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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
9180(1)
 
Phraseology:

AMUSEMENT OR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES – N.O.C. — operation and maintenance of amusement devices — including ticket collectors connected therewith

Footnote:

This classification applies to the operation and maintenance of amusement devices at recreational facilities, including but not limited to amusement parks, zoos, water parks, miniature golf courses, batting cages, bumper car facilities, archery ranges, water excursions/tours and laser tag, airsoft and paintball facilities.

This classification also applies to guided rafting, kayaking or wilderness expeditions, motorsports operations, and ski instructors, ski patrol personnel and employees engaged in ski trail grooming at ski resort locations that exclusively provide Nordic (cross-country) skiing activities. This classification also applies to the detonation of fireworks for pyrotechnic displays.

Traveling carnivals or circuses shall be classified as 9185, Carnivals or Circuses.

Employers that operate boat marinas and boat rental facilities shall be classified as 9016(4), Boat Marina and Boat Rental Operation.

Employers that operate boat marinas and boat rental facilities shall be classified as 9016(4), Boat Marina and Boat Rental Operation.

Bowling centers shall be classified as 9092(1), Bowling Centers.

Billiard halls shall be classified as 9092(2), Billiard Halls.

Skating rinks and skate parks shall be classified as 9092(3), Skating Centers.

The operation of Alpine (downhill) ski resorts, including the operation of Nordic (cross-country) ski trails at Alpine ski resort locations, shall be classified as 9184, Ski Resorts — Alpine.

Also refer to companion Classification 9016(1), Amusement or Recreational Facilities – N.O.C. – all employees other than those engaged in the operation or maintenance of amusement devices, restaurants or retail stores.

If an employee who performs duties described by Classification 9180(1) also performs duties described by Classification 9016(1), the payroll of that employee may be divided between Classifications 9016(1) and 9180(1), provided the employer maintains accurate records supported by time cards or time book entries that show such division. See Part 3, Section V, Rule 3, Division of Single Employee's Payroll.

Restaurants and retail stores shall be separately classified.

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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2018$3.62New/Renewal
7/1/2017$4.30New/Renewal
1/1/2017$4.66New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnoteEffective Date

Phraseology:
AMUSEMENT OR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES – N.O.C. — operation and maintenance of merry-go-rounds, swings, roller coasters or other amusement devices not specifically classified — including ticket collectors connected therewith

Footnote:

This classification includes the operation and maintenance of amusement devices at amusement or recreational facilities, batting cage operations, rafting and kayaking expeditions, wilderness expeditions, motorsports operations, and ski instructors, ski patrol personnel and employees engaged in ski trail grooming at ski resort locations that exclusively provide Nordic or cross-country skiing activities.

Baths, billiard halls, bowling centers, dance halls, restaurants, retail stores, skating rinks and theaters shall be separately classified.

Employers that operate boat marinas and boat rental facilities shall be classified as 9016(4), Boat Marina and Boat Rental Operation.

Also refer to companion Classification 9016(1), Amusement or Recreational Facilities – N.O.C. – all employees other than those engaged in the operation or maintenance of merry-go-rounds, swings, roller coasters or other amusement devices and ticket collectors connected therewith.

If an employee who performs duties described by Classification 9180(1) also performs duties described by Classification 9016(1), the payroll of that employee may be divided between Classifications 9180(1) and 9016(1), provided the employer maintains accurate records supported by time cards or time book entries that show such division. Refer to Part 3, Section V, Rule 3.

1/1/2017
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