Contract labour(regulation and abolition act,1986)

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Contract labour(regulation and abolition act,1986)

  1. 1. JILU.T.L
  2. 2.  The system of employing contract labour is prevalent in most industries like agricultural and allied operations and to some extent in the services sector.A workman is deemed to be employed as Contract Labour when he is hired in connection with the work of an establishment by or through a contractor.
  3. 3.  Contract workmen are indirect employees; persons who are hired, supervised and remunerated by contractor who, in turn, is compensated by the establishment. Contract labour has to be employed for work which is specific and for definite duration.
  4. 4.  Under section 2(2) (b) of the contract labour Act,1970.a workman shall be deemed to be employed as "contract labour" in or in connection with the work of an establishment when he is hired in or in connection with such work by or through a contractor, with or without the knowledge of the principal employer;
  5. 5.  Contractor",in relation to an establishment, means a person who undertakes to produce a given result for the establishment, other than a mere supply of goods or articles of manufacture to such establishment, through contract labour or who supplies contract labour for any work of the establishment and includes a sub-contractor;
  6. 6.  Principal employer" means- (i) in relation to any office or department of the government or a local authority, the head of that office or department or such other officer as the government or the local authority; as the case may be, may specify in this behalf, (ii)in a factory, the owner or occupier of the factory and where a person has been named as the manager of the factory under the Factories Act, 1948, the person so named.
  7. 7. in a mine, the owner or agent of the iii) mine and where a person has been named as the manager of the mine, the person so named, (iv)in any other establishment, any person responsible for the supervision and control of the establishment.
  8. 8.  TheAct applies to (a)every establishment in which 20 or more workmen are employed or were employed on any day on the preceding 12 months as contract labour and (b) every contractor, who employs or who employed 20 or more workmen on any day of the preceding 12 months.
  9. 9.  Underthe act, the appropriate Govt. is empowered to extend the application of the Act to any establishment or contractor employing less than 20 workmen after giving 2months notice. The Act not applicable to establishments of intermittent or causal nature.
  10. 10.  An establishment wherein work is of intermittent and seasonal nature will be covered by the Act if the work performed is more than 120 days and 60 days in a year respectively. The Act also applies to establishments of the Government and local authorities as well.
  11. 11.  The central Govt under sec 3 is required to set up the Central Advisory Contract Labour Board on matters relating to administration of the act. The Central Board shall consist of- (a) a Chairman to be appointed by the Central Government; (b) the Chief Labour Commissioner (Central), ex officio;
  12. 12.  (c)such number of members, not exceeding seventeen but not less than eleven, as the Central Government may nominate to represent that government, the Railways, the coal industry, the mining industry, the contractors, the workmen and any other interests which, in the opinion of the Central Government, ought to be represented on the Central Board.
  13. 13.  The State board shall consist of- (a) a Chairman to be appointed by the State Government; (b)the Labour Commissioner, ex officio, or in his absence any other officer nominated by the State Government in that behalf;
  14. 14.  (c)such number of members, not exceeding eleven but not less than nine, as the State Government may nominate to represent that government, the industry, the contractors, the workmen and any other interests which, in the opinion of the State Government, ought to be represented on the State Board.
  15. 15. THANK YOU

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