Child Labor Coordinator.
(a) Each Employing Unit shall have a Child
Labor Coordinator, who is responsible for the coordination of services and
safety of all Minors in the Employment of the Employing Units at the Location.
The Child Labor Coordinator shall not take on any other role or perform any
other function for the Employing Unit when a Minor is at the
(b) The ratio of Child
Labor Coordinator to Minors shall not exceed one (1) Child Labor Coordinator
per ten (10) minors at a Location.
The Child Labor Coordinator shall:
1. Be twenty-one (21) years of age or
2. Be retained by the
Have completed a
security background check ("SBC") prior to certification to verify that the
(i) has not been convicted of a
crime of moral turpitude;
NO Felony convictions or "no lo contendere" or "no contest" plea within the
preceding seven (7) years for crimes of moral turpitude;
(iii) has no uncompleted deferred
adjudication, probation, or parole for any felony (regardless of whether the
convictions are within the preceding seven (7) years);
(iv) is not listed as an active sex offender
using an available sex offender database.
4. Be at the Location when Minor(s) are
5. Complete the Child
Labor Coordinator certification course as established by the Department on the
form, "Child Labor Coordinator Certification Course Requirements".
(d) Upon request from an
authorized representative of the Department, a copy of the SBC will be made
available to the Department within one business day of receipt of the request
by the Employing Unit.
individual failing to meet any one of the requirements set forth in (c) above
shall not serve as a Child Labor Coordinator.
The Child Labor Coordinator shall be
1. Ensuring that, in the
event the Representative of the Minor is not present or in proximity of the
Minor, the Minor is safe;
Maintaining the Hours of Performance Log;
3. Ensuring the Minor does not exceed the
total hours at the Location or allowable Work Time; and
4. Timely advising the Department of any
Incidents, violations of these Rules, or safety issues at the
5. Being responsive to
inquiries or requests for information from Representatives of Minors.
(g) At all times a Minor is
present at the Location, the Child Labor Coordinator shall wear a badge, tag,
or other clothing clearly identifying themselves as the Child Labor