Factories Act, 1937

a practical explanation of the effect of the new legislation together with the annotated text of the 1937 Act, the text of other important acts, the Truck Acts annotated, regulations, and a detailed index by Leslie Maddock

Publisher: Eyre and Spottiswoode in London

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Statementby Leslie Maddock in collaboration with Sir Gerald Bellhouse.
ContributionsBellhouse, Gerald, Sir, 1867-
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 684 p. ;
Number of Pages684
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6379605M
LC Control Number38035715

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Reported in: (2)ALT fee for any alleged services rendered or proposed to be rendered under other legislations other than the factories act, as the power is delegated under the factories act only the fee cannot be levied under factories act for the purpose of services rendered under other acts future proposed strengthening of the department and additional activities which.

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Lifting Tackle Schedule and Code of Practice to assist Users to comply with the provisions of the Factories Act,Section and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available 1937 book at The Factories Act, A Practical Explanation of the Effect of the New Legislation Together with the Annotated Text of the Act, the Text of Other Important Acts, the Truck Acts Annotated, Regulations, and a Detailed Index: Authors: Leslie Maddock, Sir Gerald Bellhouse: Publisher: Eyre and Spottiswoode, Original from.

& Factories Act, [CR. ] 1 GEO. 6.] CHAPTER An Act to consolidate, with amendments, the A.D. Factory and Workshop Acts, to—- and other enactments relating to factories; and for purposes connected with the purposes aforesaid. [30th July ] B E it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty.

Part XIII Application op Act. General application of Act. Application to factories belonging to the Crown. Part XIV Interpretation and General. Interpretation. Interpretation of expression "factory" General interpretation.

Application of Act to young persons employed in factories in certain occupations. General. Sec. 6 The Factories Act, 5 (a) specifying the area, (b) defining the local mean time ordinarily observed therein, and (c) permitting such time to be observed in all or any of the factories situated in the area.

1[4. Power to declare different departments to be separate factories or File Size: KB. THE FACTORIES ACT,THE FACTORIES ACT, (Act No. 65 of )(Act No.

65 of ) other similar work or book binding, which is carried on by way of trade or for purpose of gain, or which is incidental to another business so carried on; or (v) For constructing, reconstructing, repairing,refitting, finishing or breaking up shipsFile Size: KB.

The Shops Act,and the Factories Act, as amended by the Factories Act, (so far as it relates to the powers and duties of local authorities), fully regulations and memoranda issued thereunder [Alan Leslie Stevenson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An Act to consolidate and amend the law regulating labour in factories.

Whereas it is expedient to consolidate and amend the law regulating labour in factories; It is hereby enacted as follows: Chapter i. Preliminary. Short title, extent and commencement.– (1).

Provincial Assembly of Sindh on 21 st March, and assented to by the Governor Factories Act Sindh on 25 th April, is hereby published as an Act of the Legislature of Sindh.

THE SINDH FACTORIES ACT, SINDH ACT NO. XIII OF AN ACT to consolidate and File Size: KB. List 1937 book mentions of the Factories Act in Parliament in the period to The Factories Act is an Act of the Parliament of the United the time of its passage, the Act consolidated much legislation on workplace health, safety and welfare in Great Britain.

Though as of some of it remains in force, it has largely been superseded by the Health and 1937 book at Work etc. Act and regulations made under it. Introduced by: Davidxwell Fyfe, 1st Earl of Kilmuir, Lord. Factories Act, Precautions in the Installation and Working of Abrasive Wheels.

Form Author(s): MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND NATIONAL SERVICE. FACTORY DEPARTMENT. Book: Factories Act, Precautions in the Installation and Working of Abrasive Wheels. An Act to consolidate and amend the law regulating labour in factories.

Whereas it is expedient to consolidate and amend the law regulating labour in factories; it is hereby enacted as follows: CHAPTER I – Preliminary 1. Short title, extent and commencement.

- (1) This Act may be called the Factories Act, (2) It extends to the whole of File Size: KB. Factories Act, ACT No. XXV OF 20th August, Rep.

by the Repealing and Amend¬ing Act, (XX of ), s. 3 and 2nd Such. THE SCHEDULE Rep. by Act XX ofs. 3 and Such. Get all Updates on our Legal Practice and Legal Updates during the Corona Virus COVID an act to consolidate, with amendments, the factory and workshop acts, toand other enactments relating to factories and for purposes connected with the purposes aforesaid.

