Wisconsin Workers Compensation Class Codes
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As an “independent” WC state, the Wisconsin Rating Bureau (WCRB) determines classification codes, premiums, experience modifiers, and workers comp rates.
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About the Wisconsin Rating Bureau (WCRB)
- WCRB is an unincorporated & independent rate service association created by Wisconsin statute.
- WCRB is responsible for the classification, rates and rating plans used by all employers in the state of Wisconsin.
- WCRB regulates workers compensation policy forms and endorsements, as well as the collection and analysis of all statistical data necessary for calculating and distributing experience modifiers for local state businesses.
- The Wisconsin Rating Bureau also manages the Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Insurance Pool.
- While the WCRB is not a state agency, they are regulated by the State of Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (OCI). The Wisconsin Rating Bureau also works very closely with the Worker’s Compensation Division of the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD).
- WCRB assists DWD in its enforcement activities. By law, the WCRB receives required information on every worker’s compensation policy issued to every employer with operations in Wisconsin and every termination thereof, and electronically transmits this information to the Worker’s Compensation Division.
- The WCRB is an unincorporated association of insurers who, by law, must be members of the WCRB.
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These Classification Codes and Phraseology are NCCI Copyrighted materials, used with permission of NCCI © Copyright 1986-2018, National Council on Compensation Insurance, Inc. This is a representative list of NCCI Classification Codes and Phraseology which may be used for reference purposes only and may or may not be current. This list should not be relied on by any end users as current information, with current Classification Codes and Phraseology obtainable directly from NCCI. NCCI shall have no liability to any end user for the use or inability to use the Classification List and Phraseology provided on this website.
List of Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Class Codes
This page contains an exhaustive Wisconsin workers compensation code list, utilizing paginated tabs. Tab 0 contains the (Four digit) WI workers compensation codes that begin with “0,” Tab 1 contains WI workers compensation codes that begin with “1,” tab 2 contains WI workers compensation codes that begin with “2,” and so forth. On mobile devices, tabs are shown on the bottom of the page.
0005 Bedding plant growers & drivers (applies only to plants not contemplated by 0035)
0005 Christmas tree planting, cultivating and harvesting–& drivers
0005 Farm–nursery employees & drivers (includes incidental landscape gardening)
0005 Farm product–Christmas trees–& drivers
0005 Farm product–holly–& drivers
0005 Farm product–nursery, trees & shrubs–& drivers
0005 Farm product–trees–& drivers
0005 Shrub cultivation–& drivers
0005 Sod dealer–no farming–& drivers
0005 Tree planting for reforestation–& drivers
0006 Farm–dairy & drivers (WI)
0008 Farm–gardening–market or truck–& drivers
0008 Farm product–asparagus–& drivers
0008 Farm product–beans, green–& drivers
0008 Farm product–beets, table–& drivers
0008 Farm product–broccoli–& drivers
0008 Farm product–brussels sprouts–& drivers
0008 Farm product–cabbage–& drivers
0008 Farm product–carrots–& drivers
0008 Farm product–cauliflower–& drivers
0008 Farm product–celery–& drivers
0008 Farm product–cucumbers–& drivers
0008 Farm product–horseradish–& drivers
0008 Farm product–kale–& drivers
0008 Farm product–lettuce–& drivers
0008 Farm product–onions, green–& drivers
0008 Farm product–parsnips–& drivers
0008 Farm product–peppers–& drivers
0008 Farm product–radishes–& drivers
0008 Farm product–rhubarb–& drivers
0008 Farm product–rutabagas–& drivers
0008 Farm product–spinach–& drivers
0008 Farm product–sweet corn–& drivers
0008 Farm product–taro–& drivers
0008 Farm product–tomatoes–& drivers
0008 Farm product–turnips–& drivers
0008 Farm–vegetable–& drivers
0008 Vegetable growing
0016 Farm–orchard or grove & drivers
0016 Farm product–apples–& drivers
0016 Farm product–apricots–& drivers
0016 Farm product–bananas–& drivers
0016 Farm product–black walnuts–& drivers
0016 Farm product–cherries–& drivers
0016 Farm product–coffee–& drivers
0016 Farm product–English walnuts–& drivers
0016 Farm product–figs–& drivers
0016 Farm product–filberts–& drivers
0016 Farm product–macadamia nuts–& drivers
0016 Farm product–nectarines–& drivers
0016 Farm product–nuts (black walnut, English walnut, filbert, etc.–tree growing)–& drivers
0016 Farm product–orchards–& drivers
0016 Farm product–papaya–& drivers
0016 Farm product–peaches–& drivers
0016 Farm product–pears–& drivers
0016 Farm product–plums–& drivers
0016 Farm product–prunes–& drivers
0016 Farm product–walnuts–& drivers
0016 Fruit farm–& drivers
0016 Nut farm–& drivers
0016 Turpentine farm & drivers
0034 Bee raising–& drivers
0034 Chicken catchers–& drivers
0034 Cricket raising–& drivers
0034 Egg or poultry producer–& drivers
0034 Farm–apiary–& drivers
0034 Farm–egg or poultry producer & drivers
0034 Farm–poultry or egg producers & drivers
0034 Farm product–chickens–& drivers
0034 Farm product–eggs–& drivers
0034 Farm product–ostriches–& drivers
0034 Farm product–poultry–& drivers
0034 Farm product–turkeys–& drivers
0034 Hatchery–bird–& drivers
0034 Insect raising–& drivers
0034 Ostrich farms–& drivers
0034 Worm raising–& drivers
0034 Honey processing
0035 Algae farming–& drivers
0035 Bedding plant growers & drivers
0035 Blanket or wreath mfg.–evergreen–& drivers
0035 Farm–florist & drivers
0035 Farm product–bulbs, flowers–& drivers
0035 Farm product–flowers, field growing–& drivers
0035 Florist–farm–& drivers
0035 Mushroom raising–& drivers
0035 Wreath or blanket mfg.–evergreen–& drivers
0036 Dairy farm operation–& drivers
0036 Farm–dairy & drivers
0036 Farm product–dairy–& drivers
0037 Corn detasselling–& drivers
0037 Cotton picking–& drivers
0037 Farm–field crops & drivers
0037 Farm–NOC & drivers
0037 Farm product–alfalfa–& drivers
0037 Farm product–barley–& drivers
0037 Farm product–beans, dry–& drivers
0037 Farm product–beets, sugar–& drivers
0037 Farm product–cantaloupes–& drivers
0037 Farm product–clover–& drivers
0037 Farm product–corn–& drivers
0037 Farm product–dill–& drivers
0037 Farm product–garlic–& drivers
0037 Farm product–grain–& drivers
0037 Farm product–grass seed–& drivers
0037 Farm product–hay–& drivers
0037 Farm product–melons–& drivers
0037 Farm product–millet–& drivers
0037 Farm product–mint–& drivers
0037 Farm product–mustard–& drivers
0037 Farm product–oats–& drivers
0037 Farm product–onions, dry–& drivers
0037 Farm product–peanuts–& drivers
0037 Farm product–peas, dry–& drivers
0037 Farm product–peas, green–& drivers
0037 Farm product–peppermint–& drivers
0037 Farm product–pineapples–& drivers
0037 Farm product–potatoes–& drivers
0037 Farm product–pumpkins–& drivers
0037 Farm product–rice–& drivers
0037 Farm product–rye–& drivers
0037 Farm product–squash–& drivers
0037 Farm product–sugar beets–& drivers
0037 Farm product–sugarcane–& drivers
0037 Farm product–timothy–& drivers
0037 Farm product–tobacco–& drivers
0037 Farm product–watermelons–& drivers
0037 Farm product–wheat–& drivers
0037 Grazing land maintenance–& drivers
0037 Moss gathering–& drivers
0037 Peppermint distillation by farmers–& drivers
0037 Sod farming–& drivers
0037 Spice growing–& drivers
0037 Tobacco farms–& drivers
0042 Artificial turf–installation only–& drivers
0042 Landscape gardening & drivers
0042 Road or street sodding or beautification work–& drivers
0042 Street or road construction– beautification work–& drivers
0042 Street or road sodding or beautification work–& drivers
0050 Anhydrous ammonia–application to soil by contractors & drivers
0050 Brush or weed control by spraying–existing right-of-way–& drivers
0050 Corn shelling–portable–& drivers
0050 Farm machinery operation–by contractor–& drivers
0050 Feed mfg.–portable–& drivers
0050 Fertilizer application–specialist contractor–& drivers
0050 Hay baling & drivers
0050 Insect control–crops, spraying from ground by specialist contractor–& drivers
0050 Weed control–spraying from ground by specialist contractor–& drivers
0079 Cranberry grower–all operations & drivers (WI)
0079 Cranberry growers
0079 Farm–berry or vineyard–& drivers
0079 Farm product–berries–& drivers
0079 Farm product–cranberries–& drivers
0079 Farm product–currants–& drivers
0079 Farm product–grapes–& drivers
0079 Farm product–hops–& drivers
0079 Farm product–kiwi–& drivers
0079 Farm product–strawberries–& drivers
0079 Farm product–vineyards–& drivers
0079 Farm–vineyard or berry–& drivers
0083 Artificial insemination of cattle–all other employees & drivers
0083 Dude ranches–cattle ranches & drivers
0083 Farm–cattle or livestock raising NOC & drivers
0083 Farm–goat or sheep raising & drivers
0083 Farm–livestock or cattle raising NOC & drivers
0083 Farm product–cattle–& drivers
0083 Farm product–goats–& drivers
0083 Farm product–hogs–& drivers
0083 Farm product–horses–& drivers
0083 Farm product–sheep–& drivers
0083 Farm–sheep or goat raising & drivers
0106 Christmas tree harvesting exclusively–& drivers
0106 Stump removal operations–by specialist contractors & drivers
0106 Tree pruning and removal–all operations & drivers–natural catastrophe
0106 Tree pruning, spraying, repairing–all operations & drivers
0106 Tree pruning, trimming, or spraying–all operations & drivers for existing right-of-way–electric, power, telephone, burglar, or fire alarm lines
0108 County forestry horticultural operations–all operations & drivers (WI)
0113 Farm–fish hatchery & drivers
0113 Farm product–fish hatcheries–& drivers
0113 Fish hatcheries–& drivers
0170 Alligator farms–& drivers
0170 Chinchilla raising–& drivers
0170 Farm–animal raising (fur bearing) & drivers
0170 Farm product–animals–fur bearing–& drivers
0170 Fox raising–& drivers
0170 Fur bearing animals–& drivers, raising of
0170 Laboratory animals–breeding or care–& drivers
0170 Mink raising–& drivers
0251 Ditch cleaning–irrigation–& drivers
0251 Irrigation or drainage system or canal maintenance–& drivers
0251 Irrigation works operation & drivers
0400 Cotton compressing & drivers
0401 Cotton gin operation & local managers, drivers
0401 Decortication–fibrous plants–& drivers
0908 Domestic workers–residences– part-time
0913 Domestic workers–residences– full-time
0917 Residential cleaning services by contractor–inside
1005 Coal mining–surface–& drivers
1016 Coal mining–NOC
1164 Cave expansion–& drivers
1164 Caves–excavation of new areas for exhibition purposes–& drivers
1164 Clay mining–underground–& drivers
1164 Mineral mining–underground–& drivers
1164 Mining NOC–not coal–underground–& drivers
1164 Ore mining–underground–& drivers
1164 Stone mining–underground–& drivers
1165 Asbestos–surface mining–& drivers
1165 Asphalt–surface mining–& drivers
1165 Chalk–surface mining–& drivers
1165 Graphite–surface mining–& drivers
1165 Gypsum–surface mining–& drivers
1165 Mica–surface mining–& drivers
1165 Mining NOC–not coal–surface & drivers
1165 Ore mining–surface–& drivers
1165 Phosphate rock–surface mining–& drivers
1165 Talc–surface mining–& drivers
1320 Gas or oil lease operator–natural gas–all operations & drivers
1320 Oil or gas lease operator–all operations & drivers
1322 Oil or gas well cleaning or swabbing of old wells having previously produced gas or oil–by contractor–no drilling–& drivers
