Depending on the type of opportunity your workplace is offering, you may be required to have an individual on-site with child-abuse clearances per Pennsylvania law.
Certain individuals, in order to work or volunteer with children, are required to obtain clearances which may include the following:
- Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance;
- Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check; and
- Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal Background Check.
More information on the clearance requirements for volunteers can be found here.
For instructions on obtaining clearances, click here.
For step-by-step instructions to apply for clearances, click here.
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Resource for employers to gain a better understanding of current child labor laws and how to stay in compliance in the workplace.
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