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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
9531(1)
 
Phraseology:

TELECOMMUNICATION ANTENNA EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION, SERVICE OR REPAIR — shop or outside

Footnote:

This classification applies to the installation, service or repair of telecommunication antenna equipment located on towers, roofs or balconies of commercial or residential buildings and other exterior locations. This classification includes the installation, service or repair of switching equipment, repeaters, radios and similar electronic equipment and low voltage coaxial cable installation within buildings when performed in connection with telecommunication antenna installation by the same employer. This classification also applies to deployment of temporary, portable cellular antennas.

The installation of low voltage cabling within buildings that is not performed in connection with the installation, service or repair of telecommunication antenna equipment by the same employer shall be classified as 5195, Communications Cabling.

Erection of structural steel cellular towers shall be classified as 5040(1), Iron or Steel Erection — structural and exterior installation.

Operations performed by Federal Communications Commission licensed telecommunications firms shall be classified as 7600, Telecommunications Companies.

Telecommunication equipment installation within buildings shall be separately classified as 5193, Computer or Telephone System or Equipment Installation, Service or Repair.

Store operations shall be separately classified.

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