Dam or Lock Construction – Concrete Work – In Connection with Dams or Locks – All Types – All Operations to Completion & Drivers

Note:

Description

Code 6017 applies to employers engaged in concrete work that is performed in connection with dams and locks.  This classification includes foundations or the making, setting up or taking down forms, scaffolds, falsework or concrete distribution apparatus.  In addition, it includes dam repair work.  This classification also contemplates temporary concrete batch plant operations at the construction job site when these batch plants are operated by the employer that is engaged in this classification’s construction operations.

Assignment By Analogy

Penstocks – water sluiceway construction – concrete

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Caisson work, cofferdam work or shaft sinking.  Refer to Code 6252 “Shaft Sinking – All Operations to Completion.”

  2. Earth moving or placing in connection with dams or locks – all types.  Refer to Code 6018 “Dam or Lock Construction – Earthmoving or Placing – In Connection with Dams or Locks – All Types – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  3. Tunneling - Pneumatic or Not pneumatic.  Refer to Code 6251 “Tunneling – All Operations to Completion.”

Dam or Lock Construction – Earthmoving or Placing – In Connection with Dams or Locks – All Types – All Operations to Completion & Drivers

Note:

With respect to non-pneumatic caisson or non-pneumatic cofferdam operations the appropriate caisson or cofferdam classification shall apply only to the construction, maintenance or removal of the caisson or cofferdam.

Description

Code 6018 is applicable to employers engaged in earthmoving and placing in connection with dam or lock construction.  This classification includes excavation, burrowing, filling, backfilling or grading operations only when performed in connection with dam or lock construction.  Machinery such as excavators, bulldozers, backhoes or graders are used to perform this operation.

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Caisson work, cofferdam work or shaft sinking.  Refer to Code 6252 “Shaft Sinking – All Operations to Completion.”

  2. Concrete construction operations in connection with dam or lock construction.  Refer to Code 6017 “Dam or Lock Construction – Concrete Work – In Connection with Dams or Locks – All Types – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  3. Excavation – not in connection with dam or lock construction.  Refer to Code 6217 “Excavation – NOC – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  4. Tunneling - Pneumatic or Not Pneumatic.  Refer to Code 6251 “Tunneling – All Operations to Completion.”

Day Care Centers – Children – All Other Employees & Drivers

Note:

Description

Code 9059 applies to nonprofessional employees of day care centers such as cooks or maintenance workers.

Assignment By Analogy

Pre-schools and nursery schools

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Professional employees of day care centers.  Refer to Code 8869 “Day Care Centers – Children – Professional Employees & Clerical, Salespersons.”

  2. Elementary schools that provide day care services at the same location.  Refer to Code 8868 “School or College – Professional Employees & Clerical.”

Day Care Centers – Children – Professional Employees & Clerical, Salespersons

Note:

Not applicable to elementary schools that provide day care services at the same location.

Description

Code 8869 applies to centers that offer day care services for children.  These centers predominantly provide day care for younger children with structured approach to learning social skills and early reading.  Activities include singing, dancing and storytelling.  Some facilities may also provide before and after-school care programs. Although the center may teach, instruct, and/or provide lessons for the children, the center is not the same as a traditional school

Employees assigned to this classification include but are not limited to teachers, salespersons, teachers’ aides, administrators and clerical employees.

Assignment By Analogy

Pre-Schools

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Elementary schools that provide day care services at the same location.  Refer to Code 8868 “School or College – Professional Employees & Clerical.”

  2. Drivers, cooks and maintenance personnel for day care centers.  Refer to Code 9059 “Day Care Centers – Children – All Other Employees & Drivers.”

Dental Laboratory

Note:

Description

Code 4692 applies to employers engaged in operating dental laboratories.  Dental laboratories manufacture teeth replacement dental appliances or enhancement products such as bridges, crowns and dentures, and orthodontic products such as braces and retainers.  According to a dentist’s prescription, these laboratories will custom make the above products.  Replacements are normally made to match a patient’s natural teeth color.

Raw materials such as plastics, acrylics, gold, waxes, alloys, porcelain, wire, steel, titanium, other natural minerals and man-made substances are used to make the actual dental replacements.  The lab technicians that manufacture the dental replacements use small hand tools, grinding and polishing equipment, burners, small furnaces and crafting instruments such as carvers and wax spatulas.  

The patient’s dentist will furnish the dental laboratory with impressions of the patient’s mouth that they have taken.  The dental laboratory will create a plaster model from the impression that the dentist provided.  Once the plaster model is cured, it will be placed on to an articulator for which the patient’ selection of teeth is attached with wax.  The wax is shaped and carved by the laboratory technician, set into a flask for which plaster is added to preserve the denture’s shape.  The wax needs to be removed from the flask which is done by putting the flask into boiling water.  If any of the wax remains, it will be washed away.  So that the acrylic does not stick to the plaster, a liquid separator is applied prior to the injection of the acrylic.  Acrylic is then ready to be injected into the flax.  When the acrylic cures, the plaster mold is broken away by the laboratory technician by means of special tools.  The dentures are washed in an ultrasonic bath to remove any miscellaneous fragments, trimmed and polished.  The completed dentures are sent to the dentist. The dentist will have their patients try on the dentures.  It may take more than one fitting to assure proper fit.  Any required adjustments to the dentures are performed by the dental laboratory. 

This classification also includes the repair of dentures by the dental laboratory.

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Drug, medicine or pharmaceutical preparation – no manufacturing of ingredients.  Refer to Code 4611 “Drug, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Preparation – No Mfg. of Ingredients.”

 

Department Store – Retail

Note:

Includes installation of house furnishings and shall apply to each location of a risk at which all the following conditions exist:

  1. The payroll subject to this classification is at least $900,000 per annum.

  2. The merchandise handled must include:
    1. Wearing apparel
    2. Linen/Domestics
    3. House furnishings (other than furniture)
    4. Two or more of the following:
      1. Cosmetics
      2. Furniture
      3. Giftware
      4. Hardware
      5. Jewelry
      6. Luggage
      7. Sporting Goods
      8. Stationery
      9. Toys
  3. The total combined annual sales of items (2)(a), 2(b) and 2(c) above must exceed 50% of the total annual sales.  Also, the total annual sales of wearing apparel, jewelry and cosmetics must not exceed 80% of the total annual sales.

