which reads as follows:
Central Government Act
" Section 62 in The Factories Act, 1948
62. Register of adult workers.—
(1) The manager of every factory shall maintain a register of adult workers, to be available to the Inspector at all times during working hours, or when any work is being carried on in the factory, showing—
(a) the name of each adult worker in the factory;
(b) the nature of his work;
(c) the group, if any, in which he is included;
(d) where his group works on shifts, the relay to which he is allotted;
(e) such other particulars as may be prescribed: Provided that, if the Inspector is of opinion that any muster roll or register maintained as part of the routine of a factory gives in respect of any or all the workers in the factory the particulars required under this section, he may, by order in writing, direct that such muster roll or register shall to the corresponding extent be maintained in place of, and be treated as, the register of adult workers in that factory. 1[(1A) No adult worker shall be required or allowed to work in any factory unless his name and other particulars have been entered in the register of adult workers.]
(2) The State Government may prescribe the form of the register of adult workers, the manner in which it shall be maintained and the period for which it shall be preserved."
The penalty for non compliance of sec. 62 is...
" CHAPTER X
PENALTIES AND PROCEDURE
92. General penalty for offences.—Save as is otherwise expressly provided in this Act and subject
to the provisions of section 93 , if in, or in respect of, any factory there is any contravention of any of the
provisions of this Act or of any rules made thereunder or of any order in writing given thereunder, the
occupier and manager of the factory shall each be guilty of an offence and punishable with imprisonment
for a term which may extend to 2
[two years] or with fine which may extend to 3
[one lakh rupees] or with
both, and if the contravention is continued after conviction, with a further fine which may extend to 4
thousand rupees] for each day on which the contravention is so continued:
[Provided that where contravention of any of the provisions of Chapter IV or any rule made
thereunder or under section 87 has resulted in an accident causing death or serious bodily injury, the fine
shall not be less than 6
[twenty-five thousand rupees] in the case of an accident causing death, and 7
thousand rupees] in the case of an accident causing serious bodily injury.
Explanation.—In this section and in section 94 “serious bodily injury” means an injury which
involves, or in all probability will involve, the permanent loss of the use of, or permanent injury to, any
limb or the permanent loss of, or injury to, sight or hearing, or the fracture of any bone, but shall not
include, the fracture of bone or joint (not being fracture of more than one bone or joint) of any phalanges
of the hand or foot.]...."..
Check whether you mean Sec.62 B of the Factories Act or some other sections/rules.
23rd November 2018 From India, Bangalore