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But in simple way, The Factories Act is a social and national legislation act which has been enacted for occupational safety, health and welfare of workers at work places. And it applies to factories covered under the Factories Act, 1948. The industries in which ten (10) or more than ten workers are employed on any day of the preceeding twelve months and are engaged in manufacturing process being carried out with the aid of power or twenty or more than twenty workers are employed in manufacturing process being carried out without the aid of power, are covered under the provisions of this Act.
For more : http://labour.nic.in <link fixed> and India. The Factories Act
Shops and Establishment Act: is a state legislation act and each state has framed its own rules for the Act. The object of this Act is to provide statutory obligation and rights to employees and employers in the unauthorized sector of employment, i.e., shops and establishments. This Act is applicable to all persons employed in an establishment with or without wages, except the members of the employer’ family. The shops and establishments Act of different states extend to the whole of the state and within each state, it covers such areas as the State Government may notify from time-to-time.
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2nd February 2013 From India, Gurgaon
2nd February 2013 From India, Mumbai
Factory Act is applicable for any establishment who is engage in manufacturing and production activities with or without help of electricity and demands better working condition, health and safety for workers
Shops and establishment Act is applicable for all other establishment who are not engage in manufacturing and production activities and it regulated working hours, conditions of work etc.
For example : you are manufacturing toys and 20 people are working in your organisation. This will fall under factories Act
Yours is. Sales and distribution company and has any no of employee from 1 to 1000 it falls under shops and establishment Act. The panwala hotelwala to big corporate offices all falls under shops and establishment Act
3rd February 2013 From India, Mumbai
Shop and Establishment Act is applicable to Urban areas ( in specific cases State will notify the geographical area). The Act is enforced by Local self Government, i.e. Municipality or Municipal Corporation as the case may be.
In F.Act there are extensive provisions for protection of safety and health at work while in S & E Act there are no provisions for OHS except provisions like water, sanitation and weekly off.
3rd February 2013 From India, Coimbatore
If an organization does not utilise electricity for their manufacturing porposes, it is coming under Shops and Establishments Act.
Also please note that an organization managing a factory and also a sales office and/or administrative office and/or corporate office, those offices are covered by shops and establishments act.
To understand the acts, you have to go through the books of law.
3rd February 2013 From India, Pune
I would like to know the difference between the security personnel wages of shops and establishment and notified wages (higher) in GO No 43 dt 28 May 2010 vide rates have been fixed recognizing security as industry , especially in AP
Is there any GO that which ever is higher principal employer has to follow the same as one client wish to follow Shops and establishment being lower rates
11th April 2013 From India, Hyderabad
Under Shops and Establishment Act
For Dismissal, one month notice is required to be issued. The person so aggrieved / dismissed shall have a right to appeal to such authority and within such time as may be prescribed either on the ground that there was no reasonable cause for dispensing with his services or on the ground that he had not been guilty of misconduct as held by the employer. The decision of the appellate authority shall be final and binding on both the employer and the person employed. The matter will be decided soon.
Where as for a Factory, Industrial Disputes Act applies. The person so dismissed has to approach the Conciliation Officer and raise an Industrial Dispute under Section 2-A or 2-K of the ID Act. The Conciliation Officer on hearing the parties, after the conciliation failure, sends failure report to the Labour Department of Government. The Government on consideration of facts of circumstances may refer the dispute to Labour Court. The Labour court on hearing both the parties, based on the evidences and documents, placed before the court, pass orders. It is a long process.
15th July 2019 From India, Madras
In my opinion yours is covered under The Mines Act 1952.
Definition under the Mines Act refers as follows:
(viii) all workshop and store situated within the precincts of a mine and the same management and used primarily for the purposes connected with that mine or a number of mines under the same management;
(ix) all power stations, transformer sub-stations converter stations : rectifier stations and accumulator storage stations for supplying electricity solely or mainly for the purpose of working the mine or a number of mines under the same management;
(x) any premises for the time being used for depositing sand or other material for use in a mine or for depositing refuse from a mine or in which any operations in connection with such and refuse or other material is being carried on, being premises exclusively occupied by the owner of the mine:
(xi) any premises in or adjacent to and belonging to a mine or which any process ancillary to the getting, dressing or operation for sale of minerals or of coke is being carried on;
15th July 2019 From India, Madras