Bluey; the hit australian childrens cartoon; is one of the most popular cartoons in the world.
In 2001, the US Department of Labor (DOL) began an investigation into child labor in cartoon studios.
On 18 April 2002, under the heading “The Abuse of Children in the United States,” DOL and its Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued their Report to the President “Holidays in Cartoon Industries.”
In its first phase, O슬롯 머신SHA investigated several schools that had made cartoons for children.
The Commission noted that the schools often produced 출장 안마more than 15 children under 18 at a time and noted that “many were the subjects of violent attacks” and “at least 1 child may have died in the cartoon studios at any one time”.
In the second phase of its investigation, OSHA examined the production methods used by many cartoonists to make children’s cartoons.
OSHA noted “the production methods which were employed in some cartoon production facilities include: (1) non-conformity to regulations imposed on children in the art of drawing for adults and adults in the art of drawing; (2) the substitution of children who appear to be animated with adults for adults in their drawings and (3) the substitution of adults for children in their drawings without any explanation for the difference.”
The Commission found that the production methods listed above were not consistent with current standards for the treatment of children in the art of drawing, the standards required for animators under federal rules. The Commission determined that the production methods for the cartoons were non-conform to current regulation.
OSHA further determined that the cartoon producers are not authorized under the Act to conduct “adults-only cartoon performances” at schools, citing two previous cases in which an adult was fired from a cartoon studio in the area for being a “carnival performer” who “made cartoon images, performed in costume, posed for photographs, and had adult performers in the studio”.
This finding made the Commission conclude that the cartoon producers of Hanna Barbera, Mr. Miyazaki and other cartoonists, are not authorized under the Act to operate as artists, performers or designers or to conduct c개츠비 카지노hildren’s cartoons.
The Commission also found that the cartoon artists who are not authorized to create cartoon content and make cartoon cartoons may not operate a cartoon studio or engage in the artistic production of cartoons.
OSHA further determined that cartoon studios and the individuals who run, supervise or conduct the production of cartoons are in no way subject to a labo