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    (1)     An employer must keep records in accordance with this regulation in relation to each child employed by the employer under a permit.

Penalty:     10 penalty units.

    (2)     The records must state—

        (a)     the times the child started work and finished work each day of work; and

        (b)     the hours the child worked each day and each week; and

        (c)     the date the child started employment and the date that he or she finished employment; and

        (d)     each date the child worked.

    (3)     The records in relation to a child must be kept for at least 12 months after the date on which the last entry was made in those records in relation to the child.

    (4)     An employer must not alter a record, or allow a record to be altered, except to correct an error.

    (5)     An employer must—

        (a)     correct any error in a record as soon as the employer becomes aware of that error; and

        (b)     record the nature of the error with the correction.

    (6)     A record kept under this regulation must—

        (a)     be in a legible form in the English language; or

        (b)     be in a form that is readily accessible and is convertible into a legible form in the English language.

    (7)     This regulation does not apply to—

        (a)     an employer who employs a child under a permit in accordance with a work experience arrangement under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 ; or

        (b)     an employer who is an extended family member of the child.


Additional record keeping requirements apply under the Act. There may be additional record keeping requirements in relation to a child's employment under other legislation.

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