matters set out in the
Schedule to the Act [Sec.2(g)] to be covered and in respect of which
the employer has to draft for submission to the Certifying Officer,
are matters specified in the Schedule.
Objective of the Act
1.   The purpose of having Standing Orders at the plant level and
     other commercial establishments is to regulate industrial
     relations.

2.   This Orders regulate the conditions of employment, grievances,
     misconduct etc. of the workers employed in industrial
     undertakings.

3.   Unsolved grievances can become industrial disputes.
Model Standing Orders
•   Classification of Workers
•   Publication of Work Time, Holidays, Pay Days and Wage Rates
•   Shift Working
•   Attendance and Late Coming
•   Leave and Holidays
•   Casual Leave
•   Payment of Wages
•   Stoppage of Work
•   Termination of Employment
•   Disciplinary Action for Misconduct
•   Suspension
•   Dismissal
•   Complaints
Procedure for the Approval of
             Standing Orders
• The main provision that deal for the approval of Standing
  Orders are:

1.   Procedure for the submission of Draft Standing Orders
     [Section 3].
1.   Procedure for the Conditions for Certification of Standing
     Orders [Section4].
2.   Procedure for Certification of Standing Orders (Procedure for
     Adoption) [Section 5].
3.   Appeals [Section 6].
Procedure for the submission of
         Draft Standing Orders
1.   Within 6 months from the date on which this Act becomes
     applicable to industrial establishment, the employer shall
     submit to the Certifying Officer 5 copies of the draft standing
     orders proposed by him.
2.   Provision shall have to be made as such every matter set out in
     the Schedule which may be applicable to the industrial
     establishment and were model standing orders have been
     prescribed.
3.   Subject to such conditions as may be prescribed, a group of
     employers in similar industrial establishments may submit a
     join draft or standing orders under this section.
Procedure for the Conditions for
     Certification of Standing Orders
The standing order to be certified by the certifying officer under
certain conditions:

1.   If provision is made therein for every matter set out in the
     schedule which is applicable to the Industrial Establishment;
     and
2.   If the standing orders are otherwise in conformity with the
     provision of this Act and it shall be the function of the
     Certifying Officer or appellate authority to reasonableness of
     the provision of any standing orders.
Procedure for Certification of Standing
       Orders (Procedure for Adoption)
1.    The Certifying officer receipt of the draft Standing Orders from
      the employer shall forward a copy of the draft standing orders
      to the recognized trade union of the establishment seeking
      submission of objection to draft standing orders if any.
2.    The standing orders came into operation on the expiry of 30
      days from the date on which the authenticated copies of the
      standing orders are forwarded to the employer and the
      workmen by the certifying officer.
3.    The conditions of employment, which will be binding on the
      employer and the workmen from the date when they become
      operational.
Appeal of Standing Orders
• Any employer, workmen, trade union or other prescribed
  representatives of workmen aggrieved by the order of the
  Certifying Officer may appeal to the appellate authority within
  30 days from the date on which copies are to be sent to them.

•    The appellate authority may confirm the standing orders as
    certified, or may make modifications or additions to render
    them certifiable and it has to send copies of the same to the
    concerned person within 7 days of the order[Sec. 7].
Modification of Standing Orders
• Standing Order finally certified under the Act shall not, except
  on agreement between the employers and the workmen or their
  Trade Union be liable to modification until the expiry of 6
  months from the date on which the standing orders came into
  operation.

• Subject to the provision of sub-section (1), an employer or
  workman or a trade union or other representative body of the
  workmen may apply to the Certifying Officer to have the
  standing orders modified, and such application shall be
  accompanied by 5 copies of the modifications proposed to be
  made.
Certifying Officer
• Definition:-
       The “certifying officer” under standing order act means Regional
Labor Commissioner, Labor Commissioner or other officer appointed by
the appropriate government by the notification in the Official Gazette, to
perform all or any of the functions of certifying officer under Act.
• Powers of Certifying Officer:-
Every Certifying Officer and appellate authority shall have all the powers
of Civil Court for he purpose of:

1.   Receiving Evidence,
2.   Administering oaths,
3.   Enforcing the attendance of witness, and
4.   Compelling the discovery and production of documents.
Payment of Subsistence Allowance
• Where any workmen is suspended by the employer pending
  investigation or inquiry into complaints or charge of misconduct
  against him, the employer shall pay to such workmen
  subsistence allowance:

a.   At the rate of 50% of the wages which the employer is entitled
     to immediately preceding the date of such suspension, for the
     90 days of suspension; and

b.   At the rate of 70% of such wages for the remaining period of
     suspension.
Offences and Penalties
• An employer fails to submit the draft Standing Orders as
  required by Section 3 or who modified his standing orders
  otherwise with sec.10 shall be punishable with fine which may
  extend to Rs.5000 and in case of continuing offence with a
  further fine of Rs.200 for every day after the first during which
  the offence continues.
• An employer who does not act in contravention of the standing
  orders finally certified under this act for industrial
  establishment shall be punishable with fine which may extend to
  Rs.100 and in case of continuous offence with further fine of
  Rs.25 every day after the first during which the offence
  continues.
• No persecution for any offence punishable under this section 13
  shall be instituted except with the previous sanction of the
  appropriate government. It can be tried only in the Court of a
  presidency magistrate or the second class magistrate.
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Standing oreder ppt

