Construction Employee Sign In Sheet

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Frank Nardelli Commissioner Steven Bellone Suffolk County Executive SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, CONSUMER AFFAIRS NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CERTIFY COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL LAW (8 U.S.C. SECTION 1324A) WITH RESPECT TO LAWFUL HIRING OF EMPLOYEES Suffolk County Code, Chapter 353 (2006) CONSTRUCTION SITE SIGN-IN SHEET TODAY’S DATE: EMPLOYER/CORP./BUSINESS/COMPANY NAME ADDRESS PROJECT NAME LOCATION All covered employees shall be required to sign this log to indicate their presence on this construction site on the date shown above..

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