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SUBJECT

Notification No.432/6-PR, Kanpur,
Dt. 10-8-2000

Labour Laws:

The Factories Act, 1948

  • Section 92

    • There should be a classification of offences/violations depending upon their seriousness. The punishment provided should be commensurate to the seriousness of the violation.

U.P. Factories Rules, 1950

  • Rule 7 Registration and Grant of License

    • It is suggested that there is an urgent need to move toward long period licensing so that Entrepreneurs do not have to face problems of annual renewals.

U.P. Industrial Disputes Act, 1947

  • Section 2(F) Retrenchment

    • The utility of the UP Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 is no more; therefore it should be repealed. If such repealment is not considered proper, Section 2(bb) and 2(c) be added to Section 2 (s) of the UP ID Act, 1947.

    • Section 2(bb) relates to termination of the service of the workmen as a result of non-renewal of the contract of employment.

    • Section 2(c) relates to termination of the service of the workmen on the ground of continued ill-health.

    • Section 6 (B) Settlement outside conciliation proceedings

    • It is suggested that Section 18(3) of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 be substituted in place of Section 6 B.

    • Section 18(3) relates to a settlement arrived at in the course of conciliation proceedings under this Act.

Minimum Wages Act, 1958

  • Section 3 fixing of Minimum Rates of Wages

    • It is suggested that 23 categories of employment in Part I of the Schedule and Employment in Agriculture of Part II are excessive categories. It should be limited to two categories: skilled and unskilled workers.

Trade Unions Act, 1926

  • Section 22 relating to proportion of officers to be connected with the Industry.

    • It is suggested that not less than 3/4th of the total number of office bearers be substituted to one half of the total number of Section 22.

Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition Act, 1970)

  • Section 10 prohibition of employment of Contract Labour

    • It is suggested that Exemption under the Contract Labour Act to export oriented shall be granted by the appropriate Government in Time Bound Schedule. So that Export Oriented Units can fulfil the export in the scheduled time.

G O Dt. 3-3-1994 (Labour Department)

Approval of Plants of the Non-hazardous factories (Delegation of Power to Industries Department Officers).

  • It was issued by Labour Department for one year on experimental basis. It is suggested that the validity of this GO be extended permanently.

 

 

ORDERS

Notification No.432/6-PR, Kanpur, Dt. 10-8-2000

G O Dt. 3-3-1994 (Labour Department)