HC Deb 07 June 1946 vol 423 c399W
Mr. Naylor

asked the Minister of Works if he can make any further statement with regard to the Committee on the salt glazed pipe industry.

Mr. Tomlinson

Yes, Sir. I am glad to be able to announce that Sir Frederick W. Leggett, C.B., has accepted the chairmanship of a Committee which has been set up with the following terms of referenceTo consider and report upon the organisation of the Salt Glazed Pipe Industry, upon measures to increase its efficiency, particularly in the saving of labour and fuel, and upon the attractiveness of the industry to labour, excluding wages and conditions of employment within the scope of the negotiating machinery of the industry.

The Committee includes four representatives from the Employers' and Workers' Organisations respectively, Sir Wilfrid Garrett, formerly His Majesty's Chief Inspector of Factories, Mr. A. T. Green, the Director of Research of the British Refractories Research Association, and and Mr. A. Haselden, a Production Engineer of the Ministry of Supply.

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