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Public Act 095-0180


 

Public Act 0180 95TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY



 


 
Public Act 095-0180
 
HB3165 Enrolled LRB095 09429 WGH 29626 b

    AN ACT concerning employment.
 
    Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
 
    Section 5. The Child Labor Law is amended by changing
Section 7 as follows:
 
    (820 ILCS 205/7)  (from Ch. 48, par. 31.7)
    Sec. 7. No minor under 16 years of age shall be employed,
permitted or allowed to work:
    1. In, about or in connection with any public messenger or
delivery service, bowling alley, pool room, billiard room,
skating rink, exhibition park or place of amusement, garage, or
as a bell-boy in any hotel or rooming house or about or in
connection with power-driven machinery; except this subsection
shall not apply to ice skating rinks owned and operated by a
school or unit of local government;
    2. In the oiling, cleaning or wiping of machinery or
shafting;
    3. In or about any mine or quarry; provided that office and
messenger and other non-hazardous employment shall not be
prohibited by this Act;
    4. In stone cutting or polishing;
    5. In or about any hazardous factory work;
    6. In or about any plant manufacturing explosives or
articles containing explosive components, or in the use or
transportation of same; provided that office and messenger and
other non-hazardous employment shall not be prohibited by this
Act;
    7. In or about plants manufacturing iron or steel, ore
reduction works, smelters, foundries, forging shops, hot
rolling mills or any other place in which the heating, melting,
or heat treatment of metals is carried on; provided that office
and messenger and other non-hazardous employment shall not be
prohibited by this Act;
    8. In the operation of machinery used in the cold rolling
of heavy metal stock, or in the operation of power-driven
punching, shearing, stamping, or metal plate bending machines;
    9. In or about sawmills or lath, shingle, or
cooperage-stock mills; provided that office and messenger and
other non-hazardous employment shall not be prohibited by this
Act;
    10. In the operation of power-driven woodworking machines,
or off-bearing from circular saws;
    11. In the operation of freight elevators or hoisting
machines and cranes;
    12. In spray painting or in occupations involving exposure
to lead or its compounds or to dangerous or poisonous dyes or
chemicals;
    13. In any place or establishment in which intoxicating
alcoholic liquors are served or sold for consumption on the
premises, or in which such liquors are manufactured or bottled,
except as follows:
        (A) bus-boy and kitchen employment, not otherwise
    prohibited, when in connection with the service of meals at
    any private club, fraternal organization or veteran's
    organization shall not be prohibited by this subsection;
        (B) this subsection 13 does not apply to employment
    that is performed on property owned or operated by a park
    district, as defined in subsection (a) of Section 1-3 of
    the Park District Code, if the employment is not otherwise
    prohibited by law;
    14. In oil refineries, gasoline blending plants, or pumping
stations on oil transmission lines;
    15. In the operation of laundry, dry cleaning, or dyeing
machinery;
    16. In occupations involving exposure to radioactive
substances;
    17. In or about any filling station or service station;
    18. In construction work, including demolition and repair;
    19. In roofing operations;
    20. In excavating operations;
    21. In logging operations;
    22. In public and private utilities and related services;
    23. In operations in or in connection with slaughtering,
meat packing, poultry processing, and fish and seafood
processing;
    24. In operations which involve working on an elevated
surface, with or without use of equipment, including but not
limited to ladders and scaffolds;
    25. In security positions or any occupations that require
the use or carrying of a firearm or other weapon; or
    26. In occupations which involve the handling or storage of
human blood, human blood products, human body fluids, or human
body tissues.
(Source: P.A. 90-410, eff. 1-1-98.)

Effective Date: 1/1/2008