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House Bill 1367

House Bill 1367

ARCHIVE (2001)

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DIGEST OF HB1367 (Updated April 3, 2001 3:12 PM - DI 84)

Limitations on the employment of children. Provides that the limitation on employment of children does not apply to children employed by a parent or a person standing in place of a parent, except for provisions concerning underage employment, employment during school hours, and employment in hazardous occupations designated by federal law. Requires an employer to give a child a rest break of at least 30 minutes if the child is scheduled to work at least six consecutive hours. Exempts camps operated by nonprofit groups from the rest break requirement. Provides that the rest break must be available to the child during the time beginning three hours after and ending five hours after the child begins the child's period of duty. Provides certain exceptions to the requirement of a rest break. Provides that the department of labor may assess a civil penalty for violations of the rest break requirement.
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