BOCW ACT 1996 PDF

The Building and Other Construction Workers Act is a social welfare legislation that aims to benefit workers engaged in building and. (27 OF ). [19th August, ]. An Act to regulate the employment and conditions of service of building and other construction workers and to provide for their. requirements as per BOCW Act and Rules. (c) Appendix no Site SHE plan. (d) Appendix no Workplace policy on HIV/AIDS prevention .

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As per Section 2 d of the BOCW Act, ‘building or other construction work’ includes ‘the construction, alteration, repairs, maintenance or demolition- of or, in relation to, buildings, streets, roads, railways, tramways, airfields, irrigation, drainage, embankment and navigation works, flood control works including storm water drainage worksgeneration, transmission acf distribution of power, water works including channels for distribution of wateroil and gas installations, electric lines, wireless, radio; television, telephone, telegraph and overseas communication dams, canals, reservoirs, watercourses, tunnels, bridges, viaducts, aquaducts, pipelines, towers, cooling towers, transmission towers and such other work as may be specified in this behalf by the appropriate Government, by notification but does not include any building or other construction work to which the provisions of the Factories Act, 63 ofor the Mines Act, 35 ofapply.

The Building and Other Construction Workers

Risk to life and limb is also inherent. In view of the urgency attaching to the matter and as Parliament was not in Session, the President was pleased to promulgate the Building and Other Construction Workers Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service Bocq Ordinance, Ordinance 25 ofon 10th June, in order to give continued effect to the legislative protection envisaged in the said ordinance.

Also, in a meeting of the Committee of State Labour Ministers constituted pursuant to the decision of the 41st Labour Ministers’ Conference held under the Chairmanship of the then Union Labour Minister on the 18th May,a general consensus had emerged on the need for the proposed Central Legislation. The Hocw Court has clarified that building and construction workers engaged in factory premises are entitled to avt measures under the BOCW Act.

Hence, the term “building or other construction work” wct defined in a manner that it does not include any building or other construction work to which the provisions of the Factories Act, apply. Introduction There are more than 28 million skilled and avt workers engaged in the construction sector in India.

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Media, Telecoms, IT, Entertainment. More from this Firm. Last reviewed and updated on Friday, January 19, In order to regulate the employment and conditions of service of building and other construction workers and to provide for their safety, health and welfare measures the Building and Other Construction Workers Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service Ordinance, Ord.

In the absence cat adequate statutory provisions, the requisite information regarding the number and nature of accidents is also not forthcoming. Stamp duty and registration of instruments has always been a complex and talked about issue.

Energy and Natural Resources. The Developer further rebutted that only upon such verification by the concerned relevant authorities that the said plots were included in the list prepared by DTCP. This exclusion clause of Section 2 d has been used by employers to evade registration and payment of cess under the BOCW Act. The work is also characterised by its casual nature, temporary relationship between employer and employee, uncertain working hours, lack of basic amenities and inadequacy of welfare facilities.

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Page 1 2 3 Total The Petitioner construction companies which are engaged in construction activities argued that once the undertaking or the establishment had obtained a license for registration under the Factories Act, the BOCW Act was not applicable on account of the exclusion under Section 2 1 d bpcw the BOCW Act.

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The Building and Other Construction Workers

In pursuant to the decision of the 41st Labour Ministers Conference held on 18th May,the Committee of State Labour Ministers had expressed its consensus for the Central Legislation on this subject.

In view of the circumstances explained above, it has been considered necessary to constitute Welfare Boards in every State so as to provide and monitor social security schemes and welfare measures for the benefit of building and other construction workers.

The building and other construction works are characterised by their inherent risk to the life and limb of the workers. In the absence of adequate statutory provisions to get the requisite information regarding the number and nature of accidents was quite difficult and due to this to fix responsibility or to take corrective measures was not an easy job.

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Your LinkedIn Connections at Firm. Copyright Policy Disclaimer Terms and Conditions. However, there have been gaps in the clarity avt enforcement until the courts have stepped in. Since the Bill could not be taken up for consideration adt lapsed. The real estate sector has been one of the top-most contributors to the country’s Gross Domestic Product GDP and employment creation. It is understood that the Central Government is also planning to make amendments 4 to the BOCW Act to widen the scope of applicability of at BOCW Act to enable the respective state governments to implement the Acts and it is hoped that the amendments will truly benefit the construction workers by providing better and safer work conditions.

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Although the provisions of certain Central Acts are applicable to the building and other construction bocd yet a need has been felt for a comprehensive Central Legislation for regulating their safety, health, welfare and other conditions of service The State Governments and Union Territory Administrations have been consulted ID the matter and a majority of them have favored such a legislation.

As Parliament was not in session and in view of the urgency felt by the Government for meeting the longstanding demand for the aforesaid legislation, the President was pleased to promulgate the Building and Other Construction 9196 Regulation 1996 Employment and Conditions of Service Ordinance, Ordinance 14 of along with another Ordinance for the levy of a cess hocw the 3rd November, It is laudable that the Indian government has made welfare provisions for long neglected construction workers.

Although the provisions of certain Central Acts were applicable to the building and other construction workers yet a need was felt for a comprehensive Central Legislation for regulating the safety, welfare and other conditions of service of these workers.