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For Obtaining Factory License


a) In case of MAH factories I st stage Permission from the Government should be obtained regarding the suitability of site. Application should be submitted to the Site Appraisal C ommittee constituted as per section 41 A of the Factories Act Documents : Application form Environment Impact Assessment Report Risk Analysis Report (15 copies of the application form and related documents should be sumbitted to the Member Secretary) b) In the case of other Factories Permit has to be obtained for constructing a factory building or taking into use a building as a factory. Authority issuing permits Up to 9 workers 10 to 20 workers (except cashew factories) and all factories in special economic zone No permit needed Respective Joint Directors of Factories & Boilers in the region

C ashew factories and factories employing more than Director of Factories & Boilers 20 workers Documents: Application in Form No. 1 Receipted chalan in original. (See Appendix)) Flow chart and brief description of the manufacturing process. Site plan drawn to a scale of 1:400 duly signed by the occupier and draftsman. (The roads, drains, buildings, the set back from boundaries, details of open space, distance from highways, roads etc has to be shown. (3 copies) Plan, elevation and gross section of all the buildings showing the detials of passages, means of escape during fire, details of lighting and ventilation (3 copies) (duly signed by draftsman & occupier) Machinery layout indicating the power of each machine and showing the number of persons employed in each section, duly signed by draftsman and occupier (3 copies) The details of rain water harvesting arrangements adopted to be shown in the plan. In the case of hazardous and polluting industries, enclose N.O.C from Kerala State Pollution C ontrol Board. Approval of site by C hief Town Planner. In case of factories using forest, produce N.O.C . from Divisional Forest Officer. For additional construction and additional installation of machinery permit has to be obtained. The validity of permit is for one year. If the construction is not over within one year, the permit has to be revalidated. The authority for revalidting the permit is the authority who has issued the permit. 2 nd stage

Issue of Licence Licence issuing /renewing Authorities


Factories 1. Sec 2(m) factories Sec 85 factories Issue of Licence Director of Factories & Boilers Regional Joint Director of Factories & Boilers Renewal Regional Joint Director of Factories & Boilers Regional Joint Director of Factories & Boilers Documents to be submitted to Divisional Inspector of Factories Divisional Inspector of Factories.

Transfer, amendment and issue of duplicate licence are done by the concerned regional Joint Director of Factories & Boilers. (see fee schedule) The authority to suspend licence is Director of Factories & Boilers. The application to be forwarded through Inspector of Factories & Boilers or directly. Application for licence has to be submitted after completion of construction. Documents :

Application in Form No. 2 (3 copies) Licence fee vide remitted chalan (as per fee schedule) Stability certificate in Form No. 3 Documents to prove ownership The validity of licence in for one year. The licence may be renewed for a period upto 5 years.

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For Obtaining Factory License


Licence fees and renewal fee are the same. The documents for renewal has to be submitted on or before 31 st October every year. The application received after that date will be accepted only with additional fee as given below. Before the expiry of the licence period (up to December 31 st) - 25% of the normal fees as additional fee. After the expiry of the licence period (after December 31 st) - 50% of the normal fees as additional fee.
For Services under the Indian Boiler Act

Registration and certification of Boiles as per the purview in the Indian Boiler Act and the rules framed their under the Indian Boiler Regulations 1950. Folder shall be submitted to the Director of Factories & Boilers with the requested fee as per the schedule. Steam line drawings shall also submitted for approval (scrutiny fee see schedule) Annual inspection and certification and is carried out by the Inspectors concerned. For manufacture of Boilers Design drawings (4 copies) should be submitted for the approval with design, calculations (fee details as per appendix)
Returns: 1. Half yearly returns - Form No. 22 To be submitted in duplicate before 15th July to the concerned Divisional Inspector of Factories & Boilers/Additional Inspector of Factories and Boilers 2. Annual return: - Form No. 21 To be submitted in duplicate before 31st January to the concerned Divisional Inspector of Factories & Boilers /Additional Inspector of Factories and Boilers Accidents Reports of all dangerous occurrences and reportable accidents should be reported in Form 18A and Form 18 respectively.

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