1430 Lead mfg. & drivers
1430 Smelting, sintering or refining–lead–& drivers
1438 Blast furnace operation & drivers
1438 Calcium carbide mfg. & drivers
1438 Magnesium metal mfg.–all operations and drivers
1438 Metal extraction from ores–non-ferrous–& drivers
1438 Porcelain frit mfg.–& drivers
1438 Smelting–electric process–& drivers
1438 Smelting, sintering or refining–metals–not iron or lead–NOC & drivers
1438 Steel grit mfg.–& drivers
1452 Graphite mfg.–not artificial–& drivers
1452 Ore milling & drivers
1463 Asphalt works & drivers–operated by paving contractors at permanent location
1463 Coal billet or briquette mfg. & drivers
1472 Alcohol mfg.–wood & drivers
1472 Camphine mfg. & drivers
1472 Charcoal mfg. & drivers
1472 Creosote mfg. & drivers
1472 Distillation–wood–& drivers
1472 Pinene mfg.–& drivers
1624 Aplite rock quarry–& drivers
1624 Ballast rock quarry–& drivers
1624 Cement rock quarry–& drivers
1624 Coral rock quarry–& drivers
1624 Feldspar mining & drivers
1624 Feldspar quarry–& drivers
1624 Granite quarry–& drivers
1624 Limestone quarry–& drivers
1624 Quarry NOC & drivers
1624 Rock asphalt quarry–& drivers
1624 Roofing slate mfg. or slate splitting & drivers
1624 Silica rock quarry–& drivers
1624 Slag digging and crushing–& drivers
1624 Slate quarry–& drivers
1624 Slate splitting or roofing slate mfg. & drivers
1642 Lime mfg.
1654 Quarry–cement rock–surface–& drivers
1655 Lime mfg.–quarry–surface–& drivers
1655 Quarry–limestone–surface–& drivers
1699 Fiberglass mfg. for insulation purposes
1699 Insulating mfg.–mineral process
1699 Mineral wool mfg.
1699 Perlite mfg.
1699 Rock wool mfg.
1699 Shale aggregate production
1699 Vermiculite mfg.
1701 Cement mfg.
1701 Magnesite mfg.
1701 Plaster mill
1710 Gravel mfg.–& drivers
1710 Stone crushing & drivers
1741 Flint or spar grinding & drivers
1741 Mica grinding–& drivers
1741 Roofing granules mfg.–& drivers
1741 Silica grinding–& drivers
1741 Slate grinding–& drivers
1741 Spar or flint grinding & drivers
1747 Bauxite grinding–& drivers
1747 Clay milling–& drivers
1747 Emery works & drivers
1747 Kaolin grinding–& drivers
1747 Limestone milling–powdered–& drivers
1747 Marl grinding–& drivers
1747 Ochre grinding–& drivers
1747 Talc mill & drivers
1748 Abrasive wheel mfg. & drivers
1752 Roofing granules mfg. (WI)
1803 Alabaster turning or carving–& drivers
1803 Granite cutting or polishing–& drivers
1803 Grindstone mfg.–no quarrying–& drivers
1803 Hone or oil stone mfg. & drivers
1803 Limestone cutting or polishing–& drivers
1803 Lithographing stone mfg.–no quarrying–& drivers
1803 Marble cutting or polishing–& drivers
1803 Millstone mfg.–& drivers
1803 Monument dealer–wholesale or retail–& drivers
1803 Oil or hone stone mfg. & drivers
1803 Sand blasting of castings–& drivers
1803 Slate milling–& drivers
1803 Soapstone or soapstone products mfg.–& drivers
1803 Stone cutting or polishing NOC & drivers
1807 Stone cutting or polishing NOC–stone with less than 5% silica & drivers (WI)
1808 Stone cutting or polishing NOC–granite or stone with at least 5% silica & drivers (WI)
1852 Asbestos cement or shingle mfg.
1852 Asbestos goods mfg.
1852 Asbestos pipe covering mfg.–from sheet asbestos–no asbestos weaving
1853 Mica goods mfg. & mica preparing
1853 Mica splitting
1860 Abrasive paper or cloth preparation
1860 Emery cloth mfg.
1860 Sandpaper mfg.
1924 Cable mfg. or wire drawing–not iron or steel
1924 Wire drawing or cable mfg.–not iron or steel
1925 Die casting mfg.
2002 Pasta or noodle mfg.
2003 Bakery salespersons & drivers
2003 Donut mfg.–no consumption on premises–& drivers
2003 Frozen bakery products mfg.–& drivers
2003 Pastry mfg.–& drivers
2003 Pizza crust mfg.–baked & drivers
2014 Alfalfa dehydrating or milling
2014 Barley milling
2014 Corn milling
2014 Feed additives for livestock mfg.
2014 Feed mfg.
2014 Feed or grain milling
2014 Grain or feed milling
2014 Grist mills
2014 Milling grain
2014 Oat milling
2014 Potato flour mfg.
2014 Rice milling
2014 Rye milling
2014 Wheat milling
2014 Wood flour mfg.
2016 Bar or cereal mfg.
2016 Cereal or bar mfg.
2016 Corn flakes mfg.
2016 Cream of wheat mfg.
2016 Farina mfg.
2016 Oatmeal mfg.
2016 Puffed wheat mfg.
2021 Molasses or syrup refining, blending or mfg.
2021 Sugar mfg. or refining from sugarcane or sugar beets
2021 Syrup or molasses refining–blending or mfg.
2039 Gelato mfg. & drivers
2039 Ice cream cabinet installation & service, drivers–by ice cream manufacturers
2039 Ice cream mfg. & drivers
2039 Ices mfg. & drivers
2039 Sherbert mfg.–& drivers
2041 Candy, chocolate and confection mfg.
2041 Chewing gum mfg.
2041 Chocolate, confection and candy mfg.
2041 Chocolate or cocoa mfg.
2041 Cocoa or chocolate mfg.
2041 Confection, candy and chocolate mfg.
2065 Condensed milk mfg.
2065 Dehydrating milk
2065 Evaporated milk mfg.
2065 Malted milk mfg.–including dehydration of milk
2065 Milk products mfg. NOC
2065 Powdered milk mfg.
2070 Buttermilk mfg.–& drivers
2070 Butter or cheese mfg. & route supervisors, drivers
2070 Cheese or butter mfg. & route supervisors, drivers
2070 Creamery or dairy & route supervisors, drivers
2070 Milk bottle exchange–all employees & drivers
2070 Milk depot or milk dealer & route supervisors, drivers
2081 Stockyard & butchering
2089 Packing house–all operations
2095 Dehydrating meats
2095 Meat products mfg. NOC
2095 Sausage casing mfg.–wholesale– including cleaning
2095 Sausage or sausage casing mfg.
2095 Fish curing
2095 Fish evaporating, pickling, salting, smoking
2101 Fish curing (AL, AK, MA, NY, VA, WI)
2105 Fruit packing
2110 Pickled pepper mfg.
2110 Pickled tomato mfg.
2110 Pickle mfg.
2110 Sauerkraut mfg.
2111 Aerosol products packaging
2111 Cannery–maintenance & security employees
2111 Cannery NOC
2111 Canning–motor oil
2111 Cat food mfg.–canning operation
2111 Dog food mfg.–canning operation
2111 Frozen vegetable products mfg.–preparation similar to canning
2111 Pea de-veining at cannery
2112 Dehydrating soup
2112 Dehydrating vegetables
2112 Frozen fruit processing or packing
2112 Fruit evaporating or preserving
2112 Jam mfg.
2112 Jelly mfg.
2112 Preserves (fruit) mfg.
2112 Syrup mfg.–fruit–for soda fountains
2114 Clam digging
2114 Oyster processing
2121 Brewery & drivers
2121 Malt house & drivers
2130 Alcohol mfg.–grain–all operations
2130 Alcohol mfg.–potato–all operations
2130 Brandy distillery
2130 Distillery–spirituous liquor
2130 Gin distillery
2130 Rum distillery
2130 Spirituous liquor distillery
2130 Vodka distillery
2130 Whiskey distillery
2131 Bottling–spirituous liquor–not beer or wine
2131 Liquor bottling–not beer or wine, including warehousing rectifying or blending
2131 Spirituous liquor bottling
2131 Whiskey bottling–not beer or wine, including warehousing rectifying or blending
2143 Cider mfg. & drivers
2143 Fruit juice mfg. & drivers
2143 Vinegar mfg. & drivers
2143 Winery & drivers
2157 Ale bottling–& drivers
2157 Beer bottling–& drivers
2157 Beverage mfg.–carbonated–all operations, route supervisors & drivers
2157 Bottling NOC & route supervisors, drivers
2157 Bottling of wine–carbonated–& drivers
2157 Carbonated beverage mfg.–all operations & route supervisors, drivers
2157 Cream–aerated under pressure–& drivers
2157 Soft drinks–canning–carbonated–& drivers
2172 Cigarette filter mfg.
2172 Cigarette mfg.
2172 Cigar mfg.
2172 Snuff mfg.
2174 Tobacco rehandling or warehousing
2211 Carbonizing textile materials
2211 Cotton batting, wadding or waste mfg.
2211 Shoddy mfg.
2211 Sisal garnetting
2211 Textile or fiber waste reprocessing
2211 Wool combing or scouring
2211 Wool separating
2220 Animal hair twisting–for upholstering use
2220 Carpet lining mfg. from woven fibers
2220 Carpet or rug mfg.–jute or hemp
2220 Chenille cloth manufacturing
2220 Cordage, rope or twine mfg. NOC
2220 Cord or twine mfg.–cotton
2220 Cotton spinning and weaving
2220 Flax spinning and weaving
2220 Hemp or jute spinning and weaving
2220 Jute or hemp spinning and weaving
2220 Linen cloth mfg.
2220 Linen thread mfg.
2220 Mop head mfg.–from cotton waste
2220 Rope, cordage or twine mfg. NOC
2220 Rug or carpet mfg.–jute or hemp
2220 Thread or yarn mfg.–cotton
2220 Twine, cordage or rope mfg. NOC
2220 Twine or cord mfg.–cotton
2220 Yarn or thread mfg.–cotton
2286 Wool spinning and weaving
2286 Yarn mfg.–wool
2288 Air conditioning filter media mfg.–nonwoven
2288 Automobile floor mat mfg. from felt or felt-like material
2288 Automobile interior trim mfg. from felt or felt-like material
2288 Felting mfg.
2288 Mattress pad mfg. from felt or felt-like material
2300 Plush or velvet mfg.
2300 Velvet or plush mfg.
2302 Glass yarn weaving
2302 Plastic yarn weaving
2302 Ribbon mfg.–textile fabrics
2302 Silk thread or yarn mfg.
2302 Silk throwing and weaving
2302 Synthetic yarn mfg.
2302 Thread or yarn mfg.–silk
2302 Weaving mills using mixed yarns
2302 Yarn or thread mfg.–silk
2305 Acetate textile fiber
2305 Nylon textile fiber mfg.
2305 Plastic thread mfg.
2305 Polyester textile fiber mfg.
2305 Rayon mfg.
2305 Textile fiber mfg.–synthetic
2361 Hosiery dyeing and finishing
2361 Hosiery mfg.
2362 Glove or mitten mfg.–knit
2362 Knit goods mfg. NOC
2362 Mitten or glove mfg.–knit
2362 Necktie mfg.–knitted
2380 Braid or fringe mfg.
2380 Fringe or braid mfg.
2380 Label mfg.–woven labels
2380 Net mfg.
2380 Pipe cleaner mfg.
2380 Webbing mfg.
2386 Lace mfg.
2388 Embroidery mfg.
2388 Nailhead ornamentation
2388 Pleating and stitching or tucking–not clothing manufacturing
2388 Trimmings–manufacturing fancy trimming or piping–not manufacturing binding tape or ribbon
2388 Trimmings or ribbons–hand sewing on finished garments
2402 Carpet or rug mfg. NOC
2402 Chenille carpet manufacturing
2402 Hose mfg.–woven fire hose from linen thread
2402 Rug mfg.–braided rugs
2402 Rug or carpet mfg. NOC
2413 Flock coating of textiles
2413 Mercerizing textile
2413 Silk-screen process cloth printing–machinery operations prior to or after hand operations
2413 Textile–bleaching, dyeing, mercerizing, finishing
2416 Mercerizing yarn
2416 Thread or yarn dyeing or finishing
2416 Yarn or thread dyeing or finishing
2417 Cloth printing
2501 Cloth, canvas and related products mfg. NOC
2501 Collar mfg.
2501 Cushion, pillow or quilt mfg.
2501 Doll clothing, cloth dolls or cloth parts mfg.
2501 Draperies or curtain mfg.–from cloth, paper or plastic–cutting and sewing
2501 Feather pillow mfg.
2501 Fur clothing mfg.
2501 Furnishing goods mfg. NOC
2501 Hat mfg.
2501 Lingerie mfg.
2501 Millinery mfg.
2501 Pillow, quilt or cushion mfg.
2501 Quilt, cushion or pillow mfg.
2501 Shirt mfg.
2501 Silk-screen process cloth printing–hand printing operations
2501 Textile mending–invisible textile weaving of wearing apparel
2501 Toy mfg.–cloth–stuffed animals or toys
2501 Umbrella mfg.
2501 Awning or tent mfg.–shop
2501 Bag or sack mfg.–cloth
2501 Bag renovating
2501 Sail making
2501 Window shade mfg.
2501 Sign mfg.–silk-screen printing–cloth
2501 Cloth printing–silk screen process–hand printing
2503 Dressmaking or tailoring–custom exclusively
2503 Fur coat and jacket mfg.– custom-made
2503 Tailoring or dressmaking–custom exclusively
2534 Christmas tree mfg.–aluminum
2534 Feather or flower mfg.–artificial
2534 Flower or feather mfg.–artificial
2534 Fur pointing
2534 Hair goods mfg.
2570 Box spring or mattress mfg.
2570 Mattress or box spring mfg.
2585 Carpet, rug or upholstery cleaning–shop or outside & drivers
2585 Diaper service & route supervisors, drivers
2585 Laundry NOC & route supervisors, drivers
2585 Laundry–non-fabric goods
2585 Rug, carpet or upholstery–cleaning–shop or outside–& drivers
2585 Upholstery, carpet or rug cleaning & drivers
2585 Venetian blind laundries–& drivers
2586 Cleaning or dyeing & route supervisors, drivers
2586 Dyeing or cleaning & route supervisors, drivers
2586 Feather dyeing–& drivers
2586 Fur clothing–cleaning, tumbling, glazing, combing and ironing–& drivers
2589 Dry cleaning and laundry store–retail–& route supervisors, drivers
2589 Laundry and dry cleaning store–retail–& route supervisors, drivers
2600 Fur dressing or dyeing
2600 Fur processing–preparing skins
2600 Hair–preparation for brush manufacturers (dehairing to be separately rated)
2623 Leather dressing
2623 Leather embossing
2623 Leather mfg.–including tanning, leather embossing, and wool pulling
2623 Sheepskin pickling
2623 Wool pulling
2651 Gasket or washer mfg.–not metal
2651 Shoe findings mfg.
2651 Shoe stock mfg.
2651 Washer or gasket mfg.–not metal
2660 Boot or shoe mfg. NOC
2660 Shoe or boot mfg. NOC
2660 Slipper mfg.
2670 Glove lining mfg.
2670 Glove mfg.–including baseball, boxing, handball and punching bag gloves
2670 Glove mfg.–leather or textile
2683 Hand luggage mfg.
2683 Luggage mfg.–hand
2688 Football, soccer, volleyball or basketball mfg.–(bladder mfg. to be separately rated)
2688 Key case mfg. from leather, imitation leather or vinyl
2688 Leather belting mfg.
2688 Leather goods mfg. NOC
2688 Leather skiving
2688 Pocketbook mfg.
2688 Pocketbook mfg. from leather, imitation leather or vinyl
2688 Wallet mfg. from leather, imitation leather or vinyl
2688 Welting mfg.–leather, latex, burlap, paper, twine, etc.
2701 Logging or tree removal–log hauling & drivers
2702 Bark peeling–contractors–for pulpwood
2702 Bark peeling in connection with logging
2702 Dam or lock construction–timber or brush cutting and removal & drivers
2702 Electric, telephone or alarm line–clearing of new right-of-way–standing timber
2702 Logging or tree removal– nonmechanized operations
2709 Logging or tree removal–mechanized equipment operators
2710 Barking mills
2710 Chip harvester operation–portable or permanent
2710 Green chain operation–lumber
2710 Lath mfg.–wood
2710 Log cabin mfg.–sawmill operation
2710 Log processing–posts & rails for fences
2710 Shingle mfg.–wood
2710 Snow fence mfg.–cutting lath from logs
2710 Wood chip mfg.
2710 Wood shaving (excelsior) mfg. in sawmill
2714 Veneer mfg.
2731 Baseboard mfg.–wood
2731 Dowel mfg.–wood
2731 Dressed lumber mill
2731 Flooring mfg.–wood
2731 Lumber remanufacturing
2731 Molding mfg.–wood
2731 Picture frame molding mfg.
2731 Planing or molding mill
2731 Wood shaving (excelsior) mfg. in planing or molding mill
2735 Barrel stock mfg.
2735 Cooperage stock mfg.
2735 Furniture stock mfg.
2735 Last block mfg.
2735 Pencil stock mfg.–wood
2735 Pipe block or blank mfg.–wooden smoking
2735 Stave mfg.–wood
2759 Box or box shook mfg.–wooden
2759 Packing case mfg.
2759 Pallet & skid mfg.–wood
2759 Pallet manufacture and repair–wood
2759 Skid mfg.–wooden
2790 Airplane–model kit mfg. (high grade)
2790 Airplane propeller mfg.–wood
2790 Architectural scale model building
2790 Last or shoe form mfg.
2790 Model ships, railroad or aircraft kit mfg.–high grade
2790 Pattern making NOC
2790 Shoe form or last form mfg.
2790 Wood carving–by hand or machine
2797 Manufactured, modular, or prefabricated home manufacturing– shop work–all operations & drivers
2799 Manufactured, modular, or prefabricated home setup, hookup, or installation at building site
2802 Carpentry–shop only–& drivers
2835 Brush or broom assembly
2835 Mop mfg.–assembly only
2836 Brush or broom mfg. NOC
2841 Baseball bat mfg.
2841 Bobbin and spool mfg.–wood
2841 Box mfg.–wood frames for traveling or luggage bags
2841 Brush or broom handle mfg.
2841 Coat hanger mfg.–wood
2841 Cork board mfg. and cork products mfg.
2841 Cork cutting works
2841 Cork products mfg. NOC
2841 Crutch mfg.–wood
2841 Golf club heads or shafts mfg.–wood
2841 Gunstock mfg.
2841 Handle mfg.–wood
2841 Hat block mfg.–wood
2841 Heel mfg.–wood–covering to be separately rated
2841 Hub and spoke mfg.–wood
2841 Jewelry tray manufacture–wooden
2841 Match stick mfg.–(stick portion only–refer to Code 4279 for mfg. of complete match)
2841 Peg and skewer mfg.–wood
2841 Pipe mfg.–wooden, tobacco
2841 Pulley block mfg.–wood
2841 Saddle tree mfg.
2841 Shade roller mfg.–wood
2841 Shuttle mfg.
2841 Ski manufacturing–wood
2841 Spool mfg.–wood
2841 Toothpick mfg.
2841 Toy mfg.–wood
2841 Wheel or caster mfg.–wood
2841 Window–shade roller mfg.
2841 Woodenware manufacturing NOC
2841 Wood turned products mfg. NOC
2881 Barrel assembly
2881 Barrel dealers including repairing–wood
2881 Casket assembly
2881 Cooperage assembly
2881 Casket or coffin mfg. or assembly–wood
2881 Coffin mfg. or assembly–wood
2881 Coffin or casket mfg. or assembly– wood
2881 Furniture manufacturing and cabinet shop assembly by hand–wood
2881 Picture frame assembling–no manufacturing of parts
2881 Venetian blind assembly
2883 Airplane subassemblies mfg.–wood
2883 Box mfg.–cigar–wood
2883 Cedar chest mfg.
2883 Furniture manufacturing and cabinet shop.–wood–NOC
2883 Lamp mfg.–wooden
2883 Speaker enclosure mfg. including assembly of components
2883 Tank, seat or cabinet mfg.–toilet–wood
2913 Basket mfg.–willow ware
2913 Fiber furniture mfg.
2913 Furniture mfg.–rattan, willow or twisted fiber
2913 Plants (fibrous) goods mfg.
2913 Rattan, willow or twisted fiber products mfg.
2913 Willow, rattan or twisted fiber products mfg.
2913 Willow ware mfg.
2915 Barrel mfg.–wood veneer–incl. veneer mfg.
2915 Basket mfg.–wood veneer–incl. veneer mfg.
2915 Plywood mfg.–including veneer mfg.
2915 Veneer products mfg.–including veneer mfg.
2916 Barrel mfg.–wood veneer–no veneer mfg.
2916 Basket mfg.–wood veneer–no veneer mfg.
2916 Panel mfg.–veneered, no veneer mfg.
2916 Plywood mfg.–no veneer mfg.
2916 Table & desk top mfg.–veneered, no veneer mfg.
2916 Veneer products mfg.–no veneer mfg.
2923 Musical instrument mfg.–wood–NOC
2923 Organ building & installation
2923 Piano keys mfg.
