10. Any worker during the period of his work is obliged to respect the rules and regulations of the Port Authority with regard to his movement, clothing and discipline. If such a worker encounters it and the company is subject to a penalty, a loss of money or other expenses, it is the supplier who is responsible and reimburses that responsibility to the company. E. When the authorities terminate the license of the contractor concerned. The contractor is the one who usually distributes wages to workers from the consideration paid by the company. The payment cycle must therefore be mentioned. 4. The contractor carries out the activity of supplying labour to each establishment, including work specializing in loading and unloading goods from ships at the aforementioned ports and other ports in India and the contractor is licensed under the Labour (Regulation – Regulation) Abolition Act 1970. 17. The holder pays wages in the rate prescribed by the 1970 Act, in particular. It is important to mention the purpose of the agreement, including the demand for labour to enter into short- and long-term contracts. The company and the contractor must be identified at the same time as the type of organization and type of business to be implemented.
13. The contractor is responsible for the payment of wages to any worker he employs for the company, when wages are due, the company may appoint a duly accredited representative who will be present at the time of payment of wages by the contractor and will certify the sums paid in the form of wages in the manner prescribed by law. 4. It is the responsibility of the company to give instructions or guidelines on how loading and unloading work is carried out by workers, and the workers provided by the contractor will perform the work accordingly. Monitoring of work in the treaty is of the utmost importance. The licensee may appoint, in accordance with the rules set out in the agreement, a supervisor to supervise the work performed. This will allow for a quick but safe and effective assessment of workers. 20. The company acts in respect of the contractor, its workers in this agreement, through one or more representatives whose name or name is communicated to the contractor as an authorized representative.26 This contract may be terminated by the company or is considered terminated by the company in any of the following events; 29. This agreement is also subject to the provisions of the Dock Workers (Safety, Health and Welfare) Act 1986 and the applicable rules. The company as the main employer, contracting it as a worker and the workers it employs are bound by the provisions of the law and rules. 15.
The contractor and the company keep these records and records containing the data relating to contract work that ends under the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act of 1970 or any other law, including, among other things, with regard to the type of work performed by contract work, and the wages paid to the worker.