ORDER LEGALLY. Please check the government website to see if the company you want to order from is operating legally. www.dir.ca.gov/databases/dlselr/garmreg.html
Thank you in advance for making it a fair playing field.
Specializing in PE Uniforms since 1979
Our Garment Manufacturer’s license # is 30937
Is the company you use for silkcreening operating legally in California?
Do they have a current garment manufacturers license?
If not, that company is violating laws of the State of California!
THIS LICENSE IS REQUIRED BY CALIFORNIA LAW FOR ALL SILK SCREEN & EMBROIDERY COMPANIES AND ANYONE THAT SUPPLIES & SELLS SILK SCREENED OR EMBROIDERED ITEMS.
Ignorance is not bliss (nor an excuse). You may be violating your district’s code of conduct.
Excerpt from the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) “Contractor Code of Conduct”:
“Given that the business practices and actions of Contractors and their Representatives may impact or reflect upon LAUSD, strict observance with the standards in this Code, all applicable local, state and federal laws, and any other governing LAUSD policies or agreements is not only a minimum requirement for all Contractors and their Representatives, but an ethical obligation as well.”
Check your district code of conduct today!
Chapter 6. Division of Labor Standards Enforcement Subchapter 8. Garment Manufacturers §13630. Registration of Manufacturers and Contractors. All persons, within the meaning of Labor Code Section 2671(a), engaged in “garment manufacturing”, as defined in Labor Code Section 2671(b), must register with the Labor Commissioner as either a “contractor” (defined at Labor Code Section 2671(d)), or a “manufacturer”, according to that person’s bona fide business practices. A person’s designation on a registration as a “contractor” or “manufacturer” shall not preclude the introduction of evidence in any proceeding before the Labor Commissioner on the actual business practices of such person.
What is garment manufacturing?
“Garment manufacturing” means sewing, cutting, making, processing, repairing, finishing, assembling, or otherwise preparing any garment or any article of wearing apparel or accessories designed or intended to be worn by any individual, including, but not limited to, clothing, hats, gloves, handbags, hosiery, ties, scarfs, and belts, for sale or resale by any person or any persons contracting to have those operations performed and other operations and practices in the apparel industry as may be identified in regulations of the Department of Industrial Relations consistent with the purposes of this part
What is a contractor?
“Contractor” means any person who, with the assistance of employees or others, is primarily engaged in sewing, cutting, making, processing, repairing, finishing, assembling, or otherwise preparing any garment or any article of wearing apparel or accessories designed or intended to be worn by any individual, including, but not limited to, clothing, hats, gloves, handbags, hosiery, ties, scarfs, and belts, for another person. “Contractor” includes a subcontractor that is primarily engaged in those operations.