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Practical Guide to Factories Act

Practical Guide to Factories Act

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  • Author(s): Gaurav Kumar, H.L. Kumar
  • Brand: LexisNexis
  • Edition: 9 Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789389991086
  • Approx. Pages 386 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
The Factories Act, 1948occupies a key position. It governs the conditions of service of millions of persons employed in factories. This book is an outcome of more than five decades of my experience as a teacher, lawyer and consultant. Of all the factors that led to the writing of this book, the most important was the growing and long standing demand of Lawyers, HR Executives, Factory Inspectors/Directors Labour Welfare Offices, Law Officers and students. Further the response to my previous books - Industrial Relations & Labour Laws, Social Security and Labour Laws, Labour Law in Factories, Mines, Plantations, etc. Several new projects are coming and it provides lot of new employment. At the same time, the existing plants with obsolete technology are getting outdated and they are to be scrapped. This necessitates the compliance of the Factories Act, 1948 and the Rules which have become obsolete in view of the changed scenario and technical advancement.
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Contents
1.    Factory
2.    Health, Safety and Welfare of Workers
3.    Miscellaneous
4.    Obligation of Occupier/ Employer under the Factories Act
5.    Day-to-Day Clarifications
6.    Leave & Holiday under the Factories Act, 1948
7.    Applicability of Important Labour Statutes upon a Factory
8.    Digest of Important Cases Pertaining to Factories Act
Compliances under Factories Act
Pro-Forma Suggested for Health and Safety Policy of a Factory
1.    Preliminary
2.    The Inspecting Staff
3.    Health
4.    Safety
4A.  Provisions Relating to Hazardous Processes
5.    Welfare
6.    Working Hours of Adults
7.    Employment of young Persons
8.    Annual Leave With Wages
9.    Special Provisions
10.  Penalties and Procedure
The First Schedule - List of Industries Involving Azardous Process
The Second Schedule - Permissible Levels of Certain Chemical Substances in Work Environment
The Third Schedule - List of Notifiable Diseases
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Author Details
H.L. Kumar
:  Advocate Supreme Court of India, Editor, Labour Law Reporter
Gaurav Kumar :  MBA, LL.M, Advocate
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