rraoramesh
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Dear Friends, Where can I get a soft copy of the abstract of Acts which are to be displayed on notice boards in the dairy industry? Pls guide me. Further, I would like to know abstracts of which Acts are to be displayed??
Thanks

From India, Hubli
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Hi,



Establishment Act, 1954-

1) within the period specified in sub secdtion (5) the occupier of every establishment shall send to chief inspector a statememtn in the prescribed form, together with such fees as may be prescribed, containing:

a) the name of the employer

b) the postal address of the establishment

c) the name, of any, of the establishment

d) the category of the establishment, ie, whether it is a shop, commercial establishment, resifential hotwel, restaurant, eating house, theatre or other place of public ammusement or establishment; and

f) such other particilars as may be prescribed.

2) The registration certificate shall be prominently displayed at the establishement and shall be renewed at such intervals as may be prescribed in this respect

Also laws pertaining to Child labor, Forced labor, Minimum wages, fire and emergency contacts, PF, ESI, grtuity acts, creche, meternity benifit, Overtime, working hours, security, police, code of conducts, shall be displayed at the entrance of the factory where all the employees can see these very frequently.

for more details visit www.socialcomplianceauditors.com

or

if you are working at a factory please refer to the below code of conduct standards which generally every company follows

These requirements are not all-inclusive but rather establish guidelines to assist our partners in meeting our expectations as stated in our Vendor Code of Conduct. Further, it is expected that all factories comply with specific legal requirements, governing notices from their host country. This list is continually being evaluated, updated and revised.

Health and Safety Requirements:

• Factory has fire and emergency evacuation plans and diagrams posted in various, conspicuous locations around the factory in each native language of workers employed

• Evacuation plan illustrates critical information such as emergency evacuation routes, “you are here” mark, correct layout and direction, location of fire extinguishers and hydrants, and instructions in local language of what to do in the event of an evacuation

• Guardrails should be present wherever an aisle or walkway surface is elevated at least 30 inches above any adjacent areas

• Factory has a written personal protective equipment (PPE) policy which describes workplace areas and what PPE should be used in them, employee responsible for PPE program, where it is stored, and how it is distributed and how and when training is performed

• Factory has written policy on chemical usage at the factory that includes an inventory of what chemicals exist, quantities stored, where stored, how handled, and training of personnel

• Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) exists for all chemicals used in the factory

• Facility is clean, free of obvious insect/rodent infestation

• Facility utilizes appropriate trash removal services

• Facility does not allow food consumption on production floor

Fire Extinguishers Requirements:

• Factory has correct types of fire extinguishers for various types of materials present:

Class “A” for ordinary combustibles: wood, paper, and textile fires

Class “B” for flammable liquid, gas or grease; solvent, grease, oils petroleum

Class “C” for electrical: electrical equipment fires

Class “ABC” for any of the above

Class “D” for combustible metals such as magnesium

• Factory has a maximum travel distance to extinguishers for employees of 23 meters or 75 feet for class “A”, “C” and “D” fires and 15 meters or 50 feet for Class “B” fires

• Factory has adequate number of extinguishers

• All fire extinguishers have instructions in local language on front

• Fire extinguishers are placed in accessible locations, mounted on the wall or column, with clear, prominent markings

• While no specific height guidelines are provided, fire extinguishers mounted on wall or column must be a height that is “accessible” by workers in the factory

• Extinguishers are inspected periodically (once per quarter)

• If fire hydrants are present, factory hoses, standpipes and all other water sources, including fire pumps, should be inspected during fire drills

Fire Training Requirements:

• Factory personnel (workers and supervisors) are trained in fire safety, emergency evacuation, and the use of fire extinguishers

• Factory trains new employees in fire drill procedures

Fire Training Recommendations:

• Factory holds fire emergency drills regularly (twice per year)

• Certificates (if applicable) of fire safety and emergency evacuation training are maintained (with proper dates)

Fire Alarm Requirements:

• Factory has fire alarm system that is audible throughout the entire factory

• Alarm is tested regularly in conjunction with fire drills

• Factory trains all new employees about alarm system sound and procedures

Emergency Exits Requirements:

• Factory has at least two emergency exits per floor in buildings with less than 1,000 workers

