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Although the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) prohibits workers under the age of 18 from doing certain tasks identified as hazardous, this does not eliminate every hazard... Sara Safety Says, Stop! You may not be allowed to do this task

These pages list solutions for potential hazards that teen workers may be exposed to on the job:

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