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S.B. 175 Enrolled
AN ACT RELATING TO LABOR; PROVIDING FOR THE TREATMENT OF CERTAIN
VOLUNTEERS; AND PROVIDING A REPEAL DATE.
This act affects sections of Utah Code Annotated 1953 as follows:
67-20-2, as last amended by Chapter 94, Laws of Utah 1998
34A-9-101, Utah Code Annotated 1953
34A-9-102, Utah Code Annotated 1953
34A-9-103, Utah Code Annotated 1953
34A-9-104, Utah Code Annotated 1953
34A-9-105, Utah Code Annotated 1953
63-55b-134, Utah Code Annotated 1953
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
Section 1. Section 34A-9-101 is enacted to read:
This chapter is known as the "Olympic Volunteer Workers Compensation Act."
Section 2. Section 34A-9-102 is enacted to read:
As used in this chapter:
(1) "Organizing committee" means the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Winter
Olympic Games of 2002.
(2) "Voluntary service without pay" means the performance of work by an individual who
receives no remuneration other than:
(b) a uniform;
(d) lodging; or
(e) reimbursement for incidental expenses.
Section 3. Section 34A-9-103 is enacted to read:
34A-9-103. Workers compensation coverage for Olympic volunteers.
(1) For the purposes described in Subsection (2), a person is considered an employee of the
organizing committee while the person performs voluntary services without pay if the person
performs the voluntary service:
(a) under the control of the organizing committee; and
(b) in the course of or in connection with the organization, preparation, hosting, and
operation of the organizing committee for the Olympic Winter Games of 2002 and Paralympic
Winter Games of 2002.
(2) A person described in Subsection (1) is considered the employee of the organizing
committee solely for purposes of:
(a) workers compensation coverage under Chapters 2 and 3; and
(b) Chapter 8, Utah Injured Worker Reemployment Act.
(3) This chapter does not make a person described in Subsection (1) an employee of the
organizing committee for any purpose other than those listed in Subsection (2).
Section 4. Section 34A-9-104 is enacted to read:
34A-9-104. Exclusive remedy.
The exclusive remedy of Section 34A-2-105 applies to a person considered an employee of
the organizing committee under Section 34A-9-103 , including aliens and minors, if the organizing
(1) provides workers' compensation insurance coverage for that person; and
(2) prior to a compensable injury or illness:
(a) notifies the person that that person is an employee of the organizing committee for
purposes of workers compensation; and
(b) designates in writing that the person is to provide voluntary service without pay as
described in Subsection 34A-9-103 .
Section 5. Section 34A-9-105 is enacted to read:
34A-9-105. Average weekly wage.
For purposes of computing compensation, the average weekly wage rate of a person
considered an employee of the organizing committee under Section 34A-9-103 , is considered to be
Section 6. Section 63-55b-134 is enacted to read:
63-55b-134. Repeal dates -- Title 34A.
Title 34A, Chapter 9, Olympic Volunteer Workers Compensation Act, is repealed on January
Section 7. Section 67-20-2 is amended to read:
As used in this chapter:
(1) "Agency" means:
(a) any department, institution, office, college, university, authority, division, board, bureau,
commission, council, or other agency of the state;
(b) any county, city, town, school district, or special improvement or taxing district; or
(2) "Compensatory service worker" means:
(a) any person who has been convicted of a criminal offense[
(b) any youth who has been adjudged delinquent[
(c) any person or youth who:
(i) has been diverted from the criminal or juvenile justice system; and [
(ii) performs a public service for an agency as a condition of [
(3) (a) "Volunteer" means any person who donates service without pay or other
compensation except expenses actually and reasonably incurred as approved by the supervising
(b) "Volunteer" does not include:
(i) any person participating in human subjects research to the extent that the participation
is governed by federal law or regulation inconsistent with this chapter[
(ii) compensatory service workers.
(c) "Volunteer" includes a juror or potential juror appearing in response to a summons for
a trial jury or grand jury.
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