• At least 3 emergency exits exist per floor in buildings with more than 1,000 workers

• Factory ensures that the maximum travel distance to an emergency exit is 60 meters or 200 feet for un-sprinklered industrial buildings

• Exit doors are on the opposite sides of the building

• Exit doors are not locked and do not have locks that require special operation

• Emergency exit signs are visible from 30 meters

• In addition, signs have bright colors and are illuminated or have photo luminescent front panel

• Doors swing in the direction of exit travel and lead directly to the outside

Emergency Exit Routes Requirements:

• As referenced above, factory posts diagrams/maps of emergency exit routes at various locations throughout the factory

• All exit routes are at least 112cm wide

• Two exit routes exist on opposite sides of the factory

Electrical Lighting Requirements:

• Factory has emergency lighting for all stairways and where needed on exit routes

Electrical Wiring Requirements:

• Electrical cords in the factory and dormitories are in good condition and properly encased to prevent shorting or fire

• Electrical equipment is grounded to prevent injury and/or fire where there is risk

• Electrical cords are not found in damp areas of in standing water

• Electrical wiring does not obstruct aisles unless they are securely taped on to the floor in a manner that does not create additional hazard

• Electrical panel must be covered

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements:

• Factory provides impact resistant goggles or other eyewear to employees in areas where there is persistent glare, flying debris, or dust, splashing of primers or cleaners

• Factory provides gloves to employees that are handling/applying chemicals such as solvents, adhesives, and finishes. Gloves are resistant to these chemicals

• Factory provides dust masks to employees working in areas with a high presence of fumes such as paints and other chemicals. Also in areas to minimize exposure to particulate matter such as dust or textile particles

• Metal gloves are provided when working with sharp objects or cutting instruments

• All employees are trained on the use of personal protective equipment and why using them is important

• Factory has signs, with appropriate international symbol, showing what personal protective equipment should be worn in these areas

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Recommendations:

• Appropriate footwear is provided for employees working on wet surfaces. Reinforced shoes or boots for employees operating or moving heavy equipment

Noise Levels Requirements:

• At levels above 80 dB(A), ear protection (ear plugs) is provided, potential hazards are communicated, and wearing by employees is enforced in an appropriate manner

Lighting Requirements:

• Factory has minimum illumination of 30-foot candles (300 lux) in work areas

• Factory has minimum illumination of 5-foot candles (50 lux) in corridors utilized as emergency routes

Ventilation Requirements:

• Factory has adequate ventilation system in work areas where chemicals are handled and where there are significant dust or materials particles

• Factory has ventilation system present in enclosed spaces where heat-generated equipment is operated

Hazardous Chemicals or Materials Requirements:

• Factory stores chemicals in a separate area which is equipped with appropriate fire extinguishers, safety signs, ventilation, instructions on handling and disposal, and personal protective equipment

• Factory is familiar with all chemicals on site and potential health effects

• All employees handling hazardous chemicals or materials have undergone training program on appropriate handling, emergency procedures, and personal protective equipment

• Factory has documented and follows appropriate storage and handling requirements of all chemicals used



Machine Guard Requirements:


• Factory ensures that where there is a risk, machines have the necessary safety devices and guards

• Factory keeps records of machine, equipment, and wiring inspections and repairs

Machine Guard Recommendations:

• Factory maintains records of permits for equipment such as elevators and any other types of equipment requiring special permits

• A written maintenance plan should exist which outlines machine inspections

Medical Care Requirements:

• Factory should know location of medical clinic in close proximity to address basic health and injury needs.

• A record of injuries is maintained at the factory to focus on how injuries can be reduced

Medical Care Recommendations:

• Factory has a system in place to address sever injuries (such as an agreement with the local hospital, transportation arrangements, etc)

First Aid Requirements:

• Factory has one properly stocked first aid kit available for every 100 employees (i.e. bandages, scissors, blanket, gloves, gauze, eyewash solution, antiseptic ointment, etc), an emergency log, and first aid guide in the local language

• First Aid stations are posted with a first aid sign and the names and photos of trained first aid personnel are posted

• The first aid kit is inspected regularly and re-stocked when needed

• Records are maintained for employees seeking first aid to track injury/illness as well as remedy Number of boxes: 1 per 100 workers or a minimum of 1 box per production area