Description

Code 8039 applies to large retail stores, which are characterized by many separate departments, each selling a specific type of merchandise.  This classification includes making custom house furnishings such as draperies, slipcovers, and window shades.  It also covers the installation of house furnishings such as draperies and rods, slipcovers, window shades, venetian blinds, carpets, linoleum, and non-ceramic floor tiles.

If a department store has more than one location, each must meet all three of the conditions in the above note to qualify for this classification.

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. The installation (other than delivery) and the service or repair of household appliances such as television sets, refrigerators, washing machines and air conditioners.  Refer to Code 9519 “Household Appliances – Electrical – Installation, Service or Repair & Drivers.”

  2. Concessions in a department store are rated based on the operations performed by the concessionaire.  Assign the appropriate store classification.

Detective or Patrol Agency & Drivers

Note:

Description

Code 7723 applies to employers engaged in providing armored car service, watchmen, guards or patrol officers to safeguard property owned by others.  Operations involve patrolling grounds and the property of others.  Guards may or may not be armed and may be permitted to make an arrest in some cases.

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Police officers, sheriffs, strike breakers and strike guards.  Refer to Code 7720 “Police Officers & Drivers.”

Developmental Organizations – All Employees & Salespersons, Drivers

Note:

Description

Code 8864 applies to charitable, welfare, or social service organizations that are engaged in providing services to individuals who are mentally, physically or emotionally challenged, troubled youth, children in crisis, abused persons, persons with financial and employment hardships, and individuals performing drug or alcohol related community service.  A broad range of services such as clinical, educational, counseling, meals on-site, vocational training and recreational are provided.  These organizations may have workshops to train individuals in various types of tasks to educate and prepare them for employment or future placement at residential facilities.

Employees assigned to this classification include but are not limited to counselors, resource and referral specialists, case managers who coordinate services of organizations to benefit an individual or family, volunteer coordinators, outside welfare workers, classroom teachers who teach or demonstrate in a classroom environment, cooks, drivers, housekeepers, laundry, security, and maintenance personnel, and medical professionals such as physicians and nurses. 

Assignment By Analogy

• Charitable or welfare organizations – blind – including workshop and store operations and collecting, reselling and reconditioning of used merchandise
• Missions – charitable or religious

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Group homes, halfway houses, temporary shelters and independent supportive living homes where no medical services are provided by nursing or medical personnel on staff.  Refer to Code 8865 “Alcohol or Drug Rehabilitation Facility – All Employees & Clerical.”

  2. Outpatient clinics in which the employer provides counseling services for clients with mental or substance abuse issues.  Refer to Code 8832 “Physician & Clerical.”

  3. Detoxification centers, alcoholic rehabilitation centers, and narcotic rehabilitation centers.  Refer to Code 8833 “Hospital – Professional Employees” and Code 9040 “Hospital – All Other Employees.”

Die Casting Mfg.

Note:

Shall not be assigned to a risk engaged in operations described by another classification unless the operations subject to Code 1925 are conducted as a separate and distinct business.

Description

Code 1925 applies to employers engaged in die casting.  Various alloys may be used in the manufacturing process such as aluminum, lead, zinc, nickel, tin, magnesium, white metal, chromium or copper.  Alloys are melted, injected into ingots by air or hydraulic pressure, then cooled to form.  Castings are ejected and cleaned by grinding and sanding.  Castings may be sold in a rough finished state, drilled and tapped, turned, milled, buffed, or polished.  The castings are inspected prior to shipment or delivery to the employer’s customers.

Assignment By Analogy

• Centrifugal casting     
• Figurine manufacturing – metal – die casting machine process

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Metal jig, fixture or die manufacturing for customers for use in their own manufacturing operations.  Refer to Code 3113 “Tool Mfg. – NOC – Not Drop or Machine Forged.”

  2. Manufacturing:

    1. Solder:
      1.  In paste and flux form.  Refer to Code 4597  “Paste, Ink (Writing) or Mucilage Mfg.”
      2.  In bars that are melted and poured.  Refer to Code 3085 “Foundry – Non-Ferrous.”
    2. Steel rule dies principally made for use by others for their own operations.  Refer to Code 2790 “Pattern Making – NOC.”

Diving – Marine – Program I

Note:

If both diving and construction work are performed at the same job by the same employee, no division of payroll is permitted, and the highest rated classification is used.

Description

Code 7394 applies to operations described in this scope that are conducted on waters subject to Admiralty jurisdiction.  Refer to Rule XII “Admiralty Law and the Federal Employers’ Liability Act” of this Manual for explanation of the Admiralty law and a description of Coverage Programs that pertain to this classification.

This classification includes divers and deck hands or other “diving tender” support personnel who assist in diving activities such as line handlers and pump persons.  Diving support personnel, be they located on a vessel or on shore, are included within the scope of this classification. 

This classification contemplates operations of companies engaged in cleaning oil spills, provided the clean-up activities are conducted on navigable waters.

Marine wrecking operations are within the scope of this classification.  A permanent yard maintained by a marine wrecking company is included under this classification. 

Additional operations to be included under this classification are underwater demolition experts, installers of underwater oil or gas flow lines from drilling rigs to production platforms, companies engaged in the prevention of oil spills from a berthed vessel prior to and during the unloading of oil, and diving activities in connection with sewer construction, underwater mining and sweeping operations.

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. State Act Benefits under Program II for divers.  Refer to Code 7395 “Diving – Marine – Program II – State Act.” 

  2. USL Act Benefits under Program II for divers.  Refer to Code 7398 “Diving – Marine – Program II USL Act.”

Diving – Marine – Program II – State Act

Note:

If both diving and construction work are performed at the same job by the same employee, no division of payroll is permitted, and the highest rated classification is used.

Description

Code 7395 applies to operations described in this scope that are conducted on waters subject to Admiralty jurisdiction.  Refer to Rule XII “Admiralty Law and the Federal Employers’ Liability Act” of this Manual for explanation of the Admiralty law and a description of Coverage Programs that pertain to this classification.

This classification includes divers and deck hands or other “diving tender” support personnel who assist in diving activities such as line handlers and pump persons.  Diving support personnel, be they located on a vessel or on shore, are included within the scope of this classification. 

This classification contemplates operations of companies engaged in cleaning oil spills, provided the clean-up activities are conducted on navigable waters. 