2923 Piano mfg.
2942 Crayon, pencil or penholder mfg.
2942 Lead pencil mfg.
2942 Pencil mfg.
2942 Pencil, penholder or crayon mfg.
2942 Penholder, crayon or pencil mfg.
2960 Pole, post or tie yard & drivers
2960 Telephone poles–treating–& drivers
2960 Tie, post or pole yard & drivers
2960 Wood preserving & drivers
3004 Iron or steel mfg.–steelmaking & drivers
3018 Iron or steel mfg.–doubling process–& drivers
3018 Iron or steel mfg.–rolling mill & drivers
3018 Rolling mill–iron or steel mfg. & drivers
3022 Pipe manufacturing NOC & drivers
3022 Pipe or tube mfg. NOC & drivers
3022 Tubing mfg.–non-ferrous–for automobile exhaust systems–& drivers
3027 Brass plate, sheet, strip or coil stock mfg.–& drivers
3027 Copper plate, sheet, strip or coil stock mfg.–& drivers
3027 Lead works & drivers
3027 Pipe or tube mfg.–lead–& drivers
3027 Rolling mill NOC & drivers
3028 Pipe or tube mfg.–iron or steel & drivers
3028 Tubing mfg.–iron or steel–for automobile exhaust systems–& drivers
3030 Iron or steel–fabrication–ironworks or steelworks–shop–structural–& drivers
3040 Aircraft landing mats mfg.–by welding & drivers
3040 Balcony fabrication–iron or steel–& drivers
3040 Burial vault mfg.–metal–& drivers
3040 Crab pot mfg.–& drivers
3040 Door mfg.–metal (heavy metal)
3040 Elevator door fabrication–iron or steel–& drivers
3040 Fire door fabrication–iron or steel & drivers
3040 Fire escape fabrication–iron or steel–& drivers
3040 Iron or steel–ironworks–shop– ornamental–& drivers
3040 Railings fabrication–iron or steel–& drivers
3040 Shutter fabrication–iron or steel–& drivers
3040 Staircase fabrication–iron or steel–& drivers
3041 Facade fabrication–metal–& drivers
3041 Furniture mfg.–wrought iron–& drivers
3041 Iron or steel–fabrication–ironworks– shop–decorative or artistic–foundries & drivers
3041 Memorial plaque fabrication–metal–& drivers
3041 Sculptures, hand formed–metal–& drivers
3041 Sun dial fabrication–metal–& drivers
3041 Wrought iron furniture mfg.–& drivers
3042 Elevator or escalator mfg.
3042 Escalator or elevator mfg.
3064 Sign mfg.–silk-screen printing–metal
3064 Neon sign mfg.
3064 Sign mfg.–metal
3064 Sign mfg.–neon
3064 Sign mfg.–silk screen printing–metal
3076 Airplane subassemblies mfg.–metal cowling, wing, tabs, & aileron, etc.
3076 Awning manufacturing–metal–mfg. of canvas products or mfg. of metal awnings exclusively
3076 Awning mfg.–metal
3076 Casket or coffin mfg. or assembly– metal
3076 Coffin or casket mfg. or assembly– metal
3076 Cryogenic device mfg.–sheet metal work
3076 Culvert mfg.–sheet metal
3076 Door mfg.–metal (light metal)
3076 Duct mfg.–air conditioning
3076 Fireproof equipment mfg.
3076 Furniture mfg.–metal
3076 Garment rack mfg.–metal
3076 Grain bin mfg.
3076 Gutter (drainage) mfg.
3076 Hotel and restaurant kitchen equipment mfg.–sheet metal
3076 Ice cream cabinet mfg.–metal
3076 Incubator mfg.–metal
3076 Jalousie or jalousie screen manufacture–metal or glass
3076 Locker mfg.–sheet metal
3076 Oven mfg.–metal industrial drying ovens
3076 Oven mfg.–no mechanical parts
3076 Panel mfg.–sheet metal
3076 Partition mfg.–sheet metal
3076 Radiator cabinet or shield mfg.–metal
3076 Refrigerator mfg.–metal–household or commercial–all other than refrigerating unit
3076 Restaurant and hotel–kitchen equipment mfg.–sheet metal
3076 Sash mfg.–metal
3076 Satellite dish mfg.–metal mesh
3076 Sheet metal products mfg.
3076 Soda water fountain or apparatus mfg.
3076 Window sash mfg.–aluminum
3081 Bathtub mfg.–enameled iron
3081 Enameled iron ware mfg.
3081 Foundry–soil pipe using pit method
3082 Car wheel mfg.–railroad
3082 Foundry–steel castings
3085 Casting mfg. for others–using non-ferrous metal
3085 Shipbuilding–iron or steel–NOC & drivers–foundry–non-ferrous
3086 Foundry–malleable iron (WI)
3110 Chain mfg.–forged
3110 Forging work–drop or machine
3110 Tool mfg.–drop or machine forged NOC–forging
3111 Pipe bending and cutting
3113 Bits–power tool mfg.–not drop or machine forged
3113 Machine tools (small) mfg.–not drop or machine forged
3113 Moulds mfg.–non-forged machined metal moulds for the plastic industry
3113 Plumber’s hand tool mfg.–not drop or machine forged
3113 Saw filer mfg.–not drop or machine forged
3113 Tool mfg.–not drop or machine forged NOC
3113 Twist drills mfg.–not drop or machine forged
3113 Watchmaker tool mfg.–not drop or machine forged
3114 Bits–power tool mfg.–drop or machine forged
3114 Machine tools (small) mfg.–drop or machine forged
3114 Moulds mfg.–forged machined metal moulds for the plastic industry
3114 Plumber’s hand tool mfg.–drop or machine forged
3114 Saw filer mfg.–drop or machine forged
3114 Tool mfg.–drop or machine forged NOC–machining
3114 Twist drills mfg.–drop or machine forged
3114 Watchmaker tool mfg.–drop or machine forged
3118 File mfg.
3118 Saw mfg.
3119 Needle mfg.
3119 Pen point mfg.
3122 Cutlery mfg. NOC
3122 Knife mfg.
3122 Manicure products mfg.
3122 Razor mfg. NOC (not electric)
3122 Tweezers mfg.
3126 Agricultural tool mfg.–hand
3126 Artesian well tool mfg.
3126 Ax and sledgehammer mfg.
3126 Construction tool mfg.
3126 Logging tool mfg.
3126 Mining tool mfg.
3126 Oil well tool mfg.
3126 Plowshare mfg.
3126 Sledgehammer mfg.
3126 Tool mfg.–agricultural, construction, logging, mining, oil or artesian well
3126 Wheelbarrow mfg.–metal
3131 Buckle mfg.–metal (not brass, copper or silver)
3131 Button mfg.–campaign or convention
3131 Button or fastener mfg.–metal
3131 Fastener or button mfg.–metal
3131 Jewelers findings mfg.
3131 Zipper mfg.
3132 Bolt or nut mfg.
3132 Nut or bolt mfg.
3132 Spike mfg.
3145 Automatic screw machine products mfg.
3145 Screw mfg.
3146 Automobile accelerator assembly mfg.
3146 Automobile choke mfg.
3146 Automobile throttle rod mfg.
3146 Automobile window and trim molding mfg.
3146 Chain mfg.–roll or drive-type
3146 Doorknob mfg.
3146 Handbag frame mfg.–metal
3146 Handle mfg.
3146 Hardware mfg. NOC
3146 Horseshoe mfg.
3146 Ice skate mfg.
3146 Roller skate mfg.
3146 Saddlery hardware mfg.
3146 Skate mfg.
3146 Television antenna mfg.
3169 Furnace mfg.–oil or gas fired
3169 Oven mfg.–containing mechanical parts
3169 Range mfg.–gas or electric
3169 Stove mfg.
3169 Water heater mfg.
3175 Boiler mfg.–cast iron for heating purposes
3175 Heater or radiator mfg.
3175 Radiator or heater mfg.
3179 Automobile horn mfg.–electric
3179 Blender mfg.–household
3179 Cryogenic device mfg.–refrigeration unit
3179 Electrical apparatus mfg. NOC
3179 Electrical cable connector mfg.
3179 Electric razor mfg. or repair
3179 Fan mfg.
3179 Fire alarm siren mfg.
3179 Flashlight mfg. or assembling
3179 Iron (clothing presser) mfg.
3179 Microwave oven mfg.
3179 Motor mfg.–fractional horsepower
3179 Percolator mfg.
3179 Razor mfg. or repair–electric
3179 Refrigerator mfg.–metal–household or commercial–mfg. or assembling refrigerating unit
3179 Scanner mfg.–for pricing at cash registers
3179 Smoke alarm mfg.
3179 Thermostat mfg.
3179 Toaster mfg.
3179 Truck trailer refrigeration systems installation or repair at insured’s premises
3179 Vacuum mfg.
3179 Wall switches mfg.–electrical
3180 Chandelier mfg.
3180 Electric or gas lighting fixtures mfg.
3180 Gas or electric lighting fixtures mfg.
3180 Lamp mfg.–floor or table–using metal processing
3188 Faucet mfg.
3188 Plumbers’ supplies mfg. NOC
3220 Can mfg.
3223 Lamp or portable lantern mfg. NOC
3223 Lantern or lamp mfg. NOC
3224 Agate or enamel wear mfg.
3224 Enamel or agate ware mfg.
3224 Porcelainizing of metal products
3227 Aluminum ware mfg.
3227 Cooking utensils mfg.–steel
3240 Cable or wire rope mfg.–iron or steel
3240 Wire rope or cable mfg.–iron or steel
3241 Wire drawing–iron or steel
3255 Wire cloth mfg.
3257 Cage mfg.–wire
3257 Chain mfg.–formed or welded from wire
3257 Coat hanger mfg.–metal
3257 Conveyor belt mfg.–wire
3257 Fence mfg.–wire
3257 Filter screen mfg.–for use in grain mills
3257 Lamp shade frame mfg.–wire
3257 Snow fence mfg.–wire twisting
3257 Spring mfg.–wire
3257 Welding rod mfg.
3257 Wire fence mfg.
3257 Wire goods mfg. NOC
3270 Eyelet mfg.
3270 Nail mfg.
3270 Pin mfg.
3270 Razor blade mfg.–safety
3270 Razor mfg.–safety
3270 Safety pin mfg.
3270 Snap fasteners mfg.
3270 Staple mfg.
3270 Tack mfg. (nail type)
3300 Automobile cushions or seat mfg.
3300 Bed spring or wire mattress mfg.
3300 Couches (folding) mfg.
3300 Daybed mfg.
3300 Wire mattress or bed spring mfg.
3303 Automobile bumper mfg.
3303 Automobile bumper–straightening & repair
3303 Spring mfg.
3307 Heat treating–metal
3315 Bird cage mfg.
3315 Brass or copper goods mfg.
3315 Buckle mfg.–brass or copper
3315 Cigar and cigarette lighter mfg. or assembling
3315 Copper or brass goods mfg.
3315 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–cartridge or shell case mfg.–metal
3315 Fire extinguisher mfg.
3315 Flashlight case mfg.
3315 Hub cap mfg.
3315 Lightning rod mfg.
3315 Picture hook mfg.
3334 Collapsible white metal tube and cap mfg.
3334 Tin foil mfg.
3334 Tube mfg.–metal–collapsible
3336 Castings mfg.–metal–by lost wax process
3336 Type foundry
3365 Pipe testing or inspection– destructive–including radiographic or X-ray processes–& drivers
3365 Welding–microscopic–& drivers
3365 Welding or cutting NOC & drivers
3365 Welding–robotic–& drivers
3372 Anodizing metal articles
3372 Buffing and polishing–small articles–shop only–no mfg.
3372 Metal cleaning–pickling
3372 Metal finishing (deburring)
3372 Polishing and buffing–small articles–shop only–no mfg.
3372 Shot peening–metal parts
3373 Aluminum coating of steel wire
3373 Chemical milling
3373 Galvanizing or tinning–not electrolytic
3373 Rustproofing tools or other metal articles
3373 Tinning or galvanizing–not electrolytic
3383 Buckle mfg.–silver
3383 Coronet mfg.
3383 Gold leaf mfg.
3383 Horn mfg.
3383 Jewelry mfg.
3383 Jewelry repair–not jewelry store
3383 Musical instrument mfg.–metal–NOC
3383 Silverware mfg.
3383 Trombone mfg.
3383 Watch case mfg.
3385 Camera repair
3385 Clock mfg.
3385 Clock repair–not jewelry store
3385 Watch mfg.
3400 Air rifle mfg.–metal stamped parts
3400 Ash can mfg.–metal stamped parts
3400 Automobile parts mfg.–miscellaneous stamped parts such as fenders
3400 Barrel or drum–metal–reconditioning or repair
3400 Barrel or drum mfg.–steel–metal stamped parts
3400 Bullet clip mfg.–metal stamped parts
3400 Fender mfg.–automobile–metal stamped parts
3400 Keg mfg.–metal stamped parts
3400 Metal stamped goods mfg. NOC
3400 Metal stamping mfg. NOC
3400 Metal tag mfg.–metal stamped parts
3400 Tinware mfg.–pie plates, pails, waste baskets, ash cans, dustpans–metal stamped parts
3400 Toy mfg.–metal stamped parts
3507 Agricultural machinery mfg.
3507 Baling press mfg.–hydraulic
3507 Construction machinery, dredge or steam shovel mfg. NOC
3507 Conveyor mfg.
3507 Cotton gin machine mfg.
3507 Crane mfg.–overhead
3507 Dredge, steam shovel or construction machinery mfg. NOC
3507 Dust collector systems mfg.
3507 Hay loader mfg.
3507 Hoisting systems mfg.
3507 Lawn mower mfg.
3507 Locomotive works
3507 Mining or ore milling machinery mfg.
3507 Ore milling or mining machinery mfg.
3507 Pile driving equipment mfg.
3507 Pneumatic unloaders mfg.
3507 Pollution control systems mfg.
3507 Power plow or traction engine mfg.
3507 Reaper mfg.
3507 Road or street making machinery mfg.
3507 Safe mfg. or repairing
3507 Steam shovel, dredge or construction machinery mfg. NOC
3507 Street or road making machinery mfg.
3507 Traction engine or power plow mfg.
3507 Tractor mfg.–Caterpillar-type
3515 Knitting machine mfg.
3515 Loom harness or reed mfg.
3515 Textile machinery mfg.
3548 Anti-aircraft gun mfg.
3548 Arms mfg. NOC
3548 Artillery cannon mfg.
3548 Bookbinding or printing machine mfg.
3548 Gun mfg.–20-mm and larger
3548 Printing or bookbinding machine mfg.
3548 Tank gun mfg.
3548 Torpedo mfg.
3559 Confection machine mfg.
3559 Juke box mfg.
3559 Locker mfg.–automatic
3559 Scale mfg.–automatic
3559 Vending machine mfg.
3565 Typewriter mfg. (NJ, WI)
3574 Adding machine mfg.
3574 Air pressure or steam gauge mfg.
3574 Arms mfg.–small
3574 Calculator mfg.
3574 Cash register mfg.
3574 Computing, recording or office machine mfg. NOC
3574 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–cartridge mfg. or assembly–small arms
3574 Gas meter mfg.
3574 Humidity control mfg. (gauges, meters)
3574 Machine gun mfg.–.50 caliber or less
3574 Pistol mfg.–.50 caliber or less
3574 Recording machine mfg. (office-type)
3574 Rifle mfg.–.50 caliber or less
3574 Sewing machine mfg.
3574 Sewing machines–commercial– repairing or rebuilding machines, cutters & parts in shop
3574 Shotgun mfg.–.50 caliber or less
3574 Slot machine mfg.–not vending machines
3574 Speedometer or taximeter mfg.
3574 Steam or air pressure gauge mfg.
3574 Taximeter or speedometer mfg.
3574 Typewriter mfg.
3574 Voting machine mfg.
3581 Carburetor mfg.
3581 Fuel injection device mfg.
3581 Fuel pump mfg.–auto
3581 Super charger mfg.
3581 Turbo supercharger mfg. or repair
3612 Engine mfg. NOC
3612 Engine mfg.–outboard motors
3612 Hydraulic device mfg.–jacks, auto lifts
3612 Outboard motor mfg.
3612 Pneumatic device mfg.–drills, riveters, hammers
3612 Pump mfg.
3620 Armor plate processing
3620 Culvert mfg.–plate metal
3620 Military tank hull mfg. or assembly
3620 Refuse container (dumpster) mfg.
3620 Shipbuilding–iron or steel–NOC– boilermaking
3620 Tank building–metal–shop
3620 Whiskey still mfg.
3629 Additive manufacturing NOC–no assembly
3629 Machined parts mfg. NOC
3632 Automobile brake drums– reconditioning & relining–drums removed from vehicle by others
3632 Automobile clutch rebuilding–clutch removed from vehicle by others
3632 Automobile engine rebuilding–engine removed from vehicle by others
3632 Automobile jack mfg.–not stamped
3632 Automobile piston mfg.
3632 Automotive machine shops–no work on cars–including cylinder reboring, valve grinding, turning down brake drums, etc.
3632 Axle unit assembling or mfg.
3632 Bomb case mfg.
3632 Diesel engines used as generators–repair
3632 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–projectile or shell mfg.
3632 Laundry machinery mfg.–commercial or household
3632 Lawn mower repair
3632 Machine shop NOC
3632 Piston mfg.–automobile
3632 Rebabbitting of auto connecting rods
3632 Sharpening industrial tools
3632 Stoker mfg.
3632 Tool sharpening–industrial tools
3632 Woodworking machine mfg.
3634 Acetylene torch mfg.
3634 Automatic sprinkler head mfg.
3634 Sprinkler head mfg.
3634 Valve mfg.
3634 Water meter mfg.
3634 Welding torch mfg.
3635 Airplane–cam & gear mfg.
3635 Gear mfg. or grinding
3635 Piston pin mfg.
3635 Piston ring mfg.
3638 Ball or roller bearing mfg.
3638 Roller or ball bearing mfg.
3642 Battery mfg.–dry
3643 Battery charger mfg.
3643 Electric power or transmission equipment mfg.
3643 Sewing machines–commercial– repairing and rebuilding electric motors
3647 Battery mfg.–storage
3648 Alternator mfg.
3648 Automotive electrical apparatus repair–no removal from installation in or repair of vehicles
3648 Automotive lighting, ignition or starting apparatus mfg. NOC
3648 Directional signal mfg.
3648 Distributor (automobile) parts mfg.
3648 Fuse mfg.–household
3648 Generator mfg.
3648 Horn mfg.–automobile
3648 Ignition coil mfg.
3648 Siren mfg.
3648 Spark plug mfg.
3648 Windshield wiper mfg.
3681 Antennae mfg.
3681 Circuit board mfg.
3681 Coil mfg.–electrical
3681 Condenser mfg.–electrical
3681 Electrical cord set, radio or ignition harness assembly
3681 Electronic timers
3681 Hearing aid mfg.
3681 Printed circuit mfg.
3681 Radio set mfg.
3681 Satellite dish–electronic component mfg.
3681 Speaker mfg.
3681 Telephone mfg.
3681 Telephone or telegraph apparatus mfg.
3681 Television, radio, telephone or telecommunication device mfg. NOC
3681 Television set mfg.
3681 Transformer mfg.
3685 Assay balance mfg.
3685 Dental instrument mfg.
3685 Electro-physical therapy equipment mfg.
3685 Ether–suction machine mfg.
3685 Instrument mfg.–airplane
3685 Instrument mfg. NOC
3685 Instrument mfg.–surveyors
3685 Medical diagnostic lamp mfg.
3685 Pyrometer mfg.
3685 Surgical instrument mfg.
3685 Thermometer mfg.
3685 X-ray apparatus mfg.
3719 Oil still erection or repair
3724 Acetylene gas machine installation & drivers
3724 Compressor repair or service–away from shop–& drivers
3724 Cooling tower erection–prefabricated wood or metal–& drivers
3724 Door installation–overhead–& drivers
3724 Electrical apparatus installation or repair & drivers
3724 Electrical power equipment repair or service–away from shop–& drivers
3724 Floodlights–erection of temporary floodlights–& drivers
3724 Gas bench and retort installation–& drivers
3724 Gasoline pump installation & drivers
3724 Gas or oil–burner installation NOC & drivers
3724 Grates–installing or replacing in steam boilers–by specialist contractors–& drivers
3724 Leather belting installation or repair–& drivers
3724 Millwright work NOC & drivers
3724 Motor (heavy) repair or service–away from shop–& drivers
3724 Oil or gas burner installation & drivers–commercial type
3724 Overhead (garage) doors installation & drivers
3724 Pump installation & drivers– commercial
3724 Pump installation–NOC & drivers
3724 Refrigeration–commercial–installation or repair of compressors, motors & drivers
3724 Refrigeration–commercial–installation or repair of compressors, motors, or other machinery & drivers
3724 Satellite dish installation–applies to ground or roof mounted installations–erection of dish and auxiliary equipment & drivers
3724 Satellite dish installation–large–& drivers (concrete work or wiring in building interiors to be separately classified)
