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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
5650
 
Phraseology:

TERMITE CONTROL WORK — all operations — including yard employees, Outside Salespersons and estimators

Footnote:

This classification applies to the control and extermination of termites and other wood-destroying pests and organisms by any method, including but not limited to fumigation, spraying of insecticides and applying orange oil and hot or cold thermal treatments. This classification also applies to structural repair operations that are conducted incidental to termite control work. This classification also applies to the application of insecticides onto soil and structures to control termites in connection with new construction.

The control and extermination of pests, including but not limited to rodents and insects other than termites or other wood-destroying pests shall be classified as 9031, Pest Control.

The structural repair of wood framed buildings that is not incidental to termite control work at a particular job or location shall be classified as 5403/5432, Carpentry.

Industry Group/Related Classifications:
Approved Pure Premium Rate:
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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2018$8.76New/Renewal
7/1/2017$8.85New/Renewal
1/1/2017$9.59New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnoteEffective Date

TERMITE CONTROL WORK — all operations — including yard employees, Outside Salespersons and estimators

This classification shall apply to operations involved in the control and extermination of termites and other wood-destroying pests or organisms by fumigation or spraying of poisonous insecticides. It also applies to structural repair operations conducted in connection therewith.

1/1/2016
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