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(a) A parent or guardian of a child under 16 or the parent's or guardian's representative must accompany and remain with the child on the set or location. An employer must, at any time, allow parents or guardians or their representatives access to the child.
(b) An employer must provide
(1) a safe, secure, and suitable place for children to rest and play; and
(2) suitable nursery facilities, if a child age 3 years or younger is employed on the set or location.
(c) A baby or infant under six months of age may not be exposed to lights of greater than 100 foot candlelight intensity for more than 30 seconds at a time.
(d) Transportation to the closest medical facility providing emergency services must be available at all times while children are present at the place of employment.
(e) On location, the employer shall provide the child with return transportation to the child's living quarters in an adequate vehicle promptly upon completion of allowable work time.
History: Eff. 7/2/95, Register 135
Authority: AS 23.10.330
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