There is no evidence of the involvement of children under the age of 15 in the tour

What does this mean?

  •  It is the responsibility of the business, as the subcontracting party, to ensure that there are no children under the age of 15 involved in the tour. 
  •  If young workers (between the ages of 15 and 18 years) are involved in the tour, the business needs to ensure that they are working under circumstances as indicated by the law, which include:
    • Adult supervision
    • Not performing or working excessive hours
    • Performances/work not interfering with schooling.

What do I do?

  • In section A1.3 the issue of children working in the business was discussed in some detail and can be referred to for this point as well.
  • Once the policy is finalised, the business needs to inform 3rd party suppliers of the policy and also explain their roles and responsibilities in terms of ensuring that they also adhere to the policy.

  • Remember to apply for the necessary permits if there are children involved in the performing arts in the tour.

Sectoral Determination 10: Children in the Performing Arts