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Please explain what is the statutory diff if the factory licence is obtained for 50,100,250 ,500 & 1000 workers.
Also why most of the employers take licence for only 100 employees ,is there some relation in case the factory is to be closed.
Thanks & Regards,
Shivani
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Dear friend,
This difference shows the strength of licence based on which fee is to be paid to the concerned authorities.
No there is no relation of strength of licence with the closing of factory.
Regards
Regarding obtaining or renewing factory licence, there is co relation beetween strength of employee and Hourse Power used in running a factory, licence fees is decided on this basis..... i have table of it...
Hi Shivani Please read the Factories Act, 1948 you’ll come to know everything related to the Factory licence. Best Regards Sushma
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Dear Shivani,
1) You apply for factories license when the establishment falls under the definition of "Factories" under Factories Act, 1948.
2) The maximum number of workers that is required should be given, it can be any number like 82, usually applicants round it off.
3) According to the number, various compliances come in like if 500 or more Labour Welfare Officer needs to be appointed, more than 150 you need to have more than one first aid box and so on.
4) Closing/Retrenchment of an establishment is covered under Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 and permission, notice period and pay depends on the number of workers employed.
Regards,
SC
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Dear Seniors,
i have just transferred to plant location from corporate office & dont have any exposure of the same excet few word of mouth
Plant license from Chief Insp of F&B issued 150 person to our plant.(Inculding contractual & on rolls)
Current status of manpower strength is 100 maximum in day during previosu year.(as per our gate register of 24 hrs turnover of manpower)
We are having validityu of existing license valid till dec 2010.
Kindly guide me that how can i get the updated license with a strength of 750(Proposed maximum manpower in upcoming year-2011/12/13) by our factory manager.
Can this license be taken for 3 years in one instance.
Your early suggestion would be a great help.
Dear Sakshi
1.we have to renew factory licence on or before of 31st of October every year.
2.We can renew factory licence for max. for 5 years.
3.For Increase in man power -
a.we have to amend the exisiting factory licence
b.Treasury receipted challan for Rs. 100/- for each amendment.
c.Plz check manadatory requirement under Factories act & other labour laws.
4.Also have a meeting with DCIF for amendment.
Regards
Ramalingam.V
All,
Can any one advice, we have applied for factory licence but we are not getting it as we couldn't pay any obligation. We came to know from IF they sent the applicaiton back but we didn't receive yet. What will be next step, should we stop our production till we get the licence or will continue till we get the licece.
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