Marine wrecking operations are within the scope of this classification.   A permanent yard maintained by a marine wrecking company is included under this classification. 

Additional operations to be included under this classification are underwater demolition experts; installers of underwater oil or gas flow lines from drilling rigs to production platforms; companies engaged in the prevention of oil spills from a berthed vessel prior to and during the unloading of oil; and diving activities in connection with sewer construction, underwater mining and sweeping operations. 

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Marine Program I for divers.  Refer to Code 7394 “Diving – Marine – Program I.” 

  2. USL Act Benefits under Program II for divers.  Refer to Code 7398 “Diving – Marine – Program II USL Act.”

Diving – Marine – Program II – USL Act

Note:

If both diving and construction work are performed at the same job by the same employee, no division of payroll is permitted, and the highest rated classification is used.

Description

Code 7398 applies to operations described in this scope that are conducted on waters subject to Admiralty jurisdiction.  Refer to Rule XII “Admiralty Law and the Federal Employers’ Liability Act” of this Manual for explanation of the Admiralty law and a description of Coverage Programs that pertain to this classification.

This classification includes divers and deck hands or other “diving tender” support personnel who assist in diving activities such as line handlers and pump persons.  Diving support personnel, be they located on a vessel or on shore, are included within the scope of this classification. 

This classification contemplates operations of companies engaged in cleaning oil spills, provided the clean-up activities are conducted on navigable waters.

Marine wrecking operations are within the scope of this classification.  A permanent yard maintained by a marine wrecking company is included under this classification. 

Additional operations to be included in this classification are underwater demolition experts, installers of underwater oil or gas flow lines from drilling rigs to production platforms, companies engaged in the prevention of oil spills from a berthed vessel prior to and during the unloading of oil, and diving activities in connection with sewer construction, underwater mining and sweeping operations. 

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Marine Program I for divers.  Refer to Code 7394 “Diving – Marine – Program I.”

  2. State Act Benefits under Program II for divers.  Refer to Code 7395 “Diving – Marine – Program II – State Act.”

Domestic Service Contractor – Inside

Note:

Description

Code 0917 applies to domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract to perform domestic services inside customers’ residences.  This classification includes the operation of training schools.

Assignment By Analogy

Baby Sitter Service Agencies

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract for services performed outside of customers’ residences.  Planting or care of lawns, gardens, trees, shrubs and flowers, grass cutting, weed control, lawn spraying, laying out grounds, and tree spraying or fumigating on a contract basis at customers’ premises.  Refer to Code 0042 “Landscape Gardening – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  2. Domestic workers that are part-time performing duties inside the employer’s residence.  Refer to Code 0908 “Domestic Workers – Inside – Occasional.”

  3. Domestic workers that are part-time performing duties outside of the employer’s residence.  Refer to Code 0909 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Occasional – Including Occasional Chauffeurs.”

  4. Domestic workers that are full-time performing duties outside of the employer’s residence.  Refer to Code 0912 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Including Private Chauffeurs.”

  5. Domestic workers that are full-time performing duties inside the employer’s residence.  Refer to Code 0913 “Domestic Workers – Inside.”  

Domestic Workers – Inside

Note:

Applies to full-time domestic workers who are employed full-time.  Any domestic worker employed more than one-half the time of the customary full-time worker shall be assigned and rated as a full-time domestic worker.      

Code 0912 is a per capita classification.  Refer to Rule XIII Section (E)(4) of this Manual for further information and to Part Three – Loss Costs for the per capita loss cost.

Description

Code 0913 applies to domestic full-time workers whose duties are principally performed inside the employer’s residence.  Duties or professions consist of housekeeping, cooking, laundering, nannies, babysitters, maids, butlers, au pairs, companions, home health care aides, or nurses. 

This classification includes ordinary repair or maintenance of the employer’s premises or equipment.

Assignment By Analogy

Convent or Rectory – domestic workers

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract for domestic services performed inside customers’ residences including the operation of training schools.  Refer to Code 0917 “Domestic Service Contractor – Inside.”  

  2. Domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract for services performed outside of customers’ residences.  Planting or care of lawns, gardens, trees, shrubs and flowers, grass cutting, weed control, lawn spraying, laying out grounds, and tree spraying or fumigating on a contract basis at customers’ premises.  Refer to Code 0042 “Landscape Gardening – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  3. Domestic workers that are part-time performing duties inside the employer’s residence.  Refer to Code 0908 “Domestic Workers – Inside – Occasional.”     

  4. Domestic workers that are part-time performing duties outside of the employer’s residence such as gardening including occasional private chauffeurs.  Refer to Code 0909 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Occasional – Including Occasional Chauffeurs.”

  5. Domestic workers that are full-time performing duties outside of the employer’s residence such as gardening and private chauffeuring.  Refer to Code 0912 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Including Private Chauffeurs.”  

  6. Home health care agencies providing private duty registered and licensed practical nurses, physical, speech and/or occupational therapists.  Refer to Code 8854 “Health Care Services – Medical or Other Professional Services – Traveling.”      

  7. Home health care agencies providing home health aides, personal care aides, and all other types of home aides and home support personnel such as homemakers, companions, and services to shut-ins involving shopping or assistance with personal grooming.  Refer to Code 9051 “Health Care Services – Daily Living Skills Services – Traveling.”  

Domestic Workers – Inside – Occasional

Note:

Occasional domestic workers are domestic workers who are employed part-time.  Any domestic worker employed more than one-half the time of the customary full-time worker shall be assigned and rated as a full-time domestic worker.   

Code 0908 is a per capita classification.  Refer to Rule XIII Section (E)(4) for further information and to  Part Three - Loss Costs for the per capita loss cost.

Description

Code 0908 applies to domestic part-time workers whose duties are principally performed inside the employer’s residence.  Duties or professions consist of housekeeping, cooking, laundering, nannies, babysitters, maids, butlers, au pairs, companions, home health care aides, or nurses.  This classification also includes ordinary repair or maintenance of the employer’s premises or equipment.  

Assignment By Analogy

Convent or rectory – domestic workers

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract for domestic services performed inside customers’ residences including the operation of training schools.   Refer to Code 0917 “Domestic Service Contractor – Inside.”  

