Goa Government adopts Business Reform Action Plan, 2019 recommendations; mandates surprise inspections or inspections based on complaints with specific permissions from Head of Department

In an Order dated 1st January, 2019, the Inspectorate of Factories and Boilers of Goa has adopted recommendations of the Business Reform Action Plan, 2019 and has mandated that all surprise inspections based on complaints will be conducted with due authorization from the Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers and the same will be limited to the checklist.

As part of the Ease of Doing Business programme and the Business Reform Action Plan, 2019, the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (Ministry of Commerce, Government of India) has broadened the scope of the inspection reforms with an aim of bringing more transparency to inspection procedures.

In view of the above, the Inspectorate of Factories and Boilers, Altinho, Panaji, has adopted the following recommendations of the Business Reform Action Plan, 2019:

Recommendation No. 66 Mandate surprise inspection or inspections based on complaints are conducted with specific permissions from the respective Head of Department.
Recommendation No. 65 Mandate that inspections (except in case of compliant based inspections) shall be limited to the checklist.

The Order further stated that all surprise inspections and inspections based on complaints will be conducted with due authorization from the Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers. In the absence of the Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers, Officer holding the change of Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers will be authorised to issue such permission. Further to that, it has been mandated that all inspections based on complaints, will be limited to their corresponding checklists.

SourceInspectorate of Factories and Boilers, Goa

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