Employers to notify parents of minors of a no call, no show.

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My son was an employee of Kalahari resorts in Sandusky, OH.  He was a deep water lifeguard. He just turned 17 in September 2019. He worked split shifts and on November 10th, 2019 he worked the first portion of his shift.  The second portion was to start at 415pm. He was a no call, no show.  Kalahari did not call me, his parent, to notify that my son was not accounted for. I was under the impression that my son was at work this entire day.  They never even attempted to contact him. Not a single miss call on his call log.  I work early and typically go to bed before he gets home from work. He was very responsible and I knew his schedule.  I did not know he was missing until 530am the next morning when I went to leave for work and his car was not in the driveway.  My son was found DECEASED over 60 miles away in Toledo! His cell phone was back where he went missing in Sandusky.  So there is no tracking his location.  His death could have been prevented with ONE telephone call!!! That call could have provided us with valuable time to notify authorities of his disappearance. His vehicle could have been stopped by police.  Schools are mandated to notify parents. Employers that employ minors NEED to be held to the same accountability. Ohio is one of the largest human trafficking networks. This would help eliminate a head start from any predator of our teens. This would also teach responsibility in our teens at the same time. They will understand how serious it is to be maintain contact and be responsible.  Please help me make a change!!! Lets set this up ONLY for No Call, No Shows!  Do NOT let my son death mean nothing. We need to protect our children. Let's speak up and make noise, be loud, and force a change!!!! In name of my son, Damian Gage Henning, I will fight for change!!!!!!!