  2. Domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract for services performed outside of customers’ residences.  Planting or care of lawns, gardens, trees, shrubs and flowers, grass cutting, weed control, lawn spraying, laying out grounds, and tree spraying or fumigating on a contract basis at customers’ premises.  Refer to Code 0042 “Landscape Gardening – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  3. Domestic workers that are full-time performing duties inside the employer’s residence.  Refer to Code 0913 “Domestic Workers – Inside.” 

  4. Domestic workers that are full-time performing duties outside of the employer’s residence such as gardening and private chauffeuring.  Refer to Code 0912 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Including Private Chauffeurs.”  

  5. Domestic workers that work occasionally performing duties outside of the employer’s residence such as gardening and occasional private chauffeuring.  Refer to Code 0909 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Occasional – Including Occasional Chauffeurs.”

  6. Home health care agencies providing private duty registered and licensed practical nurses, physical, speech and/or   occupational therapists.  Refer to Code 8854 “Health Care Services – Medical or Other Professional Services – Traveling.” 

  7. Home health care agencies providing home health aides, personal care aides, and all other types of home aides and home support personnel such as homemakers, companions, and services to shut-ins involving shopping or assistance with personal grooming.  Refer to Code 9051 “Health Care Services – Daily Living Skills Services – Traveling.”    

 

Domestic Workers – Outside – Including Private Chauffeurs

Note:

Applies to full-time domestic workers who are employed full-time.  Any domestic worker employed more than one-half the time of the customary full-time worker shall be assigned and rated as a full-time domestic worker. 

If commercial farm operations are conducted, Codes 0909 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Occasional – Including Occasional Chauffeurs” and 0912 do not apply to any operations at the farm location.  Refer to the appropriate farm classification.    

Code 0912 is a per capita classification.  Refer to Rule XIII Section (E)(4) of this Manual for further information and to Part Three – Loss Costs for the per capita loss cost.       

Description

Code 0912 applies to domestic full-time workers whose duties are principally performed outside of the employer’s residence.  Duties consist of gardening at the employer’s residence and chauffeuring the employer to and from requested destinations.

This classification also includes ordinary repair or maintenance of the employer’s premises or equipment.

Assignment By Analogy

Chauffers’ driving cars of the private passenger type for commercial concerns for executive use.

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract for domestic services performed inside customers’ residences including the operation of training schools.  Refer to Code 0917 “Domestic Service Contractor – Inside.” 

  2. Domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract for services performed outside of customers’ residences.  Planting or care of lawns, gardens, trees, shrubs and flowers, grass cutting, weed control, lawn spraying, laying out grounds, and tree spraying or fumigating on a contract basis at customers’ premises.  Refer to Code 0042 “Landscape Gardening – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  3. Domestic workers that are full-time performing duties inside the employer’s residence.  Refer to Code 0913 “Domestic Workers – Inside.”   

  4. Domestic workers that are employed part-time performing duties inside the employer’s residence.  Duties or professions consist of housekeeping, cooking, laundering, nannies, babysitters, maids, butlers, au pairs, companions, home health care aides, or nurses.  Refer to Code 0908 “Domestic Workers – Inside – Occasional.”

  5. Domestic workers that are employed part-time performing duties outside of the employer’s residence such as gardening including occasional private chauffeuring.  Refer to Code 0909 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Occasional – Including Occasional Chauffeurs.”

  6.  Home health care agencies providing private duty registered and licensed practical nurses, physical, speech and/or occupational therapists.  Refer to Code 8854 “Health Care Services – Medical or Other Professional Services – Traveling.”                   

  7. Home health care agencies providing home health aides, personal care aides, and all other types of home aides and home support personnel such as homemakers, companions and services to shut-ins involving shopping or assistance with personal grooming.  Refer to Code 9051 “Health Care Services – Daily Living Skills Services – Traveling.”   

 

Domestic Workers – Outside – Occasional – Including Occasional Chauffeurs

Note:

Occasional domestic workers are domestic workers who are employed part-time.  Any domestic worker employed more than one-half the time of the customary full-time worker shall be assigned and rated as a full-time domestic worker.

If commercial farm operations are conducted, Codes 0912 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Including Private Chauffeurs” and 0909 do not apply to any operations at the farm  location.  Refer to the appropriate farm classification.

Code 0909 is a per capita classification.  Refer to Rule XIII Section (E)(4) for further information and to Part Three – Loss Costs for the per capita loss cost.

Description

Code 0909 applies to domestic occasional workers whose duties are principally performed outside of the employer’s residence.  Duties consist of gardening at the employer’s residence and chauffeuring the employer to and from requested destinations.

This classification also includes ordinary repair or maintenance of the employer’s premises or equipment.

Assignment By Analogy

Babysitting

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract for domestic services performed inside customers’ residences including the operation of training schools.  Refer to Code 0917 “Domestic Service Contractor – Inside.”  

  2. Domestic service contractors engaged in furnishing employees under contract for services performed outside of customers’ residences.  Planting or care of lawns, gardens, trees, shrubs and flowers, grass cutting, weed control, lawn spraying, laying out grounds, and tree spraying or fumigating on a contract basis at customers’ premises.  Refer to Code 0042 “Landscape Gardening – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  3. Domestic workers that are full-time performing duties inside the employer’s residence.  Refer to Code 0913 “Domestic Workers – Inside.”   

  4. Domestic workers that are full-time performing duties outside of the employer’s residence such as gardening and private chauffeuring.  Refer to Code 0912 “Domestic Workers – Outside – Including Private Chauffeurs.”

  5. Domestic workers that are employed part-time performing duties inside the employer’s residence.  Duties or professions consist of housekeeping, cooking, laundering, nannies, babysitters, maids, butlers, au pairs, companions, home health care aides, or nurses.  Refer to Code 0908 “Domestic Workers – Inside – Occasional.”

  6. Home health care agencies providing private duty registered and licensed practical nurses, physical, speech and/or occupational therapists.  Refer to Code 8854 “Health Care Services – Medical or Other Professional Services – Traveling.”                

  7. Home health care agencies providing home health aides, personal care aides, and all other types of home aides and home support personnel such as homemakers, companions, and services to shut-ins involving shopping or assistance with personal grooming.  Refer to Code 9051 “Health Care Services – Daily Living Skills Services – Traveling.”