First Aid Recommendations:

• Factory trains an adequate number of personnel (production workers and supervisors) in first aid procedures

• First Aid kit should include a kit for blood borne pathogens protection

• Inside label of the first aid kit shows minimum contents and quantities

• Factory keeps written, clearly defined procedures for common workplace injuries

Toilet Requirements:

• Factory has at least 1 toilet for the first employees of a particular gender, with an additional toilet for each 40 persons of the same gender employed over 25 persons

• Factory has a cleaning and maintenance schedule with adequate janitorial staff to ensure that the facilities are clean and working at all times

• Facility provides adequate privacy (door with ability to lock)

• Factory does not restrict access to toilet facilities

• Factory provides wash basins with cleaning agents or hand soap and hand towels or dryers and toilet paper, as local customs dictates

Drinking Water Requirements:

• Factory has purified/potable drinking water for each employee that is available at all times

• Access to drinking water is not restricted

• Drinking water containers are kept clean and have adequate protections to restrict any type of contamination from getting into the water

• Employees are provided separate drinking cups to prevent illness and contamination

Drinking Water Recommendations:

• Drinking water is tested periodically to ensure that water is safe

Canteen Requirements:• Canteen staff ensures that any spoiled, questionable or waste food is not utilized and properly disposed

• Utensils, dishes and cookware are properly sanitized after use

• Factory has the necessary inspections from government health officials and maintains records of these inspections

• The canteen staff should have health check annually and obtain the health certificate

• Food is not prepared or consumed on production floor

• Raw food is stored and prepared in a separate area from cooked food.

Canteen Recommendations:

• Canteen staff should wear hair nets

Boiler Operation Requirements:• If applicable, steam boiler must have operation certificate endorsed by local labor authority or certified safety inspector

• The operator of the boiler should be trained on its use with proper occupation certificate

• The steam boiler should be placed in a separate, well-ventilated room. The safety check certificate should be posted on a wall in the room

Water Treatment Requirements:

• The wastewater from washing, dying operation or other hazardous liquid waste streams must be separated

Water Treatment Recommendations:• The wastewater system should be inspected and certified by a recognized government agency at least once a year. Factory should maintain written verification (if available) of inspection and inspection results.

Dormitory Requirements:

• All health and safety guidelines applicable to the factory also apply to dormitory buildings

• Dormitories are not located above any production or warehouse buildings

• Each dormitory floor has at least two accessible, unlocked and clearly marked exits leading to the outside

• The minimum amount of square footage/meters allocated per resident is 20 square feet per person

• Residents should have own bed, an area for personal items, and the ability to secure belongings

• Dormitory rooms should not have more than 12 or 15 residents per room

• Water usage for showering and bathing should not be restricted to limited and/or unreasonable hours of operation

• Dormitory has adequate lighting and ventilation to produce a comfortable living area

• Dormitory will be inspected and certified by local health authority at least once a year. Factory should maintain written verification (if available) of inspection and inspection results.

Record Keeping Requirements:

• Each factory must maintain personnel files for each employee

• Personnel files must include a copy of the best official age verification documentation available in the country of manufacture (i.e. government, passport, travel document, social insurance card, etc)

• Proof of date of hire with signature of the worker

• Employment contracts, where required by law, signed by the worker and the factory

• Application for employment with basic information on the worker such as address, contact information, recommendations, experience and education

• Picture of worker at the time of employment

• Written disciplinary actions taken against worker, where applicable, including the signature from the worker acknowledging receipt of the disciplinary action

Time Card Requirements:

• All factories must maintain and use a time card or electronic bar card system to measure actual working hours for all production workers. Time measured must include in and out times at the start and end of each day

• Attendance sheets may be used instead of time cards as long as they include time in and out each day, lunch breaks, overtime hours, rest day hours and the signatures of workers acknowledging the accuracy and completeness of the attendance sheets

• Time card, bar card and attendance records should be maintained for at least 1 year. Some countries require factories maintain such records for longer than 1 year

Payroll Record Requirements:

• Each factory must maintain a payroll register that proves proper payment of wages to each worker per hour, per day, per month or per piece

