|SB 1139||Modifies certain provisions of the child labor laws|
|LR Number:||4660S.01I||Fiscal Note:||4660-01|
|Committee:||Labor and Industrial Relations|
|Last Action:||03/05/02 - Hearing Conducted S Labor & Industrial Relations||Journal page:|
|Effective Date:||August 28, 2002|
SB 1139 - This act modifies certain provisions of the child labor laws.
Section 294.011, RSMo, currently lists exclusions from the definition of "employ". This section is modified by removing from the exclusions the delivery or sales of magazines or periodicals, and adds certain agriculture work.
Section 294.024, RSMo, is modified by deleting the provision that a child may work during the school term if there has been an exemption issued by the Director of the Division of Labor Standards. The child may still work if issued a work permit or certificate.
Section 294.030, RSMo, is modified to provide that the hours per day exemptions apply only to employment in the entertainment industry. It also provides that the regional fair exceptions shall not apply to entities covered by the FLSA.
Section 294.043, RSMo, is modified to increase the age at which door-to-door selling may occur from sixteen to eighteen years of age.
Section 294.090, RSMo, is modified to allow the Director of the Division of Labor Standards to require production of work permits and to require employers to retain records for two years.
Section 294.121, RSMo, is modified to allow the Director of the Division of Labor Standards to consider the size of a business when determining civil damages.
Sections 294.060, 294.090 and 292.141, RSMo, are modified by
changing paper processes to electronic processes.