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CIS 88-1416 Factories Ordinance No.45 of 1942 [Sri Lanka]
Ordinance reprinted from Vol.V of the Revised Edition of the Legislative Enactments of Ceylon (1956). It covers: general provisions relating to workers' health, safety and welfare; special provisions (removal of dusts and fumes; meals in certain dangerous trades; eye protection in certain processes; shuttle threading by mouth suction; prohibition of the use of white phosphorus in the manufacture of matches; underground rooms; laundries; lifting of excess weights); notification of occupational accidents and diseases; employment of women and young persons; special applications (electrical stations; institutions; harbour facilities and ships; construction work; home work). Administrative and legal provisions are also given in detail. The Ordinance was originally enacted by the colonial government of Ceylon in 1942, and was subsequently amended by Ordinance No.22 of 1946. It came into force on 1 Jan. 1950.
Government Publication Bureau, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 1960, chapter 28, p.481-588.