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BOCW Act, 1996

1. Are the workers covered under bocw act?

2. Whether workers have their identity card issued by contractor?

3. What are normal working hours?

4. Rest timing?

5. Wages for overtime?

6. Verification of records and registers like muster roll, etc.

7. Drinking water facility (6 meter of any washing place)

8. Latrine and urinal

9. Temporary Accommodation with facilities 10. 11.Creches ( 50 or more women with 6 or less than age of 6 children) 12. 13.First aid boxes

14.Canteen facility (250 and more workers)

15.Safety committee state govt. (500 or more workers)

16.Preventive measures for accidents by supervisor

17.Personal protective equipments for workers

18. Welfare facilities to workers

The Payment Of Wages Act, 1936

1. Responsibility of contractor for payment of wages. 2. Time of payment of wages- whether the 7 day of month or 10th day of that month? 3. Medium of payment of wages 4. Is there any kind of deduction from workers wages and for what reason of the following - Fine - Absence from duty - Damage or loss of property - Service - Recovery of advances - Recovery of loans - Other deductions 5. Registers and records for wages 6. Claims arising out of deductions from wages or delay in payment of wages ( application to be filed within 12 months.) 7. Penalty for offence (for delaying payment of wages within prescribed period or makes unauthorized deduction)) - Punishable with fine which shall not be less than Rs.1500 but which may extend to Rs.7500 8. Penalty for not paying wages on a working day or in current coin- Punishable with fine which may extend to Rs.3750 for each offence

The Minimum Wages Act, 1948

1. The amount of fixed wage rate? ( for specific class or part of state) by appropriate govt. 2. Govt. fix wages for the employment where more than 1000 workers are working 3. Minimum rate ( for time work, piece rate, overtime rate) 4. Different minimum rate as per locality, scheduled employments, adult, children 5. Wage period ( by hour, by day, by month) 6. The basic rate of wages and special allowances(cost of living allowance) or only basic without cost of living allowance, or basic rate, COL rate and cash concession rate 7. Fixing hour for a normal working day 8. Rates of overtime 9. Wages for two or more classes of work 10.Maintenance of registers ad records 11.Inspector

The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Central Board (Central Advisory Contract Labour Board) State Board Prohibition of employment of contract labour Licensing of contractor Welfare and Health of contract labour - Canteen (100 and more) - Rest rooms - Other facilities (drinking water, latrine and urinal , washing facilities) - First aid facilities - Liability of principle employer in certain cases 6. Payment of wages of contract employees 7. Registers and records to be maintained 8. Agreement of contract

The Child Labour (Prohibition And Regulation) Act, 1986

1. Prohibition of child labour 2. Child labour technical advisory 3. Hours and period of work (3 hours before the rest period of 1 hour) 4. And not work more than 6 hours 5. No child should Work hours in between 7 pm to 8 am 6. No overtime work 7. Should not work in 2 establishment at a day 8. Weekly holiday on Sunday 9. Notice to inspector 10. Disputes as to age 11. Maintenance of register 12. Health and Safety 13.Penalty ( imprisonment for term shall not be less than three month or with fine 10000 which may extend to 20000 those who employ any child) 14.Appointment of inspector