Pennsylvania Free Printable Child Labor Law Posters Form No. LLC-5 - Abstract of the Pennsylvania Child Labor Act Form (Rev 1-13) Poster

The Form No. LLC-5 - Abstract of the Pennsylvania Child Labor Act Form (Rev 1-13) is a child labor law poster by the Pennsylvania Department Of Labor & Industry. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers of minors.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where any person under age 18 is employed in Pennsylvania. 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.


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LLC-5 REV 01-13
MUST BE POSTED IN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE WHERE ANY PERSON UNDER AGE 18 IS E\
MPLOYED
This  summary  is  for  general  information,  and  is  not  to  be  considered  in  the  same  light  as  official  statements  contained  in 
the Act or its regulations.
Minors under 16 must have a written statement by the minor’s parent or guardian acknowledging the duties 
and hours of employment and granting permission to work.
ABSTRACT OF THE CHILD LABOR 
ACT HOURS PROVISIONS
HOURS OF EMPLOYMENT
During School Term: Maximum three hours on school 
days, eight hours on any other day, and 18 hours per 
school week (Monday—Friday), and only at a time that 
does not interfere with school attendance. Plus eight 
additional hours on Saturdays and Sundays.
Exception: Students 14 and older, whose employment 
is part of a recognized school work program, may be 
employed for hours, when combined with school hours, 
not exceeding eight in a day.
During School Vacations: Maximum eight hours/day, 
40 hours/week. 
WORK TIME
Employment prohibited after 7 p.m. and before 7 a.m. 
Exceptions: During school vacations, minors may be 
employed until 9 p.m. Minors at least age 11 may be 
employed in newspaper delivery from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., 
except during school vacation, then until 9 p.m. Members 
of volunteer fire companies may participate in training 
and firefighting activities until 10 p.m. with written 
parental consent. 
HOURS OF EMPLOYMENT—AGES 14 & 15*
HOURS OF EMPLOYMENT
During School Term: Maximum eight hours a day and 
28 hours per school week (Monday—Friday). Plus eight 
additional hours on Saturdays and Sundays.
During School Vacations: Maximum 48 hours/week; 
10 hours/day; a minor may refuse any request to work 
greater than 44 hours/week.
WORK TIME
Employment prohibited before 6 a.m. and after 12 a.m.
Exceptions: During school vacations, minors may 
be employed until 1 a.m. Members of volunteer fire 
companies may continue serving in answer to a fire call 
until excused by chief.
HOURS OF EMPLOYMENT—AGES 16 & 17* **
*  Minors employed as sports attendants are not subject to the Act’s hours and work time restrictions. 
**EXCEPT: A) Minors who have graduated from high school or who are exempt from compulsory attendance under the 
Public School Code are not subject to the Act’s hours of employment or work time restrictions.
B) Special rules apply to young adults, 16 and 17 years of age, employed during a school vacation as a 
counselor by a summer resident camp operated by a religious or scout organization.
MAXIMUM EMPLOYMENT: NOT MORE THAN six CONSECUTIVE DAYS (except newspape\
r delivery).
30 MINUTE MEAL PERIOD REQUIRED ON OR BEFORE five CONSECUTIVE HOURS OF WORK.
For further information on the Child Labor Act, please consult the Depar\
tment of Labor & Industry’s 
website at www.dli.state.pa.us and click on “Labor Law Compliance.”
Address inquiries and complaints to one of the offices of the Bureau of Labor Law Compliance:
Altoona District Office
1130 12th Ave.
Suite 200
Altoona, PA 16601
814-940-6224 or 877-792-8198
Harrisburg District Office
1301 Labor & Industry Building
651 Boas St.
Harrisburg, PA 17121
717-787-4671 or 800-932-0665
Philadelphia District Office
110 North 8th St.
Suite 203
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-560-1858 or 877-817-9497
Pittsburgh District Office
301 5th Ave.
Suite 330
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
412-565-5300 or 877-504-8354
Scranton District Office
201 B State Office Building
100 Lackawanna Ave.
Scranton, PA 18503
570-963-4577 or 877-214-3962
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals wi\
th disabilities.Equal Opportunity Employer/Program
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR & INDUSTRYBUREAU OF LABOR LAW COMPLIANCE

Child Labor Act Hours Rules for Performances By Minors
This summary is for general information, and is not to be considered in the same light as official statements contained 
in the Act or its regulations.
LLC-5 REV 01-13
Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals wi\
th disabilities.Equal Opportunity Employer/Program
Age
Max. hours (24-hour period) at place 
of employment (does not include hours 
at minors’ residences
Max. work hours (24-hour period) 
(including work time at 
minors’ residences)
Infants < 6 mos.2Not Applicable
6 mos.—1 year42
2—5 years63
6—884
9—1595
16—17106
•   Live performances—maximum number: three/day or 10/calendar week (Sunday—Saturday).
•   Meal periods of half hour—one hour are not counted toward maximum hours/non-work time at 
place of employment. 
•   Non-work time at place of employment includes education, rest and recreation.
•   Work days for minors may not begin before 5 a.m., and must end by 10 p.m. on evenings preceding 
school days or by 12:30 a.m. on evenings preceding nonschool days.
•   12 hours must elapse between time of dismissal and time of call on the following day.
•   Age 14—17 may work during school hours with permission from school authorities for up to two 
consecutive days, but may not work in excess of eight hours in 24-hour period.
•   Performances rules do not apply to minors who have graduated from high school or who are exempt from 
compulsory attendance under the Public School Code. 
For further information on the Child Labor Act, please consult the Depar\
tment of Labor & Industry’s 
website at www.dli.state.pa.us and click on “Labor Law Compliance.”
Address inquiries and complaints to one of the offices of the Bureau of Labor Law Compliance:
Altoona District Office
1130 12th Ave.
Suite 200
Altoona, PA 16601
814-940-6224 or 877-792-8198
Harrisburg District Office
1301 Labor & Industry Building
651 Boas St.
Harrisburg, PA 17121
717-787-4671 or 800-932-0665
Philadelphia District Office
110 North 8th St.
Suite 203
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-560-1858 or 877-817-9497
Pittsburgh District Office
301 5th Ave.
Suite 330
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
412-565-5300 or 877-504-8354
Scranton District Office
201 B State Office Building
100 Lackawanna Ave.
Scranton, PA 18503
570-963-4577 or 877-214-3962
Email the Bureau of Labor Law Compliance at: [email protected]
CHILD LABOR ACT HOURS RULES 
FOR PERFORMANCES BY MINORSDEPARTMENT OF LABOR & INDUSTRYBUREAU OF LABOR LAW COMPLIANCE

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