Over the years I’ve asked many parents, “How can I get entertainment for my children? I realize that parents are proud of their children, and I want to see them stand out, but we have to keep things in perspective. They are not looking for work, they only play.As children develop their entertainment skills, this could become a hobby. , It can become a career And if you’re lucky, it can become a successful career! Parents should not worry about how their child has to work, they have to make sure the child likes to play with their new skills .
Children, including teenagers, are restricted by law on the number of hours they can work. Companies can not and will not enter into a contract with minors, especially in matters of liability that could be derived from the use of a minor. These two reasons make it difficult for children to have entertaining jobs. Many parents say it’s just a picnic or just a birthday party, they do not ship in a factory. However, if the child was sent to a plant, he would have strict rules that protect the child’s rights and the safe working environment. By working for themselves, children and their parents have to use common sense to determine what is dangerous and what is safe, not only for their health but also for public safety.
Imagine that your child is a juggler and made a small fire. They practiced several times in the past for family and friends and now they do it for a crowd of people at the local church picnic. It was a long, hot, dry summer and the grass is a nice crisp golden color. During the show, the crowd more and more slowly. Children are approached when parents push their children to the front so they can see and hear better. Slowly as the artist absorbs torch of lighter liquid fire, he accidentally drops the bucket and a lighter liquid is absorbed into the dry grass by drought. When trying to be professional, the boy takes the torch and started his routine, and because the spill is now in dry herbs, covered with a clear liquid.
If a torch down, the fire starts? At what speed does it spread? The children sitting nearby? Are the animals for the public? How windy is it? These are the things to keep in mind even before you start an act of the torch. You might think this would not happen, but I know an artist who almost started a blazing fire. This artist was extremely uncomfortable, with a lecture aft by the fire chief and some parents thought he was negligent. The interpreter was 23 years old, has performed this routine five times before in public, although it was the coolest part of his act. Accidents like this happen. Therefore, the interpreter has strict rules, made sure that a fire extinguisher was available and would not have the routine if the environment was not safe for the public. On the other hand, liability insurance was purchased. A hundred-dollar job does not deserve to hurt a child or test a hundred thousand dollars for a parent of a wounded child.