Haryana Govt. too adopts the BRAP, 2019 recommendations; Compliance based, Surprise inspections or Complaint-based inspection for Boilers must be conducted through the Central Inspection System only

With an objective to simplify business regulations and to bring in transparency and accountability in compliance inspections, the Department of Industries and Commerce (Boiler) of Haryana (“Department”) has in an Office Order dated 4th June, 2019, adopted recommendations of the Business Reform Action Plan, 2019  and has mandated thatall compliance based, surprise based or complaint based inspection for boilers in the State must be conducted through Central Inspection System (“CIS”), an Online Portal (www.cisharyana.in).


As part of the Ease of Doing Business programme and the Business Reform Action Plan, 2019, the Department has broadened the scope of the inspection reforms with an aim of bringing more transparency to inspection procedures. In view of the above, the Department has adopted the following recommendations of the Business Reform Action Plan, 2019:

Recommendation 86: Institutionalize a Central Inspection System responsible for undertaking compliance inspections of the departments concerned
Recommendation 87: Design and develop an online inspection system for scheduling of inspections

Key Highlights of the Office Order:

  1. The final inspection report will be made available on website within 48 hours of Inspection.
  2. All compliance-based inspections except surprise inspection / complaint-based inspection will be limited to the defined checklist (attached for your reference).
  3. The surprise inspection / complaint-based inspection will only be conducted after specific permission from respective Head of Department.
  4. Also, the same Inspector will not inspect the same establishment twice consecutively.

Source: Department of Industries and Commerce (Boiler), Haryana

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