Exclusions from Farm Labour Contractor Licensing Requirements - Regulation Part 7, Section 39
This section explains when a “farm labour contractor” is not required to be licensed under the Act.
39. Section 13 of the Act does not apply to a person whose employees work, for or under the control or direction of another person, in connection solely with
(a) silviculture, or
(b) spraying or pruning fruit trees.
Employers of employees who work, for or under the control or direction of another person and who work exclusively in the following types of industries are excluded from the “farm labour contractor” licensing requirements in the Act:
- employers of employees working exclusively in the silviculture industry (See definition of “silviculture worker” in s.1 of this Regulation)
- employers of employees who only spray or prune fruit trees (See also definition of “farm worker” in s.1 of this Regulation)
Refer to s.1of the Act for the definition of “farm labour contractor”.
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