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Title: Video Streaming Training Sessions for Career and Technical Education (CTE) Administrators


1
  • 2014-2015
  • Video Streaming Training Sessions for Career and
    Technical Education (CTE) Administrators
  • Training Session 5
  • Health and Safety Department of Labor and
    Industry Regulations
  • George R. Willcox
  • Virginia Department of Education
  • August 21, 2014

2
2014-2015 Video Streaming Training Sessions for
Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Administrators
  • Agenda
  • Virginia Child Labor Laws
  • Protecting Young Student Workers in the
    Commonwealth

3
Department History
  • Created by the Virginia General Assembly in 1898
    as the Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics
  • Received agency status and became the Virginia
    Department of Labor and Industry in 1927
  • The primary authority is the Code of Virginia
    40.1 Labor Laws of Virginia

4
Department Services
  • Provides services to citizens, employers and
    employees to produce safe, healthy and productive
    working environments
  • Central headquarters in Richmond
  • Regional offices located in Abingdon, Manassas,
    Lynchburg, Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, and Verona

5
The Child Labor Laws
  • Code of Virginia
  • 40.1-78 to 40.1-116
  • Virginia Administrative Code
  • 16 VAC 15-30-10 to 16 VAC 15-50-50

6
Hazardous OccupationsProhibited to All Minors
Under 18Code of Virginia 40.1-100 A
  • Manufacturing or storing explosives
  • Logging and Sawmilling
  • Power-Driven Woodworking Machines
  • Exposure to Radioactive Substances or Ionizing
    Radiation
  • Power-Driven Hoisting Apparatus
  • Power-Driven Metal Forming Machines

7
Hazardous OccupationsProhibited to All Minors
Under 18Code of Virginia 40.1-100 A
  • Mining
  • Slaughtering, Meat-Packing
  • Power-Driven Bakery Machines
  • Power-Driven Paper Product Machines
  • Manufacturing Brick, Tile, or Kindred Products
  • Power-Driven Saws
  • Wrecking, Demolition, Shipbreaking

8
Hazardous OccupationsProhibited to All Minors
Under 18Code of Virginia 40.1-100 A
  • Roofing
  • Excavation
  • Fire Fighting
  • Serving Alcoholic Beverages
  • Manufacturing Paints, Colors, or White Lead
  • Preparing and Using Dangerous, Poisonous Chemicals

9
Sexually Explicit MaterialProhibited to All
Minors Under 18Code of Virginia 40.1-100.2
  • They are not allowed to perform or be involved in
    anything sexually explicit

10
Driving at WorkCode of Virginia 40.1-100 A
  • Driving is prohibited for minors 16 and younger
  • There are strict limits on when a 17-year-old may
    drive

11
Restricted Duties for Minors Under 16Code of
Virginia 40.1-100 B
  • Mechanical Establishments
  • Commercial Canneries
  • Automatic Passenger or Freight Elevators
  • Dance Studio Dance Club
  • Providing Care for Patients
  • Laboratory Helper, Therapist, Orderly, or Nurses
    Aide
  • Veterinary Hospital
  • Undertaking or Funeral Home
  • Curb Service at a Restaurant
  • Hotel or Motel Room Service

12
Restricted Duties for Minors Under 16Code of
Virginia 40.1-100 B
  • Brick, Coal, or Lumber Yards
  • Ice Plants
  • Ushers in Theaters
  • Scaffolding Work or Construction
  • Outdoor Theaters, Carnivals, Fairs Floor Shows,
    Pool Halls, Clubs, or Roadhouses
  • Lifeguarding at the Beach
  • Soliciting
  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation
  • Warehousing and Storage
  • Communications and Public Utilities

13
Restricted Duties for Minors Under 16Code of
Virginia 40.1-100 B
  • Boiler or Engine Rooms
  • Maintenance or Repair
  • Outside Window Washing with Ladders, Scaffolds,
    or a Substitute
  • Cooking and Baking
  • In Freezer and Meat Coolers
  • Loading and Unloading Goods
  • Pits, Racks, or Lifting Apparatus
  • Inflating Tires Mounted on Rim with a Removable
    Retaining Ring
  • Power-Driven Mowers and Cutters

14
Written Work-Training AgreementCode of Virginia
40.1-88 and 89
  • If a written work-training agreement is in place,
    then
  • 16- or 17-year-olds may be employed in an exempt
    Hazardous Occupation
  • 14- or 15-year-olds may be employed in a
    Restricted Occupation

