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    • NEW YORK MANUAL FOR WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE - PART TWO - CLASSIFICATION CODE INTERPRETATIONS
      Cement Mfg.
      Notes:
      Description:

      Code 1701 applies to employers engaged in manufacturing cement, mortar, plaster, fiberglass insulation, rock wool, and similar products.

      This classification also applies to employers engaged in manufacturing mica goods made from mica and mica preparing.  Mica is a silicate mineral such as muscovite, the most common type of mica in the mica group which readily separates into thin, pliable leaves due to its crystalline structure. This classification includes preparing mica which involves separating the mica leaves from chunks of mica ore.  In addition, this classification includes forming these leaves into sheets.

      This classification also includes cutting mica sheets to size or into various shapes.  This material is most commonly used as insulation as it is heat resistant, primarily by industrial concerns such as but not limited to the electrical industry.     

      This classification is also applicable to cutting shapes from purchased mica sheets or leaves that have been split by others.

       

      Assignment by Analogies:
      • Drywall, sheetrock or wallboard
      • Isinglass (muscovite) – mica in the form of thin sheets that are transparent for use such as in windows for stove doors of the coal or wood burning type 
      • Perlite or vermiculite
      • Spackling compound
      • Stucco - mix and blend only
      Operations To Be Separately Rated:
      1. Building material dealer.  Refer to Code 8232 “Building Material Dealer – No Second-Hand Material & Local Managers, Drivers.” 

      2. Digging sand or gravel.  Refer to Code 4000 “Sand or Gravel Digging & Drivers.”

      3. Dredging.  Refer to Code 7333 “Dredging – All Types Program I,” Code 7335 “Dredging – All Types – Program II – State Act,” or Code 7337 “Dredging – All Types – Program II – USL Act.”
      4. Excavation.  Refer to Code 6217 “Excavation – NOC – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

      5. Grinding and pulverizing.  Refer to Code 1741 "Flint or Spar Grinding and Drivers."

      6. Mining:
        1. With shafts, tunnels or drifts.  Refer to Code 1170 “Mining – NOC – With Shafts, Tunnels or Drifts & Drivers.” 
        2. Surface mining.  Refer to Code 1624 “Quarry – NOC & Drivers.”
      7. Quarrying.  Refer to Code 1624 “Quarry – NOC & Drivers.”

    • NEW YORK MANUAL FOR WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE - PART TWO - CLASSIFICATION CODE INTERPRETATIONS
      Trucking – NOC – All Employees & Drivers
      Notes:

      It should be noted that there is an important distinction between Code 7219 and Code 7380 “Drivers, Chauffeurs, Messengers, and Their Helpers – NOC—Commercial.”  While both apply only if they are “Not Otherwise Classified,” Code 7219 applies to the transportation of goods not owned by the employer, whereas Code 7380 applies to the driving of vehicles and/or the transportation of goods owned by the employer. 

      Description:

      Code 7219 applies to employers engaged in delivering general merchandise or other products owned by others such as fuel, oil or milk.  The employer may be under contract with other businesses to pick up their goods and deliver them to the destination designated by their customers or the employer may be available for immediate hire.

      Drivers and their helpers drive to designated areas to pick up and load the merchandise on their truck.  The distance of destination varies depending on pick up sites and destination sites.  Once the merchandise is on the truck, the driver will deliver the merchandise to the location designated by the customer.  Merchandise is removed from the truck by the driver and/or helper or it may be removed by others not employed by the employer at the delivery site.  This classification also includes trucking of explosives or ammunition.

      Assignment by Analogies:

      • Towing service – no other operations         
      • Truck rental – with drivers  
      • Messengers – by motor vehicle delivery – parcels and packages only

      Operations To Be Separately Rated:
      1. Delivery of envelopes, parcels or packages by foot.  Refer to Code 8742 “Salespersons, Collectors or Messengers – Outside.”

      2. Delivery of envelopes, parcels or packages limit to 100 lbs.  Refer to Code 7231 “Messenger Service Companies – Delivering Mail, Parcels or Packages – All Employees & Drivers.”

      3. Parcel package delivery from retail stores to customers’ homes.  Refer to Code 7197 “Trucking – Parcels or Packages – Home Delivery From Retail Stores & Drivers.”

    • NEW YORK WORKERS' COMPENSATION STATISTICAL LATEST - PART II -
      7. POLICY EFFECTIVE DATE

      Report, in the format (YYMMDD), the year, month and day upon which the policy became effective.

      Report the effective date that corresponds exactly to the date shown on the Policy Information Page or to endorsements attached. In cases where an interstate policy was endorsed after the policy effective date to provide coverage for an additional state, report the effective date of the policy.

      For the second and third annual periods of three-year variable rate policies, report the effective date as one and two years, respectively, subsequent to the policy effective date on the Policy Information Page. For the first period, report the policy effective date as shown on the Policy Information Page, or as endorsed. In the event the policy contains WC 00 04 05 “Policy Period Endorsement”, then the effective date must coincide with the dates indicated on the schedule of that endorsement. Refer to Part (I), Item (19)  of this Plan for additional information.

      For the second annual period of extended-term policies, report the effective date as the second period began as shown in the WC 00 04 05 “Policy Period Endorsement”.

    • NEW YORK WORKERS' COMPENSATION STATISTICAL LATEST - PART II -
      8. POLICY EXPIRATION DATE

      Report, in the format (YYMMDD), the year, month and day on which the policy expired.

      If the policy was canceled, report the cancelation date as the expiration date. For policies that are canceled flat (e.g. policy effective date = policy expiration date), unit statistical reports are not required.

      A policy issued no longer than one year and 16 days is treated as a one-year policy and the expiration date shown on the Policy Information Page is reported.

      For the first and second annual periods of three-year variable rate policies, report the expiration date as one and two years, respectively, subsequent to the policy effective date set forth on the Policy Information Page. For the third period, report the policy expiration date as shown on the Policy Information Page, or as endorsed. In the event the policy contains WC 00 04 05 "Policy Period Endorsement", then the expiration date must coincide with the date indicated in the schedule of that endorsement.

      For the first and second periods of extended-term policies, report the associated expiration date for each term shown in the WC 00 04 05 “Policy Period Endorsement”.

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