factories Karnataka amendment 7th August 2023
Contents News/Article Date:7th August 2023
Relating to which Act: The Factories Act 1948; Karnataka Factory Rules, 1969
Penalty under the Act: What are the penalties for factory act Offences?
It is an offence, and penalties will be imposed, imprisonment for up to a year; a fine of up to one lakh rupees; or both fine and imprisonment. Any employee who misuses equipment related to the welfare, safety, and health of other employees, or those connected to the performance of his duties, suffers a Rs.500 fine.
Applicable to which State: State of Karnataka
Type: Parliamentary Affairs and Legislation Secretariat, Notification No. DPAL/04/SHASANA 2023 dated 7th August 2023 issued by Secretary to Government, Department of Parliamentary Affairs and Legislation.
Pertains to: Factories in Karnataka
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And in this instance: This Act may be called the Factories (Karnataka Amendment) Act, 2023.
(2) It shall come into force at once.
- Amendment of section 54: –
- Amendment of section 55.-
- Substitution of section 66.-
Subject: The Factories (Karnataka Amendment) Act, 2023
Attached is the notification