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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
5633
 
Phraseology:

STEEL FRAMING — light gauge — including the incidental installation of interior trim, builders finish, doors and cabinet work — employees whose regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $32.00 per hour

Assignment of this classification is subject to verification at the time of final audit that the employee’s regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $32.00 per hour. The payroll of an employee whose regular hourly wage is not shown to equal or exceed $32.00 per hour shall be classified as 5632, Steel Framing.

Footnote:

This classification applies to the structural framing of buildings using cold formed, light gauge steel studs and joists that are #15 gauge or lighter.

This classification also applies to incidental carpentry operations, including but not limited to the installation of interior trim, builders finish, doors and cabinets; the installation of shingle roofing; and the installation or application of insulation materials in buildings or within building walls, but only if such work is performed by the same employer who performs light gauge steel framing in constructing new buildings or additions to existing buildings at the same job or location. All other roofing shall be separately classified.

The making, erecting or stripping of forms in connection with concrete work shall be assigned to the appropriate concrete classification.

The assembly of light gauge steel building components, including but not limited to wall panels and trusses at a permanent shop or yard location shall be classified as 3066(1), Sheet Metal Products Mfg.

The erection of steel structures constructed from steel beams shall be classified as 5040(1), Iron or Steel Erection — structural and exterior installation, or 5059, Iron or Steel Erection — structural — in the construction of buildings not over two stories in height.

Industry Group/Related Classifications:
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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2018$5.83New/Renewal
7/1/2017$5.74New/Renewal
1/1/2017$6.22New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnoteEffective Date

Phraseology:
STEEL STEEL FRAMING — light gauge — including the incidental installation of interior trim, builders finish, doors and cabinet work — employees whose regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $30.00 per hour

Assignment of this classification is subject to verification at the time of final audit that the employee’s regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $30.00 per hour. The payroll of an employee whose regular hourly wage is not shown to equal or exceed $30.00 per hour shall be classified as 5632, Steel Framing.

Footnote:
This classification also applies to incidental carpentry operations, including but not limited to the installation of interior trim, builders finish, doors and cabinets; the installation of shingle roofing; and the installation or application of insulation materials in buildings or within building walls, but only if such work is performed by the same employer who performs light gauge steel framing in constructing new buildings or additions to existing buildings at the same job or location. All other roofing shall be separately classified.

The making, erecting or stripping of forms in connection with concrete work shall be assigned to the appropriate concrete classification.

The assembly of light gauge steel building components, including but not limited to wall panels and trusses at a permanent shop or yard location shall be classified as 3066(1), Sheet Metal Products Mfg.

The erection of steel structures constructed from steel beams shall be classified as 5040(1), Iron or Steel Erection — structural and exterior installation, or 5059, Iron or Steel Erection — structural — in the construction of buildings not over two stories in height.

1/1/2017
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