Workshop definition

Workshop means any premises (including the precincts thereof) other than a factory, wherein any industrial process is carried on;
Workshop means any building or part of a building in which manual labour is exercised for purposes of trade.
Workshop means any premises (including the precincts thereof) wherein any industrial process is carried on, but does not include any premises to which the provisions of section 67 of the Factories Act, 1948 (63 of 1948), for the time being, apply.

Examples of Workshop in a sentence

  • In: FAO Workshop: Glycemic Index and Health: The Quality of the Evidence.

  • ISCA Workshop (ITRW) Speech and Emotion: A conceptual framework for research, pp.

  • Workshop participants were asked to vote on the challenges and barriers they perceived as most important.

  • ISCA Workshop (ITRW) on Speech and Emotion: A conceptual framework for research, pp.

  • ISCA Workshop (ITRW) on Speech and Emotion: A conceptual framework for research, Belfast, 2000.


More Definitions of Workshop

Workshop means any premises in which one or more employees are engaged in operations in the Industry;
Workshop means any building where work of a light industrial nature is carried out and includes motor repair shops, carpenters’ shops and any ancillary building used for the repair of goods or equipment.
Workshop means that portion of a building or structure used for the servicing and/or repairing of goods and/or merchandise of a type which is sold from the premises of which the workshop is a part.
Workshop means any building or premises, not being a factory whether used as a dwelling or not, and whether machinery is used or not, where manual labour is employed by way of trade or for purpose of gain.
Workshop means an ‘Exploring Being My Own Boss’ workshop or any other workshop specified by the Department of Jobs and Small Business to be a Workshop.