Door, Door Frame or Sash Erection – Metal or Metal Covered – All Operations to Completion

Note:

Description

Code 5102 applies to employers engaged in the erection or installation of metal or metal covered doors or door frames, including fireproof doors, elevator bucks, revolving or shower doors, tub enclosures and non-overhead type garage doors.  The operations include placement and securing by bolting, riveting or welding.  The doors may be trimmed for proper clearance, and latching mechanisms are installed. The replacement of existing doors may require the replacement of damaged or deteriorated sashes.

This classification includes erection of railings or fencing above the first story level.

Assignment By Analogy

Solar panel installation

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Installation or erection:
    1. Storm windows or doors.  Refer to Code 5428 “Storm Door, Storm Sash, Screens or Weather-Stripping Installation – All Operations to Completion.”
    2. Garage, overhead or roll-up doors including automatic opening devices.   Refer to Code 3724 “Machinery or Equipment Erection or Installation – NOC – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”
    3. Iron or steel balconies, fire escapes, fire proof shutters and staircases on the exterior of buildings and bridge roadway plates or grates.  Refer to Code 5040 “Iron or Steel Erection – Frame Structures – All Operations to Completion.”
    4. Railings or fencing on building exteriors from ground level and up to the first story.  Refer to Code 6400 “Fence Erection – Metal – All Operations to Completion.”
    5. Greenhouses.  Refer to Code 5402 “Greenhouse Erection – All Operations to Completion.”
    6. Architectural wood windows or doors.  Refer to Code 5429 “Cabinet Works Installation – All Operations to Completion.”
  2. Replacing broken window or glass.  Refer to Code 5462 “Glazier – Away From Shop – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  3. Electrical work associated with solar panel installation.  Refer to Code 5190 “Electrical Wiring – Within Buildings – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  4. Plumbing work associated with solar panel installation.  Refer to Code 5183 “Plumbing – NOC – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

Door, Door Frame or Sash Mfg. – Wood – Metal Covered

Note:

Description

Code 3060 applies to employers engaged in manufacturing metal covered wood core doors such as Kalamein, fire doors, steel doors and windows, window and door frames, sash and shutters.  The employer will use their own specifications or will use specifications provided by their customers.  Materials such as lumber, sheet metal, and hardware such as hinges, locks and doorknobs, are purchased from outside suppliers.  Prefabricated wood doors may also be received from outside suppliers or lumber is cut to size with the use of power machinery and secured to framing materials.  The sheet metal will also be cut to size with use of power machinery.  Depending on the sheet metal covered wood door, window or sash product type being manufactured and the employer’s fabrication technique, applying or adhering the sheet metal to the wood core product may involve gluing, drilling, bending, snapping, welding or bolting.  After the doors have been fabricated, hardware such as hinges, locks, doorknobs are added to the doors for completion.

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Manufacturing:
    1. Architectural wood windows, cabinets, or doors.  Refer to Code 2817 “Cabinet Works – NOC – With Power Machinery.”
    2. Doors, windows, window or door frames (sash), screens, shutters or other wooden assembled millwork.  Refer to Code 2737 “Door, Sash or Assembled Millwork Mfg. & Drivers.”   
    3. Fireproof all metal windows or doors, aluminum doors, storm and screen framed metal doors, garage doors including overhead doors, kickplates, and sheet metal frames for revolving doors.  In addition, shower door fabrication of metal frames and assembling with glass or plastic panels.  Refer to Code 3076 “Fireproof Equipment Mfg.”
    4. Hollow bronze door.  Refer to Code 3041 “Iron or Steel Fabrication – Iron or Steel Works – Shop – Decorative or Artistic & Foundries, Drivers.”

Door, Sash or Assembled Millwork Mfg. & Drivers

Note:

Code 2737 and Code 2731 “Planing or Molding Mill” or Code 2802 “Carpentry – Shop Only & Drivers” shall not be assigned to the same employer unless the operations described by these classifications are conducted as separate and distinct businesses.  Where an employer deals in any lumber or building materials or in any fuel and materials in addition to products manufactured, all storage or yard operations and all drivers shall be assigned to the appropriate yard or dealer classification.

Code 2802 “Carpentry – Shop Only & Drivers” is not available for division of payroll with Code 2731 “Planing or Molding Mill” or Code 2737.

Description

Code 2737 applies to employers engaged in manufacturing assembled wooden millwork products such as windows, doors, window and door frames, screens and shutters.

This classification includes dressing of rough lumber by planing, purchasing dressed lumber to be machined and assembled, and repairs in-shop. 

Incidental finishing such as glazing, painting, staining or varnishing are inclusive under this classification.  However, millwork products are usually shipped in the raw wood state or only prime coated.

This classification also includes repair in shop of wood framed storm and screen doors, combination screen and storm wood windows, wood replacement windows and wooden framed window screens.

Assignment By Analogy

Floors - portable wooden

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. When an employer’s operations are subject to Code 2737 and the employer also deals in any lumber, building materials or fuel, in addition to the millwork products it has manufactured, all yard, storage and delivery operations are assigned to either Code 8232 “Building Material Dealer– No Second-Hand Material & Local Managers, Drivers,” or Code 8235 “Door, Sash or Finished Millwork Dealer & Drivers,” depending upon whether the products handled in the yard are principally of the type described by Code 8232, or Code 8235.  Refer to Code 8232 “Building Material Dealer – No Second-Hand Material & Local Managers, Drivers” and Code 8235 “Door, Sash or Finished Millwork Dealer & Drivers.”     

  2. Furniture assembly – wood or metal – from purchased manufactured furniture parts.  Refer to Code 2881 “Furniture Assembly – Wood – From Manufactured Parts.”   

