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Employment of minors 14 years of age and older is permitted in the following:
(1) office and clerical work, including the operation of office machines;
(2) cashiering, selling, modeling, art work, work in advertising departments, window trimming, and comparative shopping;
(3) price marking and tagging by hand or by machine, assembling orders, packing, and shelving;
(4) bagging and carrying out customer orders;
(5) errand and delivery work by foot, bicycle, and public transportation;
(6) cleanup work, including the use of vacuum cleaners and floor waxers, and maintenance of grounds including the use of power-driven monofilament cutters, but not including the use of power-driven mowers or power-driven cutters with metal blades;
(7) work in connection with cars and trucks if confined to the following: dispensing gasoline and oil, courtesy service, car cleaning, washing and polishing, and other occupations permitted by this section, but not including work involving
(A) the use of a pit, rack, or power-operated lifting apparatus;
(B) the operation of a pneumatic tire machine;
(C) the inflation of any tire mounted on a rim equipped with a removable retaining ring; or
(D) dispensing propane;
(8) cleaning vegetables and fruits, and wrapping, sealing, labeling, weighing, pricing, and stocking goods.
History: Eff. 10/27/73, Register 48; am 6/4/82, Register 82; am 7/30/99, Register 151
Authority: AS 23.10.350
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Last modified 7/05/2006