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Limited exemptions are provided for apprentices and student-learners under specified standards.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Labor (1990:3).
pretation (59 Fed. Reg. 25167 ) and sought the views of the public on any changes it considered necessary in child labor regulations. NIOSH, based on research on jobs that pose hazards to children and adolescents, made a number of recommendations about needed changes in the hazardous orders in its comments to advanced notice of proposed rulemaking (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 1994). As of September 1998, the proposed rule had yet to be issued.