  3. Manufacturing:
    1. Architectural wood windows or doors.  Refer to Code 2817 “Cabinet Works – NOC – With Power Machinery.”    
    2. Barrel parts.  Refer to Code 2710 “Saw Mill.”
      1. Subsequent barrel assembly operations.  Refer to Code 2759.  “Box or Box Shook Mfg.”
    3. Furniture manufacturing from furniture parts that are machined by the same employer.  Furniture parts – unassembled.  Refer to Code 2883 “Furniture Mfg. – NOC – Wood.”
    4. Kitchen or display cabinets.  Refer to Code 2817” Cabinet Works – NOC – With Power Machinery.”
    5. Pallets or skids – wooden.  Prefabricated wooden buildings or building parts such as roof trusses or wall sections.  Refer to Code 2802 “Carpentry – Shop Only & Drivers.” 
    6. Veneer or plywood.  Refer to Code 2714 “Veneer Mfg.”
    7. Windows or doors:
      1.  Made of metal.  Refer to Code 3076 “Fireproof Equipment Mfg.”
      2.  Made of wood covered with metal.  Refer to Code 3060 “Door, Door Frame or Sash Mfg. – Wood – Metal Covered.”
    8. Wooden crates, boxes or box parts.  Refer to Code 2759 “Box or Box Shook Mfg.”
  4. Dressed lumber, flooring and unassembled millwork.  Refer to Code 2731 “Planing or Molding Mill.” If an employer is engaged in the manufacturing of both assembled and unassembled millwork either Code 2737 “Door, Sash or Assembled Millwork Mfg. & Drivers” or Code 2731 “Planing or Molding Mill” may be assigned depending on the principal products being manufactured by the employer.

Door, Sash or Finished Millwork Dealer & Drivers

Note:

Applicable to concerns dealing principally in such finished millwork as doors, frames, sash, screens, columns, paneling, cupboards, mantels, finished flooring or furniture such as kitchen cabinets, ironing boards, breakfast sets, window seats, wall cabinets or cases with or without such items as moldings, stair trim baseboards or shelving, but with no other lumber or building materials except in limited quantities as an accommodation. 

Includes the assembling of finished parts or glazing of products received from other concerns and the cutting down of standard stock sizes to special sizes, but not the assembling or glazing of items manufactured by the employer.  This classification is not available for division of payroll with Code 8232 “Building Material Dealer – No Second-Hand Material & Local Managers, Drivers.”

Description

Code 8235 applies to employers engaged exclusively in buying, selling, and distributing sash, doors, or finished millwork.  These products are typically made from wood or lightweight metal such as aluminum.  Such operations may include incidental sale of associated hardware and other items related to the sale of millwork. 

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Employers that do not deal exclusively in kitchen cabinets and other assembled millwork products.  Refer to Code 8017  “Retail Store – NOC – No Service of Food,” Code 8018 “Wholesale Store – NOC,” or Code 8044 “Furniture Store – Wholesale or Retail & Drivers.”

  2. Minor amount of kitchen cabinet and other assembled millwork products.  Refer to Code 8044 “Furniture Store – Wholesale or Retail & Drivers.”

Dredging – All Types – Program I

Note:

Description

Code 7333 applies to operations described in this scope that are conducted on waters subject to Admiralty jurisdiction.  Refer to Rule XII “Admiralty Law and the Federal Employers’ Liability Act” of this Manual for explanation of the Admiralty law and a description of Coverage Programs that pertain to this classification.

Dredging operations involve the cleaning, deepening or widening of a body of water.  Scooping or suction machinery is generally employed in the dredging process to remove sand, clay, mud or other material from the body of water that is being dredged.

This classification is assigned to the crew of the dredge, the pontoon crew, the shoreline crew as well as any employees who are on the shore distributing the discharged material while the dredge is operating in the area.  It includes the maintenance and repair of the dredge and its equipment by employees of the employer, regardless of whether such maintenance and repair are done at the location of the dredging work or when the dredge is pulled out of the water for hull repair by ship repairing contractors.

Assignment By Analogy

Cleaning services on water – oil spills

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Dredging – All Types.  Program II – State Act Benefits.  Cleaning services on water – oil spills.  Refer to Code 7335 “Dredging – All Types – Program II – State Act.”

  2. Dredging – All Types.  Program II – USL Act Benefits.  Cleaning services on water – oil spills. Refer to Code 7337 “Dredging – All Types – Program II – USL Act.”

Dredging – All Types – Program II – State Act

Note:

Description

Code 7335 applies to operations described in this scope that are conducted on waters subject to Admiralty jurisdiction.  Refer to Rule XII “Admiralty Law and the Federal Employers’ Liability Act” of this Manual for explanation of the Admiralty law and a description of Coverage Programs that pertain to this classification.

Dredging operations involve the cleaning, deepening or widening of a body of water.  Scooping or suction machinery is generally employed in the dredging process to remove sand, clay, mud or other material from the body of water that is being dredged.

This classification is assigned to the crew of the dredge, the pontoon crew, the shoreline crew as well as any employees who are on the shore distributing the discharged material while the dredge is operating in the area.  It includes the maintenance and repair of the dredge and its equipment by employees of the employer, regardless of whether such maintenance and repair are done at the location of the dredging work or when the dredge is pulled out of the water for hull repair by ship repairing contractors.

Assignment By Analogy

Cleaning services on water – oil spills

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Dredging – All Types.  Program II – USL Act Benefits.  Cleaning services on water – oil spills.  Refer to Code 7337 “Dredging – All Types – Program II – USL Act.”

  2. Dredging – All Types.  Program I.  Cleaning services on water – oil spills.  Refer to Code 7333 “Dredging – All Types – Program I.”

Dredging – All Types – Program II – USL Act

Note:

Description

Code 7337 applies to operations described in this scope that are conducted on waters subject to Admiralty jurisdiction.  Refer to Rule XII “Admiralty Law and the Federal Employers’ Liability Act” of this Manual for explanation of the Admiralty law and a description of Coverage Programs that pertain to this classification.

Dredging operations involve the cleaning, deepening or widening of a body of water.  Scooping or suction machinery is generally employed in the dredging process to remove sand, clay, mud or other material from the body of water that is being dredged.

This classification is assigned to the crew of the dredge, the pontoon crew, the shoreline crew as well as any employees who are on the shore distributing the discharged material while the dredge is operating in the area.  It includes the maintenance and repair of the dredge and its equipment by employees of the employer, regardless of whether such maintenance and repair are done at the location of the dredging work or when the dredge is pulled out of the water for hull repair by ship repairing contractors.

Assignment By Analogy

Cleaning services on water – oil spills

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Dredging – All Types.  Program II – State Act Benefits.  Cleaning services on water – oil spills.  Refer to Code 7335 “Dredging – All Types – Program II – State Act.”

  2. Dredging – All Types.  Program I – USL Act Benefits.  Cleaning services on water – oil spills.  Refer to Code 7333 “Dredging – All Types – Program I.”

Dress Pattern Mfg. – Paper

Note:

Includes designers, drafting employees and cutters.
                