• Payroll register must include regular working hours, overtime working hours, gross wages derived from pieces produced or working hours, applicable production bonuses, allowances, applicable deductions, and net wages

• Piece rate and other supporting documentation for the payroll register must also be maintained as proof

• Payroll records must be maintained for at least 1 year. Some countries require factories to maintain payroll records for longer than 1 year

Pay Slip Requirements:

• Each factory must provide a pay slip to each worker for each pay period that details items such as regular working hours/days, overtime hours, piece rate wages (if applicable), gross wages, deductions, and net wages

Working Hours, Wages and Benefits Requirements:

• Working hours will not be in excess of legal limits

• Workers must have at least one day off out of seven

• Employees must be provided with all vacation, sick and other leave as required by law

• Employees must be provided all benefits as required by law

• Maximum hours allowable is 60 hours per week or as otherwise restricted by local law

• Scheduled work hours should be posted for the week and day

• Scheduled overtime hours should be posted for the week and day

• Workers are compensated for regular and overtime hours in accordance with local law

• Employees will not work off the clock

• Deductions will not be made because of low production or quality defects. Example: A worker operating in a piece-rate system cannot be paid less then the minimum wage if he or she does not meet production targets

• Workers are educated on the standard workweek and the factory seeks their willingness to work overtime hours. For workers not interested in working overtime, the factory must be supportive of their decision and will not, in anyway, force or coerce them to work overtime

Child Labor and Documentation of Age Requirements:

• Each factory must meet all host country requirements pertaining to documentation and job placement of restricted age workers

• Each on-site facility contractors (canteen, trimming services, etc) must meet all host country requirements pertaining to documentation and job placement of restricted age workers

• All workers must be over the age of 14, regardless of host country law

• All workers must be over the legal working age within the host country, if the legal working age is at least 14

• All workers must be over the compulsory age to be in school in host country

• All workers must provide valid age documentation

• Workers children are not allowed on the production floor

Prison or Forced Labor Requirements:

• There should be no restriction on free movement of employees in the factory

• There should be no restriction on free movement of employees to work in another factory

• There should be no restriction on free movement of employees leave premises of current factory if necessary

• There should be no restriction on free movement of employees in dorms. A reasonable curfew for security reasons is not viewed as a violation

• There should be no withholding of ID papers, involuntary employee “deposits”, or other practices that would be restrictive to workers

Human Rights- Disciplinary Practices Requirements:

• Harassment, abuse, mental or physical punishment of employees is strictly prohibited

• Monetary deductions are not acceptable as a disciplinary action

• Any claims of harassment, physical, mental or verbal abuse claims by a worker, must be documented with a copy kept in that workers personnel file

• Lockout policies that result in a workers absence leading to failure to receive wages is prohibited

• Bodily pat downs or strip searches are prohibited



Human Rights-Discrimination Requirements:


• Mandatory pregnancy testing is prohibited even if not restricted by host country law

• Verified incidents of denial of employment due to pregnancy status will not be tolerated

• Verified incidents of discrimination, in any form, will not be tolerated

Freedom of Association Requirements:

• Jo-Ann Stores supports employee’s ability to exercise their legal rights of freedom of association

• Verified incidents of illegal termination or other actions due to exercise of legal rights of freedom of association will not be tolerated

with Warm Regards

karthik reddy

From India, Mumbai
karthikms2000
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Dear Mr.Ramesh,
where do you belong to? i have law profiles for all the states. Also you mentioned that you want the Abstract of Acts belongs to Dairy industry.
If you need further info you can contact directly at 9966389639
With Warm Regards
Karthik Reddy

From India, Mumbai
revika
Please suggest
There was an employee in my company who had been found absconded.Now we got to know that person has joined some other company by showing fake experience on a relatively higher salary. And is distracting the current employees of my company by asking them to follow the same fraud.
I want to showcase the story on notice board stating that the employees need not to listen to such people or else the actions would be taken against them.
Please suggest the matter to be written on notice board.

From India, Delhi
vamsi256
6

Hello Sir Can anyone provide me the Legal Requirements for constructions sites for Rajasthan, karnataka and maharastra. Thanks and regards vamsi akunuri
From India, Vadodara

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