Agreement Under Factories Act 1948

2. The State Government may impose standards for appropriate and appropriate washing facilities for any plant, class or description of plants or manufacturing processes. Unless otherwise stated, this Act applies to factories owned by the central government or a state government. 4. The government may impose standards for sufficient and appropriate lighting for plants, for each class or description of plants, or for a manufacturing process. 1. The provisions of this chapter are supplemented, in their application to women in factories, by the following restrictions: – 1. Is the State Government satisfied that, because of the nature of the work performed or in other circumstances, the working time of an adult worker in a factory or class or a description of the plants must be determined in advance; it may, in writing, relax or amend the provisions of Section 61 for these workers, to the extent and to the extent that it deems it appropriate and under the conditions they deem appropriate to ensure the control of working hours. This law applies to factories, mines, wharves, yards, plantations, oil fields and other establishments listed on Lists II and III of the Act, but excludes establishments under the ESI Act. The need to increase the total number of overtime hours during the quarter depends on industry demand for plants to do emergency work. The main objectives of the Factories Act, 1948 (FA) are: The Factories Act, 1948 was claimed in 1949 for the whole of India, including the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The Factories Act, 1948 (Law 63 of 1948), as amended by the Factories (Amendment) Act, 1987 (Law 20 of 1987) (2), the sample is divided into three sections and sealed in the presence of the informed person in the presence of that subsection, unless that person is intentionally absent, and effectively divides it into three parts and seals it and authorizes that person to add and label his or her own seal.

3. A certificate of aptitude issued or renewed in accordance with subsection 2 may impose an appropriate ventilation and temperature standard for each plant or class or a description of the plants or parts of the plants and indicate that appropriate measurement instruments are provided in the premises and in the position indicated and that registrations are mandatory. , in accordance with the requirements. , is maintained.