19. Whenever the contractor supplies the workers, the contractor must provide the company with a complete list of the address and the names of the workers. 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. 1. The company designates the contractor as a contractor for the supply of labour who carries out the loading and unloading operations in a company vessel when it arrives in that port. (7) Compensation for the benefits to be provided by the contractor, provided that the company pays the contractor on the following basis. 28. The agreement is subject to the provisions of a system established u/s 3 of the Dock Workers Act 1948 and the rules applicable to it. If a provision of this agreement is contrary or inconsistent with a provision of such a system that applies to the use of dockworkers and applies to that agreement, that provision of the agreement is deemed to be null and forth to the parties. 5. The company proposes to entrust the work of loading and unloading the company`s vessel arriving in that port and the contractor has agreed to provide the work for this purpose on the following conditions recorded and agreed between the parties.
8. This amount includes wages and other benefits that are paid to workers that it makes available to the company from time to time and that the current workforce requires, and that the company is not responsible for paying the same. However, if the company is required to pay an amount to the worker as a primary employer under an order (including the rules or regulations included), the contractor should reimburse the contractor within 15 days of the date of the company`s application. The request must be written down. In addition, the contractor undertakes to compensate the company for such an amount and losses, costs and expenses that the company must bear as a result of this damage. 3. Since ships rarely arrive in this port and there is no room for continued employment of workers for loading and unloading, the company cannot employ such workers as its own employees and the company therefore intends to employ labour through the contractor as soon as a company ship arrives in that port. 4. The contractor carries out the activity of supplying labour to each establishment, including work specializing in loading and unloading cargoes of ships at the aforementioned ports and other ports in India and the contractor is licensed under the Labour Contract (Regulation – Regulations) of Abolition 1970.