3724 Scales–installation or adjustment– platform or beam-type–& drivers
3724 Sewing machines–commercial– repairing, installing and dismantling in sewing plants & drivers
3724 Tank–installation–gasoline service stations & drivers
3724 Tank installation–gas stations–& drivers
3724 Truck trailer refrigeration systems installation or repair away from insured’s premises–& drivers
3724 Water cooling tower erection–& drivers
3726 Beer vat coating with chemicals
3726 Boiler installation or repair–steam
3726 Boiler scaling
3726 Cleaning tanks or tank cars
3726 Tank cleaning–oil or gas storage– inside
3726 Tank erection or repair–metal–within buildings exclusively
3803 Airplane wheel mfg.
3803 Automobile wheel mfg.–metal–not cast
3803 Wheel mfg.–automobile, metal–not cast
3807 Automobile radiator mfg.
3807 Radiator mfg.–automobile
3808 Automobile mfg. or assembly
3808 Bus mfg. or assembly–entire vehicle
3808 Carriage or wagon mfg. or assembly
3808 Golf cart mfg. or assembly–entire vehicle
3808 Snowmobile mfg. or assembly–entire vehicle
3808 Truck mfg. or assembly–entire vehicle
3808 Wagon or carriage mfg. or assembly
3821 Automobile recycling & drivers
3822 Automobile, bus, truck or trailer body mfg.–die-pressed steel
3822 Boat trailer mfg.–die-pressed steel
3822 Shipping container mfg. (containerized cargo boxes)–die-pressed steel
3822 Trailer body mfg.–not “home” type–die-pressed steel
3824 Automobile, bus, truck or trailer body mfg.–other than die-pressed steel
3824 Boat trailer mfg.–no die-pressed steel
3824 Shipping container mfg. (containerized cargo boxes)–no die-pressed steel
3824 Trailer body mfg.–not “home” type–other than die-pressed steel
3826 Aircraft engine mfg.
3826 Engine mfg.–aircraft
3827 Automobile engine mfg.
3827 Bus engine mfg.
3827 Engine mfg.–automobile
3827 Truck engine mfg.
3830 Airplane mfg.
3851 Motorcycle mfg. or assembly
3865 Baby carriage mfg.
3865 Bicycle mfg. or assembly
3865 Tricycle mfg.
3865 Wheelchair mfg.
3881 Railroad car dismantling & drivers
3881 Railroad car mfg.–& drivers
3881 Car mfg.–railroad–& drivers
4000 Clay or shale digging & drivers
4000 Culm recovery–& drivers
4000 Diatomite–digging and stripping–& drivers
4000 Dredging of materials on non-navigable waters with incidental shore operations–& drivers
4000 Gravel or sand digging & drivers
4000 Humus digging and bagging–& drivers
4000 Marl–digging and stripping–& drivers
4000 Peat digging–& drivers
4000 Sand or gravel digging & drivers
4000 Shale or clay digging & drivers
4000 Stone digging for stone crushing plant–& drivers
4021 Asphalt paving bricks mfg.–& drivers
4021 Brick or clay products mfg. NOC & drivers
4021 Clay products or brick mfg. NOC & drivers
4021 Conduit mfg.–clay–& drivers
4021 Earthenware or tile mfg. NOC & drivers
4021 Pipe mfg.–sewer or drain, clay–& drivers
4021 Tile or earthenware mfg. NOC & drivers
4024 Brick mfg.–fire or enameled–& drivers
4024 Refractory products mfg. & drivers
4024 Tile mfg.–boiler or stoker
4034 Burial vaults (concrete) manufacture and installation & drivers
4034 Coffin and casket mfg. and installation–concrete–& drivers
4034 Concrete block mfg.–& drivers
4034 Concrete brick mfg.–& drivers
4034 Concrete products mfg. & drivers
4034 Cornice mfg.–concrete–& drivers
4034 Garden furniture mfg.–concrete–& drivers
4034 Grill mfg.–concrete–& drivers
4034 Lawn ornament mfg.–concrete–& drivers
4034 Ornamental figure mfg.–concrete–& drivers
4034 Patio block mfg.–small–concrete–& drivers
4034 Pre-stressed concrete beam mfg.–& drivers
4034 Pre-stressed concrete girder mfg.–& drivers
4034 Roof tile mfg.–concrete–& drivers
4034 Sill mfg.–concrete–& drivers
4036 Artificial marble mfg.–& drivers
4036 Marble mfg.–artificial–& drivers
4036 Mortar mfg.–& drivers
4036 Plasterboard or plaster block mfg. & drivers
4036 Plaster or staff mixing & drivers
4036 Roof coating mfg.–stucco type–& drivers
4036 Staff or plaster mixing & drivers
4036 Wall coating mfg.–stucco type–& drivers
4038 Display mfg.–papier mache
4038 Dress form mfg.
4038 Dressmaker forms mfg.–plaster
4038 Map mfg.–relief–made of plaster
4038 Novelties mfg.–plaster
4038 Ornament or plaster statuary mfg.
4038 Papier mache goods mfg.
4038 Plaster form mfg.
4038 Plaster novelties mfg.
4038 Plaster statuary or ornament mfg.
4053 Etching–aluminum oxide process
4053 Pottery mfg.–china or tableware
4053 Sand carving
4053 Terra cotta mfg.
4054 Terra cotta mfg. (WI)
4061 Ceramics mfg.
4061 Clay flower pot mfg.–hand molded or cast
4061 Pottery mfg.–earthenware–glazed or porcelain–hand molded or cast
4062 Ceramic goods mfg.–spark plug cores, spools, pulleys
4062 Clay flower pot mfg.–press formed
4062 Porcelain ware–mechanical press forming
4062 Pottery mfg.–porcelain ware–mechanical press forming
4062 Tile mfg.–decorative–non-structural
4101 Glass mfg.–& drivers
4101 Glass mfg.–blown sheet window–& drivers
4101 Glass mfg.–polished plate–& drivers
4101 Glass mfg.–rolled–& drivers
4109 Integrated circuit mfg.
4110 Electric bulb mfg.
4110 Fiber optic cable mfg.
4111 Automobile headlight lens mfg.
4111 Glassware mfg.–no automatic blowing machines
4111 Tableware mfg.–glass–no automatic blowing machines
4113 Glass mfg.–cut
4114 Bottle mfg.–milk, soft drink
4114 Glassware mfg. NOC
4114 Glassware mfg. using automatic blowing machines
4114 Jar mfg.
4130 Aquarium mfg.–glass
4130 Glass merchant
4131 Appliance glass mfg.–used in microwave ovens, display panels and video games
4131 Mirror mfg.
4133 Cathedral or art glass window mfg.
4133 Glass window mfg.–stained
4149 Optical goods mfg. NOC
4206 Bark peeling in paper mills–ground wood process
4206 Pulp mfg.–ground wood process
4207 Bark peeling in paper mills–chemical process
4207 Pulp mfg.–chemical process
4239 Cardboard bristol board and paperboard mfg.
4239 Chip or particleboard mfg.
4239 Fiberboard mfg.
4239 Paper mfg.
4239 Particleboard mfg.
4240 Box mfg.–set up paper
4243 Box mfg.–folding paper–NOC
4243 Filter mfg.–paper, fiberglass
4244 Corrugated or fiberboard container mfg.
4244 Fiberboard container mfg.
4244 Honeycomb packaging products mfg.
4250 Paper coating
4250 Cork paper mfg.–no paper mfg.
4250 Flypaper mfg.
4250 Paper corrugating or laminating
4250 Paper crepeing
4250 Paper oiling, paraffining, parchmentizing or waxing
4251 Carbon paper or typewriter ribbon mfg.
4251 Coin wrappers and currency strap mfg.
4251 Envelope mfg.
4251 Filing folders or indexing devices mfg.
4251 Inked ribbon preparation
4251 Label mfg.–paper
4251 Loose leaf ledger or notebook mfg.
4251 Notebook or loose-leaf ledger mfg.
4251 Stationery mfg.
4251 Typewriter ribbon or carbon paper mfg.
4263 Fiber goods mfg.
4263 Insulation mfg.–paper
4273 Bag mfg.–paper or plastic
4279 Box or case lining mfg.–from waterproof paper for export packing
4279 Cardboard mailing tube mfg.
4279 Cop tube mfg.
4279 Display mfg.–cardboard
4279 Lithograph mounting and finishing
4279 Mailing tube mfg.–cardboard
4279 Match mfg.
4279 Match mfg.–paper or wooden
4279 Milk bottle cap mfg.–paper–including printing
4279 Napkin mfg.
4279 Paper goods mfg. NOC
4279 Paper plate mfg.
4279 Paper sheeting or slitting and winding
4279 Paper towel mfg.
4279 Paper twine mfg.
4279 Toilet tissue mfg.
4279 Toy mfg.–cardboard
4279 Waxed paper mfg.
4279 Wallpaper mfg.
4282 Boot or shoe pattern mfg.
4282 Dress pattern mfg.–paper
4282 Music roll mfg.–perforated paper
4282 Shoe or boot pattern mfg.
4283 Building or roofing paper or felt preparation–no installation
4283 Felt or building or roofing paper preparation–no installation
4283 Roofing or building paper or felt preparation–no installation
4283 Roofing paper or roofing felt mfg.
4299 Sign mfg.–silk-screen printing–paper or plasterboard
4299 Sign mfg.–silk-screen printing–plastic
4299 Sign mfg.–silk-screen printing–wood
4299 Photographic composition–printing–not clerical
4299 Playing cards mfg.
4299 Rubber stamp mfg. or assembly
4299 Sign mfg.–plastic or vinyl–computer-generated letters or graphics–no manufacture or preparation of surfaces
4299 Silk screen printing–paper or posterboard, plastic or wood
4304 Newspaper publishing
4304 Photographic composition–newspaper–not clerical
4307 Table pad mfg.–from cardboard and fabric
4352 Glass–crystal engraving
4352 China decorating–by hand
4352 Decorating ceramic or glass by hand
4360 Duplication and replication service of prerecorded audio, video or data
4360 Motion picture–development of negatives, printing and all subsequent operations
4361 Aerial photographer–ground laboratory employees–& drivers
4361 Blueprint duplication service–& drivers
4361 Film print shops–developing and printing of films–all employees & clerical, salespersons, drivers
4361 Mapping or survey work–aerial– photography–ground laboratory–& drivers
4361 Microfilming–& drivers
4361 Photographer–all employees & clerical, salespersons, drivers
4410 Belt mfg.–rubber
4410 Boot or shoe mfg.–rubber
4410 Carpet pad mfg.–rubber
4410 Cement compound mfg.–rubber
4410 Cushion mfg.–rubber
4410 Fabric coating–rubber or plastic
4410 Floor tile mfg.–rubber
4410 Foam rubber mfg.
4410 Glove mfg.–rubber
4410 Heel or sole mfg.–rubber
4410 Hose mfg.–rubber
4410 Jar ring mfg.–rubber
4410 Metal coating–rubber or plastic
4410 Mouthpiece mfg.–rubber
4410 Plastic scrap reclaiming–foamed or expanded plastics
4410 Rubber band mfg.
4410 Rubber goods mfg. NOC
4410 Rubber reclaiming
4410 Sealing compound mfg.–rubber
4410 Shoe or boot mfg.–rubber–includes combined rubber and fabric boots or shoes
4410 Sneaker mfg.
4417 Boot or shoe mfg.–rubber (MA, MD, ME, TX, WI)
4420 Rubber tire mfg.
4431 Cassettes–magnetic media, manufacture or assembly
4431 Magnetic and optical recording media mfg.
4431 Phonograph record mfg.
4432 Fountain pen mfg.
4432 Pencil mfg.–mechanical
4432 Pen mfg.–all types
4439 Lacquer or varnish manufacturing
4439 Varnish or lacquer mfg.
4452 Advertising sign mfg.–celluloid
4452 Bone or ivory goods mfg.
4452 Horn goods mfg.–fabricated products mfg.
4452 Ivory or bone goods mfg.
4452 Plastic goods mfg. by dipping process
4452 Plastics mfg.–fabricated products NOC
4459 Pipe mfg.–plastic, extrusion method
4459 Plastics mfg.–sheets, rods or tubes
4459 Pyroxylin mfg.
4470 Cable mfg.–insulated–electrical
4470 Wire insulating or covering
4484 Button mfg. NOC
4484 Doll or doll parts mfg. or assembly
4484 Plastics–laminated molded products mfg. by laminating liquid plastic impregnated fibers, with the use of brush or spray, either in or over a mold or form NOC
4484 Plastics mfg.–molded products NOC
4493 Asphalt tile mfg.
4493 Fabric coating or impregnating NOC
4493 Fiberglass mfg.–plastic-coated
4493 Leather mfg.–imitation
4493 Linoleum mfg.
4493 Oil cloth mfg.
4511 Analytical laboratories or assaying–including laboratory outside employees, collectors of samples, & drivers
4557 Axle grease mfg.
4557 Brake fluid mfg.
4557 Buffing or polishing compounds mfg.
4557 Candle mfg.
4557 Dressing or polish mfg.
4557 Grease or oil mixing or blending
4557 Ink mfg.
4557 Mucilage, ink (writing) or paste mfg.
4557 Oil or grease mixing or blending
4557 Paste, ink (writing) or mucilage mfg.
4557 Polish or dressing mfg.
4557 Saddle soap mfg.
4557 Sealing wax mfg.
4557 Tallow chandlers
4557 Wax mfg.
4557 Wax products mfg.
4558 Caulking compound mfg.
4558 Color grinding, blending or testing
4558 Paint mfg.
4558 Putty mfg.
4558 Whiting mfg.
4568 Borax, potash or salt producing or refining & drivers
4568 Potash, borax or salt producing or refining & drivers
4568 Salt, borax or potash producing or refining & drivers
4581 Phosphate works & drivers
4583 Fertilizer mfg. & drivers
4583 Fertilizer mfg.–from seaweed–& drivers
4583 Peat moss mixture mfg.–& drivers
4583 Potting soil mixture mfg.–& drivers
4583 Soil conditioner mfg.–& drivers
4611 Cosmetics mfg.–not manufacturing ingredients
4611 Cough drop mfg.
4611 Cough syrup compounding or preparation–no mfg. of ingredients
4611 Drug, medicine or pharmaceutical preparation, compounding or blending–no mfg. of ingredients
4611 Medicine, drug or pharmaceutical preparation, compounding or blending–no mfg. of ingredients
4611 Ointment compounding or preparation–no mfg. of ingredients
4611 Perfume compounding or preparation–no mfg. of ingredients
4611 Pharmaceutical, drug or medicine preparation, compounding or blending–no mfg. of ingredients
4611 Shampoo compounding or preparation–no mfg. of ingredients
4611 Toothpaste compounding or preparation–no mfg. of ingredients
4635 Acetylene gas mfg. & drivers
4635 Carbon dioxide mfg.–& drivers
4635 Carbonic acid gas mfg. & drivers
4635 Dry ice mfg.–& drivers
4635 Fire extinguisher–service or recharge–& drivers
4635 Hydrogen or oxygen mfg. & drivers
4635 Oxygen or hydrogen mfg. & drivers
4635 Tank charging–gases or compressed air–& drivers
4653 Gelatin mfg.–not food–& drivers
4653 Glue mfg. & drivers
4653 Isinglass mfg.–& drivers
4665 Cod liver oil mfg.–& drivers
4665 Fish oil mfg.–& drivers
4665 Rendering works NOC & drivers
4670 Cottonseed feed mfg.–& drivers
4670 Cottonseed oil mfg.–mechanical–& drivers
4670 Cottonseed oil mfg.–solvent–& drivers
4683 Cottonseed oil refining
4683 Flaxseed oil mfg.–not using solvent extraction process
4683 Lard refining
4683 Oil mfg.–vegetable–NOC
4683 Peanut oil mfg.–not using solvent extraction process
4683 Soybean oil mfg.–not using solvent extraction process
4683 Sunflower oil mfg.–not using solvent extraction process
4686 Flaxseed oil mfg.–using solvent extraction process
4686 Oil mfg.–vegetable–solvent extraction process
4686 Peanut oil mfg.–using solvent extraction process
4686 Soybean oil mfg.–using solvent extraction process
4686 Sunflower oil mfg.–using solvent extraction process
4692 Artificial teeth mfg.
4692 Dental laboratory
4693 Absorbent cotton mfg.
4693 Artificial limb mfg.
4693 Bandage mfg.–weaving to be separately rated
4693 Braces for the handicapped mfg.
4693 Foot goods mfg.–arch supports, bunion straps
4693 Pharmaceutical or surgical goods mfg. NOC
4693 Surgical dressings mfg.
4693 Surgical or pharmaceutical goods mfg. NOC
4703 Corn products mfg.
4703 Dextrine mfg.
4703 Glucose mfg.
4703 Starch mfg.
4712 Grease or oil mixing or blending (NJ, NY, WI)
4717 Butter substitute mfg.
4717 Hydrogenation of oils
4717 Margarine mfg.
4720 Detergent mfg.
4720 Soap mfg.–liquid
4720 Soap or synthetic detergent mfg.
4740 Gasoline recovery & drivers
4740 Gasoline recovery from casing head or natural gas–absorption process–& drivers
4740 Motor oil–used, reclaiming, recycling or rerefining–& drivers
4740 Oil–reclaiming of used motor oil–& drivers
4740 Oil refining–petroleum–& drivers
4741 Asphalt or tar distilling or refining & drivers
4741 Roofing compound mfg.–of asphalt and asbestos–& drivers
4751 Synthetic rubber mfg.
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–bag loading–propellant charges–& drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–black powder mfg. & drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–cap, primer, fuse, booster or detonator assembly & drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–cartridge charging or loading & drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–explosives distributors & drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–fireworks mfg. & drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–high explosives mfg. & drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–NOC & drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–projectile, bomb, mine or grenade loading & drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–shell case loading & drivers
