(a) State agencies shall not establish, operate, or supervise any agricultural day-haul facilities unless exceptional circumstances warrant such action and prior approval of the Regional Administrator is obtained.
(b) No JS applicants shall be referred to non-JS operated day-haul facilities, unless the applicant is referred on a specific job order and is provided with a checklist summarizing wages, working conditions, and other material specifications on the job order. Such checklists, where necessary, shall be in English and Spanish. State agencies shall use a standard checklist format provided by ETA unless a variance has been approved by the Regional Administrator. However, general labor market information on the availability of jobs, the level of activity of agricultural and nonagricultural employment, and crop conditions shall be provided, upon request, to applicants where specific referrals to employment cannot be made.
(c) JS outreach workers shall visit all JS and non-JS operated day-haul facilities with substantial activity during their operation for purposes of providing MSFWs with information and assistance pursuant to § 653.107(j). Monitoring of such activity shall be conducted pursuant to § 653.108(p).
(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1205-0039)