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A. Sections 23-231, 23-232 and 23-233 do not apply to persons:
1. Employed by a grandparent, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, first cousin, stepparent or parent, including a relative of the same degree through marriage or adoption, or person in loco parentis in occupations in which the grandparent, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, first cousin, stepparent or parent or person in loco parentis owns at least ten percent of the employing organization and such owner is actively engaged in the daily operation of the organization, if either:
(a) The person is under eighteen years of age and is not engaged in manufacturing or mining occupations.
(b) The person is between sixteen and eighteen years of age and is engaged in manufacturing or mining occupations.
2. Employed as stars or performers in motion picture, theatrical, radio or television productions if before the beginning of production the production company provides the department of labor of the industrial commission with the name and address of the person, the length, location and hours of employment and any other information required by the department.
3. Involved in career education programs.
4. Involved in vocational or technical training school programs pursuant to title 15, chapter 7, article 5.
5. Employed as apprentices and registered by the bureau of apprenticeship and training of the United States department of labor in accordance with the standards established by that bureau or registered by the apprenticeship council or employed under a written apprenticeship agreement and conditions that are found by the secretary of labor to conform substantially with such federal or state standards.
6. Trained under either the 4-H federal extension service or the United States office of education vocational agriculture training programs, if employed outside school hours on the equipment for which they have been trained.
7. Who have completed vocational or career education programs approved by the department of education if the programs are directly related to the prohibited occupation or employment or if working in the prohibited occupation is part of the vocational or career education program.
8. Who are married.
9. Who have a high school diploma or its equivalent.
10. Who are minors and who have been emancipated pursuant to title 12, chapter 15.
B. Sections 23-231 and 23-232 do not apply to:
1. The operation of power-driven equipment used in the care and maintenance of lawns and shrubbery not connected to retail, food service and gasoline service establishments.
2. Clerical employment in an office in which duties are performed without exposure to the hazards described or defined in this article.