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SECTION Mines Act, 1952
   
  Preamble
   
  CHAPTER I: PRELIMINARY
1. Short title, extent and commencement
2. Definitions
3. Act not apply in certain cases
4. Reference to time of day
   
  CHAPTER II: INSPECTORS AND CERTIFYING SURGEONS
5. Chief Inspector and Inspector
6. Functions of inspectors
7. Powers of Inspectors of Mines
8. Powers of special officers to enter, measure, etc
9. Facilities to be afforded to inspectors
9-A. Facilities to be provided for occupational health survey
10. Secrecy information obtained
11. Certifying Surgeons
   
  CHAPTER III: ‘COMMITTEES’
12. Committees
13. Functions of the committee
14. Powers, etc. of the Committees
15. Recovery of expenses
   
  CHAPTER IV: MINING OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT OF MINES
16. Notice to be given of mining operations
17. Managers
18. Duties and responsibilities of owners, agents and managers
   
  CHAPTER V: PROVISION AS TO HEALTH AND SAFETY
19. Drinking water
20. Conservancy
21. Medical appliance
22. Powers of Inspectors when causes of danger not expressly provided against exist or when employment of persons is dangerous
22-A. Power to prohibit employment in certain cases
23. Notice to be given of accidents
24. Power of Government to appoint court of enquiry in cases of accidents
25. Notice of certain diseases
26. Power to direct investigation of causes of diseases
27. Publication of reports
   
  CHAPTER VI: HOURS AND LIMITATION OF EMPLOYMENT
28. Weekly day of rest
29. Compensatory days of rest
30. Hours of work above ground
31. Hours of work below grounds
32. Night shifts
33. Extra wages for overtime
34. Prohibition of employment of certain persons
35. Limitation of daily hours of work including over-time work
36. Notices regarding hours of work
37. Supervising staff
38. Exemption from provisions regarding employment
39. Power to make exempting rules
40. Employment of persons below eighteen years of age
41. Certificate of fitness
42. Effect of certificate of fitness granted to adolescents
43. Power to require medical examination
44. Working hours for adolescent not certified to be fit for work as adults
45. Prohibition of the presence of persons below eighteen years of age in a mine
46. Employment of women
47. Disputes as to age
48. Register of persons employed
   
  CHAPTER VII: LEAVE WITH WAGES
49. Application of Chapter
50. Leave defined
51. Calendar year defined
52. Annual leave wages
53. Wages during leave period
54. Payment in advance in certain cases
55. Mode of recovery of unpaid wages
56. Power to exempt mines
   
  CHAPTER VIII: REGULATIONS, RULES AND BYE-LAWS
57. Power of Central Government to make regulations
58. Power of Central Government to make rules
59. Prior publication of regulations and rules
60. Power to make regulations without previous Publications
61. Bye-laws
61-A. Laying of regulations, rules and bye-laws before parliament
62. Posting of abstracts from Act, regulations etc
   
  CHAPTER IX: PENALTIES AND KPROCEDURE
63. Obstruction
64. Falsification of records
65. Use of false certificates of fitness
66. Omission to furnish plans etc
67. Contravention of provisions regarding employment of labour
68. Penalty for employment of persons below eighteen years of age
69. Failure to appoint manager
70. Notice of accidents
71. Owner etc. to report to Chief Inspector in certain cases
72. Obligations of persons employed in a mine
72-A. Special provision for contravention of certain regulations
72-B. Special provision of contravention of order under section 22
72-C. Special provision for contravention of law with dangerous results
73. General provision of disobedience of others
74. Enhanced penalty after previous conviction
75. Prosecution of owner, agent or manager
76. Determination of owner in certain cases
77. Exemption of owner, agent or manager in certain cases
78. Power of court to make orders
79. Limitation of prosecutions
80. Cognizance of offences
80-A. Special provision regarding fine
81. Reference to Committee in lieu of prosecution in certain cases
   
  CHAPTER X: MISCELLANEOUS
82. Decision of question whether a mine is under this Act
83. Power to exempt from operation of Act
84. Power to alter on rescind any orders
85. Application of Act to mines belonging to Government
85-A. Persons required to give notice etc. legally bound to do so
85-B. Signing of returns, notices etc
85-C. No fee or charge to be realised for facilities and conveniences
86. Application of certain provision of Act 63 of 1948 to mines
87. Protection of action taken in good faith
88. Repeal of Act 4 of 1923 Rep by the Repealing and Amending Act. 1959 (36 of 1957) S.2 and Sch.1
 
 
 

 

 

 

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