4771 Explosives or ammunition mfg.–smokeless powder mfg.–& drivers
4771 Nitroglycerine explosives mfg.–& drivers
4771 Nitro starch explosives mfg.–& drivers
4771 Picrates explosives mfg.–& drivers
4771 Picric acid explosives mfg.–& drivers
4771 Tetryl explosives mfg.–& drivers
4777 Blasting agents–preparation or distribution & drivers
4777 Fireworks dealer–& drivers
4825 Drug, medicine or pharmaceutical preparation mfg. & includes mfg. of ingredients
4825 Dye mfg.–natural
4825 Essential oils mfg. & distillation
4825 Extract mfg.
4825 Hydrogen peroxide mfg.
4825 Incense mfg.
4825 Insulin mfg.
4825 Iodine mfg.
4825 Licorice extract mfg.
4825 Medicine, drug or pharmaceutical preparation mfg. & includes mfg. of ingredients
4825 Penicillin mfg.
4825 Pharmaceutical, drug or medicine preparation mfg. & includes mfg. of ingredients
4825 Syrup mfg.–for carbonated beverages
4825 Tanning extract mfg.
4825 Vitamin mfg.
4828 Chemical blending or mixing NOC–all operations and drivers
4828 Insect control–using poisonous gases
4829 Chemical mfg. NOC–all operations & drivers
4902 Archery equipment mfg.
4902 Baseball mask mfg.
4902 Baseball mfg.
4902 Clay target mfg.–for skeet shooting
4902 Fishing rod and tackle mfg.
4902 Fishing tackle repair
4902 Golf ball mfg.
4902 Golf clubs mfg.
4902 Golf clubs–mfg. or assembling
4902 Gymnasium appliance mfg.
4902 Harness or saddle mfg.
4902 Helmet mfg.–sports
4902 Model airplane mfg.–balsa wood
4902 Saddle or harness mfg.
4902 Sporting goods mfg. NOC
4902 Table tennis set mfg.
4902 Tennis ball mfg.
4902 Whip mfg.
4902 Airplane–model kit mfg. (toy)
4923 Blueprint paper mfg.
4923 Camera mfg.
4923 Disc mfg.–magnetic
4923 Photo films and dry plates mfg.
4923 Photographic supplies mfg.
4923 Tape mfg.–magnetic
5000 Chimney construction–not metal (NJ, NY, WI)
5020 Acoustical ceiling installation
5020 Ceiling installation–suspended acoustical grid type
5022 Construction–elevator or hod hoist installation, repair or removal & drivers–masonry buildings or structures
5022 Brick work–installation, repair or cleaning
5022 Fireplace construction
5022 Masonry NOC
5022 Mausoleums in cemeteries–erection only
5022 Plastering or stucco work–on outside of buildings
5022 Silo erection–masonry or tile
5022 Stucco or plastering work–on outside of buildings
5022 Tuck pointing performed by contractor engaged in masonry work assigned to Code 5022
5022 Tuck pointing performed by specialist contractor
5022 Waterproofing–exterior–with trowel
5022 Wrecking–buildings or structures–not marine–all operations–masonry buildings or structures
5037 Painting–metal bridges & shop operations, drivers
5037 Painting–metal structures–over two stories in height–& drivers
5040 Balcony erection–iron or steel, exterior
5040 Cable TV–erection of main receiving or transmitting tower
5040 Fire escape installation–outside of buildings
5040 Fireproof shutter–erection or repair
5040 Gas holder erection
5040 Iron or steel erection–exterior (balconies, fire escapes staircases, etc.)
5040 Iron or steel erection–frame structures over two stories in height
5040 Iron or steel erection–metal bridges
5040 Iron or steel erection–radio, television or water towers, smokestacks, gas holders
5040 Radio transmission tower erection
5040 Tank erection–spherical steel
5040 Television transmission tower erection
5040 Water towers–erection
5057 Concrete or cement distributing towers–installation, repair or removal & drivers
5057 Construction–elevator or hod hoist installation, repair or removal & drivers–iron or steel buildings or structures
5057 Crane or derrick installation
5057 Derrick or oil rig erecting or dismantling–all operations–metal
5057 Iron or steel erection NOC
5057 Oil rig or derrick erecting or dismantling–metal–all operations
5057 Scaffolding–concrete or cement distributing towers–installation, repair or removal
5057 Scaffolding–scaffold installation, repair or removal–built up from the ground–not suspended or swinging type
5057 Vault construction or installation
5057 Windmill erection–metal
5057 Wrecking–buildings or structures–not marine–all operations–iron or steel buildings or structures
5059 Iron or steel erection–frame structures not over two stories in height
5069 Iron or steel erection–construction of dwellings not over two stories in height
5069 Military reservation construction–iron or steel erection not over two stories in height
5069 Swimming pool construction–iron or steel
5086 Sheet metal–covered steel or wood–pole–building construction–sheet metal covered building utilizing weight bearing steel or wood–pole–framework not exceeding 25 feet in height & drivers (WI)
5102 Awning, tent or canvas goods installation, removal or repair
5102 Canvas goods, awning or tent installation, removal or repair
5102 Door and window installation–all types–residential and commercial
5102 Draperies or curtains–installation in public buildings NOC
5102 Flags and bunting erection
5102 Iron or steel erection–iron, brass or bronze–decorative or artistic
5102 Iron or steel erection–iron, brass or bronze–non-structural–interior
5102 Tent, awning or canvas goods installation, removal or repair
5146 Board installation–chalk, bulletin or cork
5146 Dental equipment installation
5146 Exhibitions–trade shows or conventions, setting up or taking down
5146 Filing equipment installation
5146 Fixtures or furniture installation–portable–NOC
5146 Floor installation–floating or access
5146 Furniture or fixtures installation–portable–NOC
5146 Hospital equipment installation
5146 Kitchen equipment installation–commercial
5146 Metal partition installation
5146 Modular partition or workstation installation
5146 Partition installation–metal
5146 Showcase erection and installation
5146 Soda fountain or counter installation
5146 Steel locker installation
5146 Theater seats installation
5146 Workstation–modular partition metal–installation
5160 Elevator erection or repair
5160 Elevator servicing–oiling, adjusting and maintenance
5160 Escalator erection or repair
5183 Insulation of pipes and boilers–non-asbestos materials
5183 Beer and soft drink dispensing equipment, cleaning & drivers
5183 Beer coil cleaning–& drivers
5183 Beer drawing equipment–cleaning and installation–& drivers
5183 Boiler or steam pipe insulating & drivers
5183 Boilers–domestic–installation or repair–& drivers
5183 Carrier system–pneumatic–installation or repair & drivers
5183 Furnace installation–hot water or steam–& drivers
5183 Gas or oil–burner installation– domestic & drivers
5183 Insulation–steam pipe or boiler & drivers
5183 Lawn sprinkler system installation–underground–& drivers
5183 Oil or gas burner installation & drivers–domestic type–& drivers
5183 Oil still pipe insulation & drivers
5183 Plumbing NOC & drivers
5183 Pump installation & drivers–domestic or residential
5183 Pump installation–domestic & drivers
5183 Refrigeration–commercial–pipe fitting–including the installation of tubing & drivers
5183 Refrigeration–domestic–pipe fitting–including the installation of tubing & drivers
5183 Sewer–cleaning of building connections using portable equipment & drivers
5183 Soft drink or beer dispensing unit equipment–cleaning & drivers
5183 Sprinkler installation–residential–& drivers
5183 Steam pipe or boiler insulating & drivers
5183 Thermostat installation–not electric–& drivers
5183 Water softener–installation or service–domestic–& drivers
5184 Asbestos contractor–employees engaged in asbestos removal, replacement, repair, enclosure, or encapsulation & drivers (WI)
5184 Heating & air conditioning ductwork–shop and outside & drivers (WI)
5185 Automatic sprinkler installation–within buildings (CA)
5188 Automatic sprinkler installation & drivers
5188 Fire extinguishing systems–dry chemical–installation and service & drivers
5188 Sprinkler installation–fire–& drivers
5190 Cable installation & drivers
5190 Dishwasher–installation, service or repair–commercial–& drivers
5190 Electrical wiring–within buildings & drivers
5190 Electric oven–installation, service or repair–commercial–& drivers
5190 Fry kettle–installation, service or repair–commercial–& drivers
5190 Ice cream cabinet installation & service, drivers–by specialist contractors–& drivers
5190 Meter–electric–installing, repairing and testing–including shop; & drivers
5190 Refrigeration–commercial–cleaning, oiling or adjusting & drivers
5190 Satellite dish installation–applies to ground or roof mounted installations–auxiliary wiring within buildings & drivers
5190 Sewing machines–commercial– electrical wiring–away from shop–& drivers
5190 Thermostat installation–electric–& drivers
5191 Audio or intercommunication system installation–within building
5191 Cash register–installation, service or repair
5191 Computer device installation, inspection, service or repair
5191 Computer–installation, service or repair
5191 Copy machine–installation, service or repair
5191 Office machine installation, inspection, adjustment or repair
5191 Piano tuning–away from shop
5191 Scales–counter-type–installation or adjustment
5191 Soap dispenser–installation and inspection
5191 Telephone installation–by specialist contractor, not telephone company
5191 Typewriter–installation, service or repair
5191 X-ray equipment, installation, service & repair
5192 Amusement machines–coin operated, installation, service or repair–& drivers
5192 Automatic teller machines installation, service or repair–& salespersons, drivers
5192 Coffee–service companies–all operations & salespersons, drivers
5192 Juke boxes–installation, service or repair–& salespersons, drivers
5192 Parking meters installation, service or repair–& salespersons, drivers
5192 Pinball machines–service or repair–& salespersons, drivers
5192 Scales–installation or adjustment & salespersons, drivers–coin-operated type
5192 Traffic control arm unit–installation, service or repair–& drivers
5192 Vending or coin operated machines–installation, service or repair & salespersons, drivers
5192 Video games–coin operated, installation, service or repair–& drivers
5192 Washing machines–coin operated, installation, service or repair–& drivers
5211 Bridge construction–all operations & drivers (WI)
5213 Caulking–with pressure gun
5213 Cleaning or renovating building exteriors
5213 Concrete construction NOC
5213 Concrete construction NOC–fabricating, setting up or taking down forms
5213 Concrete construction–private residences–monolithic
5213 Construction–elevator or hod hoist installation, repair or removal & drivers–concrete or concrete-encased buildings or structures
5213 Guniting–not chimneys–all operations
5213 Satellite dish installation–applies to ground or roof-mounted installations–installation of concrete mounting pad
5213 Silo erection–concrete
5213 Silo erection–pre-cast concrete staves
5213 Wrecking–buildings or structures–not marine–all operations–concrete or concrete-encased buildings or structures
5215 Concrete construction–construction of private residences, fabricating, setting up or taking down forms
5215 Concrete construction–private residences–not monolithic
5215 Concrete private residences construction–not monolithic
5215 Concrete work–incidental to the construction of private residence
5215 Military reservation construction– concrete–not monolithic
5221 Concrete igloo construction–floors–& drivers
5221 Concrete or cement work–floors, driveways, yards or sidewalks–& drivers
5221 Floor laying–mastic floor mix–& drivers
5221 Light prisms in sidewalks–installation–or repair–& drivers
5221 Monuments in cemeteries–erection only–& drivers
5221 Paving or repaving–floors, driveways, yards or sidewalks–& drivers
5221 Paving–wood block–interior–& drivers
5221 Sidewalk washing using pressure spray gun
5221 Brick paver and stone installation–outside
5221 Stone or brick paver installation–outside
5221 Terrazzo work
5222 Chimney cleaning–industrial smoke stacks
5222 Chimney construction–not metal (commercial)
5222 Concrete construction in connection with bridges or culverts
5222 Smokestack or chimney lining–not metal
5222 Tuck pointing performed by contractor engaged in chimney work assigned to Code 5222
5223 Swimming pool construction–not iron or steel–& drivers
5348 Ceramic tile, indoor stone, marble, or mosaic work
5348 Floor laying–tile–ceramic
5348 Marble, mosaic, ceramic tile, or indoor stone work
5348 Marble tubs, sinks, counter installation
5348 Tile, stone (indoor), marble, or mosaic work
5402 Greenhouse erection–all operations
5402 Hothouse erection–all operations
5403 Carpentry NOC
5403 Carpentry–construction of residential dwellings exceeding three stories in height or commercial buildings or structures
5403 Construction–elevator or hod hoist installation, repair or removal & drivers–wooden buildings or structures including those designed for dwelling occupancy
5403 Derrick or oil rig erecting or dismantling–all operations–wood
5403 Oil rig or derrick erecting or dismantling–wood–all operations
5403 Scaffolding–sidewalk bridges not over one story in height
5403 Siding installation–all types–all other buildings or structures–including residential structures exceeding three stories in height
5403 Silo erection–wood
5403 Wrecking–buildings or structures–not marine–all operations–wooden buildings or structures–including those designed for dwelling occupancy
5437 Carpentry–installation of cabinet work or interior trim
5437 Floor installation, sanding or scraping–wood floors
5437 Kitchen cabinets–installation
5437 Molding installation–interior
5437 Paneling installation–interior
5437 Sanding floors–contract
5443 Lathing & drivers
5445 Sheet rock installation–within buildings–& drivers
5445 Wallboard installation–within buildings–& drivers
5445 Wallboard, sheetrock, drywall, plasterboard, or cement board installation–within buildings–& drivers
5462 Glazier–away from shop–& drivers
5469 Cleaning or renovating building exteriors (WI)
5472 Asbestos removal operations–contractor–pipe and boiler work exclusively & drivers
5473 Asbestos removal operations–contractor–NOC & drivers
5474 Camouflage work–painting–& drivers
5474 Painting–electrostatic–shop and exterior operations–& drivers
5474 Painting murals on walls–artists–& drivers
5474 Painting NOC & shop operations, drivers
5474 Painting of stripes on parking lots–& drivers
5474 Tank cleaning–oil or gas storage–outside–& drivers
5474 Waterproofing–application by brush or hand caulking gun–& drivers
5474 Window tinting–brush or spray-on method–& drivers
5474 Aircraft painting
5478 Carpet, linoleum, vinyl, asphalt, and rubber floor tile installation
5478 Carpet installation
5478 Finished or laminate wood flooring installation–glue-down or interlocking method
5478 Floor covering–installation of linoleum, asphalt or rubber tiling (ceramic tile installation to be separately rated)
5478 Floor laying–linoleum, asphalt, rubber or composition tiling
5478 Laminate or finished wood flooring installation–glue-down or interlocking method
5478 Linoleum installation
5478 Rubber tile installation
5478 Tile installation–non-ceramic
5479 Acoustical material installation & drivers
5479 Insulation work NOC & drivers
5480 Plastering NOC & drivers
5480 Waterproofing–interior–with trowel–& drivers
5491 Paperhanging & drivers
5491 Window tinting–plastic film exclusively–& drivers
5506 Airport runway construction–concrete or cement–& drivers
5506 Airport warming apron construction–concrete or cement–& drivers
5506 Airport construction–paving & drivers
5506 Artificial turf installation–surface preparation only–& drivers
5506 Asphalt laying on top of already constructed highway–& drivers
5506 Asphalt–spraying roads with liquid asphalt–& drivers
5506 Asphalt works & drivers–operated by road paving contractors at temporary location
5506 Highway guard rails–installation–& drivers
5506 Highway maintenance–& drivers
5506 Highway operations–toll roads–miscellaneous road maintenance–& drivers
5506 Oiling of roads in connection with spreading of sand–& drivers
5506 Painting of stripes on streets, roads or highways–& drivers
5506 Roads–oiling–delivery and spreading of oil in conjunction with spreading of sand or gravel by oil distributors–& drivers
5506 Street or road construction–paving or repaving & drivers
5507 Street or road construction– sub-surface work & drivers
5507 Stump removal operations–by specialist contractors & drivers
5508 Stone crushing–by road building contractors as part of road project–& drivers
5508 Street or road construction–rock excavation & drivers
5535 Awning erection–metal–erection of metal awnings exclusively & drivers
5535 Metal ceiling or wall covering installation & drivers
5535 Silo erection–metal or glass fused to steel & drivers
5535 Wall covering or metal ceiling installation & shop, drivers
5535 Sheet metal work–installation & drivers
5537 Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems–installation, service and repair, shop, yard & drivers
5545 Roofer–shingle applicators on new residential construction of detached private residences–all operations & drivers (WI)
5551 Roofing–all kinds & drivers
5551 Roof–insulation–& drivers
5551 Roof–pressure washing–& drivers
5551 Roof–waterproofing–& drivers
5606 Contractor–project manager, construction executive, construction manager or construction superintendent
5610 Cleaner–debris removal–construction
5610 Cleaning railroad freight cars–not tank
5610 Railroad car cleaning
5645 Carpentry–construction of residential dwellings not exceeding three stories in height
5645 Siding installation–all types– residential dwellings not exceeding three stories in height
5703 Building raising or moving
5705 Salvage operation–no wrecking or any structural operations
5951 Anti-toxin, serum or virus mfg. & drivers
5951 Serum, anti-toxin or virus mfg. & drivers
5951 Virus, anti-toxin or serum mfg. & drivers
6002 Dam or lock construction–all operations & drivers (WI)
6003 Breakwater construction–consisting wholly of pile driving
6003 Bulkhead construction–consisting wholly of pile driving
6003 Construction–elevator or hod hoist installation, repair or removal & drivers–piers or wharfs
6003 Floating boat dock construction
6003 Groyne construction–consisting wholly of pile driving
6003 Jetty construction–consisting wholly of pile driving
6003 Pile driving
6003 Seawall construction–consisting wholly of pile driving
6003 Timber wharf construction
6003 Wood bridge construction–pile driving over water
6003 Hod, hoist or construction elevator installation, repair or removal & drivers–piers or wharfs
6005 Breakwater or jetty construction–all operations to completion & drivers
6005 Jetty or breakwater construction–all operations to completion & drivers
6017 Dam or lock construction–concrete work–all operations
6018 Dam or lock construction–earthmoving or placing–all operations & drivers
6045 Levee construction–all operations to completion & drivers
6204 Core sample drilling–& drivers
6204 Drilling NOC & drivers
6204 Grouting–drilling of holes–& drivers
6204 Vibroflotation process–building foundations–& drivers
6204 Well drilling–water & drivers
6206 Oil or gas well acidizing–all employees & drivers
6206 Oil or gas well cementing & drivers
6206 Sandfracturing in connection with oil well work–& drivers
6213 Oil or gas well–specialty tool & equipment leasing operation NOC–by contractor–all employees & drivers
6213 Pipe testing–destructive, oil or gas pipes not under construction–& drivers
6214 Oil or gas well–perforating of casing–all employees & drivers
6216 Gas or oil lease work NOC–natural gas–by contractor–& drivers
6216 Oil or gas lease work NOC–by contractor–& drivers
6216 Oil or gas well–dirt construction operator–& drivers
6216 Oil or gas well–oil treating service–& drivers
6216 Oil or gas well–roustabout service–& drivers
6216 Oil or gas well–tank cleaning service–& drivers
6217 Airport construction–grading & drivers
6217 Blasting rock–specialist contractors–& drivers
6217 Electric, telephone or alarm line–clearing brush or stumps from existing right-of-way–& drivers
6217 Excavation & drivers
6217 Grading of land NOC & drivers
6217 Rock excavation & drivers
6217 Sanitary landfill–& drivers
6217 Tree removal operations–limited number from developed sites–& drivers
6217 Waterproofing–excavation work necessary or incidental thereto–& drivers
6229 Drainage or irrigation system construction & drivers
6229 Irrigation or drainage system construction & drivers
6229 Septic tank installation–& drivers
6229 Sprinkler installation–irrigation–& drivers
6233 Oil or gas pipeline construction & drivers
6233 Pipeline reclamation–oil or gas–& drivers
6235 Drilling or redrilling of oil or gas wells and installation of casing drivers
6235 Fire flooding–drilling in connection with oil or gas well–& drivers
6235 Oil or gas well drilling or redrilling & drivers
6235 Oil or gas well–shooting & drivers
6235 Thermal flooding–drilling in connection with oil or gas well–& drivers
6235 Water flooding–drilling in connection with oil or gas well–& drivers
6236 Oil or gas well–installation or recovery of casings & drivers
6237 Oil analyzing at oil well site in trailers away from well–& drivers
6237 Oil or gas well–instrument logging or survey work–& drivers
6251 Tunneling–not pneumatic–all operations
6252 Caisson work–all operations to completion
6252 Cofferdam work–not pneumatic–all operations to completion
6252 Missiles–construct underground launch pad
6252 Shaft sinking–all operations
6260 Tunneling–pneumatic–all operations
6306 Sewer construction–all operations & drivers
6319 Gas main or connection construction & drivers
6319 Steam mains or connections construction & drivers
6319 Water main or connection construction & drivers
6325 Cable laying–by specialist contractors employing automatic equipment which, in one operation, opens the trench, lays the cable and backfills–& drivers
6325 Cable TV–cable installation–plow-in method–& drivers
6325 Conduit construction–for cables or wires–& drivers
6325 Railroad switch and road crossing signals installation–& drivers
6325 Traffic signal installation–& drivers
6326 Telephone or electric conduit laying–plowing, laying and coverings as one operation including the setting of pedestals–all operations & drivers (WI)
