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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
- Chapter 30. Alaska Workers' Compensation Act
- Section 230. Persons Not Covered.
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AS 23.30.230. Persons Not Covered.
- (a) The following persons are not covered by this chapter:
- (1) a part-time baby-sitter;
- (2) a cleaning person;
- (3) harvest help and similar part-time or transient help;
- (4) a person employed as a sports official on a contractual basis and who officiates only at sports events in which the
players are not compensated; in this paragraph, "sports official" includes an umpire, referee, judge, scorekeeper,
timekeeper, organizer, or other person who is a neutral participant in a sports event;
- (5) a person employed as an entertainer on a contractual basis;
- (6) a commercial fisherman, as defined in AS 16.05.940
- (7) an individual who drives a taxicab whose compensation and written contractual arrangement is as described in AS 23.10.055
(a)(13), unless the hours worked by the individual or the areas in which the individual may work are restricted except to
comply with local ordinances;
- (8) a participant in the Alaska temporary assistance program (AS 47.27) who is engaged in work activities required under AS 47.27.035
other than subsidized or unsubsidized work or on-the-job training;
- (9) a person employed as a player or coach by a professional hockey team if the person is covered under a health care
insurance plan provided by the professional hockey team, the coverage is applicable to both work related and nonwork
related injuries, and the coverage provides medical and related benefits as required under this chapter, except that
coverage may not be limited to two years from the date of injury as described under AS 23.30.095
(a); in this paragraph, "health care insurance" has the meaning given in AS 21.12.050
- (10) a person working as a qualified real estate licensee who performs services under a written
contract that provides that the person will not be treated as an employee for federal income tax or workers'
compensation purposes; in this paragraph, "qualified real estate licensee" means a person who is required to be licensed
under AS 08.88.161 and whose payment for services is directly
related to sales or other output rather than the number of hours worked.
- (b) The exclusion of certain persons under (a) of this section may not be construed to require inclusion of other persons
as employees for purposes of compensation under this chapter.
- (c) In this section,
- (1) "on-the-job training" means training provided by an employer under a formal agreement with a department of the state,
or an agent of a department, for which wages are paid by the employer to a participant in the Alaska temporary
assistance program (AS 47.27) while the participant receives job
- (2) "subsidized work" means employment, by an employer, of an Alaska temporary assistance program participant in a work
placement for which the participant receives wages from the employer, subsidized by, and subject to an agreement
between the employer and, a department of the state or an agent of a department; "subsidized work" does not include
community work service, job sampling placements, or preplacement activities such as job readiness assessments, job
searches, education, or vocational training;
- (3) "unsubsidized work" means employment, by an employer, secured by an Alaska temporary assistance program participant,
with or without the assistance of a department of the state or an agent of a department, for which the participant
receives wages from the employer; "unsubsidized work" does not include self-employment.
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