And The Reduction Of Working Time In The Glass To The Bottle Production

Original Language Title: a reduction of working time in the glass to the bottle production

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354/1938 Coll. Draft Convention on reduction of working time in glassworks, for the production of bottles. On behalf of the Republic of Czech-Slovak. At the nineteenth session of the International Labour Conference has been agreed that the draft Convention: (Translation). Draft Convention (no. 49) on the reduction of working time in glassworks, for the production of bottles. The General Conference of the International Labour Organisation, gathered in Geneva on 4 June 1935, at its nineteenth session, Considering that the reduction of working hours is a matter of the daily agenda of the sixth session, potvrdivši principle laid down in the Convention on čtyřicetihodinové working time of the year. 1935 regarding also maintaining the living standards of workers and decided upon immediately bring it to shorten working hours in glassworks, for the production of bottles, adopted on 25 June 1935 with the draft convention, which will be called the Convention on the reduction of working time (glassworks, for the production of bottles) from 1935 Art. the first 1. This Convention applies that persons who work in glass works where bottles are produced by automatic machines in shifts (in working groups) associations and are employed in connection with generators, tank treatment, automatic machinery, solution heat treatment as well as for ancillary works which this activity brings. 2. For the purposes of this Convention, the term "bottle" similar glass articles produced by the same performances as bottles. Article 2. 1. the Persons covered by this Convention, shall be employed under a system providing for at least four shifts. 2. The working time of such persons shall not exceed an average of forty hours per week. 3. This average shall be calculated over a period not exceeding four weeks. 4. the Period of validity of the spell of work shall not exceed eight hours. 5. The period of rest between the two spells of the same shift shall not be less than sixteen hours, but this period may be reduced, if necessary during periodic substitution of shifts. Article 3. 1. The limits referred to in this Article 2, paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 may be exceeded and the rest periods referred to in paragraph 5, it may be reduced, but only to the extent necessary to avoid serious interference with the ordinary operation of the plant and the event of) actual or threatened accident in case of urgent work to be done that machinery or plant , or in the case of force majeure shall; (b)) if necessary to make good the unforeseen absence of one or more members of a shift. 2. The appropriate remuneration for the additional hours worked in accordance with this Article shall be granted under conditions to be determined by national legislation or agreement between the organizations of employers and workers. Article 4. In order to facilitate the effective implementation of the provisions of this Convention, every employer must: and) notify conspicuous position in the works or other suitable place or in any other manner approved by the competent authority, the hours when it begins and ends each shift; (b)) once announced timetable only change the manner and form of the decree, approved by the competent authority; (c)) and the record in the form prescribed by the competent authority of all additional hours worked in accordance with Article 3 and the compensation granted in these hours over time. Article 5. Nothing in this Convention shall affect any custom or agreement between employers and workers which ensures more favorable conditions than those set out in this Convention. Article 6. The formal ratifications of this Convention shall be communicated to the Secretary General of the League of Nations, and it will be registered. Article 7. 1. This Convention shall be binding only upon those Members of the International Labour Organisation whose ratifications have been registered by the Secretary General. 2. It shall come into force twelve months after the Secretary General has been registered ratifications of two Members. 3. Thereafter, this Convention shall come into force for any Member twelve months after the date on which its ratification has been registered. Article 8. As soon as the ratifications of two Members of the International Labour Organisation have been registered with the Secretariat, the Secretary General of the League of Nations shall so notify all the Members of the International Labour Organisation. Notify them of the registration of ratifications which may be communicated subsequently by other Members of the Organisation. Article 9. 1. Each Member which has ratified this Convention may denounce it after the expiration of ten years from the date of the effective date of this Convention, and This act addressed to the Secretary General of the League of Nations and by him for registration. Denunciation shall take effect one year after enrollment in the secretariat. 2. Each Member which has ratified this Convention and which within one year after the expiration of ten years mentioned in the "preceding paragraph, exercise the right of denunciation provided for in this Article, will be bound for another period of ten years and, thereafter, may denounce this Convention After the expiration of each period of ten years under the conditions laid down in this article. Article 10. After the expiration of each period of ten years from the effective date of this Convention, the Governing Body of the International Labour Office shall present to the General Conference a report on the implementation of the Convention and decide if it should be put on the agenda of the Conference the question of its full or partial revision. Art. 11.1st Should the Conference adopt a new Convention revising this Convention, totally or partially, and if any new Convention otherwise provides: a the ratification) will have of the new revising Convention and member without any consequence in regard to the above article 9, the immediate denunciation of this Convention when the new revising Convention comes into force; (b)), from the date when the new revising Convention, this Convention shall cease to be open to ratification by the Member States. 2. This Convention shall in any case remain in force in its actual form and content for those Members which have ratified it, and that would not ratified the revising Convention. Art. 12. The French and English texts of this Convention shall both be authentic. The záruk is the authentic text of the Draft Convention duly adopted by the General Conference of the International Labour Organisation at its nineteenth session, which was held at Geneva and declared closed on 25 June 1935. In FAITH WHEREOF we have appended our signatures on 18 July 1935. The President Of The Conference: FHP Creswell. Director of the International Labour Office: Harold Butler. After examining the draft Convention and knowing that the National Assembly of the Republic of Czechoslovakia agree with it, approve it, and declare that the Czechoslovak Republic that it should the Charter approaches. In faith whereof, we have signed this letter and to him the seal of the Republic of Czechoslovakia gave pressed. Prague Castle on August 26 summers thousand nine hundred and thirty-eighth. The President of the Czechoslovak Republic: Dr. Edvard Marisa vr LS Minister of Foreign Affairs: Dr. k. Krofta vr declares with that instrument of ratification of the Republic of Czech-Slovak was registered at the Secretariat of the League of Nations on September 19, 1938. Pursuant this Art. 7 third paragraph, the Convention shall come into force twelve months after the date on which the ratification was registered with the Secretariat of the League of Nations, ie on 19 September 1939. The index of the Secretariat of the League has been written following the ratification of France (25th and 1938), Ireland (10. VI. 1937), Mexico (21 it II. 1938), Norway (21 Jul 1936 it) and New Zealand (June 29 III. 1938). Dr. Chvalkovský vr

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