Senate Bill 0337
DIGEST OF SB 337 (Updated January 31, 2012 7:43 pm - DI 84)
Child labor law. Provides that a legal entity whose ownership is limited to the parents of an employed child or persons standing in place of the parent of an employed child is not subject to certain provisions of child labor law. Allows a person other than a parent to accompany a child less than 16 years of age at performing arts rehearsals, appearances, and performances, if the person is at least 18 years of age and has received permission from the child's parent. Provides for civil penalties to be assessed by the department of labor (department) concerning employment certificate violations and hazardous occupation violations of child labor law, to be deposited in the employment of youth fund. Establishes civil penalties for violations of late night and early morning work hours restrictions and removes the designation of such violations as hazardous occupation violations. Provides that all blank forms necessary to carry out child labor law regulation be prepared by the department and supplied to issuing officers by means of electronic or printed publication, and repeals language providing that funds to pay expenses incurred by the department in printing and distributing these forms are appropriated annually out of any money in the state general fund that is not otherwise appropriated. Provides that the department may adopt rules to implement child labor law.
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