What are the Indian standards to be referred to when designing the worker colony?
- Like area per person?
- Amenities to be provided?
- Urinals and washbasin and toilet seats to be provided?
- Area to be provided for laundry purposes?
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Their is the Indian Indenture system in which 2million Indians were transported to labour in European colonies as a substitute for slave labour. The system expanded after the abolition of slavery in the British empire in 1833. Following are some ‘Standards for workers’ accommodation: A. National/local standards B. General living facilities C. Room/dormitory facilities D. Sanitary and toilet facilities E. Canteen, cooking and laundry facilities F. Standards for nutrition and food safety G. Medical facilities H. Leisure, social and telecommunication facilities There is a large variety of workers’ living facilities. When cooking for a number of workers, hygiene and food safety are absolutely critical.
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