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Reports of the Chief Inspectors of Factories and Workshops for the years 1884-86

Great Britain. Factory Dept.

Reports of the Chief Inspectors of Factories and Workshops for the years 1884-86

with appendices 1884-87.

by Great Britain. Factory Dept.

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Published by Irish University Press in Shannon .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Factory inspection -- Great Britain,
  • Factories -- Great Britain -- Safety Measures

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBritish parliamentary papers, Industrial Revolution, factories -- 20., 1884-85 [c.4369] -- vol. 15., 1886 [c.4702] -- vol. 14., 1887 [c.5002] -- vol. 17., IUP library of fundamental source books
    The Physical Object
    Pagination594 p. :
    Number of Pages594
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16354438M
    ISBN 100716509202
    OCLC/WorldCa30294628

    This article will focus on the prescriptions of the OHS Act that relate to the ''reporting of work related incidents''. Firstly we need to have a closer look at the term ''incident''. Section 24(1) stipulates that certain types of incidents, occurring at work or arising out of or in connection with the activities of persons at work, or in connection with the use of plant or machinery, in which. The Directorate of Factories and Boilers headed by Director of Factories and Boilers (the erstwhile Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers) looks after registration of factories and boilers, grant of licence, enforcement of safety, health and welfare based on the inspection reports of the field officers for improvement. v) Scrutiny and File Size: KB.

      The campaign against child labour culminated in two important pieces of legislation – the Factory Act () and the Mines Act (). The Factory Act prohibited the employment of children younger than nine years of age and limited the hours that children between nine and 13 could work. The Factory and Workshop Act was a UK Act of Parliament intended to regulate the conditions, safety, health and wages of people working in factories. It gives an example of the serious problems in UK labour law at the beginning of the 20th century.

    PRINCIPAL STATISTICS PLANT & EQUIPMENT Unit. Route - Kilometres Kms. 7, - Kilometres Kms. 11, Track No. Locomotives No. 1, 1,Coaching Vehicles No. Other Coaching Vehicles No. 15, 16,Freight Wagons No. Railway Stations (Excluding Halts) OPERATIONS. In a speech entitled, The Dangerous Trades, Mr. W.E. Walling of Chicago, quoted at length from Great Britain’s Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops for the years .


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Reports of the Chief Inspectors of Factories and Workshops for the years 1884-86 by Great Britain. Factory Dept. Download PDF EPUB FB2

J THE annual report of Dr. Arthur Whitelegge, the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops, is published in the form of a Blue-book consisting of over pages.

It contains a large amount of interesting information, and shows very clearly the magnitude of the work which is entailed in carrying out the inspections necessitated by recent laws passed chiefly in the interests of the industrial classes. The least satisfactory part of Dr.

Whitelegge's report is that which deals with the impurity of the air of factories and workshops and with ventilation. It is evident from the report that the inspectors are encouraged to neglect, or at least to abstain from, taking specimens of air from workshops at all times.

The keynote of this report is recovery from industrial depression. A penalty for increase in work is an increase of hazard and with it an increase in industrial accidents.

Interesting graphs aré given showing how they, vary directly with industrial by: 2. ) '* tn this school there are 90 boys and 30 girls, one*half of each working in the fiictory.

There is a master, and a mistress 70 years of nge. The sub-inspector in his report says, ' the master, who is 50 years of age, can hardly 12 Reports of Inspectors of Factories.

Annual Report of the ~Pubnc THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF FACTORIES AND WORKSHOPS DR. WHITEE, EGGE has again produced a most interesting and valuable contribution to the literature of the Department over which he. The Local Sanitary Authority has the duty of inspecting "Workshops and Workplaces", whereas "Factories en inspected by special inspectors appointed by the Home Office; nevertheless the general sanitary state of factories comes under the supervision of the Local Sanitary Authority, besides which a Home Office Inspector is obliged to report sanitary defects to the Local Authoritv (Factories and Workshops.

There has also been a revival in some of the rural industries, notably the production of Harris tweed. At the end of the year under review, the De- partment had on its registersfactories workshops, an increase of factories and a decrease of workshops on the preceding year.

