State Regulations for Oklahoma

Seal of OklahomaDate Revised: 11/10/2017

Governing Body: 

Oklahoma Department of Human Services

License Required for Day Camps : 
Yes
License Required for Resident Camps: 
No
License Information: 

Day Camps — Licensing Requirements for School-Age Programs and Summer Day Camps

 

Overnight Camps — Licensing Requirements for School-Age Programs and Summer Day Camps 

A residential camp is considered a “School Age Program.” If accredited by ACA, camp is automatically certified.

Criminal Background Checks Required: 
Yes
Criminal Background Checks Information: 

Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
6600 North Harvey
Oklahoma City OK 73116
(405) 848-6724
 

$15 name based check
$19 fingerprint based check

State Allows FBI Checks: 
Yes
Driving Record Checks: 

A request form is available online from the Okla. Dept. of Public Safety website.

Fee of $25.00

State Sex Offender Registry: 
Minimum Wage: 

$7.25 per hour (Employers of ten or more full time employees at any one location and employers with annual gross sales over $100,000 irrespective of number of full time employees)

$2.00 per hour (All other employers)

Minimum Wage Coverage and Exemptions: 

Covers employers with more than 10 employees at any one location or place of business; an employer with less than 10 full-time employees (or the equivalent of 10) at any one location or place of business is covered if it’s annual business gross exceeds $100,000/year. Employees of the state or any lessee or concessionaire of the state are specifically covered.

Exemptions: temporary part-time employees who work less than 25 hours a week; employees under age 18 who have not graduated from high school or a vocational training program; employees covered by the FLSA; employees under age 22 who are regularly enrolled students in a high school, college, university, or vocational training program; bona fide executives, administrators, and professionals

Subminimum Wage: 

Commissioner of Labor may set subminimum rates for learners, apprentices, messengers, and handicapped and disabled workers (under special certificates for a fixed period), employees of state or local governments or instrumentalities, and students and regular attendants at institutions of higher learning.

Overtime Pay Requirements: 

No specified state-level requirements. Federal FLSA ovetime pay requirements apply for those covered by Act.

Overtime Pay Exemptions: 

No specified state-level overtime page requirement exemptions. Federal FLSA overtime pay exemptions apply for those covered by Act.

Meal/Rest Period Requirements: 

Rest period: for minors under age 16, one cumulative hour of rest during 8 consecutive hour shift, including one 30-minute rest period after 5 consecutive hours’ worked.

Student Exemption from Unemployment Tax: 
No
Other Wages Source: 

40 Okl. Stat. §75 (Download)