DATE :- 12-10-11

Submitted to :Astt.Proff. Jagriti Mishra

Submitted by :Akta Gupta, Arpita Khandelwal, Gnanashree .V, Sinduja Singh, Sravani .K, M.F.TECH:-2011-12.

caste. •The Constitution emphasis on the concept of social justice as one of the fundamental objects of State policy and these protective provisions edify the spirit of Indian industrial laws. sex. •Labour welfare. industrial and labour disputes and factories are items found in the Concurrent List of the Constitution. etc. trade union.Labor Laws and Social Security :•The Constitution of India which provides the jural basis for laws regulating employment and labour in India provide equality before the law and for prohibition of discrimination on the basis of religion. .

1970 Payment of Wages Act. 1996 Contract labour Act. 1936 .Labor laws Labour Laws Unorganized Sector Rural Labour Organized Sector Industrial dispute act-1947 Trade union act1926 Factories act -1948 Building and Other Construction Workers Act.

Social security act Social Security Civil Service Pensions Statutory Pension Superannuation Small Saving Pension & Welfare .

employees and others concerned of their responsibility in making the workplace safer. To promote use of participative approach by employers by involving their employees in SHE activities. Objectives :To take Safety.Introduction :Set up by the Ministry of Labour. . Health and Environment (SHE) at the national level. develop and sustain a voluntary movement on Safety. To promote development of professional SHE management systems at work places. Health and Environment (SHE) movement to different parts of the country. 1966 to generate. To remind employers. Government of India 4th March.

Services Safety Promotional Material Technical Publications Consultancy and advisory services Training & Educational services NSCI Awards .

aims to provide workmen and/or their dependents some relief in case of accidents arising out of and in the course of employment and causing either death or disablement of workmen.Who has suffered an accident arising out of and in the course of his employment.•The Workmen’s Compensation Act. Employer’s liability •The employer of any establishment covered under this Act. resulting into (i) death. (iii) permanent partial disablement. (ii) permanent total disablement. •It provides for payment by certain classes of employers to their workmen compensation for injury by accident. or 2). or (iv) temporary disablement whether total or partial. is required to compensate an employee : 1).Who has contracted an occupational disease. .

for the purpose of securing the safety of workmen . In respect of any injury not resulting in death. the workmen having been at the time thereof under the influence or drugs. or 2). or to a rule expressly framed.THE EMPLOYER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE • • In respect of any injury which does not result in the total or partial disablement of the workmen for a period exceeding three days. the willful disobedience of the workman to an order expressly given. caused by an accident which is directly attributable to1).

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