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Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
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hafeez-khan1Dear Sir, Please Guide, If the factory license is registered in the state, can the Contract Labor Act be registered in the Central?
From India, Palwal
KK!HRIt is quite possible as all the factories have to be registered with the state Factories Inspectorate. In contract labour, it could be state or the Central Government depending on the Appropriate Government as per CLRA Act 1971. Where it is Central Government, the registration has to be by the said government whereas for Factories Act 1948 purposes it is State Labour Department
From India, Mumbai
Madhu.T.KWhat is the purpose of getting the contract licence from Central labour department? Licence is factory specific and it is issued to a contractor to deploy labour in a particular factory on the basis of form VI declared by the factory occupier. If that factory is under the state jurisdiction, obviously, the appropriate authority to issue licence under CLRA Act should also be state. On the otherhand, if the occupier has factories and establishments outside the state and you want to deploy manpower in the factories in the different states, a common licence would be required. In my understanding the single licence system has not come in to force. The Occupational Health.....Code provides for single licence to cover different districts in the state and or different states in India. But currently, you have to obtain the licence to deploy labour separately for each districts. As such the District Labour Officer would be the licensing authority.
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From India, Kannur