Industrial Relations Act 1946

Records and notices.

49

49. (1) The employer of any workers to whom an employment regulation order applies shall keep such records as are necessary to show whether or not the provisions of this Part are being complied with as respects them, and the records shall be retained by the employer for three years.

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(3) If an employer fails to comply with any of the requirements of this section, he shall be guilty of an offence under this section and shall be liable on summary conviction thereof to a fine not exceeding twenty pounds.

Annotations:

Amendments:

F48

Repealed (1.08.2012) by Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2012 (32/2012), s. 3(1), S.I. No. 302 of 2012.

Modifications (not altering text):

C39

Amount of fines in subs. (2) increased (18.07.1990) by Industrial Relations Act 1990 (19/1990), s. 4 and sch. 1 ref. no. 11, commenced on enactment.

Increase of fines.

4.—(1) A person convicted of an offence for which a penalty is provided in any enactment indicated in the First Schedule to this Act at any reference number shall, in lieu of the fine provided in that enactment, be liable to the fine specified in column (3) of that Schedule at that reference number, and that enactment shall be construed and have effect accordingly.

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First Schedule

Increase of Fines

Section 4 .

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Section

Fine

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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ACT, 1946

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11

49(3)

£500.

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C40

Application of section restricted (18.05.1976) by Industrial Relations Act 1976 (15/1976), s. 7, commenced on enactment.

Modification of section 49 of Principal Act.

7.—Section 49 (2) of the Principal Act, which relates to the posting by employers of certain notices, shall not apply to agricultural employers.