6400 Fence installation or repair–metal, vinyl, wood, or prefabricated concrete panel fence installed by hand
6503 Potato chip, popcorn & snack chip mfg. NOC
6504 Food products mfg. NOC
6504 Yeast mfg.
6702 Railroad construction–all operations including clerical salespersons & drivers–Program I
6703 Railroad construction–all operations including clerical salespersons & drivers–Program II–State Act
6704 Railroad construction–all operations including clerical salespersons & drivers–Program II–USL Act
6801F Boatbuilding–wood–NOC–U.S. Act & drivers–U.S. Act
6801F Dry dock construction–floating–& drivers–State Act
6811 Boatbuilding–wood–NOC–State Act & drivers
6824F Boatbuilding or repair & drivers–coverage under the U.S. Act
6824F Motorboat–not exceeding 150 feet in length–building or repair–U.S. Act–& drivers
6824F Personal watercraft–building or repair–U.S. Act–& drivers
6824F Rowboat–not exceeding 150 feet in length–building or repair–U.S. Act–& drivers
6824F Sailboat–not exceeding 150 feet in length–building or repair–U.S. Act–& drivers
6824F Yachts–not exceeding 150 feet in length–building or repair–U.S. Act–& drivers
6826F Marina & drivers–coverage under U.S. Act
6834 Boatbuilding or repair & drivers–coverage under the State Act
6834 Canoe building
6834 Motorboat–not exceeding 150 feet in length–building or repair–State Act–& drivers
6834 Personal watercraft–building or repair–State Act–& drivers
6834 Rowboat–not exceeding 150 feet in length–building or repair–State Act–& drivers
6834 Sailboat–not exceeding 150 feet in length–building or repair–State Act–& drivers
6834 Yachts–not exceeding 150 feet in length–building or repair–State Act–& drivers
6836 Marina & drivers–coverage under State Act
6843F Barge building–iron or steel–U.S. Act–& drivers
6843F Dry dock building–floating–iron or steel–U.S. Act–& drivers
6843F Launch (ship) building–iron or steel–U.S. Act–& drivers
6843F Oil drilling platform building–floating– iron or steel–U.S. Act
6843F Scow building–iron or steel–U.S. Act–& drivers
6843F Shipbuilding–iron or steel–NOC & drivers–all except boilermaking, foundry & machine shop employees
6843F Ship keels–laying–U.S. Act–& drivers
6843F Tugboat building–iron or steel–U.S. Act–& drivers
6845F Shipbuilding–naval & drivers
6854 Barge building–iron or steel–State Act–& drivers
6854 Dry dock building–floating–iron or steel–State Act–& drivers
6854 Launch (ship) building–iron or steel–State Act–& drivers
6854 Lighter (ship) building–iron or steel–State Act–& drivers
6854 Oil drilling platform building–floating– iron or steel–State Act
6854 Scow building–iron or steel–State Act–& drivers
6854 Ship keels–laying–State Act–& drivers
6854 Tugboat building–iron or steel–State Act–& drivers
6872F Marine railway operation & drivers
6872F Ship cleaning–all operations–& drivers
6872F Ship repair conversion–all operations & drivers
6874F Painting–ship hulls
6874F Ship scaling
6882 Marine railway operation & drivers–coverage under State Act only
6882 Ship repair or conversion–all operations & drivers
6884 Painting–ship hulls
7016 Boat testing–newly constructed vessels–Program I
7016 Ferries–Program I
7016 Fishing vessels–NOC–Program I
7016 Gambling vessels–15 tons or greater–Program I
7016 Hovercrafts–operated over water–Program I
7016 Hydrofoils–operated over water–Program I
7016 Oyster boats–Program I
7016 Pilots who guide vessels–Program I
7016 Supply boats–Program I
7016 Tugboats–Program I
7016 Vessels–NOC–Program I
7016 Weed clearing by vessel–Program I
7024 Boat testing–newly constructed vessels–Program II–State Act
7024 Ferries–Program II–State Act
7024 Fishing vessels–NOC–Program II–State Act
7024 Gambling vessels–15 tons or greater–Program II–State Act
7024 Hovercrafts–operated over water–Program II–State Act
7024 Hydrofoils–operated over water–Program II–State Act
7024 Oyster boats–Program II–State Act
7024 Pilots who guide vessels–Program II–State Act
7024 Supply boats–Program II–State Act
7024 Tugboats–Program II–State Act
7024 Vessels–NOC–Program II–State Act
7024 Weed clearing by vessel–Program II–State Act
7038 Boat livery–boats under 15 tons–Program I
7038 Chartered fishing boat–less than 15 tons–Program I
7038 Drift fishing boat–less than 15 tons–Program I
7038 Gambling vessels–less than 15 tons–Program I
7038 Glass bottom boat–tourist attraction–Program I
7038 Harbor tour boat–less than 15 tons–Program I
7038 Pilot boats–Program I
7038 Riverboat gambling vessel–less than 15 tons–Program I
7038 Sightseeing boat–less than 15 tons–Program I
7038 Vessels–sail–Program I
7038 White water rafting trips–Program I
7038 Yachts–private–sail or power–Program I
7046 Vessels–not self-propelled–Program I
7047 Boat testing–newly constructed vessels–Program II–USL Act
7047 Ferries–Program II–USL Act
7047 Fishing vessels–NOC–Program II–USL Act
7047 Gambling vessels–15 tons or greater–Program II–USL Act
7047 Hovercrafts–operated over water–Program II–USL Act
7047 Hydrofoils–operated over water–Program II–USL Act
7047 Oyster boats–Program II–USL Act
7047 Pilots who guide vessels–Program II–USL Act
7047 Supply boats–Program II–USL Act
7047 Tugboats–Program II–USL Act
7047 Vessels–NOC–Program II–USL Act
7047 Weed clearing by vessel–Program II–USL Act
7050 Boat livery–boats under 15 tons–Program II–USL Act
7050 Chartered fishing boat–less than 15 tons–Program II–USL Act
7050 Drift fishing boat–less than 15 tons–Program II–USL Act
7050 Gambling vessels–less than 15 tons–Program II–USL Act
7050 Glass bottom boat–tourist attraction–Program II–USL Act
7050 Harbor tour boat–less than 15 tons–Program II–USL Act
7050 Pilot boats–Program II–USL Act
7050 Riverboat gambling vessel–less than 15 tons–Program II–USL Act
7050 Sightseeing boat–less than 15 tons–Program II–USL Act
7050 Vessels–sail–Program II–USL Act
7050 White water rafting trips–Program II–USL Act
7050 Yachts–private–sail or power–Program II–USL Act
7090 Boat livery–boats under 15 tons–Program II–State Act
7090 Chartered fishing boat–less than 15 tons–Program II–State Act
7090 Drift fishing boat–less than 15 tons–Program II–State Act
7090 Gambling vessels–less than 15 tons–Program II–State Act
7090 Glass bottom boat–tourist attraction–Program II–State Act
7090 Harbor tour boat–less than 15 tons–Program II–State Act
7090 Pilot boats–Program II–State Act
7090 Riverboat gambling vessel–less than 15 tons–Program II–State Act
7090 Sightseeing boat–less than 15 tons–Program II–State Act
7090 Vessels–sail–Program II–State Act
7090 White water rafting trips–Program II–State Act
7090 Yachts–private–sail or power–Program II–State Act
7098 Vessels–not self-propelled–Program II–State Act
7099 Vessels–not self-propelled–Program II–USL Act
7133 Intrastate railroad operation–all employees & drivers
7133 Railroad operation NOC–all employees & drivers
7133 Subway operation–all employees and drivers
7151 Interstate railroads–all employees and drivers–Program I
7151 Railroad operation–all employees including clerical–Program I
7152 Interstate railroads–all employees and drivers–Program II–USL Act
7152 Railroad operation–all employees including clerical–Program II–USL Act
7153 Interstate railroads–all employees and drivers–Program II–State Act
7153 Railroad operation–all employees including clerical–Program II–State Act
7222 Hauling & stringing of oil or gas pipe lines–& drivers
7222 Trucking–oil field equipment–all employees & drivers
7228 Automobile haulaway or driveaway–local hauling only–& drivers
7228 Automobile repossession operations–local hauling only–& drivers
7228 Automobile towing company–local hauling only–no other operations & drivers
7228 Scaffolding–delivery of materials only–local hauling only–no installation, repair or removal
7228 Trucking–hauling explosives or ammunition–local hauling only–all employees & drivers
7228 Trucking–local hauling only–all employees & drivers
7229 Automobile haulaway or driveaway–long distance hauling–& drivers
7229 Automobile repossession operations–long distance hauling–& drivers
7229 Automobile towing company–long distance hauling–no other operations & drivers
7229 Scaffolding–delivery of materials only–long distance hauling–no installation, repair or removal
7229 Trucking–hauling explosives or ammunition–long distance hauling–all employees & drivers
7229 Trucking–long distance hauling only–all employees & drivers
7230 Trucking–parcel or package delivery–all employees & drivers
7231 Courier or messenger service companies and mail, parcel or package delivery–all employees & drivers
7231 Mail, parcel or package delivery and courier or messenger service companies–all employees & drivers
7231 Messenger or courier service companies and mail, parcel or package delivery–all employees & drivers
7231 Package, mail, or parcel delivery and courier or messenger service companies–all employees & drivers
7231 Parcel, mail or package delivery and courier or messenger service companies–all employees & drivers
7232 Trucking–mail, parcel or package delivery–under contract with the U.S. Postal Service–all employees & drivers
7309F Stevedoring NOC
7309F Stevedoring–over-all boats–all work on and between shipboard and stringpiece (WI)
7313F Coal dock operation & stevedoring
7313F Ore dock operation & stevedoring
7317F Automobile haulaway or driveaway–driving cars on or off vessels & drivers
7317F Stevedoring–by hand or hand trucks exclusively
7317F Stevedoring–side port boats and over-all boats, loaded or discharged by means of mechanical conveyors, chutes, escalators and similar devices (WI)
7327F Stevedoring–containerized freight & drivers
7333 Dredging–all types–Program I
7335 Dredging–all types–Program II–State Act
7337 Dredging–all types–Program II–USL Act
7350F Freight handling–explosives or ammunition–under contract–coverage under U.S. Act
7350F Freight handling NOC–coverage under U.S. Act
7350F Freight handling–packing, handling or shipping explosives or ammunition under contract–coverage under U.S. Act
7350F Stevedoring–freight handling NOC–coverage under U.S. Act
7360 Aircraft or automobile–preparing and crating for shipment
7360 Freight cars–icing
7360 Freight handling–explosives or ammunition–under contract–coverage under State Act
7360 Freight handling NOC–coverage under State Act
7360 Icing refrigerator cars
7360 Refrigeration car loading or unloading
7360 Refrigeration cars–icing or re-icing
7360 Refrigerator car loading or unloading
7360 Stevedoring–freight handling NOC–coverage under State Act
7370 Limousine company–non-scheduled & drivers–all other than garage employees
7370 Taxicab company–& drivers–all other than garage employees
7371 Temporary labor service contractors–all incidental operations (WI)
7380 Advertising material distribution–mobile & door to door–& drivers
7380 Bookmobile drivers
7380 Chauffeurs, drivers, messengers & their helpers NOC–commercial
7380 Delivery of goods using bicycles–& drivers
7380 Distributing companies–if employees transported to location in cars or trucks–& drivers (samples, advertising circulars telephone directories, etc.)
