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The Minor Labor Law is a labor law posters poster by the Louisiana Office Of Human Resources. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers of minors.

This Louisiana poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it in any place that employs minors. It describes the maximum hours minors are allowed to work per day and per week and what hours minors are allowed to work during the school week and during non-school weeks. Additional information describes where minors are not allowed to work, required hours minors must use for breaks, and what happens to employers who violate this law.

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No minor under the age of 18 years shall be employed until the 
employer has procured and has on file an employment certificate for 
such minor issued by the city or parish superintendent of schools.
No minor under the age of 14 years may be employed, permitted,  
or suffered to work except as provided in RS 23:151.
Youths 14 and 15 years old may work outside school hours in various 
non-manufacturing, non-mining, non-hazardous jobs under the 
following conditions, if no more than:
• 3 hours on a school day or 18 hours in a school week;
• 8 hours on a non-school day or 40 hours in a non-school week.
Also, work may not begin before 7 a.m. or end after 7 p.m., except 
from June 1 through Labor Day, when evening hours are extended  
to 9 p.m.
No minor under the age of 18 years may be employed, permitted,  
or suffered to work for any five hour period without one interval of at 
least thirty minutes within such period for meals. Such interval shall 
not be included as part of the working hours of the day. 
There are no time standards for minors 16 and 17 years of age 
regarding the numbers of hours worked per day or per week, 
however, minors shall receive an eight hour rest break at the end of 
each work day, before the commencement of the next day of work.
For purposes of the following items, a day during which school 
is in session will be that designated as such by the local school 
superintendent for the school district in which the minor resides.
 .  No minor 16 years of age who has not graduated from high 
school shall be employed, or permitted, or suffered to work 
between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. prior to the start 
of any school day. 
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o minor 17 years of age who has not graduated from high 
school shall be employed, or permitted, or suffered to work 
between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. prior to the start 
of any school day.

.   No minor under 16 years of age who has not graduated from 
high school shall be employed, or permitted, or suffered to work 
between the hours of  7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., except from 
June 1 through Labor Day, at which time the permissible hours 
are extended to 9:00 p.m.

.   No minor under the age of 16 years shall be employed, 
permitted, or suffered to work more than three hours each day 
on any day when school is in session, nor more than eighteen 
hours in any week when school is in session.	
Prohibited Employment
Minors (except those indentured as apprentices in accordance with 
Chapter 4 of Revised Statutes, Title 23) shall not be employed, 
permitted, or suffered to work in the following occupations:

.  In oiling, cleaning, or wiping machinery or shafting, or in 
applying belts to pulleys;
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n or about any mine or quarry;
3.   In or about places where stone cutting or polishing is done;
4.   In or about any plant manufacturing explosives or articles 
containing explosive components, or in the use or transportation 
of the same;

.   In or about iron or steel manufacturing plants, ore reduction 
works, smelters, foundries, forging shops, hot rolling mills, or in 
any other place in which the heat treatment of metals is done;

.   In the operation of machinery used in the cold rolling of heavy 
metals, or in operation of power- driven machinery for punching, 
shearing, stamping, bending, or planing metals;

.   In or about sawmills or cooperage stock mills;
8.   In the operation of power- driven woodworking machines, 
or off-bearing from circular saws;

.   In logging operations; 10.
 As a driver of any motor vehicle on a public road if they are 16 
years of age or younger. Minors 17 years of age or older may be 
employed, permitted, or suffered to work as a driver of a motor 
vehicle only under certain restrictions.  (For an explanation 
of these restrictions contact the Louisiana Workforce 
Commission at 225-342-7824.)

1.   In the operation of passenger or freight elevators or 
hoisting machines;

2.   In spray painting or in occupations involving exposure to 
lead or its compounds, or to dangerous or poisonous dyes  
and chemicals;

3.   In any place or establishment in which the sale of alcoholic 
beverages, as defined in R.S. 26:241, constitutes its main 
business, unless the minor is a musician performing in a band 
on the premises under written contract with the holder of the 
alcoholic beverage permit for a specified time period and is 
under direct supervision of his parent or legal guardian during 
such time. Any place or establishment holding a duly issued 
retail dealer’s alcoholic beverage permit or license, for which 
the sale of alcoholic beverage does not constitute the main 
business of the establishment may employ anyone under the 
age of 18 provided the minor’s employment does not involve 
the sale, mixing, dispensing, or serving of alcoholic beverages 
for consumption on the premises.

4.   In any other place of employment or in any other occupation 
that the Director of Workforce Development shall, after public 
hearing thereon determine hazardous or injurious to the life, 
health, safety or welfare of such minors.	
Specific Violations:  Penalt y
Any Person Who:
1.  Employs, permits or suffers a minor to work in violation of the 
provision of this part; or
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efuses to the Director of Workforce Development or 
authorized representatives admission to the premises where 
minors are employed, or otherwise obstructs the Director of 
Workforce Development or representatives in the performance 
of their duties; or

.   Hides or causes any minor to escape or gives him warning 
of the approach of any officer charged with the enforcement   
of the provision of this Part; or 

.   Violates any other provisions of this Part for which a penalty 
is not otherwise provided, shall be fined not less than one 
hundred dollars ($100) nor more than five hundred ($500), or 
imprisoned for not less than thirty (30) days nor more than six 
months, or both.

.   Any person who violates these provisions shall, in addition to 
the criminal penalty provided above, be liable for a civil penalty 
not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500) for each violation 
which occurs. 	
Continuing Violations: Penalt y
Each day during which any violation of these provisions continues 
shall constitute  a separate of fense  and the employment of any 
minor in violation of these provisions shall, with respect to such 
minor, constitute  a separate of fense .
R.S. 23:241
Revised August 18, 2011	
Louisiana Minor Labor Law Placard
Title 23, Chapter 3 of Revised Statutes of 1950 as Amended

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