Industrial Establishments

Some articles on industrial, establishments, establishment, industrial establishments:

Industry In Brazil - 1840s-1860s
... With unprecedented industrial growth, multiple manufacturing establishments appeared, dedicated to such diverse products as melting of iron and metal ... One of the main establishments created at this period was the metallurgical factory Ponta da Areia (In English Sand Tip), in the city of NiterĂ³i, that ... Other improvements came with the establishment of factories and forges geared for the production of equipment and pieces for textile manufacture ...
Economy Of The Empire Of Brazil - Economy - Industry - Growth
... With unprecedented industrial growth, multiple manufacturing establishments appeared, dedicated to such diverse products as melting of iron and metal, machinery, soap ... One of the main establishments created at this period was the metallurgical factory Ponta da Areia (In English Sand Tip), in the city of NiterĂ³i, that also constructed steamships ... Other improvements came with the establishment of factories and forges geared for the production of equipment and pieces for textile manufacture ...
History Of Labour Law - Continental Europe - France
... Finally, in 1885, an authoritative decision defined them as including (I) Industrial establishments with motor power or continual furnaces, (2) workshops employing over 20 workers ... generally to philanthropic and religious institutions where industrial work is carried on, as in ordinary trading establishments and this holds good ... General sanitation in industrial establishments is provided for in a law of 1893, amended in 1903, and is supplemented by administrative regulations for special risks due to poisons, dust ...

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    Predatory capitalism created a complex industrial system and an advanced technology; it permitted a considerable extension of democratic practice and fostered certain liberal values, but within limits that are now being pressed and must be overcome. It is not a fit system for the mid- twentieth century.
    Noam Chomsky (b. 1928)