Industrial Training (Printing and Publishing Board) Order 1968

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
CitationSI 1968/786

1968 No. 786

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

The Industrial Training (Printing and Publishing Board) Order 1968

15thMay 1968

27thMay 1968

29thMay 1968

The Secretary of State after consultation with organisations and associations of organisations appearing to be representative respectively of substantial numbers of employers engaging in the activities hereinafter mentioned and of substantial numbers of persons employed in those activities and in exercise of her powers under section 1 of, and paragraphs 1 and 7 of the Schedule to, the Industrial Training Act 1964(a) (hereinafter referred to as " the Act") and of all other powers enabling her in that behalf hereby makes the following Order:—

Citation, commencement and interpretation

1.—(1) This Order may be cited as the Industrial Training (Printing and Publishing Board) Order 1968 and shall come into operation on 29th May 1968.

(2) The Interpretation Act 1889(b) shall apply to the interpretation of this Order as it applies to the interpretation of an Act of Parliament.

Establishment of Industrial Training Board

2. An industrial training board to be known as the Printing and Publishing Industry Training Board (hereinafter referred to as " the Board ") is hereby established to exercise in relation to the activities specified in Schedule 1 to this Order as the activities of the printing and publishing industry the functions conferred on industrial training boards by the Act.

Membership and proceedings of the Board

3. The provisions of Schedule 2 to this Order shall have effect in relation to the Board.

Barbara Castle, First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Employment and Productivity.

15th May 1968.

(a) 1964 c. 16.

(b) 1889 c. 63.

SCHEDULE 1

THE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING INDUSTRY

1. Subject to the provisions of this Schedule, the activities of the printing and publishing industry are the following activities in so far as they are carried out in Great Britain:—

(a) printing on paper or other material by any of the processes following—

(i) letterpress printing by direct or offset methods or by flexography;

(ii) lithographic printing by direct or offset methods;

(iii) photogravure printing;

(iv) electrostatic printing;

(v) collotype printing;

(vi) screen printing;

(vii) die-stamping or embossing;

(viii) thermographic printing;

(ix) ruling;

(x) cutting, creasing or scoring by letterpress process;

(b) the operations or processes following—

(i) composing or making up either from type, metal or blocks or from positive or negative images on paper or film or on other opaque, translucent or transparent material;

(ii) producing tapes or spools of any kind as part of a composing process;

(iii) for the purpose of reproducing an image, preparing, engraving, etching, cutting or moulding cylinder liners, cylinders, plates or rollers;

(iv) making printers' blocks;

(v) electro-typing, stereo-typing, type-setting or type-casting;

(vi) cutting stencils or preparing screens for the purpose of screen printing;

(vii) for the purpose of printing music, engraving or punching plates or drawing black and white originals for photographic reproduction;

(viii) any chemical, electrical, electronic, photographic, re-touching, inspection, quality control or finishing process connected with any operation or process above-mentioned in this sub-paragraph;

(ix) proof reading;

(c) finishing paper or other material by any of the processes following or by any process similar thereto, that is to say—

(i) assembling, collating, creasing, folding, gathering or insetting;

(ii) cutting, eyeletting, perforating, punching, stabbing or trimming;

(iii) cording, gumming, mounting, stapling, strutting or tying;

(iv) backing, back-lining, binding, case-making, casting-in, covering, end-papering, jacketting, lacing, nipping, pressing, rounding, sewing, skiving, smashing or stitching;

(v) blind lettering, blocking, gilding, glazing, gold-tooling, indexing, marbling, numbering, sizing, sprinkling or varnishing;

where such paper or other material has been printed by a process specified in sub-paragraph (a) of this paragraph;

(d) any process of copying by stencil, silver photographic, electrophotographic, thermographic, diazo, true-to-scale or any other reprographic means;

(e) the repairing of books;

(f) publishing any of the following publications or any publications similar thereto—

(i) books, booklets, calendars, catalogues, diaries, directories or timetables;

(ii) magazines, newspapers, periodicals or professional, technical or trade journals;

(iii) art reproductions, greeting cards or picture postcards;

(iv) charts, globes or maps;

(g) any activities of an editorial character undertaken in connection with the publication in Great Britain or elsewhere of books, booklets, calendars, catalogues, diaries, directories, timetables, charts, globes, maps or any similar publications;

(h) any activities of an editorial, journalistic or similar character or press photography, being activities undertaken in connection with the publication in Great Britain or elsewhere of magazines, newspapers, periodicals or professional, technical or trade journals or any similar publications;

(i) taking and selling photographs;

(j) operating a news agency or a photographic news agency or other photographic agency;

(k) display writing;

(l) the assembly of creasing, cutting or scoring formes or of forming tools for use in the manufacture from paper of either folding cartons or (for use in connection with the display of goods of any kind) showcards or other printed products;

(m) any activities (other than those above-mentioned) being—

(i) related activities incidental or ancillary to principal activities of the printing and publishing industry; or

(ii) activities undertaken in the administration, control or direction of one or more establishments, being establishments engaged wholly or mainly in principal activities of that industry, in related activities incidental or ancillary thereto, or in the administration, control or direction of one or more other establishments engaged in such principal or related activities;

and carried out, in either case, by the employer engaged in those principal activities or, where that employer is a company, by the company or by an associated company of the company;

(n) any activities of industry or commerce (other than printing and publishing activities) carried out at or from an establishment mainly engaged—

(i) in printing and publishing activities; or

(ii) in printing and publishing activities and in activities described in the Appendix to this Schedule, but to a greater extent in printing and publishing activities than in activities described in that Appendix in relation...

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