7380 Drivers, chauffeurs, messengers and their helpers NOC–commercial
7380 Food vendors–mobile–& drivers
7380 Highway operations–toll roads–receipts collectors, traveling–& drivers
7380 Ice cream vendors–mobile–& drivers
7380 Messengers, chauffeurs, drivers & their helpers NOC–commercial
7380 Sample distributors–transported by car or truck–& drivers
7380 School bus driver employed by school district–& drivers
7380 U.S.O. activities–mobile units–& drivers
7382 Bus companies & drivers–all employees other than garage employees
7382 Limousine company–scheduled–all other than garage employees–& drivers
7382 Pilot car service–& drivers–“wide load, etc.”
7382 Railroad operation–street–& drivers–all other than yard employees
7382 School bus driver employed by independent bus company–& drivers
7382 Street railroads–& drivers
7382 Trackless trolley operators–& drivers
7390 Ale or beer dealer–wholesale & drivers
7390 Beer or ale dealer–wholesale–& drivers
7394 Demolition operations–underwater– Program I
7394 Diving–marine–Program I
7394 Oil spills–cleaning on navigable waters–Program I
7394 Scuba divers in navigable water–Program I
7394 Skin divers in navigable water–Program I
7394 Wrecking–marine & salvage operations–Program I
7395 Demolition operations–underwater– Program II–State Act
7395 Diving–marine–Program II–State Act
7395 Oil spills–cleaning on navigable waters–Program II–State Act
7395 Scuba divers in navigable water–Program II–State Act
7395 Skin divers in navigable water–Program II–State Act
7395 Wrecking–marine & salvage operations–Program II–State Act
7398 Demolition operations–underwater– Program II–USL Act
7398 Diving–marine–Program II–USL Act
7398 Oil spills–cleaning on navigable waters–Program II–USL Act
7398 Scuba divers in navigable water–Program II–USL Act
7398 Skin divers in navigable water–Program II–USL Act
7398 Wrecking–marine & salvage operations–Program II–USL Act
7402 Aviation–air traffic controllers under contract with the FAA
7403 Aviation–all other employees & drivers
7403 Airport or heliport operator–all other employees & drivers
7403 Aviation–airport or heliport operator–all employees & drivers
7403 Aviation–all other employees & drivers
7403 Aviation–heliport or airport operator–all employees & drivers
7403 Aviation–patrol, photography, mapping, or survey work–all other employees & drivers
7403 Aviation–transportation of personnel in conduct of employer’s business–ground crew–& drivers
7405 Aviation–air carrier–scheduled, commuter, or supplemental–flying crew
7405 Aviation air carrier–scheduled, commuter, or supplemental–flying crew
7420 Aviation–aerial fire fighting–flying crew
7420 Aviation–stunt flying, racing, or parachute jumping–flying crew
7420 Aviation aerial application, seeding, herding or scintillometer surveying–flying crew
7420 Aviation aerial fire fighting–flying crew
7420 Aviation operation–parachute jumping, stunt flying or racing–flying crew
7420 Aviation–stunt flying, racing, or parachute jumping–flying crew
7421 Aviation–transportation of personnel in conduct of employer’s business–flying crew
7421 Aviation–transportation of personnel in conduct of employer’s business–flying crew
7422 Aviation–flight testing–flying crew
7422 Aviation–NOC–other than helicopters–flying crew
7422 Aviation–patrol, photography– mapping or survey work–flying crew
7422 Aviation–sales or service agency or student instruction–flying crew
7422 Aviation flight testing–flying crew
7422 Aviation–NOC–other than helicopters–flying crew
7422 Aviation operation–photography, patrol, mapping, or survey work–flying crew
7422 Aviation–patrol, photography, mapping or survey work–flying crew
7422 Aviation–sales or service agency or student instruction–flying crew
7422 Mapping, survey work, photography or patrol–flying crew
7422 Student instruction or sales, service agency–flying crew
7425 Aviation–helicopters-flying crew
7425 Aviation–helicopters NOC–flying crew
7431 Aviation–air charter or air taxi–flying crew
7431 Aviation air charter or air taxi–flying crew
7502 Gas company–natural–local distribution & drivers
7502 Gas distributing–liquefied petroleum gas–local & drivers
7502 Gas works & drivers
7515 Fuel storage–underground–& drivers
7515 Oil or gas pipeline operation & drivers
7520 Fire plug–installation, repair and maintenance
7520 Waterworks operation & drivers
7538 Electric light or power line clearing of new right-of-ways by line contractor–& drivers
7538 Electric light or power line construction & drivers
7538 Floodlighting of stadiums, parks, etc.–drivers
7539 Electric light or power co. NOC–all employees & drivers
7539 Steam heating or power co.–all employees & drivers
7540 Electric light or power cooperative–REA project only–all employees & drivers
7580 Sewage disposal plant operation & drivers
7590 Garbage works
7600 Telecommunications co.–cable TV, or satellite–all other employees & drivers
7600 Cable TV–extension of service into homes
7600 Cable TV–service or repair of existing cables
7600 Telecommunications co.–cable TV, or satellite–all other employees & drivers
7600 Telephone or telegraph co.–all other employees & drivers
7605 Burglar alarm and fire alarm installation or repair & drivers
7605 Fire or burglar alarm installation or repair–& drivers
7610 Motion picture production–all operations up to the development of negatives & clerical, drivers
7610 Radio or television broadcasting station–all employees & clerical, drivers
7610 Radio or television broadcasting station–field announcers–& drivers
7610 Television or radio broadcasting station–all employees & clerical, drivers
7610 Television or radio broadcasting station–field announcers–& drivers
7705 Ambulance service companies and ems (emergency medical service) providers & drivers
7709 Fire department–volunteer (WI)
7710 Civil defense workers and volunteer rescue squads–including members serving as auxiliary police officers at emergencies (WI)
7710 Firefighters & drivers
7710 Fire patrol or protective corps–not salvage operations
7710 Forest or wildland firefighting–& drivers
7711 Firefighters–& drivers-volunteer
7711 Fire patrol or protective corps & drivers–volunteer
7711 Forest or wildland firefighting & drivers–volunteer
7720 Airport security screening of passengers by contractor–& drivers
7720 Armored car service company–& drivers
7720 Correction department employees–& drivers
7720 Detective or patrol agency & drivers
7720 Forest rangers–& drivers
7720 Game and fish wardens–& drivers
7720 Highway operations–toll roads–police officers–& drivers
7720 Highway patrol–state highway commission–& drivers
7720 Hunting and fishing guides–& drivers
7720 Jail employees–& drivers
7720 Juvenile detention center–all employees & salespersons, drivers
7720 Meter readers–parking & drivers
7720 National guard units–& drivers
7720 Patrol or detective agency & drivers
7720 Penitentiary employees–& drivers
7720 Plant protection–special employees hired for plant protection during strike periods–& drivers
7720 Police officers & drivers
7720 Probation officers–& drivers
7720 Rangers–forest–& drivers
7720 Security enforcement or protection–contract & drivers
7720 Security screening–contract–& drivers
7720 Sheriffs–& drivers
7720 Truck weighing station inspectors–permanent location & drivers
7855 Railroad construction–laying of tracks or maintenance by contractors–& drivers
8001 Florist–store–& drivers
8001 Store–florist & drivers
8002 Automobile rental company & drivers. all other than garage employees
8002 Truck rental & drivers–all employees other than garage employees
8006 Gasoline station–self-service and convenience/grocery–retail
8006 Coffee, tea or grocery dealer–retail
8006 Grocery (convenience)–retail and gasoline station–self-service
8006 Grocery, tea or coffee dealer–retail
8006 Household furnishings or wearing apparel dealer–retail
8006 Store–coffee, tea or spice–retail
8006 Store–dairy products–retail
8006 Store–frozen or frosted food–retail
8006 Store–fruit or vegetable–retail
8006 Store–vegetable or fruit–retail
8006 Tea, coffee or grocery dealer–retail
8006 Wearing apparel or household furnishings dealer–retail
8008 Concessions–hat or coat checkrooms
8008 Sewing accessories store
8008 Store–clothing, wearing apparel or dry goods–retail
8008 Store–dry goods–retail
8008 Store–sewing accessories–retail
8010 Aircraft parts and accessories store
8010 Agricultural implement stores–not farm machinery
8010 Air conditioning parts store
8010 Bicycles–retail sale or rental–including repair
8010 Cutlery parts store
8010 Electrical hardware stores–wholesale or retail
8010 Locksmith–shop & outside
8010 Oil burner and oil burner parts store
8010 Radio or television parts and accessories stores
8010 Refrigerator parts store
8010 Rental–hand-held machinery or equipment NOC
8010 Sewing machine heads and parts store
8010 Store–agriculture implement–not farm machinery
8010 Store–bicycles–retail sale or rental–including repair
8010 Store–electrical hardware–wholesale or retail
8010 Store–radio or television parts and accessories
8010 Store–ship chandler
8010 Store–audio or video parts & accessories
8013 Coin dealer
8013 Diamond cutting or polishing
8013 Ophthalmologist–dispensing of optical goods
8013 Optical stores
8013 Precious metal dealer
8013 Precious stone setting
8013 Stamp dealer
8013 Store–hearing aid
8013 Store–jewelry–retail or wholesale
8013 Sunglasses store
8015 Quick printing–copying or duplicating service–all employees & clerical, salespersons, drivers
8017 Store–five and ten cent
8017 Bakeries–retail store sales
8017 Beer and ale dealers–retail
8017 Camera or photograph supplies stores–retail
8017 Carpet, rug, linoleum store–retail
8017 Concessions–beach chairs and umbrellas
8017 Concessions–cigarette or cigar
8017 Concessions–door attendants
8017 Concessions–parcel or luggage checkrooms
8017 Concessions–rolling chairs
8017 Concessions–washroom attendants
8017 Demonstrators in retail stores
8017 Dental supply dealers–retail
8017 Distributing companies–if no transportation or governing classification
8017 Floor coverings–retail–carpets, rugs, linoleum
8017 Hat cleaning
8017 Liquor or wine store–retail
8017 Luggage stores–retail
8017 News butchers
8017 Paint stores–retail
8017 Pawn shops
8017 Penny arcades
8017 Pet and pet supply store–retail
8017 Pharmaceutical or surgical supply stores–primarily serving walk-in trade
8017 Radio or television stores
8017 Recreational or amusement devices–penny arcades–operation
8017 Recreational or amusement devices–skee ball alley operation
8017 Shoe repair store
8017 Shoe shining establishment
8017 Shoppers–checking attentiveness, personality & honesty of store clerks
8017 Skee ball alley operation
8017 Ski shop employees at winter resorts
8017 Sporting goods–retail
8017 Store–art & craft supply–retail & drivers
8017 Store–five and ten cent
8017 Store–floor covering–retail
8017 Store–paint or wallpaper–retail
8017 Store–pet and pet supply–retail
8017 Tailor shop
8017 Television or radio stores
8017 Tobacco store–retail
8017 Wallpaper or paint stores–retail
8018 Appliance (minor) store– wholesale–incidental sale of major appliances
8018 Barber or beauty parlor supply houses
8018 Beauty supply sales–wholesale
8018 Carpet, rug, linoleum store–wholesale
8018 Charcoal dealers–wholesale– packaged
8018 Dry ice dealers–wholesale
8018 Egg breaking–including canning & freezing
8018 Egg dealers–including grading, candling, packing–wholesale
8018 Floor coverings–wholesale–carpets, rugs, linoleum
8018 Liquor or wine store–wholesale
8018 Mill supply dealers
8018 Paint stores–wholesale
8018 Pet and pet supply store–wholesale
8018 Rubber tire dealer–wholesale, no installation
8018 Sausage casing mfg.–wholesale–no cleaning other than washing
8018 Sawdust dealers
8018 Soft drink distributors–wholesale–no bottling
8018 Store–floor covering–wholesale
8018 Store–fruit or vegetable–wholesale
8018 Store–paint or wallpaper–wholesale
8018 Store–vegetable or fruit–wholesale
8018 Store–wholesale NOC
8018 Tobacco store–wholesale
8018 Wallpaper or paint stores–wholesale
8018 Welding supply dealers
8021 Poultry dealers–wholesale–including dressing
8021 Store–fish, meat or poultry dealer–wholesale
8021 Store–meat, fish or poultry dealer–wholesale
8031 Cold storage locker–frozen foods
8031 Store–fish, meat or poultry dealer–retail
8031 Store–meat, fish or poultry–retail
8032 Clothing–mail order sales, wholesale or retail
8032 Cloth sponging, shrinking, inspection or mending
8032 Store–clothing, wearing apparel or dry goods–wholesale
8032 Store–dry goods–wholesale
8032 Store–sewing accessories–wholesale
8033 Store–meat, grocery and provision combined–retail NOC
8037 Store–superstores and warehouse clubs
8044 Appliance (major) store– wholesale–incidental sale of minor appliances–& drivers
8044 Furniture rental–chairs, coat racks, dishes, etc.–& drivers
8044 Hot tub or spa dealer–& drivers
8044 Piano or organ dealer–& drivers
8044 Piano stores–& drivers
8044 Refrigerator, stove or washing machine stores–& drivers
8044 Spa or hot tub dealer–& drivers
8044 Store–furniture & drivers
8044 Store–household appliance–electrical
8044 Store–piano or organ & drivers
8046 Automobile recycling–store employees
8046 Automobile accessory store retail–NOC & drivers
8046 Automotive replacement parts distributors–wholesale
8046 Store–automobile accessories–retail NOC & drivers
8046 Store–automotive replacement parts distributors–wholesale
8058 Building material dealer–store employees
8058 Home improvement center–store employees
8058 Lumberyard–store employees
8072 Store–book, record, compact disc, software, video or audio cassette retail
8072 Audio or video cassette–retail
8072 Compact disc store–retail
8072 Record store–retail
8072 Software store–retail
8072 Video or audio cassette–retail
8090 Auctioneers (WI)
8102 Agronomists–research and development of new seeds
8102 Bean sorting or handling
8102 Crop inspection for farms
8102 Hybrid seed plant operation
8102 Peanut handling
8102 Seed merchant
8102 Seed sprouting
8102 Soil inspection for farms
8103 Clippings dealer
8103 Cotton merchant
8103 Cotton storage
8103 Feathers–washing, steaming, cleaning and renovating
8103 Wiping cloth dealer and laundry operations
8103 Wool merchant
8105 Store–hide or leather dealer
8105 Store–leather or hide dealer
8106 Concrete–reinforcing rod or bar dealer and drivers
8106 Iron or steel merchant & drivers
8106 Metal service centers (not junk or scrap dealers)–& drivers
8106 Oil well drilling rigs–warehousing and sale–& drivers
8106 Steel or iron merchant & drivers
8107 Contractors’ equipment rental–without operator–& drivers
8107 Contractors’ machinery dealer & drivers
8107 Crane dealer–& drivers
8107 Crane rental without operator–& drivers
8107 Logging equipment dealer–& drivers
8107 Machinery dealer NOC–store or yard–& drivers
8107 Mud dealers–oil well drivers
8107 Oil or gas well–supplies or equipment dealer–new–store or yard only–& drivers
8107 Rental–heavy equipment–& drivers
8111 Gas, steam and hot water apparatus–supplies, dealers–& drivers
8111 Plumbers’ supplies dealer & drivers
8116 Farm machinery dealer–all operations & drivers
8116 Farm machinery–leasing or renting without operators–& drivers
8203 Ice mfg. or distribution & drivers
8204 Building material yards–used–all employees, local managers, drivers
8204 Oil or gas well–supplies or equipment dealer–used–& local managers, drivers
8209 Vegetable packing & drivers
8215 Feed, hay or grain dealer & local managers, drivers
8215 Grain, feed or hay dealer & local managers, drivers
8215 Hay, grain or feed dealer & local managers, drivers
8227 Concrete forms–reconditioning and leasing
8227 Construction or erection permanent yard
8232 Building material dealer–yard, warehouse & drivers–all other than store employees
8232 Cinder dealers–& drivers
8232 Concrete–dry mixing & bagging–no mfg.
8232 Concrete–ready-mix dealer & yard employees, drivers
8232 Fuel and material dealer NOC–no secondhand building materials or lumber–& local managers, drivers
8232 Home improvement center–& drivers–all other than store employees
8232 Lumberyard–warehouse & drivers–all other than store employees
8232 Shingle staining–& drivers
8232 Wood dealers–kindling and firewood & drivers
8233 Coal merchant & local managers, drivers
8235 Cabinet dealer–kitchen–& drivers
8235 Flooring dealer–hardwood–& drivers
8235 Paneling dealer–& drivers
8235 Plywood dealers–& drivers
8235 Sash, door or assembled millwork dealer & drivers
8263 Junk dealer & drivers
8264 Bottle dealer–used–& drivers
8264 Bottle recycling–beverage–& drivers
8264 Can recycling–beverage–& drivers
8264 Container recycling–beverage–bottle or can & drivers
8264 Paper stock or rag dealer–used–& drivers
8264 Rag or paper stock dealer–used–& drivers
8264 Recycling dealer–cans or bottles–& drivers
8264 Rubber stock dealer–used–& drivers
8265 Iron or steel scrap dealer & drivers
8265 Metal shredding plant–& drivers
8265 Steel or iron scrap dealer & drivers
8279 Club hunting–no shooting & drivers
8279 Clubs–riding & drivers
8279 Dog show–kennel employees & drivers
8279 Horse show–stable employees–& drivers
8279 Jockeys–horse & drivers
8279 Livery or boarding stable–not sales stable–& drivers
8279 Racetrack operation–horse or dog–stable hands or kennel employees–& drivers
8279 Riding academy or club & drivers
8279 Stable or breeding farm & drivers
8288 Cattle dealer & salespersons, drivers
8288 Feedlot operation–commercial–& drivers
8288 Feed lots–cattle–not operating farms or ranches, or butchering or packing house operations–& salespersons, drivers
8288 Livestock dealer or commission merchant & salespersons, drivers
8288 Livestock sales co. & salespersons, drivers
8288 Sales stable & salespersons, drivers
8288 Stockyard & salespersons, drivers
8291 Storage warehouse–cold
8291 Warehousing–cold storage
8292 Cement (dry) storage warehouse
8292 Coffee storage warehouse
8292 Food products (nonperishable) storage warehouse
8292 Peanut storage warehouse
8292 Potato storage warehouse
8292 Rice storage warehouse
8292 Storage warehouse NOC
8292 Warehousing NOC
8293 Furniture moving & storage, drivers
8293 Furniture packers–not moving or storage company–& drivers
8293 Storage warehouse–furniture & drivers
8293 Warehousing–furniture–& drivers
8304 Grain elevator operation & local managers, drivers
8350 Alcohol dealers–bulk–including drivers
8350 Anhydrous ammonia–sale and distribution & drivers
8350 Bottle gas dealer–& drivers
8350 Gas dealer–liquefied petroleum gas & drivers
8350 Gasoline or oil dealer & drivers
8350 Oiling of roads by oil distributors–& drivers
8350 Oil or gasoline dealer & drivers
8350 Roads–oiling–delivery and spreading of oil on roads by oil distributors–& drivers
8350 Solvents dealers–bulk–& drivers
8380 Air conditioning–automobile– installation, service or repair & drivers
8380 Automobile brake repair–& drivers
8380 Automobile car wash & drivers
8380 Automobile glass installation–& drivers
8380 Automobile inspection stations–& drivers
8380 Automobile leasing company–long-term–all other employees and drivers
8380 Automobile muffler repair–& drivers
8380 Automobile radiator repair–no mfg.–& drivers
8380 Automobile sales agency & drivers
8380 Automobile sales or service agency & parts department employees, drivers
8380 Automobile service or repair center & drivers
8380 Automobile window tinting–& drivers
8380 Brake service or repair–& drivers
8380 Engine repair–marine–away from water–& drivers
8380 Gasoline station–retail–& drivers NOC
8380 Muffler installation or repair–& drivers
8380 Race car team–& drivers. Separately rate race car drivers as Code 9180
8380 Rubber tire dealer–retail–& drivers
8380 Rubber tire recapping or retreading–& drivers
8380 Storage battery service station & drivers
8380 Taximeters–installation or repair–& drivers
8380 Truck leasing company–long-term–& drivers–all employees other than salespersons
8381 Gasoline station–self-service only–retail
8385 Ambulance service companies– garage employees
8385 Automobile rental company–garage employees
8385 Bus companies–garage employees
8385 Limousine company–garage employees
8385 Railroad operation–street–yard employees
8385 Street railroads–garage employees
8385 Taxicab company–garage employees
8385 Trackless trolley–garage employees
8385 Truck rental–garage employees
8387 Automobile service station & drivers (HI, LA, MO, NC, NJ, OK, RI, TX, WI)
8391 Automobile repair shop & parts department employees drivers (LA, MO, OK, RI, TX, WI)
8392 Automobile parking lot & drivers
8392 Automobile storage garage or parking station & drivers
8392 Valet service & drivers
8393 Automobile body repair
8393 Automobile sunroof installation
8393 Van conversion operation
8500 Metal scrap dealer & drivers
8601 Architectural or engineering firm–including salespersons & drivers
8602 Surveyors, timber cruisers, oil or gas geologists or scouts, & drivers
8603 Architectural or engineering firm–clerical
8603 Drafting company–clerical
8606 Geophysical exploration–all employees & drivers
8709F Grain sampling operation
8709F Inspectors of merchandise on vessels or docks–coverage under U.S. Act
8709F Steamship line or agency–port employees–talliers, checking clerks and employees engaged in mending or repackaging of damaged containers–coverage under U.S. Act
8709F Steamship line or agency–port employees–talliers, checking clerks and repacking of damaged containers–coverage under U.S. Act
8709F Stevedoring–talliers and checking clerks engaged in connection with stevedore work–coverage under U.S. Act
