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Notice by occupier. 7A General duties of the occupier. 7B General duties of manufacturers etc as regards articles and substances for use in factories. The Factories Act, And the Gujarat Factories Rules, , as Modified Upto 31st March, Front Cover. India. Printed at the Government Press, yazik.info - download Factories Act, book online at best prices in India on yazik.info Read Factories Act, book reviews & author details and more at .

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Pits, Sumps, Opening in floors etc. Excessive Weight— No worker employed in the factory shall be made to carry or move any load which might cause any injury to him.

Protection of Eyes— If any process is carried out in the factory which involves a risk of injury to the eyes from particles or fragments, suitable goggles or effective screens should be provided to the workers who are working in such circumstances. Precautions Against Dangerous Fumes, Gases etc.

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Precautions Regarding the Use of Portable Electric Light— No portable electric light of more than 24 volts should be used in any confined space or chamber or tank. Explosive or Inflammable Dust, Gas etc.

Precaution in Case of Fire— The factory should take all the practical measures to prevent the outbreak of fire and its spread, both inside and outside the factory. Safe means of escape should be in the factory for the persons, in case of a fire.

Maintenance of Building— The building of the factory should be maintained properly so that it does not cause any injury to the health of the workers. Appointment of Safety Officer— In a factory, where the number of employers is more than than the factory is required to appoint a safety officer. Chapter V Welfare Provisions Washing Facilities— Separate and adequate facilities to be provided for male and female worker.

The facilities should be clean and conveniently accessible.

Facility for Storing and Drying Clothing— The factory should provide a suitable place for keeping the clothes not worn during the working hours and for the drying of wet clothes. Facilities for Sitting— The workers who are obliged to work in a standing position should be given proper suitable sitting arrangements during their rest hours.

First-aid Appliances— First-aid boxes or cupboards containing with necessary contents, should be maintained and provided during all the working hours.

Canteens— If the factory has more than workers employed, minimum one canteen should be provided and maintained by the occupier. Shelters, Restrooms, and Lunch Rooms- A factory having more than workers should provide adequate and suitable restrooms and lunch rooms, with provision for drinking water.

Creches— If the factory employs more than 30 women workers, it should provide a suitable room for the use of children under the age of 6 years of such women. Welfare Officers— If a factory has more than employers, such numbers of welfare officers should be employed as may be prescribed.

Weekly Holidays— No worker should be made work for continuously 10 days without any holiday. No worker should work on the first day of the week unless he has or will have a holiday on one of the 3 days immediately before or after the said day.

Compensatory Holidays— If a worker is deprived of any of the weekly holidays, he should be allowed take that holiday in that month or within the two months immediately following that month. Daily Hours— No worker should be allowed to work in a day more than 9 hours a day. Spread over— The working periods of an adult worker in a factory shall be arranged in such a manner that they do not work for more than ten and a half hours a day including the intervals for rest.

Night Shifts-If a worker works on a night shift, the hours he has worked for after the midnight should be counted in the previous day. The Factories Act, Reference to time of day. Power to exempt during public emergency.

Notice by occupier. Further restrictions on employment of women.

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Prohibition of Overlapping Shifts— Not more than one worker should be given works of the same kind at the same time. You can help correct errors and omissions. Lifting Machines, Chains, Ropes and Lifting Tackles— All parts of lifting machines, chain, rope and lifting tackle should be of good construction, sound material and free from defects.

Spittoons— Every factory shall have a sufficient number of spittoons placed at a convenient place. Nonadult workers to carry tokens.