  • 1.
  • 2. Introduction & Definition • To avoid friction amongst the employers and workmen employed in an industry is the principal aim of Indian Legislation in India. • It was considered that the society had a vital interest in the settlement of terms of employment of Industrial Labor and also settlement of Labor problems. • Therefore, the steps were taken by the Central Government to enact Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 with a view to afford protection to the workmen with regard to conditions of employment. • Definition under the Act (Sec.2) “Standing Orders” mean rules relating to matters set out in the Schedule to the Act [Sec.2(g)] to be covered and in respect of which the employer has to draft for submission to the Certifying Officer, are matters specified in the Schedule.
  • 3. Objective of the Act 1. The purpose of having Standing Orders at the plant level and other commercial establishments is to regulate industrial relations. 2. This Orders regulate the conditions of employment, grievances, misconduct etc. of the workers employed in industrial undertakings. 3. Unsolved grievances can become industrial disputes.
  • 4. Model Standing Orders • Classification of Workers • Publication of Work Time, Holidays, Pay Days and Wage Rates • Shift Working • Attendance and Late Coming • Leave and Holidays • Casual Leave • Payment of Wages • Stoppage of Work • Termination of Employment • Disciplinary Action for Misconduct • Suspension • Dismissal • Complaints
  • 5. Procedure for the Approval of Standing Orders • The main provision that deal for the approval of Standing Orders are: 1. Procedure for the submission of Draft Standing Orders [Section 3]. 1. Procedure for the Conditions for Certification of Standing Orders [Section4]. 2. Procedure for Certification of Standing Orders (Procedure for Adoption) [Section 5]. 3. Appeals [Section 6].
  • 6. Procedure for the submission of Draft Standing Orders 1. Within 6 months from the date on which this Act becomes applicable to industrial establishment, the employer shall submit to the Certifying Officer 5 copies of the draft standing orders proposed by him. 2. Provision shall have to be made as such every matter set out in the Schedule which may be applicable to the industrial establishment and were model standing orders have been prescribed. 3. Subject to such conditions as may be prescribed, a group of employers in similar industrial establishments may submit a join draft or standing orders under this section.
  • 7. Procedure for the Conditions for Certification of Standing Orders The standing order to be certified by the certifying officer under certain conditions: 1. If provision is made therein for every matter set out in the schedule which is applicable to the Industrial Establishment; and 2. If the standing orders are otherwise in conformity with the provision of this Act and it shall be the function of the Certifying Officer or appellate authority to reasonableness of the provision of any standing orders.
  • 8. Procedure for Certification of Standing Orders (Procedure for Adoption) 1. The Certifying officer receipt of the draft Standing Orders from the employer shall forward a copy of the draft standing orders to the recognized trade union of the establishment seeking submission of objection to draft standing orders if any. 2. The standing orders came into operation on the expiry of 30 days from the date on which the authenticated copies of the standing orders are forwarded to the employer and the workmen by the certifying officer. 3. The conditions of employment, which will be binding on the employer and the workmen from the date when they become operational.
  • 9. Appeal of Standing Orders • Any employer, workmen, trade union or other prescribed representatives of workmen aggrieved by the order of the Certifying Officer may appeal to the appellate authority within 30 days from the date on which copies are to be sent to them. • The appellate authority may confirm the standing orders as certified, or may make modifications or additions to render them certifiable and it has to send copies of the same to the concerned person within 7 days of the order[Sec. 7].
  • 10. Modification of Standing Orders • Standing Order finally certified under the Act shall not, except on agreement between the employers and the workmen or their Trade Union be liable to modification until the expiry of 6 months from the date on which the standing orders came into operation. • Subject to the provision of sub-section (1), an employer or workman or a trade union or other representative body of the workmen may apply to the Certifying Officer to have the standing orders modified, and such application shall be accompanied by 5 copies of the modifications proposed to be made.
  • 11. Certifying Officer • Definition:- The “certifying officer” under standing order act means Regional Labor Commissioner, Labor Commissioner or other officer appointed by the appropriate government by the notification in the Official Gazette, to perform all or any of the functions of certifying officer under Act. • Powers of Certifying Officer:- Every Certifying Officer and appellate authority shall have all the powers of Civil Court for he purpose of: 1. Receiving Evidence, 2. Administering oaths, 3. Enforcing the attendance of witness, and 4. Compelling the discovery and production of documents.
  • 12. Payment of Subsistence Allowance • Where any workmen is suspended by the employer pending investigation or inquiry into complaints or charge of misconduct against him, the employer shall pay to such workmen subsistence allowance: a. At the rate of 50% of the wages which the employer is entitled to immediately preceding the date of such suspension, for the 90 days of suspension; and b. At the rate of 70% of such wages for the remaining period of suspension.
  • 13. Offences and Penalties • An employer fails to submit the draft Standing Orders as required by Section 3 or who modified his standing orders otherwise with sec.10 shall be punishable with fine which may extend to Rs.5000 and in case of continuing offence with a further fine of Rs.200 for every day after the first during which the offence continues. • An employer who does not act in contravention of the standing orders finally certified under this act for industrial establishment shall be punishable with fine which may extend to Rs.100 and in case of continuous offence with further fine of Rs.25 every day after the first during which the offence continues. • No persecution for any offence punishable under this section 13 shall be instituted except with the previous sanction of the appropriate government. It can be tried only in the Court of a presidency magistrate or the second class magistrate.