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Factories Act,1948

Factories Act,1948

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Published by: samrulezzz on Jul 30, 2011
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Ch. I-introductionCh. II-inspectionCh. III-healthCh. IV-safetyCh. IV-A-hazardous processesCh. V-welfareCh. VI-working hoursCh. VII-young personsCh. X-penalties and procedure
 
Chapter IIntroduction
NEED:
ise of large scale factories in the late 19
th
century.
eport by Major Moore (Inspector-in-Chief of theBombay Cotton Department)-
need to providelegislations to regulate working conditions in factories.
Defects in the Factories Act,1934.
 
Changes introduced in the FactoriesAct,1948
y
Definition of ³factory´-10(power),20(others).
y
Distinction between seasonal and non-seasonalfactories was abolished.
y
Power to state government.
y
Exception to establishments where work is done bymembers of family.
y
Clear requirements for health, safety and welfare.
y
Min. age of children raised from 12 to 14yrs.and dailyhours reduced from 5hrs. to 4.5hrs.

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