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nathrao108. Display of notices
(1) In addition to the notices required to be displayed in any factory by or under this Act, there shall be displayed in every factory a notice containing such abstracts of this Act and of the rules made thereunder as may be prescribed and also the name and address of the Inspector and the certifying surgeon.
(2) All notices required by or under this Act to be displayed in a factory shall be in English and in a language understood by the majority of the workers in the factory, and shall be displayed at some conspicuous and convenient place at or near the main entrance to the factory, and shall be maintained in a clean and legible condition.
(3) The Chief Inspector may, by order in writing served on the manager of any factory, require that there shall be displayed in the factory any other notice or poster relating to the health, safety or welfare of the workers in the factory.
Refer rule 98 and section 61 of factories Act also.
From India, Pune
KK!HRThe contractor's license is the property of the contractor and not of the establishment in which its contract labour is deployed. The establishment can and should keep a copy of the contractor's license but it need not be the original. The idea is impractical as the contractor could be deploying its workforce in more than one establishment then where will the license be displayed. The contractor could display it in its establishment.
From India, Mumbai
ssushrDr Mr Ramamoorthy
Cement industry is declared as Controlled Industry as per Industries (Development) Act and therefore under Industrial Disputes Act and Contract Labour (R & A) Act Central Government is the appropriate government.
1. As a Principal Employer every cement factory needs to take registration under Contract Labour (R & A) Act if 20 or more contract labours have been engaged through any number of contractors.
2. P E has to maintain Register of Contractors in Form XII
3. Registration Certificate has to be amended from time to time whenever there is change in the contractor or change in number of contract labours of any contractor
4. Display of notice board as per Rule 81 (1) (i) of the C L ( R& A) Central Rules, 1971 showing working hours, weekly holiday, wage period, rate of wages, date of payment of wages, date of payment of unpaid wages and name and address of the inspectors. i.e. Dy Chief Labour Commissioner, Regional Labour Commissioner, Assistant Labour Commissioner, Labour Enforcement Officer
5. Copy of the notice displayed under Rule 81 (1) (i) has to be sent to the Inspector as above.
6. Display of Abstract of the C L (R & A) Act 1970 and Central Rules, 1971.
6. Notice of commencement/ completion of contract work has to be submitted within 15 days in respect of each contract work to the Inspectors in Form VI-B
7. Issuance of Form V (Now Form III) to the contractor whoever is having more than 20 contract labours for obtaining licence.
8. Submission of Annual Return before 15th Feb now online.
9. Witnessing of payment by authorised representative and recording certificate on the Wage Register of contractor
" Certified that the amount shown in Col ......... has actually been paid to the workman concerned in my presence" Now payment is being made through bank you may confirm the payment by taking bank statements of the workers.
10. Additionally you may also check payment of PF and ESIC and PT by taking challans and ECR . You may also check whether any unauthorised deductions has been done by the contractor from the workers to match the minimum wages on paper. such as Advance or Uniform allowance. etc.
I hope if you implement this in your establishment, you need not have to face any prosecution under C L ( R & A) Act.
From India, Pune