California Human Trafficking

California Human Trafficking Poster


Mandatory posting requirement for California businesses in industries with a high incidence of human labor exploitation. The poster must be displayed by covered businesses in conspicuous places near public entrances.

SKU: 05734

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California human trafficking posting requirements

Senate Bill 1193 requires affected businesses to conspicuously display this poster near public entrances. The poster must be posted in English, Spanish, and in one other language that is the most widely spoken language in the business or establishment’s location (and for which translation is mandated by the Voting Rights Act, 42 U.S.C. Section 1973 et seq.).

The following businesses by law must post the notice:

  1. Alcohol Beverage Control Act licensees that sell alcoholic beverages for on-site consumption (taverns, saloons, night clubs or similar establishments)
  2. Adult or sexually oriented businesses
  3. Primary airports
  4. Intercity passenger rail or light rail stations
  5. Bus stations
  6. Truck stops
  7. Emergency rooms within general acute care hospitals
  8. Urgent care centers
  9. Farm labor contractors
  10. Privately operated job recruitment centers
  11. Roadside rest areas
  12. Businesses or establishments that offer massage or bodywork services for compensation