(a) Every employer shall keep posted in a conspicuous place where any person under 19 years of age is employed, a printed notice stating the maximum number of hours persons under 19 may be permitted to work on each day of the week as set out in Section 25-8-36 . The printed form of the notice shall be furnished by the department. The employment of any person for a longer time period in any day so stated, or at any time other than as stated in the printed form of notice, shall be deemed a violation of this chapter.
(b) Subject to subsection (c), each employer shall keep on the premises at which any person under 19 years of age is employed a completed Employee Information Form and proof of age. Each employer shall also keep on the premises at which any person under 19 years of age is employed, in electronic or photostatic form, time records for the 60 days preceding the last day of the last work period recorded for each employee under 19 years of age, which shall state the number of hours worked each day, starting and ending times, and break times. Each employer shall also maintain, either on the premises where the employee under 19 years of age is employed or at a centralized location, the records required by this section for not less than 1 year preceding the last day of the last work period recorded for each employee under 19 years of age.
(c) For the purposes of this section, the Employee Information Form shall be provided by the department and shall include the employee's name, home address, telephone number, date of birth, date of hire, and school of attendance. Any employer who does not utilize the Employee Information Form shall maintain on the premises documents containing the employee's name, home address, telephone number, date of birth, date of hire, and school of attendance for each employee under 19 years of age.
(d) For the purposes of this section, documentation of proof of age may include a copy of a birth certificate, a copy of a driver's license, or an identification card issued by a federal, state, or local government agency provided the identification card contains the name and date of birth of the employee.
(e) No person 14 or 15 years of age shall be employed for more than five hours continuously without a documented interval of at least 30 minutes for a meal or rest period. Any meal or rest period of less than 30 minutes shall not be considered to interrupt a continuous period of work.
(f) Any employer required to obtain a Child Labor Certificate from the department shall keep the certificate posted at a public and conspicuous location at all times.
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