WELDING OR CUTTING — N.O.C. — shop or outside — including incidental machining operations
This classification applies to welding or cutting performed for other concerns on a fee basis that is not in connection with manufacturing, demolition, wrecking, salvaging or construction operations. This classification includes incidental metal fabrication or machining performed by the employer in connection with job welding. This classification also applies to the repair of customer supplied items or equipment when repairs are primarily performed by welding; hardfacing (welding to build up a hard metal surface); and metallizing metal items using thermal spray methods.
Welding or cutting operations shall only be separately classified when conducted as a separate and distinct operation and not in connection with the employer's other classifiable operations.
Welding or cutting performed in connection with manufacturing, demolition, wrecking, salvaging or construction operations shall be assigned to the applicable classification for such operations.
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WELDING OR CUTTING — N.O.C. — shop or outside — including incidental machining operations connected therewith
At a particular job or location, this classification shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with any other classification (other than the Standard Exceptions or General Exclusions).
Welding or cutting in connection with manufacturing, demolition, wrecking, salvaging or construction operations shall be assigned to the classification describing the operations with which such welding or cutting is connected.
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