8709F Weighers, samplers or inspectors of merchandise on vessels or docks or railway stations or warehouses
8709F Weighers, samplers or inspectors of merchandise on vessels or docks or at railway stations or warehouses–coverage under U.S. Act
8719 Inspectors of merchandise on vessels or docks–coverage under State Act
8719 Steamship line or agency–port employees–talliers, checking clerks and employees engaged in mending or repacking of damaged containers–coverage under State Act only
8719 Stevedoring–talliers and checking clerks engaged in connection with stevedore work–coverage under State Act
8719 Weighers, samplers or inspectors of merchandise on vessels or docks or at railway stations or warehouses–coverage under State Act
8720 Inspection of risks for insurance or valuation purposes NOC
8720 Racetrack operation–horse or dog–racing officials other than starters or assistants
8721 Real estate agency–outside employees & collectors
8721 Real estate appraisal company–outside employees
8723 Insurance companies–including clerical & salespersons
8725 Inventory counters–traveling– including salespersons & clerical
8726F Steamship line or agency–port employees–superintendents, captains, engineers, stewards or their assistants, pay clerks
8734 Salespersons, collectors or messengers outside–Program II–State Act
8737 Salespersons, collectors or messengers outside–Program I
8738 Salespersons, collectors or messengers outside–Program II–USL Act
8742 Advertising solicitors
8742 Boy and Girl Scout councils–executive secretaries–office and travel
8742 Collectors or salespersons–outside
8742 Cotton classifiers
8742 Fund-raising campaigns
8742 Market research–interviewing consumers in field
8742 Meter reader for utility co.–independent contractor (not employed by utility company)
8742 Salespersons or collectors–outside
8742 Scouts–sports teams
8742 U.S.O. activities performed by Travelers’ Aid Society
8745 News agent or distributor of magazines or other periodicals–not retail dealer–& salespersons, drivers
8748 Automobile leasing company–long-term–sales employees
8748 Automobile salespersons
8748 Mobile, manufactured, modular or prefabricated home dealers–salespersons
8748 Salesperson–auto dealership
8748 Salesperson–automobile leasing company, long-term
8748 Salesperson–boats at inland locations
8748 Salesperson–mobile homes
8748 Salesperson–outboard engines
8748 Truck leasing company– long-term–sales employees
8755 Labor union–all employees
8799 Mailing or addressing company or letter service shop–clerical staff
8800 Mailing or addressing company or letter service shop
8803 Auditors, accountant, or computer system designers or programmer–traveling
8805 Clerical office employees NOC– Program II–State Act
8810 Airline or helicopter–ticket sellers away from airport
8810 Artists (refer to scope for restrictions)
8810 Auditors–performing audits at their employer’s locations
8810 Boy and Girl Scout councils–clerical office employees
8810 Bus terminal ticket sellers
8810 Clerical office employees NOC
8810 Computer system designers or programmers–exclusively office
8810 Curator–library or museum
8810 Newspaper publishers–employees such as designers, proofreaders and editors
8810 Photographic composition– computerized
8810 Public library or museum–professional employees & clerical
8810 Racetrack operation–horse or dog–pari-mutuel clerks cashiers & clerical employees
8810 Telephone answering service
8814 Clerical office employees NOC–Program I
8815 Clerical office employees NOC– Program II–USL Act
8820 Attorney–all employees & clerical, messengers, drivers
8820 Court reporters–& drivers
8820 Law office–all employees & clerical, messengers, drivers
8824 Retirement living centers–health care employees
8825 Retirement living centers–food service employees
8826 Retirement living centers–all other employees, salespersons & drivers
8828 Homemaker service (WI, NJ, TX)
8829 Hospice service organization
8829 Convalescent or nursing home–all employees
8829 Home for aged–all employees
8829 Nursing or convalescent home–all employees
8829 Rest home–all employees
8831 Poultry or egg producer–& drivers
8831 Poultry sexers–& drivers
8831 Artificial insemination of cattle–professional employees–& drivers
8831 Hospital–veterinary–& drivers
8831 Kennels–boarding and breeding–dog and cat & drivers
8831 Pet grooming or training & drivers
8831 Trappers–animal–& drivers
8832 Dentist & clerical
8832 Ophthalmologist–no dispensing of optical goods
8832 Physical therapists
8832 Physician & clerical
8832 Speech therapists
8832 Weight control services
8833 Asylum–professional employees
8833 Hospital–professional employees
8833 Sanitarium–professional employees
8835 Home, public and traveling healthcare–all employees
8835 Homemaker service–physical assistance
8835 Nursing–home, public & traveling healthcare–all employees
8835 Public health nursing association–all employees
8837 Charitable or welfare organization–all operations & drivers (MA, WI)
8842 Group homes–all employees & salesperson, drivers
8855 Banks and trust companies–all employees, salespersons, drivers, & clerical
8856 Check cashing establishments–all employees–salespersons, drivers & clerical
8864 Social services organization–all employees & salespersons, drivers
8868 Adjustment training centers– professional employees and clerical
8868 Adult day care centers–professional employees & clerical
8868 College–professional employees & clerical
8868 Correspondence schools
8868 Religious organization–professional employees & clerical
8868 Schools–professional employees & clerical
8868 Schools–trade or vocational– professional employees & clerical
8869 Child care center–all employees including clerical, salespersons & drivers
8869 Child day camp–all employees including clerical, salespersons & drivers
8869 Day nurseries–all employees including clerical, salespersons & drivers
8871 Clerical telecommuter employees
8901 Cable TV–office or exchange employees & clerical
8901 Telecommunications co.–office or exchange employees & clerical
8901 Telephone or telegraph co.–office or exchange employees & clerical
8901 Television cable company–office or exchange employees & clerical
9012 Apartment property managers and leasing agents
9012 Building or property management–property managers and leasing agents & clerical, salespersons
9012 Condominiums, cooperatives or time-shares–property managers and leasing agents & clerical, salespersons
9014 Chimney cleaning–residential–no chimney cleaning above ground level & drivers
9014 Exterminator & drivers
9014 Floor waxing or polishing
9014 Furnace cleaning–vacuum suction method & drivers
9014 Insect control–not crops, no use of poisonous gases
9014 Janitorial services by contractors–no window cleaning above ground level & drivers
9014 Mobile power or pressure cleaning service–no power or pressure cleaning above ground level & drivers
9014 Refrigeration cars–pre-cooling
9014 Swimming pool maintenance–residential
9014 Termite control & drivers
9014 Washing or cleaning of interior walls
9015 Swimming instructors–independent–& drivers
9015 Boy and Girl Scout councils–camp operations–overnight sleeping
9015 Building or property management–all other employees
9015 Camp operation NOC
9015 Condominiums or cooperatives–all employees engaged in care, custody and maintenance of premises or facilities
9015 Flea market operation
9015 Mini-storage facilities or flea markets–property managers and leasing agents & clerical, salespersons
9015 Mobile home or trailer parks–property managers and leasing agents & clerical, salespersons
9015 Mobile home windstorm tie-down installation–by trailer camp operator
9015 Recreational vehicle campgrounds or parks–all operations & drivers
9015 Scuba diving instruction in swimming pools
9015 Self-storage warehousing facilities
9015 Swap meet operation
9015 Swimming pool–public–operation
9015 Trailer parks or trailer camps–all operations & drivers
9015 Warehouse space rental–no storing of goods for others
9016 Amusement park or exhibition operation & drivers
9016 Archery range
9016 Arena or stadium for boxing or wrestling matches
9016 Arena or stadium for ice shows, boat shows, automobile shows
9016 Arena or stadium for rodeos, circuses, dolphin exhibitions
9016 Auditoriums or exhibition hall
9016 Baseball batting range
9016 Boat rental in parks (not boat liveries)
9016 Caves or caverns–operation for exhibition purposes–including guides, ticket sellers, gate attendants, maintenance employees & drivers
9016 Concessions–boats in parks–& drivers
9016 Dog show–operation by owner or lessee & drivers
9016 Drag strip operation
9016 Golf driving range
9016 Horse show–operation by owner or lessee–& drivers
9016 Ice skating rink
9016 Miniature golf course
9016 Racetrack operation–horse or dog–all other employees–including starters & assistants–& drivers
9016 Recreational or amusement devices–archery ranges & drivers
9016 Recreational or amusement devices–ball or dart throwing at targets–& drivers
9016 Recreational or amusement devices–baseball batting ranges–& drivers
9016 Recreational or amusement devices–golf courses–miniature–& drivers
9016 Recreational or amusement devices–golf driving ranges–& drivers
9016 Recreational or amusement devices–kiddie rides at permanent locations & drivers
9016 Recreational or amusement devices–pony rides–care & maintenance of track
9016 Recreational or amusement devices–shooting galleries (air rifles) & drivers
9016 Recreational or amusement devices– tennis courts–public–operation
9016 Rodeos–facilities maintenance
9016 Speedways–automobile races
9016 Tracks–stock car, jalopy races
9019 Bridge or vehicular tunnel operation & drivers
9019 Tunnel (vehicular) or bridge operations & drivers
9033 Housing authority & clerical, salespersons, drivers
9040 Asylum–all other than professional employees
9040 Hospital–all other than professional employees
9040 Sanitarium–all other than professional employees
9044 Casino gambling hotel–all employees & clerical, salespersons, drivers
9052 Boarding houses
9052 Caddy–employee of hotel
9052 Commissary work–all employees other than restaurant workers
9052 Dude ranches–not cattle ranches–& salespersons, drivers
9052 Garages operated by hotels, etc.
9052 Golf courses operated by hotels, etc.
9052 Hotel & salespersons, drivers–all other than restaurant employees
9052 Motel, motor court or cabin– salespersons & drivers–all other than restaurant employees
9052 Rooming houses or boarding houses–& salespersons, drivers
9054 Hotel, boarding house–resort–all-year operations–all employees & drivers (WI)
9056 Hotel, boarding house and resort–seasonal operations–all employees & drivers (WI)
9058 Commissary work–restaurant employees
9058 Hotel–restaurant employees
9058 Motel, motor court or cabin–restaurant employees
9060 Caddy–employee of country club
9060 Caddy–independent contractor
9060 Club–country, golf, fishing or yacht–all employees & clerical, salespersons, drivers
9060 Clubs–ski & clerical
9060 Clubs–tennis, racquetball or handball–outdoor
9060 Golf course, not miniature–public or private
9061 Club–NOC & clerical
9061 Clubs–beach & clerical
9061 Club–social, fraternal or business–operating on own premises or facilities & clerical
9061 Clubs–social & clerical
9061 Fraternal society & clerical
9061 Fraternity or sorority houses–& clerical
9061 Sorority or fraternity houses
9062 Casino gambling–all employees & clerical, salespersons, drivers
9063 Clubs–health & clerical
9063 Clubs–tennis, racquetball or handball–indoor
9063 Exercise or health institute & clerical
9063 Gymnasiums and health clubs
9063 Health or exercise institute & clerical
9063 Health spa or steam bath NOC & clerical
9063 Massage salons
9063 Tanning parlor in conjunction with health club
9063 U.S.O. activities–permanent location
9063 YMCA, YWCA, YMHA or YWHA, institution–all employees & clerical
9077F Club–officers & enlisted personnel–military base
9077F Post exchange–military base
9077F Recreational center or library–military base
9077F United States armed service risk–all employees & drivers
9082 Restaurant NOC
9083 Doughnut shop–retail
9083 Restaurant–fast food
9084 Bar, discotheque, lounge, nightclub or tavern
9084 Restaurant–bar, discotheque, lounge, nightclub or tavern
9088 Missile bases
9088 Missiles firing and bunker
9088 Rocket or missile testing or launching & drivers
9089 Billiard hall
9089 Pool halls
9093 Bowling lane
9093 Roller skating rink
9101 Adjustment training centers–all other employees
9101 College–all employees other than professional or clerical
9101 Dormitory operation–by school
9101 Public library or museum–all other than professional employees or clerical
9101 Religious organization–all other employees
9101 Schools–all other than professional & clerical employees
9101 Schools–trade or vocational–all other than professional or clerical employees
9101 Adult day care centers–all other employees
9102 Lawn maintenance
9102 Park NOC–all employees & drivers
9102 Ski trail operation–cross-country
9102 Zoo & drivers
9154 Dinner theater–all other employees–theater payroll greater than 50%
9154 Theater–drive-in–all employees
9154 Theater NOC–all employees other than players, entertainers or musicians
9156 Dinner theater–players, entertainers–theater payroll greater than 50%
9156 Theater NOC–players, entertainers or musicians
9170 Janitorial services by contractors– includes window cleaning above ground level & drivers
9170 Window cleaning and drivers (NJ, WI)
9178 Athletic sports or park–non-contact sports
9178 Baseball team
9178 Basketball team
9178 Soccer team
9179 Athletic sports or park–contact sports
9179 Football team
9179 Hockey team
9179 Roller derbies
9180 Alligator exhibition–& drivers
9180 Amusement device operation NOC–not traveling & drivers
9180 Clubs–shooting & drivers
9180 Dolphin training, feeding and care & drivers
9180 Fireworks exhibition & drivers
9180 Hunting guides–club–& drivers
9180 Merry-go-round operation–not traveling & drivers
9180 Mountain climbing instructors and guides & drivers
9180 Pony rides–& drivers
9180 Race car drivers. Separately rate race car team as Code 8380
9180 Recreational or amusement devices–pony rides–& drivers–excluding track maintenance
9180 Scenic railroad at amusement park–& drivers
9180 Serpentarium–& drivers
9180 Shooting gallery–& drivers
9180 Skiing operations–tows, instructors, patrols, cable chair sky rides–& drivers
9180 Ski instructors–& drivers
9180 Train operation–miniature at amusement park–& drivers
9180 Water skiing exhibitions–& drivers
9180 Water slides–& drivers
9180 Wave pools–& drivers
9182 Arena or stadium for team sports events
9182 Athletic sports or park & drivers–all employees other than players, coaches, managers or umpires
9186 Amusement device operator, carnival or circus–traveling–all employees & drivers
9186 Animal show–traveling & drivers
9186 Automobile stunt show
9186 Carnival, circus or amusement device operator–traveling–all employees & drivers
9186 Circus, carnival or amusement device operator–traveling–all employees & drivers
9220 Cemetery operation & drivers
9220 Cemetery removal–opening graves, removing and reinterring remains, & drivers
9220 Pet cemetery
9402 Beach cleaning–& drivers
9402 Cesspool cleaning–specialist contractors–& drivers
9402 Highway operations–toll roads–snow removal performed by employees specifically hired for this purpose
9402 Portable toilets–rental, installation, service
9402 Septic tank cleaning
9402 Sewer cleaning & drivers
9402 Snow removal–clearing snow from streets or roads–& drivers
9402 Street cleaning & drivers
9402 Sweeping–parking lots & streets
9402 Tunnel–spray cleaning of interior
9403 Ashes, garbage or refuse collection & drivers
9403 Chemical waste disposal
9403 Collection of containerized garbage, ashes or refuse
9403 Containerized refuse collection
9403 Garbage and refuse–collecting in containers
9403 Garbage, ashes or refuse collection & drivers
9403 Liquid waste collection
9403 Manure dealers–& drivers
9403 Refuse, ashes or garbage collection & drivers
9410 County employees NOC
9410 Highway operations–toll roads–toll collectors
9410 Inspectors–municipal, township, county or state employee
9410 Municipal, state or public agency employees
9410 Municipal, township, county or state employee NOC
9410 State employees NOC
9410 Township employees NOC
9412 City (WI)
9413 County or town (WI)
9414 Village (WI)
9428 Work-study coverage (WI)
9501 Advertising display service & drivers
9501 Furniture–stripping and/or refinishing
9501 Non-stick surfaces–coating of cooking utensils
9501 Painting–electrostatic–shop operations exclusively
9501 Painting–shop only & drivers
9501 Sign mfg.–plastic or vinyl–computer-generated letters or graphics–includes manufacture or preparation of surfaces
9501 Sign mfg.–wood–painting, spraying, sandblasting, with or without power machinery & drivers
9501 Sign painting or lettering–inside of buildings–& drivers
9501 Sign mfg.–wood–painting, spraying, sandblasting with or without power machinery & drivers
9505 Automobile, bus, truck or trailer body mfg.–painting
9505 Painting–automobile or carriage bodies
9516 Electronic equipment–installation, service or repair–shop and outside & drivers
9519 Meat slicers or grinders–service or repair
9519 Food mixers–installation, service or repair–commercial–& drivers
9519 Air conditioners–portable–installation, service or repair–residential
9519 Air conditioning–portable–installation or service–& drivers
9519 Electric blankets–service or repair
9519 Freezers–installation, service or repair–residential
9519 Household and commercial appliances–electrical–installation, service or repair–& drivers
9519 Refrigeration–domestic–includes cleaning, oiling or adjusting–& drivers
9519 Refrigeration–domestic–installation, service or repair–& drivers
9519 Refrigerator, stove, washing machine, service or repair–including incidental shop operations; drivers
9519 Sewing machines–installation, service or repair–residential
9519 Stove–installation, service or repair–residential
9519 Vacuum cleaner service and repair
9519 Washing machines–installation, service or repair–residential
9521 Advertising display installation service
9521 Clothes dryers–wood–installation in apartments
9521 Draperies or curtains–installation in public buildings from floor or stepladders
9521 House furnishings installation NOC & upholstering
9521 Interior decorators–house furnishings installation
9521 Salespersons–trimming windows
9521 Upholstering–away from shop
9521 Venetian blind installation
9521 Window shades–installation
9521 Window shutter installation–wooden
9521 Window trimming
9522 Automobile, bus, truck or trailer body mfg.–upholstering
9522 Burial garment mfg. and casket or coffin upholstering
9522 Casket or coffin upholstering and burial garment mfg.
9522 Coffin or casket upholstering and burial garment mfg.
9522 Furniture upholstering
9534 Bell installation–tower–& drivers
9534 Crane rental with operator
9534 Mobile crane and hoisting service contractors–NOC–all operations including yard employees and drivers
9534 Scaffolding–outrigger scaffold installation, repair or removal & drivers
9534 Scaffolding–suspended or swinging scaffold installation, repair or removal & drivers
9554 Advertising co. away from shop & drivers
9554 Bill posting & drivers
9554 Sign installation, repair, maintenance, removal or replacement–advertising company–away from shop and drivers
9554 Sign painting or lettering–outside of buildings or structures–& drivers
9586 Barbershop, beauty parlor or hair styling salon
9586 Beauty parlor
9586 Beauty school with commercial shops
9586 Hair styling salon
9586 Tanning parlor as a separate enterprise
9586 Tattooing parlors
9586 Wig styling
9620 Crematory operation & drivers
9620 Funeral director & drivers
9620 Undertaker & drivers
9894 Orchestra–contracting or jobbing (WI)
9984 Atomic energy project work
9985 Atomic energy radiation exposure NOC
Top 10 Wisconsin Workers Compensation Companies By Premiums Written
Need a Wisconsin workers compensation quote? Below is a list of the top 10 workers compensation insurance providers in the state of Wisconsin by premiums written.
|Company Name||Premiums Written||Premiums Earned||Loss Ratio||Loss & Cost Containment Ratio||Market Share||Cumulative Market Share|
|WEST BEND MUT INS CO||145,896||140,941||51.85%||53.46%||8.09%||19.19%|
|SENTRY INS GRP||129,733||125,500||79.52%||85.07%||7.19%||26.39%|
|ACUITY A MUT INS CO||95,833||96,034||57.19%||60.07%||5.31%||31.70%|
|BCBS OF MI GRP||89,733||95,260||76.62%||83.58%||4.98%||36.68%|
|LIBERTY MUT GRP||79,786||63,881||109.90%||120.06%||4.42%||41.10%|
|AMERICAN INTL GRP||78,777||79,520||66.55%||71.00%||4.37%||45.47%|
|ZURICH INS GRP||72,881||69,830||72.31%||80.69%||4.04%||53.69%|
|ACE LTD GRP||69,011||66,361||69.23%||67.53%||3.83%||57.52%|
Wisconsin Premium Rate Ranking
The state of Wisconsin has the 12th highest workers’ compensation premiums rates, according to the Oregon premium rate ranking study. They have moved up 11 positions from their previous rate ranking, which was 23rd. Workers’ compensation premiums in Wisconsin cost 112% of the national median.
Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Rates by Class Code
The estimated Wisconsin workers’ compensation rates by class code below are part of the Oregon workers’ compensation premium rate ranking study. You can view their study by clicking on the images below.
Wisconsin Workers Compensation Class Codes