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Kentucky Free Printable Labor Law Posters Posters Kentucky Child Labor Poster

 Child Labor  PDF

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

This mandatory 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. Hours of permitted work for minors apply to 14 year olds and 15 year olds and up to 18 years of age as long as they show proof of age through their driver's license, birth certificate, or government document of their birth date.


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KENTUCKY CHILD 
LABOR  LAWS  	
 	
 
HOURS OF WORK PERMITTED FOR MINORS 14 TO  18 YEARS OF AGE 	
AGE 	
MAY NOT 
WORK 
BEFORE  	
 	
MAY NOT WORK  	
AFTER 	
 	
MAXIMUM HOURS WHEN S CHOOL IS IN 	
SESSION 	
MAXIMUM  HOURS 
WHEN SCHOOL IS 
NOT IN SESSION  	
14 & 15 
years   7:00 A.M.  7:00 P.M. 
 
(9:00 P.M.  June  1 
through Labor Day)  Three (3) h
ours per day on school day 
Eight (8) h ours per day on non-school day  
Eighteen (18) h ours per week  Eight (8) h
ours per day  
Forty (40) h ours per 
w eek  
16 & 17 
years   6:00 A.M.  10:30 P.M. preceding 
school day/1:00 A.M. 
preceding non -school day  Six (6) hours per day on school day 
Eight (8) hours per day on non-school day  Thirty ( 30) hours per week  	
 	
NO 
RESTRICTIONS  	
16 & 17 
years  with 
Parental 
Permission   6:00 A.M. 
11:00 P.M. preceding 
school day/1:00 A.M. 
preceding non -school day Six and one
-half (6.5) h ours per day on school day 
Eight (8) h ours per day on non-school day 
Thirty -two and one- half (32.5) or forty (40) 
h ours per week    NO
 
RESTRICTIONS   	
“School in session” means  the time established by local school district authorities, pursuant to KRS 160.290.  
Parental or guardian permission  must be in writing and shall remain at the employer’s place of business.   
A  minor may work up to thirty -two and one -half (32.5) hours in any one (1) workweek  if a parent or legal guardian gives permission in writing. A minor may 
work  up to  forty (40) hours in any one (1)  work week 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 peri od. School 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  employer’s place of 
business.    
Lunch Break. Minors under 18 years of age shall not be permitted to work more than five (5) hours continuously without an interval of at least thirty (30) 
minutes for a lunch period. The beginning and ending of the lunch period shall be documented by the employer.  	
OCCUPATIONS  PROHIBITED FOR MINORS UNDER 18  YEARS OF AGE  	
• 	Occupations  in or about Plants or  Establishments Manufacturing  or 
Storing Explosives or  Articles Containing  Explosive Components.  	
• 	Motor-vehicle  Driver and  outside helper on a motor vehicle. 	
• 	Coal Mine Occupations.  	
• 	Logging or Sawmill  Operations.  	
• 	Operation of Power-Driven Woodworking  machines.  	
• 	Exposure to Radioactive  Substances.  	
• 	Power-driven  hoisting apparatus, including  forklifts. 	
• 	Operation  of Power-Driven Metal Forming, punching, and  shearing 
machines.   	
• 	Mining, other than coal  mining.  	
• 	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.  	
 	
• 	Operation  of Power-driven bakery  machines including vertical  dough 
or batter  mixers.  
 	
• 	Power -driven  paper products machines including  scrap paper baler and 
cardboard box  compactors.  	
• 	Manufacturing bricks, tile, and kindred  products. 
 	
• 	Power -driven  circular saws, band saws, and Guillotine  shears.  	
• 	Wrecking, demolition, and  shipbreaking operations. 	
• 	Roofing operations  and  all  work   on  or  about  a roof.   
 	
• 	Excavating  Operations.  
 	
• 	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).  
 	
• 	Pool or Billiard  Room.
Limited exemptions for 16 and 17 year old apprentices and student -learners may apply. For questions , please call (502) 564-3534.  
Minors fourteen (14) but not yet sixteen (16) years of age may NOT  be employed in: manufacturing, mining, or processing occupations, including occupations 
requi ring the performance  of  any duties  in workrooms  or  workplaces  where goods  are manufactured,  mined, or otherwise processed;  occupations  which involve 
the  operation or tending of hoisting apparatus or any power -driven machinery other than office machines; op eration of motor vehicles or service as helpers on 
such vehicles; public  messenger  service;  occupations  in connection  with: (1) transportation of persons  or property by  rail, highway,  air, water,  pipeline,  or other  
means,  (2)  warehousing and storage, (3) communications and public utilities, or (4) construction (including demolition and  repair). 	
 
 	
Education and  Labor Cabinet 
Division of Wages and Hours  
Mayo -Underwood Building  
500 Mero Street, 3	
rd  Floor  
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601  
Phone (502) 564 -3534   
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  
Education and  Labor  Cabinet .” 
 
 	
                        	POST THIS ORDER WHERE ALL EMPLOYEES MAY READ  
 	
PROOF OF AGE REQUIRED FOR MINORS 14 BUT NOT YET 18 YEARS OF AGE	 	
Driver’s License, Birth Certificate, Government Document with Date of Birth  	
PAID FOR WITH STATE FUNDS	        	                            	            	REVISED 	September 2022

Other Kentucky Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS

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