15
Written Work-Training Agreement (Continued)Code
of Virginia 40.1-88 and 89
  • The written work-training agreement must
  • Set forth the name of the child employed
  • Be signed by the employer and the coordinator of
    schools having jurisdiction
  • Certify the student learner is enrolled in a
    course of study and training in a Career and
    Technical Education program

16
Written Work-Training Agreement (Continued)Code
of Virginia 40.1-88 and 89
  • State the work declared hazardous will be
    incidental to the training
  • Hazardous work will be intermittent and for short
    periods of time under direct, close supervision
    of a competent and experienced person

17
Written Work-Training Agreement (Continued)Code
of Virginia 40.1-88 and 89
  • The agreement must include
  • Safety instruction given by the school and
    correlated with on-the-job training given by the
    employer
  • a schedule of organized and progressive work
    processes to be performed by the student

18
Student Learner Exemptions with a Written Work-
Training Agreement
  • With a written work agreement, the following have
    a student learner exemption
  • Minors 16- or 17-years-old
  • Power-driven woodworking machines
  • Power-driven metal forming machines
  • Slaughtering and meat packing
  • Power-driven bakery machines
  • Power-driven paper products machines
  • Power-driven saws
  • Roofing
  • Minors 14- or 15-years-old
  • The Restricted Occupations listed in Code of
    Virginia 40.1-100 B

19
Hour RestrictionsCode of Virginia 40.1-80.1,
88, 115, and 116
  • Work-Training Agreements permit a student learner
    to work during school hours
  • All other hours restrictions still apply

20
Hour RestrictionsAll MinorsCode of Virginia
40.1-116
  • Employers may not require a minor to work in
    violation of a local curfew ordinance

21
Hour RestrictionsMinors Under 16-Years-OldCode
of Virginia 40.1-80.1
  • School Year
  • Summer
  • 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.
  • Not during school time
  • They can start delivering newspapers at 4 AM
  • 3 Hours on a School Day
  • 18 Hours for a School Week
  • 8 Hours on a Non-School day
  • 40 Hours for a Non-School Week
  • 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.
  • June 1st through Labor Day
  • Not during school time
  • They can start delivering newspapers at 4 AM
  • 8 Hours a Non-School Day
  • 40 Hours a Non-School Week

22
Hour RestrictionsMinors Under 16-Years-OldCode
of Virginia 40.1-80.1
  • Employers are required to give a 30 Minute Break
    after the minor works 5 Consecutive Hours

23
Instructor LiabilityCode of Virginia 40.1-113
  • Coordinators can be held responsible for
    violations of the child labor laws
  • Each violation is up to a 1000 Civil Monetary
    Penalty

24
Career and Technical Educator Resources
  • Joint workplace inspections
  • Instructor / Staff training on Labor and
    Employment Laws
  • Classroom presentations for CTE students
  • Reference materials

25
Federal Law
  • Federal child labor laws are found in the Fair
    Labor Standards Act
  • State and Federal Laws will occasionally differ
  • Please comply with the strictest law
  • For information on the Federal laws please
    contact the United States Department of Labor

26
Contacts
  • Virginia Department of Labor and Industry
  • www.doli.virginia.gov
  • (804) 786-2706

27
Contacts
  • Lolita B. Hall George R. Willcox
  • Director Coordinator
  • 804-225-2051 Planning, Administration and
    Accountability (PAA)
  • CTE_at_doe.virginia.gov 804 225-2052
  • george.willcox_at_doe.virginia.gov
  • B. Anne Rowe Virginia Department of Education
  • Coordinator Office of Career and Technical
    Education
  • Curriculum Instruction (C I) P.. O. Box 2120
  • 804 225-2838 Richmond, Virginia 23218-2120
  • Anne.Rowe_at_doe.virginia.gov 804 225-2051
  • CTE Website http//www.doe.virginia.gov/instructi
    on/career_technical/

28
August Video Streaming Training Session
  • Announcements
  • Session 5
  • Implementing Career Clusters
  • August 14, 2014

29
Health and Safety Department of Labor and
Industry Regulations
  • Send questions regarding Session 4 to
  • George Willcox at CTE_at_doe.virginia.gov
  • Wrap Up
  • Archived Session available on VDOE web site on
    Professional Development
  • Session Evaluation at https//www.surveymonkey.com
    /s/GTMFZ9B
  • Reminder Directors Memos, Announcements,
    Quarterly Newsletters, and Cluster Specialist
    Listserv Messages.
  • Thank you for joining us!
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