[9th june, ] be it enacted by the oireachtas as follows:—. The Factories (Amendment) Bill, was introduced in Lok Sabha on Aug by the Minister for Labour and Employment, Mr.

Bandaru Dattatreya. The Bill amends the Factories Act, The Act regulates the safety, health and welfare of factory workers. The Bill amends provisions related to overtime hours of work. Key Amendments. Factories Act The Act (1 Edw. 8 & 1 Geo.

6 c) consolidated and amended the Factory and Workshop Acts from to It was introduced to the House of Commons by the Home Secretary, Sir John Simon, on 29 January and given Royal Assent on 30 July. [4] [5] Factories Act Factories Act, has been enacted to consolidate and amend the law regulating the workers working in the factories.

It extends to whole of India and applies to every factory wherein 20 or more workers are ordinary employed. Since the aim and object of the Act is to safeguard the interest of workers and protect them from exploitation, the Act prescribes certain standards with regard to. This book on Factories Act, is designed to provide answers to the most frequently raised queries on the subject of factories law and issues related to it.

Foremost aim while writing this book has been to produce a text which is broadly comprehensive in nature and presents the law in a most simple and readable manner. Factories Act Is A Labour Legislation History Essay. Priyanka B Pantawane.

MMS ( – ) This act is based on the provisions which are provided under Factory Act of Great Britain passed in the year The private agencies such as TATA BOMBAY HOUSE provided the statistical outline book for the year through which.

The Act is based on the provisions of the Factories Act of Great Britain passed in In the Act was amended extensively. The provisions of the Amendment have been quoted and summarised at the in this chapter.

APPLICATION OF THE ACT The Factories Act of came into force on 1st April ; it applies to factories. TRAVANCORE TRADE UNIONS ACT= Factories Act of Soon the Bill was referred to a Select Committee. In the meantime, the Government of India Factories Act was passed.

(The Indian Labour Year BookLabour Bureau, Government of India, New Delhip). Penal Provisions – The maximum punishment for any kind of violation of the provisions of the Factories Act, and Rules framed thereunder is 2 years of imprisonment or fine up to Rs.1,00,/- In order to understand more details of the Factories Act, feel free to contact a Labour Law Advocate in Kolkata near you.

The Factories Act, Universal Law Publishing, - Politicians. 3 Reviews. Preview this book 5/5(3). Labour Legislation Marks Course Content 1. Factories Act. Shops & Establishment Act. Payment of Wages Act. Minimum Wages Act. ESI Act. Workmen’s Compensation Act 7. Payment of Bonus Act 8.

Gratuity Act 9. Provident Provident Fund Act & Misc Provision Act. Industrial Dispute Act. Industrial Employment Standing.

Factory act short note 1. Factories Act, 2. Objectives • To know the objectives, scope and coverage of the Act • To take note of the provisions relating to health, safety and welfare • To understand the provisions relating to working hours, holidays and leave • To develop an understanding about the special provisions for women and young persons • To appreciate the administrative.

THE FACTORIES 1 INTRODUCTION ACT T HE new Factories Act is designed to secure safe and healthy working conditions in manufacturing and certain other operations.

It is a consolidating and amending measure, and will replace the Factory and Workshop Act of r9or and various later Acts. Factory Act 1. By: Shehroz Ahmed Adil FACTORY ACT 2. CONTENT • Preliminary • The Inspecting Staff • Health of Workers • Safety Of Workers • Welfare of Workers • Provisions related to Holidays • Provisions related to Working hours • Employment of.

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MODEL RULES UNDER THE FACTORIES ACT, (Corrected up to ) Prohibition of use of premises as factories 15 Notice of occupation 15 Leave Book Medical certificate Notice to Inspector of involuntary unemployment Notice by worker File Size: 1MB. The Act is based on the provisions of the Factories Act of Great Britain passed in In the Act was amended extensively.

The provisions of the Amendment have been quoted and summarised at the in this chapter. APPLICATION OF THE ACT The Factories Act of came into force on 1st April ; it applies to factories.The plaintiff, while operating a circular saw belonging to her employers, the defendants, was injured through a piece of wood flying out of the machine which was fenced so as to comply with the requirements of the Woodworking Machinery Regulationswhich by s of the Factories Act were to be deemed to have been made under that Act/5.