Foundation Training Course for Labour Inspectors of Department of Inspection for Factories and Establishments
Duration : -
01: Bangladesh and global Affairs, labour market related policies and programme, rules and procedures related to government service.
01.01: Historical Background of Bangladesh & Liberation war
01.02: Industrial Policy Of Bangladesh
01.03: Introduction to Bangladesh Constitution
01.03: Fundamental Principles of State Policy
01.04: Government Servants Conduct Rules, 1979 (including case study)
01.05: Government Servants (Discipline & Appeal) Rules, 1985 (including case study)
01.06: File Management, Opening Files, Docketing, Indexing
01.07: Noting Drafting and Summary Writing
01.08: Letter Writing: Different Types
01.09: Office Inspection and Report Writing
01.10: Conducting Meeting and Writing Working Paper and Minutes
01.11: ACR Writing
01.12: Duties of Drawing and Disbursing Officers
01.12: Delegation of Financial Power
01.13: TA/DA Rules with exercise
01.14: Leave Rules
01.15: Pay Fixation, Pension and Gratuity
01.16: Current Charge, Additional Charge, Lien & Deputation
01.17: Gender related concepts and issues (Sex & Gender, Gender Equity, Gender Equality, Gender Mainstreaming, Gender Roles, Gender Needs, Gender & Development etc.)
01.18: Right to Information Act
01.19: Bio-diversity / Climate change
01.5.7.2 Extension Lecture: : --
01.20: Manners and Etiquette
01.21: National Integrity Strategy 2012 & RTI
01.22: Citizen’s Charter
01.23: ICT Policy & Vision-2021
01.24: Globalization/Market Economy
01.5.7.3 Art of Reviewing:: --
01.25: Reviewing is another important component of the module one. Each participant will write a critical review of a book which is to be presented in a session where a faculty member will evaluate the participants' performance. The presentation of the review will be followed by a question-answer session. Of the total books selected for review and presentation, 10% will be from ILO Publications.
02: International Labour Standards, Labour administration in Bangladesh and Labour Laws.
02.01: Role and Responsibilities of Factory and Establishments Inspectors. [A snap shot]
02.02: Introduction of relevant Ministries and Offices
02.03: Industry, Labour and Industrial Relation- Country situation
02.04: Background of Labour Law and Introduction to Labour Law 2006.
02.05: Labour related other Laws and Policies.
02.06: Introduction to different law enforcement authority related to labour, industrial and safety.
02.07: Workplace safety and other recent initiatives of Govt. & other organizations.
02.08: Conditions of service and employment.
02.09: Working hour & Leave.
02.10: Wages/Minimum wage.
02.11: Introduction of Industrial relations/ dispute, TU structure.
02.12: Rights of women workers.
02.13: Rights of adolescent & disabled workers and child labour elimination.
02.14: Occupational Health.
02.15: Workers’ Welfare.
02.16: Occupational safety
02.17: Workers’ Social security.
02.18: Analyzing workplace accidents: Some case studies.
02.19: Workplace accident investigation.
02.21: Field visit
02.22: Field visit. [Factory visit]
02.23: Preparation of Report on Field visit.
02.24: Field visit report presentation and experts’ views and adoption of recommendation.
02.25: The Labour Judiciary (Labour Court).
02.26: The Labour Court
03: Labour inspection and Occupational Safety and Health (OSH).
03.01: Evaluation Method
03.03: Training Methodology and Training Material:
03.04: Medium of Instruction:
03.05: Smoking or Taking Drugs and Alcohol:
03.07: Interpersonal Relations:
03.08: Requirements of the Course