Ark. Code § 11-12-104

Current with legislation from 2024 effective through May 3, 2024.
Section 11-12-104 - Restrictions on employment
(a) A child under sixteen (16) years of age may be employed in the entertainment industry, and the provisions of §§ 11-6-101 - 11-6-111, with respect to child labor, shall not be applicable to the employment of child actors as authorized in this chapter.
(b) No child under sixteen (16) years of age may be employed in the entertainment industry:
(1) In a role or in an environment deemed to be hazardous or detrimental to the health, morals, education, or welfare of the child as determined by the Director of the Division of Labor;
(2) When the child is required to use a dressing room that is simultaneously occupied by an adult or by other children of the opposite sex;
(3) When the child is not provided with a suitable place to rest or play;
(4) When the parent or guardian of the child is prevented from being present at the scene of employment during all the times the child is working;
(5) When the parent or guardian of the child is prevented from being within sight and sound of the child; and
(6) Without a permit issued by the director and the written consent of the child's parent or guardian for the issuance of the permit.

Ark. Code § 11-12-104

Amended by Act 2019, No. 910,§ 5399, eff. 7/1/2019.
Acts 1987, No. 647, § 3.