Shall not be assigned to an employer engaged in operations described by another classification unless the operations subject to Code 4282 are conducted as a separate and distinct business.

Description

Code 4282 applies to employers engaged in manufacturing cardboard or paper dress patterns, paper coats, paper dresses, shoe or boot patterns and music rolls for player pianos.  Raw materials purchased and used are rolled paper, pattern paper, grading paper, sheet cardboard, plastic pellets, boxes and labels.

Manufacturing process includes drawing and designing different styles, transferring by cutting and putting on cardboard masters used as the model for tissue patterns, printing lines, letters for pattern parts, instructions for pattern parts and envelopes.  For music roll manufacturing there is a special piano used for printing music by pencil or rolls of paper indicating music composition.

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Pattern making:
    1. Embroidery works – textiles printed with design.  Refer to Code 2553 “Furnishing Goods Mfg. – NOC – From Textile Fabrics.”
    2. Industrial – models or prototypes.  Refer to Code 2790 “Pattern Making – NOC.”  

Drilling – NOC – All Operations to Completion & Drivers

Note:

Shall not be assigned at a single job or location to a risk engaged in operations described by another classification.

Description

Code 6204 applies to specialty contractors engaged in drilling work.  This classification contemplates all types of drilling, except drilling related to oil or gas wells or drilling underground mines.  This classification is not applicable to the drilling of exploratory holes pursuant to oil or gas exploration.

This classification applies to water well drilling, exploratory core drilling to determine the characteristics of ground strata, which will subsequently support a foundation of a structure, drilling of holes in rock for shot holes, drilling of holes for lag bolts to anchor sills of building, discretional drilling, and drilling of holes in concrete or masonry walls, floors, etc., within buildings when performed by specialist drillers.  This classification is not applicable to nondrilling trades such as electricians, plumbers, etc. who will drill through wood or metal studs, etc. as part of performing their jobs.

Assignment By Analogy

• Artesian well drilling
• Borings test – foundation exploration
• Gas equipment and supplies operating – new

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Excavation.  Refer to Code 6217 “Excavation – NOC – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  2. Oil or gas well drilling or redrilling.  Refer to Code 6235 “Oil or Gas Well – Drilling or Redrilling – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

  3. Seismic geographical exploration.  Refer to Code 5508 “Excavation – Rock – All Operations to Completion & Drivers.”

Drivers, Chauffeurs and Their Helpers – NOC – Commercial

Note:

Code 7380 is subject to the Standard Exception Manual Rule IV – Classifications of this Manual.  This classification is not available for division of payroll.

Description

Code 7380 applies to employees engaged performing duties for the employer principally on or in connection with a vehicle or bicycle.

Assignment By Analogy

• Bookmobile drivers
• Hand truck delivery
• Traveling kiddie rides
• Medical equipment delivery and set up

Operations To Be Separately Rated

Drug Store – Wholesale

Note:

Description

Code 8047 applies to stores which are principally engaged in the wholesale distribution of drugs, medicines and pharmaceutical ingredients used for the compounding and dispensing of prescriptions.

In addition, such stores perform, as a minor and incidental operation, the selling of other merchandise such as cosmetics, hair preparations, combs, brushes, toothpaste, mouthwash, deodorants, disinfectants, soap, shampoo, baby products, bandages, dressings, cotton, fever thermometers, heating pads, vaporizers, sterilizers, elastic stockings, abdominal supports, splints, rubber water bottles, ice caps and shower caps.

Assignment By Analogy

• Animal pharmaceuticals – livestock – including manufacturing of ingredients and no manufacturing of ingredients
• Grinding and mixing drugs with no manufacturing of ingredients
• Pharmacies, pharmaceutical preparation and medicine – including manufacturing of ingredients and no manufacturing of ingredients

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Wholesale stores which are principally engaged in selling miscellaneous merchandise described above, and which also sell a minor amount of medicines and drugs.  Refer to Code 8018 “Wholesale Store – NOC.”
     

Drug, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Preparation – No Mfg. of Ingredients

Note:

Applies to compounding, blending or packing operations only.

Code 4611 and Code 4825 “Drug, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Preparation Mfg. – Includes Mfg. of Ingredients,” Code 4828 “Chemical Blending or Mixing – NOC – All Operations & Drivers,” or Code 4829 “Chemical Mfg. – NOC – All Operations & Drivers” shall not be assigned to the same employer unless the operations described by these classifications are conducted as separate and distinct businesses.    

Description

Code 4611  applies to employers engaged in preparation of drugs, medicines and pharmaceuticals from purchased ingredients.  This classification does not include manufacturing of any of the ingredients.  The ingredients including other miscellaneous ingredients such as sugars, starches, oils, extracts, flavorings and colorings are purchased from outside suppliers.  The purchased ingredients are mixed by hand or machine and blended according to specific formulas, provided no chemical processes are involved.  Some mixtures may be blended to formula with or without heat to make certain medicine or drug preparations.  Other types of preparations include the making of pills, tablets or capsules.

This classification also applies to employers engaged in manufacturing, packaging and labeling patent drugs, medicines, powders, toothpaste, shampoos, perfume, cosmetics, ointments and shaving cream, provided that no ingredients are manufactured by the employer.

This classification is also applicable to packaging and repackaging medicines, drugs and pharmaceutical preparations manufactured by others.

 

Assignment By Analogy

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Manufacturing:
    1. Chemical.  If conducted as a separate and distinct business from Code 4611 operations.  Refer to Code 4829 “Chemical Mfg. – NOC – All Operations & Drivers.”
    2. Drug, medicine or pharmaceutical preparation.  If conducted as a separate and distinct business from Code 4611 operations.  Refer to Code 4825 “Drug, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Preparation Mfg. – Includes Mfg. of Ingredients.”
    3. Essential oils.  Refer to Code 4628 “Extract Mfg.”
    4. Pharmaceutical or surgical goods such as adhesive bandages, absorbent cotton and pharmaceutical appliances.  Refer to Code 4693 “Pharmaceutical or Surgical Goods Mfg. – NOC.”

 

Drug, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Preparation Mfg. – Includes Mfg. of Ingredients

Note:

Code 4825 and Code 4611 “Drug, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Preparation – No Mfg. of Ingredients,” Code 4828 “Chemical Blending or Mixing – NOC – All Operations & Drivers” or Code 4829 “Chemical Mfg. – NOC – All Operations & Drivers,” shall not be assigned to the same employer unless the operations described by these classifications are conducted as separate and distinct businesses.

