Thursday, June 2, 2011

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (RAILWAY BOARD)
No:ERB-1/2011/18 New Delhi dated 25.05.2011
Ministry of Railways(Railway Board) have decided to constitute a High power Committee to review the duty hours of running and other safety categories of staff on Railways under the chairmanship of Sri DP Tripathi, Ex Secretary, Ministry of Food processing Industries. The other members of the committee will be as under.
i) Sri VK Manglik, Ex GM, West Central Railway - Member.
ii) Sri. MS Khan, Ex.AM/Finance/Railway Board -Member
iii) Sri DS Baveja,Ex CEE, Western Railway - Member
Sri Anil Kumar Gulati, Chairman, HRRC, Railway Board will be Secretary to the Committee.
2. The Committee would examine, review and recommend on the following
i) Daily/weekly duty hours and rest at head quarters and out station for the running staff in all categories of trains.
ii)To review list of safety categories on the Railways, and recommend daily/weekly duty hours and weekly off for the staff in safety categories.
iii)Monetary compensation for work beyond duty hours/breach of rest in exigencies of service for running staff/staff in safety categories.
iv) Resting facilities and other provisions for out station rest of running staff , and
v) Any other issue ancillary to the above or which may be specifically referred to the committee by the Railway Board during its tenure.
3) The head quarter of the committee will be at New Delhi.
4) The tenure of the committee shall be for one year from the date of its constitution.
Shiv Dan Singh
Joint Secretary(Goz)
Railway Board.

1 comments:

Western Railway Motormens Association said...

Railway Board constituted Running Allowance Committee, than Fast Track Committee in recent past and the outcome of these committee is in the scrap basket. Now we hope the High Power Committee will consider the hard working conditions of Running Staff and the working Hours will be decided with consideration of the weekly working hours (40 only) of Ministerial staff who is working in a routine and having night in bed with out owing any risk of life. The HPC should also consider the Rest Hours required to Loco running staff as others are working only 5 days and getting more than 60 hrs rest every week, where as the Loco running staff need more rest than all other staff.

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