Kentucky Free Printable Child Labor Law Posters Kentucky Child Labor

The Child Labor is a child labor law poster by the Kentucky Labor Cabinet. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers of minors.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it for employers of minors. This poster describes the work restrictions and break requirements for minors as well as requirements for working during school hours and lists occupations that minors cannot work.


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HOURS OF WORK PERMITTED FOR MINORS 14 BUT NOT YET 18 YEARS OF AGE
AG E
14 & 15 Yrs.
16 & 17 Yrs. 7:00 A.M.
6:00 A.M.
10:30 P.M. preceding a
school day/1:00 A.M.
preceding a nonschool day 3 Hours per day on a school day
8 Hours per day on a nonschool day 18 Hours per week
6 Hours per day on a school day
8 Hours per day on a nonschool day
*30 Hours per week (see asterisk below) 8 Hours per day
40 Hours per Week
NO RESTRICTIONS
* A minor 16 or 17 years of age cannot work more than thirty (30) hours in any one (1) workweek when school is in session, exce pt that a minor may work up
to forty (40) hours in any one (1) workweek if a parent or legal guardian gives permission in writing and the principal or head  of the school the minor attends
certifies in writing that the minor has maintained at least a 2.0 grade point average in the most recent grading period.  Schoo l certification shall be valid for one
(1) year unless revoked sooner by the school authority.  The parental permission and school certification shall remain at the e mployer’s place of business.
Minors under 18 years of age shall not be permitted to work more than five (5) hours continuously without an interval of at lea st thirty (30) minutes for a lunch
period. The beginning and ending of the lunch period shall be documented by the employer.
Definitions: Section 1. (1) “School in session” means that time as established by local school district authorities, pursuant t o KRS 160.290.
Minors 14 but not yet 16 years of age may NOT be employed in:  Any manufacturing, mining, or processing occupations, including  occupations requiring the
performance of any duties in workrooms or workplaces where goods are manufactured, mined, or otherwise processed; occupations w hich involve the operation
or tending of hoisting apparatus or any power-driven machinery other than office machines; operation of motor vehicles or servi ce as helpers on such vehicles;
public messenger service; occupations in connection with:  Transportation of persons or property by rail, highway, air, water,  pipeline, or other means, warehousing
and storage, communications and public utilities, construction (including demolition and repair).
1. Occupations  in  or  about  Plants  or  Establishments Manufacturing  or  Storing  Explosives  or  Articles
Containing Explosive Components.
2. Motor-vehicle Driver and outside helper on a motor vehicle.
3. Coal Mine Occupations.
4. Logging or Sawmill Operations.
5. Operation of Power-Driven Woodworking machines.
6. Exposure to Radioactive Substances.
7. Power-driven hoisting apparatus, including forklifts.
8. Operation of Power-Driven Metal Forming, punching, and shearing machines.
9. Mining, other than coal mining.
10. Operating  power-driven  meat  processing  equipment, including meat slicers and other food slicers, in retail
establishments  (such  as  grocery  stores,  restaurants,
kitchens and Delis), wholesale establishments, and most
occupations in meat slaughtering, packing, processing,
or rendering. 11. Operation of Power-driven bakery machines including
vertical dough or batter mixers.
12. Power-driven paper products machines including scrap paper baler and cardboard box compactors.
13. Manufacturing bricks, tile, and kindred products.
14. Power-driven circular saws, band saws, and Guillotine shears.
15. Wrecking, demolition, and shipbreaking operations.
16. Roofing operations and all work on or about a roof.
17. Excavating Operations.
18. In, about or in connection with any establishment where alcoholic  liquors  are  distilled,  rectified,  compounded,
brewed,  manufactured,  bottled,  sold  for  consumption
or  dispensed  unless  permitted  by  the  rules  and
regulations  of  the Alcoholic  Beverage  Control  Board
(except they may be employed in places where the sale
of  alcoholic  beverages  by  the  package  is  merely
incidental to the main business actually conducted).
19. Pool or Billiard Room.
OCCUPATIONS PROHIBITED FOR ALL MINORS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL:
Kentucky Department of Labor
Division of Employment Standards, Apprenticeship and Training
1047 U.S. HWY 127 South, Suite 4 Frankfort, Kentucky 40601-4381
Phone (502) 564-3070  Fax (502) 564-2248 Website:  www.labor.ky.gov “No  individual  in  the  United  States  shall,  on  the  grounds  of  race,  color,  religion,  sex,  national  origin,  age,
disability,  political  affiliation  or  belief,  be  excluded  from  participation  in,  or  denied  the  benefits  of,  or  be
subjected to discrimination under any program or activity under the jurisdiction of the Kentucky Department
of Labor.”
POST THIS ORDER WHERE ALL EMPLOYEES MAY READ
PAID FOR WITH STATE FUNDS
KENTUCKY CHILD
LABOR LAWS
AG E MAY NOT
WORK
BEFORE MAY NOT WORK
AFTER MAXIMUM HOURS WHEN
SCHOOL IS IN SESSION MAXIMUM HOURS
WHEN SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION
PROOF OF AGE REQUIRED FOR MINORS 14 BUT NOT YET 18 YEARS OF AGE
Drivers License, Birth Certificate, Government Document with Date of Birth
7:00 P.M. (9:00 P.M. June 1 through Labor Day)
DEPARTMENTOFLABOR
MCMXLII
Kentucky
Apprenticeship and Mediation
Kentucky Labor Cabinet
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