Annual report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops for the year of Great Britain. HM Factory Inspectorate [ Article, Government publication: ]. Abstract Mayo-Smith's Sociology and Statistics: Sociology and Statistics.

By Richmond Mayo-Smith, Ph.D. New York, Pp. xvi, Reviewed by David. Section 7 imposes an obligation on the occupier of a factory to send a written notice, containing prescribed particulars, to the Chief Inspector at least 15 days before an occupier begins to occupy or use a premises as a factory and at least 30 days before the date of resumption of work in case of seasonal factories, i.e.

factories working for. In the Government passed a Factory Act to improve conditions for children working in factories. 70 years after the first Factory Act. Explain whether you think work in the factory had improved for child workers by this time Extract from a Factory Inspectors report –.

The Lancet PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE INDUSTRIAL DISEASES AND ACCIDENTS IN the House of Commons on July 30th, on the motion for the third reading of the Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill, Mr.

Ri3ys DAViES paid a tribute to the excellent work done by the factory inspectorate of the Home Office and said that the annual report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops. The History of Asbestos Continued A s b e s t o s I n f o r m a t i o n – The UK Court fix “date of knowledge” and “ought to have known” about the hazards of asbestos, dates for the industry.

Workman's Compensation (Silicosis and Asbestosis) Act Article: E. Mereweather & C. Price; Report on the effects of File Size: KB. The Stone Workers of Purbeck - Volume 10 Issue 1 - Michael Edgar, Andrew Hinde The difference between the stone workers and agricultural workers is rather smaller in other census years.

Report of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Workshops for year ending 31st OctoberBritish Parliamentary Papers /XIV (C. ), p. Author: Michael Edgar, Andrew Hinde. To read this short book is only to gain a limited view on Legge’s work. The annual reports of the Chief Inspector of Factories contain far more detailed accounts and also show how problems and solutions unfolded from year to year.

His Milroy lectures on industrial anthrax are a rich source as is his book with Goadby on lead poisoning [3,4]. The Factory Inspectorate was formed in and for the first 60 years it employed only male inspectors.

Alexander Redgrave, the Chief Inspector of Factories was opposed to the idea of women inspectors, saying in his annual report: "I doubt very much whether the office of factory inspector is one suitable for women. With the strong support of organized labor, a Department of Workshops and Factories was created, which included an "Inspector of the Sanitary Condition, Comfort, and Safety of Shops and Factories." The inspector was to visit all factories employing 10 or more persons, not, as with most other early factory acts, just those employing women and.

Good manufacturing practice (GMP) is the minimum standard that a medicines manufacturer must meet in their production processes. and this information is included on the inspection report. Coverage of the Annual Survey of Industries extends to the entire Factory Sector, comprising industrial units (called factories) registered under section 2(m)(i) and 2(m)(ii) of the Factories Act, wherein a "Factory", which is the primary statistical unit of enumeration for the ASI is defined as:.

That the commission took its job very seriously is proved by a Times of India report from July Over the course of the last year, the report said, the chief and assistant inspectors had made 4, observations of smoke emissions. They had also inspected factories, stoking appliances, fuel furnaces and tested : Deepanjan Ghosh.

The State Government may make rules— 1[(a) requiring, for the purposes of this Act, the submission of plans of any class or description of factories to the Chief Inspector or the State Government;] 2[(aa) requiring the previous permission in writing of the State Government or the Chief Inspector to be obtained for the site on which the.Loss of book to be reported to inspector immediately and a new book to be maintained thereafter.

THE FACTORIES ACT, Registers Leave with wages register in Form Rule In any other form with permission of Chief Inspector. To be preserved for 3 yrs from date of last entry. Leave book in form 20 to be provided to every worker not later.Sec.

6 The Factories Act, 5 (a) specifying the area, (b) defining the local mean time ordinarily observed therein, and (c) permitting such time to be observed in all or any of the factories situated in the area.

1[4. Power to declare different departments to be separate factories or two or more factories to be a single factory.-File Size: KB.