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Time Limits for Registration, Renewal, Map Approval and Inspections


  1. Approval of plan and permission to construct/extend/or take into use any building as a factory under - Factories Act, 1948

  2. Sr. No. Category Time limit for approval from the date of online submission of application
    1. Non-Hazardous and non-power Factories 10 Days
    2. Rest of the Factories 30 Days

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  3. Registration of factory - Factories Act, 1948

  4. Sr. No. Category of factory Time limit for Registration of factory from the date of online submission of application
    1. Non-Hazardous and non-power Factories 7 Days
    2. Non Hazardous Factories 15 Days
    3. Hazardous Factories under Section 2cb 21 Days
    4. Dangerous Operations under section 87 21 Days
    5. MAH factories 60 Days

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  5. Renewal of factory - Factories Act, 1948

  6. Sr. No. Category of factory Time limit for renewal of factory from the date of online submission of application
    1. Non-Hazardous and non-power Factories 7 Days
    2. Non Hazardous Factories 15 Days
    3. Hazardous Factories under Section 2cb 21 Days
    4. Dangerous Operations under section 87 21 Days
    5. MAH factories 60 Days

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  7. Registration under Boilers Act, 1923

  8. Sr. No. Category Time limit from the date of the online submission of application
    1. Inspection Within 30 days from the date of submission of application
    2. Registration of boiler from the date of completion of the inspection 30 Days

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  9. Renewal under Boilers Act, 1923

  10. Sr. No. Category Time limit from the date of the online submission of application
    1. Inspection Within 15 days from the date of submission of application
    3. Renewal in cases in which Competent Person is empowered to issue a certificate under section 8 without further referance 48 hours from the date of completion of the inspection
    4. Renewal of boiler in any other case 15 Days from the date of completion of the inspection

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  11. Time limits for Inspection of Factories and Boilers

  12. Sr. No. Category Time limit for Inspection (Frequency)
    1. Process flow chart for randomized allocation of inspectors on RajFAB web portal based on computerised risk assessment.
    2. Major Accident Hazard Factory Minimum Inspection frequency may be 4 Months based on randomized allocation of inspectors on RajFAB web portal based on computerised risk assessment.
    3. Hazardous Factories under Section 2cb Minimum Inspection frequency may be 6 Months based on randomized allocation of inspectors on RajFAB web portal based on computerised risk assessment and subjected to third party inspection or self certification.
    4. Dangerous Operations & Non-Hazardous Factories

    Above 100 workers -
    Minimum Inspection frequency may be 8 Months based on randomized allocation of inspectors on RajFAB web portal based on computerised risk assessment and subjected to third party inspection or self certification.

    20 and above workers upto 100-
    Minimum Inspection frequency may be 12 Months based on randomized allocation of inspectors on RajFAB web portal based on computerised risk assessment and subjected to third party inspection or self certification.

    Below 20 workers (Except Ara Machine)-
    Minimum Inspection frequency may be 18 Months based on randomized allocation of inspectors on RajFAB web portal based on computerised risk assessment and subjected to third party inspection or self certification.

    Ara Machines -
    Minimum Inspection frequency may be 36 Months based on randomized allocation of inspectors on RajFAB web portal based on computerised risk assessment and subjected to third party inspection or self certification.

    5. Boilers Inspection frequency is every 12 Months
    6. Factory Inspection Report Upload 24 hours
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  13. Time limits for Approvals/ Permission for Boiler Manufacturer, Manufacturing & Repairing of Boilers, Repairer/ Erectors, Welders and various activities under Boilers Act, 1948

  14. Sr. No. Activity Regulation/Provision in IBR Time limit Authority /Person
    1. Issue of Welder qualification certificate in Form XII after submission of satisfactory reports 614 5 days Competent Authority
    2. Approval of design and manufacturing drawings for boilers and boiler components made in India 393(a) (i) 5 days for boilers components & boilers upto 20 TPH capacity. (ii) 15 days for boilers above 20 TPH & upto 100 TPH capacity (iii) 21 days for boilers above 100 TPH capacity Inspecting Authority
    3. Approval of materials for boilers and boiler components made outside India 393(b) (i) 5 days, in case of same materials as previously approved for the same design pressure & temperature (ii) 10 days, in other cases Technical Adviser(Boilers)
    4. Approval of design and manufacturing drawings for boilers and boiler components made outside India 393(b) 21 days Chief Inspector of Boilers
    5. Inspection during construction/ manufacture Appendix-J 2 days Inspecting Authority/ Competent Person
    6. Issue of Certificate for manufacture and test 4(c)(1) (i) 3 days for boiler components. (ii) 7 days for boiler Inspecting Authority
    7. Issue of Inspecting Authority Certificate during erection in “Form IIC” 4(c)(1) 2 days Inspecting Authority
    8. Issue of provisional order in Form-V after registration inspection 381(e) 48 Hours Inspector
    9. Assigning of Registration No. for boilers 386(d) 30 days Chief Inspector of Boilers
    10. Steam Tests of boiler 380(a) 30 days Inspector
    11. Issue of Certificate for use of boiler in Form-VI 389 48 Hours Competent Person
    12. Permission to carry out repairs/alterations in boilers 392(iv)(b) 2 days Chief Inspector of Boilers
    13. -Recognition of repairers boilers & steam pipes
    -Approval of Manufacturers of Boiler, Boiler Components, Steam Pipeline, Fittings, Valves, etc. and Erectors and Fabricators and Renewal thereof
    -392(5)
    -Section 4(C) & 4(E) of Boiler Act,1923
    30 days Chief Inspector of Boilers
    14. Transfer of Memorandum of Inspection Book & Registration Book 388 15 days Chief Inspector of Boilers
    15. Submission of Remnant Life Assessment report/ recommendations 391A 30 days from date of completion of inspection/ tests Well Known Remnant Life Assessment Organisation


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    8.    Time limit for Approval of a training institute and any Approval/NOC/Consent under Paperless Services through RajFAB Web Portal

    Sr. No. Activity Time limit from the date of the online submission of application
    1. Approval of a training institute to impart training under Section 111-A(ii) for the requirements of Section 45(3) of the Factories Act, 1948 and Rajasthan Factories Rules, 1951 Within 30 days from the date of submission of application
    2. Any Approval/NOC/Consent under Paperless Services through RajFAB Web Portal Within 30 days from the date of submission of application

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    Time Limits Time Limits Self Certification for factories Notifications and Circulars
    Acts & Rules Acts & Rules Self Certification for Boilers Downloads
    Procedure/Checklist Inspection of factories Procedure/Checklist Inspection of boilers Procedure for self certification Offices and Telephone

    Safety First Production Must.

    Safety is our first priority.

    Your family is waiting for you.

    Use Personal Protective Equipment.

    Store flammable liquids in appropriate containers away from heat sources.

    Place your materials, tools and controls within easy reach, without bending or twisting.

    Do not sweep or blow dust away.

    Purchase safe machines.

    Use the right type of guard.

    First-aid boxes should be readily accessible during all working hours.

    Make displays and controls easily distinguishable and use good lighting.

    Rajasthan

    Office of Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers
    Address: 6c, Jhalana Institutional Area
    Behind Commerce College
    JLN Marg Jaipur- 302004
    E-mail: rajfab.rajasthan.gov.in

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