New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 21 - Miscellaneous
Chapter I - Waterfront Commission Of New York Harbor
Part 4 - Longshoremen, Checkers, And Telecommunications System Controllers
Section 4.11 - Baggage porter identification

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 38, September 21, 2022

Every longshoreman who works as a baggage porter for passengers embarking or disembarking on a vessel carrying more than 12 passengers shall wear while he is so working, so as to be clearly visible, such identification as shall be approved by the commission. The hiring agent or pier superintendent responsible for the assignment of longshoremen to baggage work shall cause such identification to be distributed to and collected from such longshoremen daily and shall cause a written record to be kept with respect to the distribution and collection of such identification on forms furnished or approved by the commission. Such written records shall be retained by the hiring agent or pier superintendent for a period of four months and shall be available for inspection by the commission.

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