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Joint Industrial Council

Joint Industrial Council

HOLMES, Albert Edward (died 1953), retired Secretary of Printing and Kindred Trades Federation, and Joint Secretary of Joint Industrial Council of Printing and Allied Trades of Great Britain and Ireland

RICHARDSON, Henry Marriott (1876 - 1936), General Secretary of the National Union of Journalists since 1918; President Joint Industrial Council Printing Trades, 1930–31; President International Federation of Journalists, 1930–32

DOUGHTY, Charles (1878 - 1956), Recorder of Brighton, 1939–55; Bencher and lately Treasurer of the Hon. Society of the Inner Temple; Chairman of Wholesale Food Joint Industrial Council; late Chairman: War Service Grants Advisory Committee, Special Grants Committee of Ministry of Pensions; Sugar Confectionery, and Preserved Food Trade Council; Milk Distributive Trade Council; Conciliation Board for the Trawling Industry of Hull; Furniture Trades Jt Industrial Council; Retail Food Trade Industrial Council; Agricultural Wages Board

HUMPHRIES, Albert (Edward) (died 1935), Chairman and Vice-Chairman in alternate years of National Joint Industrial Council for the Flour Milling Industry since its inception in 1919; for many years Chairman Executive Committee National Inst Agricultural Botany

TIMPSON, John (1863 - 1937), JP; Governor and Vice-President, Royal Portsmouth Hospital; Company Director; Chairman of City of Portsmouth Passenger Transport Committee; Chairman of National Joint Industrial Council for Passenger Transport Industry; Chairman of Portsmouth Employment Committee

GIBSON, Herbert Mellor (1896 - 1954), JP Manchester; Director Colonial Development Corporation since 1948; Director Co-operative Wholesale Society, Ltd; Chm. English and Scottish Joint Co-operative Wholesale Society, Ltd; Director Marcom Ltd; Director Manchester Ship Canal Co.; Member of Joint Industrial Council of the Soap, Candle, and Edible Fats Industries

SHAW, Arthur (1880 - 1939), JP; General Secretary National Union of Dyers, Bleachers and Textile Workers; Secretary National Association of Unions in the Textile Trade; Joint Secretary National Wool (and allied) Textile Industrial Council; Member of TUC General Council; Member Unemployment Insurance Statutory Committee since 1934; Member of Committee on Pensions for Unmarried Women, 1938

PURVES, Thomas Fortune (1871 - 1950), President, Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1929–30 (elected Hon. Member, 1948); President, Institution of Post Office Electrical Engineers, 1922–33; Chairman, Engineering Joint Council, 1930–31; President, Burns Club of London, 1931–32; President, Border Counties Association of London, 1933–46; Member of General Board, National Physical Laboratory, 1929–37, Assessor to Advisory Council, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1920–33; Hon. Member, Electro-technische Verein, 1930–39; Member of General Council and of Engineering Divisional Council, British Standards Institution, 1934–42; Member, Board of Managers, Royal Institution, 1935–39; Member, Grand Council of Federation of British Industries, 1942–48; Member of Council, British Electrical Industries Research Association, 1937–48

GREENLY, John Henry Maitland (1885 - 1950), Chairman, since 1937 and Director, since 1929, Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd; Director: Power Securities Corp., Ltd, Cape Asbestos Co., Ltd, Phoenix Assurance Co. Ltd; Chairman, British Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association, 1937–49; Member of Advisory Council to Committee of Privy Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 1937–43; Member, Industrial Advisory Panel to Air Ministry, 1938–39; Chairman, Prime Minister’s Advisory Panel of Industrialists on Rearmament, 1938–39; Controller-General, British Supply Board in Canada and USA, 1939–40; Deputy Chairman and Administrator, Fire Prevention Executive, 1941–45; Member, National Advisory Council for Fire Prevention, 1941–45; Vice-Chairman, Fire Prevention (Operational) Committee, 1941–45; Member, Fuel Research Board, 1942–47; President, Institute of Metals, 1942–44. Past President (1938–41) and Fellow, Institute of Fuel; Chairman, Coal-Burning Appliances Joint Consultative Board, 1936; Member of Council, British Coal Utilisation Research Association, 1938–46; Member, Provisional General Purposes Committee, Coal Utilisation Joint Council, 1939–46; Member, Fuel and Power Advisory Council, 1944–46; Member of Council, British Welding Research Association, 1946–50

GOODENOUGH, Francis (William) (1872 - 1940), Joint Hon. Secretary National Gas Council; Intl. Member of American Gas Association; Fellow of Institute of Fuel; Member of Council of Federation of British Industries; Member of Council of London Chamber of Commerce; Vice-President and Member of Executive Council of Royal Society of Arts; Chairman of Education Committee and Honorary Member of Institution of Gas Engineers; Chairman of Advisory Committee to the Westminster Technical Institute; a Governor of the Chelsea Polytechnic; Member of Commerce Advisory Committee, Regent Street Polytechnic; Member of Council of British Gas Federation; Member of Post Office Advisory Council, National Chamber of Trade, Governing Body of City of London College, Advisory Council of Anglo-International Trade Associations, Member of Council of British Health Resorts Association, of Confederation of Management Associations, and of Ibero-American Institute, Member of Industrial Reorganisation League, Council of National Industrial Alliance, Council of Parents’ Association, Member of Board of Architectural Education, RIBA; Member of Council of Advertising Association; Member of Committee of Architecture Club; Member of Commerce Degree Committee of University of London; Member of Oxford University Appointments Board; Chairman of British Association for Commercial and Industrial Education; Vice-President London Devonian Society; Vice-President Kipling Society; Vice-President; British Commercial Gas Association; Women’s Gas Council; Vice-President Institute of Export; Kensington Chamber of Commerce; London and District Centre Incorporated Secretaries Association; Institute of Industrial Administration; Salmon and Trout Association; a Governor of Royal Free Hospital; Chairman of Princess Beatrice Hospital; Hon. Treasurer Winter Distress League; Hon. Treasurer British Institute of Social Service; Freeman of the City of London and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers

FRAZER, Alastair Campbell (1909 - 1969), Director-General of British Nutrition Foundation; Hon. Consultant on Metabolic Diseases to British Army; President: British Food Manufacturing Industries Research Association; British Industrial Biological Research Association; Member, Agricultural Research Council; Chairman Research Committee on Toxic Chemicals; Chairman, Joint ARC/MRC Food and Nutrition Research Committee; Chairman, Safety of drugs Committee, Department of Health and Social Security; Scientific Adviser to Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food; Member, FAO/WHO; Joint Expert Advisory Panel on Food Additives; Chairman, Commissionn I, International Union of Nutritional Sciences; Chairman, Food Section, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry

 

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JICs or Whitley Councils were a product of the Whitley Report of 1918. They were industry-level joint boards of employers and trade union representatives, which were to form the basis of a cooperative system of industrial government. As such, their intended functions included collective bargaining but also joint consultation over the modernization of their respective industries. Seventy-four JICs were established between 1918 and 1920 but most were short-lived and those which survived and continue to exist today primarily act as forums for the negotiation of basic terms and conditions within public services and mature industries. [See Whitleyism.]

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