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(1)(a) When an employer dispatches an employee to an off-site premises to perform work on behalf of the employer for a customer located at the off-site premises, the employee may provide an employer-issued identification card to the custodian of the off-site premises in lieu of a government-issued identification card for purposes of verifying the identity of the employee. Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this subsection (1), the custodian of the off-site premises shall not require the employee to surrender his or her government-issued identification card to the custodian or retain the employee's government-issued identification card while the employee is physically present on the off-site premises engaged in the performance of work on behalf of the employer.
(b) If the employee has an employer-issued identification card, the custodian may require the employee to surrender his or her employer-issued identification card for purposes of verifying the employee's identity, and the custodian may hold the employer-issued identification card at all times while the employee is present on the off-site premises.
(c) Notwithstanding the prohibition in paragraph (a) of this subsection (1), if the employee does not surrender an employer-issued identification card, the custodian may require the employee to surrender the employee's government-issued identification card to verify the employee's identity, and the custodian may hold the government-issued identification card at all times while the employee is present on the off-site premises.
(d) If the employee provides his or her employer-issued identification card to the custodian pursuant to paragraph (b) of this subsection (1), the custodian may require the employee to allow the custodian to examine a secondary form of identification containing the employee's photograph, including a government-issued identification card.
(2) This section does not apply to a person who enters into a defense contract with the federal government pursuant to the national industrial security program, or its successor program, under which the person is contractually obligated to verify identification using a government-issued identification card.
(3) As used in this section, unless the context otherwise requires:
(a) “Custodian” means the person who is authorized to provide or restrict access to the off-site premises, including security personnel for a commercial building or multi-residential property.
(b) “Employer-issued identification card” means an identification card issued by an employer to an employee that contains, at a minimum, the name of the employer and the employee's name and photograph.
(c) “Government-issued identification card” means a state-issued driver's license or identification card containing the person's photograph, an identification card or passport issued by the federal government containing the person's photograph, a Native American tribal document identifying the person and containing the person's photograph, or any other form of identification issued by the federal or a state government that contains the person's photograph and identifying information.
(d) “Off-site premises” means a building or property that is not owned, leased, operated, or otherwise under the control of the employer of the employee who is dispatched to the premises, including:
(I) A commercial building, other than a federal, state, or local government building; or
(II) A multi-residential property.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Colorado Revised Statutes Title 8. Labor and Industry § 8-2-125. Identification of workers engaged in off-site work--permissible forms of identification--exceptions--definitions - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/co/title-8-labor-and-industry/co-rev-st-sect-8-2-125/
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