IWC 06 - Laundry, Linen Supply, Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Industry
“Laundry, Linen Supply, Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Industry” means any industry, business or establishment operated for the purpose of washing, ironing, cleaning, refreshing, restoring, pressing, dyeing, storing, fumigating, mothproofing, or other processes incidental thereto, on articles of fabrics of any kind, including but not limited to clothing, hats, drapery, rugs, curtains, linens, household furnishings, textiles, furs, or leather goods; and includes self-service laundries, self-service dry cleaning establishments, and the collection, distribution, storage, sale or resale at retail or wholesale of the foregoing services.
- Carpet cleaning service, including in-home
- Diaper service, if laundering included (if laundered elsewhere, see Order 7)
- Drapery cleaning service, including in-home
- Dry cleaning, including self-service
- Dyeing plants
- Laundries, including self-service
- Linen supply, if laundering included
- Rental of uniforms, if laundering/cleaning included (if laundering/cleaning not included, see Order 7)
- Self-service laundries/dry cleaners
- Uniform rentals, if laundering/cleaning included (if laundering/cleaning not included, see Order 7)
The Industrial Welfare Commission was established to regulate wages, hours and working conditions in California. IWC wage orders must be posted by all employers in an area frequented by employees, where they may be easily read during the workday.