Summary of Alaska Child Labor Law Poster
The Summary of Alaska Child Labor Law is a child labor law poster by the Alaska Department Of Labor and Workforce Development. This is an optional poster, so while it is recommended that you post this if it is relevant to your employees, you are not required to by the Department Of Labor and Workforce Development.
This poster is optional to post and may be posted in a place where any person under age 18 is employed in Alaska. It specifies rules on the number of hours and work times that can be assigned to minors of different ages and specifies certain exemptions to various child-labor regulations. It must be printed landscape on 8 1/2" x 14" paper. Minors of any age under 18 are prohibited from working more than 6 days per week. Minors under the age of 14 are restricted to work most occupations unless it is newspaper sale/delivery, baby-sitting, or the entertainment industry (other restrictions for minors of age 14-15 are listed on poster). Hours may be limited depending on if a minor is attending a school or during school vacations. Minors are allowed to take breaks if they work six consecutive hours. The poster also contains information on when a minor is permitted to serve alcohol.
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ALASKA YOUTH UNDER THE AGE OF 14 MAY WORK ONLY IN THE FOLLOWING OCCUPATIONS: 1. Newspaper sales and delivery. 2. Baby -sitting, handiwork and domestic employment in or about private homes. 3. The entertainment industry, with an approved work permit from the Alaska Wage and Hour Administration. 14 & 15 YEAR OLDS: WHEN SCHOOL IS IN SESSION. Hours will be limited to a total of nine hours of school attendance plus employment in any one day; work will be performed only between the hours of 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. and total hours worked will be limited to 23 in any week. DURING SCHOOL VACATIONS. Work hours will be limited to 40 hours per week between the hours of 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. MINORS 17 AND UNDER CANNOT BE EMPLOYED IN: 1. Occupations in manufacturing, handling or use of explosives. 2. Occupations of motor vehicle driver or helper (some limited restrictions). 3. Mining operations including coal. 4. Logging or occupations in the operations of any sawmill, lathe mill, shingle mill or cooperage. 5. Operation of power -driven woodworking machines. 6. Occupations with exposure to radioactive su bstances and to ionizing radiation. 7. Operation of elevators or other power -driven hoisting apparatus. 8. Operation of power -driven metal forming, punching and shearing machines. 9. Occupations involving slaughtering, meat packing, processing or rendering . 10. Occupations involved in the operation and cleaning of power -driven bakery machines. 11. Occupations involved in the operation of power -driven paper products machines. 12. Occupations involved in the manufacture of brick, tile and kindred products. 13 . Occupations involved in the operation and cleaning of circular saws, band saws, and guillotine shears. 14. Occupations involved in wrecking, demolition and shipwrecking operations. 15. Occupations involved in roofing operations. 16. Occupations involved with excavation operations. 17. Electrical work with voltages exceeding 220, or outside erection or repair and meter testing including telegraph and telephone lines. 18. Occupations involving exposure to bloodborne pathogens. 19. Occupations involved in c anvassing, peddling, solicitation of door -to-door contributions, or acting as an outside salesman Rev 2/2018 FEDERAL STATUTES ARE IN SOME CASES STRICTER THAN STATE STATUTES FOR FEDERAL INFORMATION, CONTACT THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AT 1 -866 -487 -9243 ADDITIONAL RESTRICTIONS FOR 14 & 15 YEAR OLDS: 1. Occupations in manufacturing, mining or processing, including workrooms or places where goods are manufactured, mined or otherwise processed. 2. Occupations involved in operation of power -driven machi nery other than office machines. 3. Occupations in construction (including demolition and repair) except office work. 4. Any work in an establishment that serves alcoholic beverages. 5. Public messenger service. 6. Occupations in or about canneries, exce pt office work. 7. Work performed in or about boilers, engine rooms or retorts. 8. Work involved with maintenance or repair of the establishment’s machines or equipment. 9. Occupations that involve working from windowsills, ladders, scaffolds or their subs titutes. 10. Occupations handling or operation of power -driven food slicers, grinders, choppers, cutters and bakery type mixers. 11. Work in freezers, meat coolers, or preparation of meat for sale. 12. Loading/unloading to or from trucks, railroad cars or conveyers. 13. Occupations in warehouses and storage except office and clerical work. 14. Occupations involving use of sharpened tools. 15. Occupations in transportation of persons or property except office or sales work. BREAKS: A minor under 18 yea rs of age who is scheduled to work six consecutive hours is entitled to a 30 -minute break during the workday. A minor under 18 who works five consecutive hours is entitled to a 30 -minute break before continuing to work. ALCOHOL: All minors 16 and u nder must have a work permit on file with the Department. If the employer has a restaurant designation and is licensed to sell alcohol, then all minors 17 years of age must also have an approved work permit. TOBACCO & PULL -TABS: AS 11.76.106 restrict s access to areas where tobacco and tobacco products are sold. Minors under 19 may not sell tobacco or tobacco products in the course of their employment. 15 AAC 160.480(b) prohibits the sale of pull -tabs by anyone under the age of 21. MARIJUANA & CANNAB IS INDUSTRY : AS 17.38.070 restricts the employment of persons under the age of 21 from working in any and all branches of the cannabis/marijuana industry, including but not limited to planting, cultivating , harvesting, processing, packaging, transporting or selling. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: ALASKA WAGE AND HOUR ADMINISTRATION 1251 Muldoon Road, Suite 113 1111 W. 8 th Street, Suite 302 675 7 th Avenue, Station J -1 Anchorage, AK 99504 Juneau, AK 99802 -1149 Fairbanks, AK 99701 (907) 269 -4900 (907) 465 -4842 (907) 451 -2886 HOURS OF WORK RESTRICTIONS: NO MINOR UNDER 18 MAY WORK MORE THAN 6 DAYS IN ANY WORK WEEK SUMMARY OF ALASKA CHILD LABOR LAW
Other Alaska Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS
There are an additional four optional and mandatory Alaska labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
|Poster Name||Poster Type|
|Mandatory Notice to Employees - Unemployment Insurance||Unemployment Law|
|Mandatory Emergency Information||Miscellaneous Law|
|Mandatory Summary of Alaska Wage & Hour Act||Minimum Wage Law|
|Mandatory Safety and Health Protection on the Job Poster||Job Safety Law|
|Mandatory Alaska Sexual Harassment Poster||General Labor Law Poster|
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