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All occupations in logging are dangerous and prohibited to minors, except the following:
(1) work in offices or in repair or maintenance shops;
(2) work in the construction, operation, repair, or maintenance of living and administrative quarters of logging camps;
(3) work in timber cruising, surveying, or logging-engineering parties; work in the repair or maintenance of roads, railroads, or flumes; work in forest protection, such as clearing fire trails or roads, piling and burning trash, maintaining fire-fighting equipment, constructing and maintaining telephone lines, or acting as fire lookout or fire patrol. The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to the felling or bucking of timber, the collecting or transplanting of logs, the operation of power-driven machinery, the handling or use of explosives, and work on trestles.
History: Eff. 10/27/73, Register 48; am 7/30/99, Register 151
Authority: AS 23.10.350
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