(820 ILCS 205/16) (from Ch. 48, par. 31.16)
    Sec. 16. The Department of Labor shall make, promulgate and enforce such reasonable rules and regulations relating to the administration and enforcement of the provisions of this Act, including the issuance of certificates authorized under this Act, as may be deemed expedient. The Department shall promulgate and publish all necessary rules for the enforcement of this Act, in accordance with the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act, within 60 days after the effective date of this amendatory Act of 1991. In order to promote uniformity and efficiency of issuance, it shall in consultation with the State Superintendent of Education formulate the forms on which certificates shall be issued and also forms needed in connection with such issuance, and it shall supply such forms to the issuing officers. The Department of Labor, its deputies and inspectors, may suspend any certificate as an emergency action imperatively required for the public health, safety and welfare of minors if in their judgment it was improperly issued or if the minor is illegally employed. If the certificate is so suspended the employer and all interested parties shall be notified of such suspension in writing and such minor shall not thereafter be employed, permitted, or allowed to work until a final order is issued by the Department of Labor after a hearing either reinstating or revoking the certificate. The hearing shall commence within 21 days after the date of any such suspension. If the certificate is revoked the minor shall not thereafter be employed, permitted or allowed to work until a new certificate for the minor's employment has been obtained.
(Source: P.A. 87-139.)