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Uttar Pradesh Factories Manual
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Format: Paperback
Pages: 315 pages
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: English
ISBN: 8170127793
Dimensions: 24.2 CM X 2.32 CM X 16 CM
Shipping Weight: 0.762(Kg)
Publisher Code: B/779
Date Added: 2001-01-01
Search Category: Lawbooks
Jurisdiction: Indian
Overview:

This handy work contains the full amended text of the following along with useful, crisp notes on case-law on the subject. It contains the Factories Act, 1948, Labour Laws (Exemption from Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain Establishments) Act, 1988, U.P. Factories Rules, 1950, U.P. Factories Welfare Officers? Rules, 1955, U.P. Factories (Safety Officers) Rules, 1984 and U.P. Factories (Control of Industrial Major Accident Hazards) Rules, 1996. The U.P. Factories Rules have been drastically amended since the last edition and many new provisions have been included. Non-compliance with these provisions attracts heavy penalties.

This book will be indispensable to Factory Owners and Factory Inspectors.


Table Of Contents:

PART I

Factories Act, 1948

CHAPTER I: PRELIMINARY

Short title, extent and commencement

Interpretation

References to time of day

Power to declare different departments to be separate factories or two or more factories to be a single factory

Power to exempt during public emergency

Approval, licensing and registration of factories

Notice by the occupier

General duties of the occupier

General duties of manufacturers, etc. as regards articles and substances for use in factories

CHAPTER II: THE INSPECTING STAFF

Inspectors

Powers of Inspectors

Certifying surgeons

CHAPTER III: HEALTH

Cleanliness

Disposal of wastes and effluents

Ventilation and temperature

Dust and fume

Artificial humidification

Overcrowding

Lighting

Drinking water

Latrines and urinals

Spittoons

CHAPTER IV: SAFETY

Fencing of machinery

Work on or near machinery in motion

Employment of young person’s on dangerous machines

Striking gear and devices for cutting off power

Self-acting machines

Casing of new machinery

Prohibition of employment of women and children near cotton openers

Hoists and lifts

Lifting machines, chains, ropes and lifting tackles

Revolving machinery

Pressure plant

Floors, stairs and means of access

Pits, sumps, openings in floors, etc.

Excessive weights

Protection of eyes

Precautions against dangerous fumes, gases, etc.

Precautions regarding the use of portable electric light

Explosive or inflammable dust, gas, etc.

Precautions in case of fire

Power to require specifications of defective parts or tests of stability

Safety of buildings and machinery

Maintenance of buildings

Safety Officers

Power to make rules to supplement this Chapter

CHAPTER IV - A: PROVISIONS RELATING TO HAZARDOUS PROCESSES

Constitution of Site Appraisal Committees

Compulsory disclosure of information by the occupier

Specific responsibility of the occupier in relation to hazardous processes

Power of Central Government to appoint an Inquiry Committee

Emergency standards

Permissible limits of exposure of chemical and toxic substances

Workers' participation in safety management

Right of workers to warn about the imminent danger

CHAPTER V: WELFARE

Washing facilities

Facilities for storing and drying clothing

Facilities for sitting

First-aid appliances

Canteens

Shelters, rest rooms and lunch rooms

Crèches

Welfare officers

Power to make rules to supplement this Chapter

CHAPTER VI: WORKING HOURS OF ADULTS

Weekly hours

Weekly holidays

Compensatory holidays

Daily hours

Intervals for rest

Spread over

Night shifts

Prohibition of overlapping shifts

Extra wages for overtime

Restriction on double employment

Notice of periods of work for adults

Register of adult workers

Hours of work to correspond with notice under Section 61 and register under Section 62

Power to make exempting rules

Power to make exempting orders

Further restrictions on employment of women

CHAPTER VII: EMPLOYMENT OF YOUNG PERSONS

Prohibition of employment of young children

Non-adult workers carry tokens

Certificates of fitness

Effect of certificate of fitness granted to adolescent

Working hours for children

Notice of periods of work for children

Register of child workers

Hours of work to correspond with notice under Section 72 and register under Section 73