Description

Code 4825 applies to employers engaged in manufacturing drugs, medicines, pharmaceuticals and other products including the manufacturing of ingredients used to manufacture these products.  Depending on the product the employer is manufacturing, raw materials may vary.   Some ingredients such as colorings, oils, binders, extracts and flavorings may be purchased from others or manufactured by the employer.  The manufacturing aspect of the operations may consist of distilling, cooking, heating, separating, pulverizing, screening, compounding, liquefying, drying, integrating, blending or mixing.

For an employer to be subject to this classification, an employer must manufacture drugs, medicines and pharmaceuticals.  If an employer is engaged in purchasing ingredients and is only engaged in compounding, blending or packaging operations, refer to the interpretations for Code 4611 “Drug, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Preparation – No Mfg. of Ingredients” for a complete description of this operation.

Assignment By Analogy

• Alcohol – rubbing
• Capsules – gelatin
• Cosmetics – (make-up) – eyeshadow, face powder, lipstick, mascara

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Manufacturing:
    1. Chemical if conducted as a separate and distinct business from Code 4825 operations.  Refer to Code 4829 “Chemical Mfg. – NOC – All Operations & Drivers.”
    2. Essential oil.  Refer to Code 4628 “Extract Mfg.”
    3. Pharmaceutical or surgical goods such as adhesive bandages, absorbent cotton and pharmaceutical appliances.  Refer to Code 4693 “Pharmaceutical or Surgical Goods Mfg. – NOC.” 
  2. Bottling – gel, hair spray, mousse, nail polish, perfumes, shampoo or vitamins and minerals – no manufacturing of ingredients.  Refer to Code 4611 “Drug, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Preparation – No Mfg. of Ingredients.”

  3. Chemical blending or mixing – NOC.  If conducted as a separate and distinct business from Code 4825 operations.  Refer to Code 4828 “Chemical Blending or Mixing – NOC – All Operations & Drivers.”

  4. Drug, medicine or pharmaceutical preparation – no manufacturing of ingredients.  If conducted as a separate and distinct business from Code 4825 operations.  Refer to Code 4611 “Drug, Medicine or Pharmaceutical Preparation – No Mfg. of Ingredients.”

Dry Cleaning or Laundry – Commercial & Route Salespersons, Drivers

Note:

Includes incidental alterations and pressing of items.

Description

Code 2591 applies to employers engaged in providing dry cleaning or laundry services principally for commercial customers.  Business owned garments such as uniforms, aprons, towels, linens or curtains are picked up and brought to employers’ facilities where they are dry cleaned, laundered, pressed and/or ironed.  Items are tagged, washed, dried, folded or dry cleaned, and bagged and picked up or delivered.

This classification also applies to facilities which may offer dry cleaning or laundering services to private individuals as long as services are principally to commercial customers.

Alterations of garments by a tailor is also subject to this classification when the location is principally engaged in laundering or dry cleaning for commercial concerns.

Assignment By Analogy

Cleaning or dyeing garments

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Carpet, upholstery or rug cleaning – shop or outside.  Refer to Code 2593 “Carpet, Rug or Upholstery Cleaning – Shop or Outside & Route Salespersons, Drivers.”

  2. Coin operated laundries self-service stores, laundry or dry-cleaning collection or distribution stores – no dry cleaning or laundering at the same location.  Refer to Code 8017 “Retail Store – NOC – No Service of Food.”

  3. Laundering or dry cleaning for retail customers. Refer to Code 2590 “Dry Cleaning or Laundry – Retail & Route Salespersons, Drivers.”

  4. Tailoring or alterations when performed by a custom clothing or tailor shop regardless if the articles were custom manufactured or not by the same employer. Refer to Code 2503 “Custom Clothing or Tailor Shop – Alterations – No Mass Mfg., Dry Cleaning or Laundering.”

  5. Towel, linen, uniform, apron or diaper rental including laundering.  Refer to Code 2594 “Linen, Towel, Uniform or Apron Rental and Cleaning Company & Route Salespersons & Drivers.”

  6. Towel, linen, uniform, apron or diaper rental – no laundering at the same location.  Refer to Code 8032 “Clothing or Wearing Apparel Store – Wholesale.”

Dry Cleaning or Laundry – Retail & Route Salespersons, Drivers

Note:

Includes incidental alterations and pressing of items.

Description

Code 2590 applies to employers engaged in providing dry cleaning or laundry services principally to individuals.  Clothing may be left with attendants who perform dry cleaning or laundering of customers goods such as garments, linens and other household products.  Items are tagged, washed, dried, folded or dry cleaned, folded and bagged awaiting customer pick-up.  Pick-up and delivery services may be available.

This classification also applies to coin-operated self-service laundromats that provide laundering services.

Alterations of garments by a tailor is also subject to this classification when the location is engaged in laundering or dry cleaning.

Assignment By Analogy

• Fur and fur products - cloting - cleaning, tumbling, glazing, combing, ironing and storage of fur and garments
• Cleaning or dyeing garments

Operations To Be Separately Rated

  1. Carpet, upholstery or rug cleaning – shop or outside. Refer to Code 2593 “Carpet, Rug or Upholstery Cleaning – Shop or Outside & Route Salespersons, Drivers.”

  2. Coin operated laundries self-service stores, laundry or dry-cleaning collection or distribution stores – no dry cleaning or laundering at the same location.  Refer to Code 8017 “Retail Store – NOC – No Service of Food.”

  3. Laundering or dry cleaning performed principally for commercial customers. Refer to Code 2591 “Dry Cleaning or Laundry – Commercial & Route Salespersons, Drivers.”

  4. Tailoring or alterations when performed by a custom clothing or tailor shop regardless if the articles were custom manufactured or not by the same employer.  Refer to Code 2503 “Custom Clothing or Tailor Shop – Alterations – No Mass Mfg., Dry Cleaning or Laundering.”

  5. Towel, linen, uniform, apron or diaper rental including laundering. Refer to Code 2594 “Linen, Towel, Uniform or Apron Rental and Cleaning Company & Route Salespersons & Drivers.”

  6. Towel, linen, uniform, apron or diaper rental – no laundering at the same location.; Refer to Code 8032 “Clothing or Wearing Apparel Store – Wholesale.”