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a. The division shall, at regular intervals, remove from the longshoremen's register any person who shall have been registered for at least nine months and who shall have failed during the preceding six calendar months either to have worked as a longshoreman in the port of New York district in this State or to have applied for employment as a longshoreman at an employment information center established under section 16 of P.L.2017, c. 324 (C.53:2-21) for the minimum number of days as shall have been established by the division pursuant to subsection b. of this section.
b. On or before the first day of June following the date on which P.L.2017, c. 324 (C.32:23-229 et al.) becomes operative, and on or before each succeeding first day of June or December, the division shall, for the purposes of P.L.2017, c. 324 (C.32:23-229 et al.), establish for the six-month period beginning on each date a minimum number of days and the distribution of the days during that period.
c. In establishing any minimum number of days or period, the division shall consult with the collective bargaining representatives of stevedores and other employers of longshoremen in the port of New York district and with labor organizations representing longshoremen in the district.
d. A longshoreman who has been removed from the longshoremen's register pursuant to subsection e. of section 8 of P.L.2017, c. 324 (C.53:2-13) may seek reinstatement upon fulfilling the same requirements as for initial inclusion in the longshoremen's register, but not before the expiration of one year from the date of removal, except that immediate reinstatement shall be made upon proper showing that the registrant's failure to work or apply for work for the minimum number of days, described in subsection c. of this section, was caused by the fact that the registrant was engaged in the military service of the United States or was incapacitated by ill health, physical injury, or other good cause.
e. Notwithstanding any other provision of P.L.2017, c. 324 (C.32:23-229 et al.), the division shall at any time have the power to register longshoremen on a temporary basis to meet special or emergency needs.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Jersey Statutes Title 53. State Police 53 § 2-14 - last updated February 19, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nj/title-53-state-police/nj-st-sect-53-2-14/
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