Those 'books' were from the National Dock Labour Board
(DLB), set up in the 1940s to make sure dockers had a fallback wage of [pounds sterling]5 a day.
Dock Section including Dock Labour Board
for one year (2017-18) & SEC-II Supplying drinking water at different places by Water Tanker under K.
CAPT ANWAR: The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) is concerned at the "go-slow policy" adopted by the Karachi Dock Labour Board
as reported in print media.
The scale model, right, featured government office blocks, the New Strand shopping centre and the headquarters of the National Dock Labour Board
as part of a multi-million pound redevelopment.
In Barnard v National Dock Labour Board
, the plaintiff dock workers successfully applied for declarations that their suspensions from work were unlawful on the basis that disciplinary functions which had been lawfully delegated by the National Dock Labour Board
to local boards under the Dock Workers (Regulation of Employment) Order 1947, had then been unlawfully sub-delegated by the London Dock Labour Board
to a port manager .
Michael drew on his own experiences of his early life, telling students how his father had put his name down at the dock labour board
soon after he was born.
John's wife Sheila worked for the Dock Labour Board
, starting in 1955 when she was 21.
The statement further pointed out that the Port authority has successfully negotiated an unprecedented reduction in the Karachi Dock Labour Board
Cess charges by 20 percent.
The Court of Appeal has now ruled that dockers who were registered under the National Dock Labour Board
scheme can sue the Government if they develop an asbestos-related illness.
The latest information released by the National Dock Labour Board
gives the figure as 13,296.
The seminar suggested to abolish Karachi Dock Labour Board
which has outlived its utility.
The National Dock Labour Board
was to move its HQ out of Liverpool and in to Bootle, it was announced.