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This Week's Question
| Child Labor & Lifeguards|
Which of the following statements regarding lifeguards is false under federal law?
|A) Properly certified 15-year-olds may be employed as lifeguards at water amusement park wave pools, lazy rivers, activities areas, and at the top of elevated waterslides. |
|B) Generally, all youth under 16 years of age are prohibited from operating or tending power-driven equipment and may not assist the public as they enter, “ride,” and leave water park or amusement park-type rides. |
|C) Minors under the age of 16, even if properly certified as lifeguards, may not be employed as dispatchers, attendants, or slide monitors at the top of elevated waterslides. |
|D) Fifteen-year-olds who are properly certified may be employed as lifeguards stationed at the splashdown pools located at the bottom of elevated waterslides. |
|E) Youth under 16 years of age may not be employed as lifeguards at natural environment facilities such as rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, quarries, reservoirs, wharfs, piers, or ocean-side beaches.|
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