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Is Industrial Employment Standing order certification mandatory required as per Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) A.P.Rules, 1953, Even though my company has been registered under Factories Act 1948 / Andhra Pradesh Shops& Establishment Act1988?
Please clarify my above doubt.
Thanks & Regards
T.Thirumurugan
Sr. Exe. HR & Admin.

From India, Hyderabad
Hello Thirumurugan
First, you should have basic understanding about these Acts which cannot be acquired except by going through them.You should know the distinction between afctory and a shop and a commercial establishment. How an establishment can be registered both under Factories Act and Shops and Establishment Act? Please clarify this.
B.Saikumar

From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr.B.Saikumar Sir,
If Any Private Limited Company Register Either Under Factories Act Or Shops& Establishment Act Or Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) act Or Trade Union Act, Is Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act applicable to them or not?
Please clarify above things.
Thanks with Regards
Thirumurugan

From India, Hyderabad
That's precisely is the reason why I asked you to go trough the respective Acts because the Shops and Establishments Act is not a Central Act but a State Act and thus the provisions may differ from State to State in terms of their applicability and so members cannot be in a position to reply as there cannot be a universal reply to such question as it depends up on the provisions of the State Act concerned.
B.Saikumar

From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr.B.Saikumar Sir,

Okay, I Got Your Point. Obviously Shops And Establishments Act Is Differ From State To State in india.

But Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946 Is Common To All Over India. And Andhra Pradesh Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Rules, 1953 is especially for Andhra Pradesh.

My Question Is

For Example:

Just assume:

My Private Limited Company Registers Either Under The Factories Act, 1948 Or Andhra Pradesh Shops And Establishments Act, 1988 Or Contract Labour(R&A) Act, 1970 And AP Rules, 1971 Or The Trade Union Act, 1926, Is Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946 Or Andhra Pradesh Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Rules, 1953 Applicable To Us Or Not?

If Yes, Do We Need To Get Certificate From Commissioner Of Labour Or Not Against Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Central Rules, 1946 Or Andhra Pradesh Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Rules, 1953?

I hope you caught my point.

Please clarify above things

Thanks With Regards

Thirumurugan

From India, Hyderabad
The Industiral Employment (Standing Orders) Act is applicable to any establishment which is employing employees/workmen as defined by the Industrial Disputes Act and prescrbes aminimum number. I think it is 30 employees, if my memory is right. Normally any establishment which is covered by the Factories Act and engages the minimum number of employees/workmen as per the Standing Orders Act, the standing orders act is applicable.
Contract Labour Act and Trade Union Act governs different aspects and are for different purposes and has nothing to do with Standing Orders Act.
BGRamesh,Hosur.

From India, Vellore
The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act is applicable to those Establishments/ Factories wherein 50 or more workmen are employed on any day of the preceding 12 months, in the State of Andhra Pradesh wef. 5th July 1999.
From India, Visakhapatnam
The Industrial Employment (Standing orders) Act, 1946
Year of enforcement 23rd Apr 1946
Act shall applies every Industrial establishment wherein 100 or more workmen are employed in any of the preceeding12 months
The Act automatically applicable till employer prepares his own “Standing Orders”and these are approved by “Certifying Officer”(Sec 12A)
If the Establishment is under construction, Model standing orders will be applicable.

From India, Bangalore
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