Power to require medical examination

Power to make rules

Certain other provisions of law not barred

CHAPTER VIII: ANNUAL LEAVE WITH WAGES

Application of Chapter

Annual leave with wages

Wages during leave period

Payment in advance in certain cases

Mode of recovery of unpaid wages

Power to make rules

Power to exempt factories

CHAPTER IX: SPECIAL PROVISIONS

Power to apply the Act to certain premises

Power to exempt public institutions

Dangerous operations

Power to prohibit employment on account of serious hazard

Notice of certain accidents

Notice of certain dangerous occurrences

Notice of certain diseases

Power to direct enquiry in cases of accident or disease

Power to take samples

Safety and occupational health surveys

CHAPTER X: PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE

General penalty for offences

Liability of owner of premises in certain circumstances

Enhanced penalty after previous conviction

Penalty for obstructing Inspector

Penalty for wrongfully disclosing results of analysis under Section 91

Penalty for contravention of the provisions of Sections 41-B, 41-C and 41-H

Offences by workers

Penalty for using false certificate of fitness

Penalty for permitting double employment of child

[Omitted]

Exemption of occupier or manager from liability in certain cases

Power of Court to make orders

Presumption as to employment

Onus as to age

Onus of proving limits of what is practicable, etc.

Cognizance of offences

Limitation of prosecutions

Jurisdiction of a court for entertaining proceedings, etc. for offence

CHAPTER XI: SUPPLEMENTAL

Appeals

Display of notices

Service of notices

Returns

Obligations of workers

Right of workers, etc.

General power to make rules

Power of Centre to give directions

No charge for facilities and conveniences

Publication of rules

Application of Act to Government factories

Protection to persons acting under this Act

Restriction on disclosure of information

Restriction on disclosure of information

Act to have effect notwithstanding anything contained in Act 37 of 1970

Repeal and Savings

THE FIRST SCHEDULE

THE SECOND SCHEDULE

THE THIRD SCHEDULE

II Labour Laws (Exemption from Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain Establishments) Act, 1988 83

Short title and commencement

Definitions

Amendment of certain labour laws

Exemption from returns and registers required under certain labour laws

Savings

Penalty

Power to amend Form

Power to remove difficulties

THE SCHEDULE

FORMS

PART II

Uttar Pradesh Factories Rules, 1950

CHAPTER I: PRELIMINARY

Short title

Definitions

Competent person

APPROVAL OF PLANS

[SECTIONS 6 (1) AND 112]

Approval of plans

REGISTRATION AND LICENSING

[SECTIONS 6 AND 112]

Mode of application

Registration and grant of licence

Amendment of license

Renewal of licence

Transfer of license

Procedure on death or disability of licensee

Loss of license

Payment of Fees

Suspension of licence

Cancellation of license

Notice of change of Manager

Guidelines instructions and records

CHAPTER II: THE INSPECTION STAFF ADDITIONAL POWERS [SECTION 9 (C)]

Powers of Inspector

Qualifications for the post of an Inspector

DUTIES OF CERTIFYING SURGEONS AND AUTHORIZED MEDICAL

PRACTITIONERS [SECTION 10 (4)]

Duties of Certifying Surgeons

CHAPTER III: EXEMPTION IN RESPECT OF PAINTING, LIME-WASHING, ETC. OF WALLS AND CEILINGS, ETC. [SECTION 112]

Cleaning of walls and ceilings

DISPOSAL OF TRADE WASTERS AND EFFLUENTS [SECTION 12 (2)]

VENTILATION AND TEMPERATURE [SECTION 13]

ARTIFICIAL HUMIDIFICATION [SECTION 15]

When artificial humidification not allowed

Provision of Hygrometer

Exemption from maintenance of Hygrometers

Copy of Schedule to Rule 20(b) to be affixed near every Hygrometer

Temperature to be recorded at each hygrometer

Specifications of Hygrometer

The thermometer to be maintained in efficient order

An inaccurate thermometer not to be used without fresh certificate

Hygrometer not to be fixed to wall, etc. unless protected by wood

No reading to be taken within 15 minutes of renewal of water

How to introduce steam for humidification

LIGHTING RULES

[SECTION 17 (4)]

Lighting

Lighting of interior parts

Prevention of glare

Discretion of the Chief Inspector

Exemption from Rule 32

Drinking Water


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