Industrial Relations Act 1946
Definitions for purposes of Part IV.
34.—In this Part—
F32[the expression “employment regulation order” means an order made under section 42C (inserted by section 12 of the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2012) of this Act;]
the expression “establishment order” means an order made under section 35 of this Act;
the word “inspector” means a person appointed an inspector under section 51 of this Act;
the expression “joint labour committee” means a committee established under section 35 of this Act;
the expression “statutory conditions of employment” means, in relation to a worker to whom an employment regulation order, which fixes conditions of employment, applies, the conditions of employment fixed by the order in respect of that worker;
the expression “statutory minimum remuneration” means, in relation to a worker to whom an employment regulation order, which fixes remuneration, applies, the remuneration fixed by the order in respect of that worker.
Substituted (1.08.2012) by Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2012 (32/2012), s. 10, S.I. No. 302 of 2012.
Modifications (not altering text):
Definition of “joint labour committee” extended (18.05.1976) by Industrial Relations Act 1969 (15/1976), s. 4(2), commenced on enactment.
Establishment of joint labour committee for agricultural workers.
(2) Sections 35 to 40 of the Principal Act shall not apply to the joint labour committee established under this section but that committee shall, subject to section 5 of this Act, be deemed to be a joint labour committee within the meaning of section 34 of the Principal Act.