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The Classification Search helps you locate classifications based on keywords that are part of, or commonly associated with, classification phraseologies. Enter a search term or classification code below to begin your search. Narrow your search by choosing an industry group or related classifications from the "Filter By" pulldown menu. Refer to the Insurance Commissioner's rules regarding the Standard Classification System in Part 3, Standard Classification System, of the California Workers' Compensation Uniform Statistical Reporting Plan—1995 (USRP).

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Click on a phraseology or code in the search results below to view detailed information such as phraseology, footnotes, rules and pure premium rates for that classification. To view the search results in alphabetical order, click on the "Phraseology" link at the top of the column. To view the search results in numerical order, click on the "Code" link at the top of the column.

Codesort ascending Phraseology
9181

ATHLETIC TEAMS OR ATHLETIC FACILITIES — players, umpires, referees and game officials

The entire remuneration of each player shall be included, subject to a maximum of $139,100 per season. When a player works for two or more teams in the same sport during the season, the $139,100 per player maximum shall be prorated.

9180(2) SHOOTING CLUBS OR SHOOTING RANGES
9180(1)

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

9156

THEATERS — dance, opera and theater companies — all performers and directors of performers — N.O.C.

The entire remuneration of performers and directors of performers shall be included, subject to a maximum of $139,100 per year per person. When such employees do not work the entire year, the payroll limitation shall be prorated based upon the number of weeks in which such employees worked during the policy period.

9155 THEATERS — motion picture — all employees other than employees exclusively engaged in restaurant or tavern operations
9154

THEATERS — not motion picture — all employees other than performers and directors of performers — including managers, stage hands, box office employees or ushers

9151

THEATERS — musical entertainment — live performances — all performers and directors of performers

The entire remuneration of performers and directors of performers shall be included subject to a maximum of $139,100 per year per person. When such employees do not work the entire year, the payroll limitation shall be prorated based upon the number of weeks in which such employees worked during the policy period.

9101

COLLEGES OR SCHOOLS – private – not automobile schools – all employees other than professors, teachers, or academic professional employees – including cafeterias

9097 SWIMMING POOL CLEANING OR SERVICING — by specialty contractors
9096

RESIDENTIAL CLEANING SERVICES — by contractors

9095

EVENT MARKET, FESTIVAL OR TRADE SHOW OPERATION – all employees – N.O.C.

9092(3) SKATING CENTERS — ice or roller — including restaurant or tavern employees, retail store employees and counterpersons
9092(2)

BILLIARD HALLS — including restaurant or tavern employees, retail store employees and counterpersons

9092(1) BOWLING CENTERS — with or without billiard halls — including restaurant or tavern employees, retail store employees and counterpersons
9085

RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED — including supervisors and receptionists

9079(2) CONCESSIONAIRES — dispensing food and beverage items at ball parks, race tracks, theaters, concert venues and amusement and recreational facilities
9079(1)

RESTAURANTS OR TAVERNS — all employees — including musicians and entertainers

9070(3)

RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES FOR ADULTS — including supervisors and receptionists — N.O.C.

Classification 9070(3) shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classifications 8804(1), Substance Use Disorder Recovery Homes, or 8804(2), Social Rehabilitation Facilities for Adults, unless the operation described by Classification 9070(3) constitutes a separate and distinct enterprise having no connection with the operations covered by Classifications 8804(1) or 8804(2).

9070(1)

RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES FOR THE ELDERLY — including supervisors and receptionists — N.O.C.

Classification 9070(1) shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classifications 8804(1), Substance Use Disorder Recovery Homes, or 8804(2), Social Rehabilitation Facilities for Adults, unless the operation described by Classification 9070(1) constitutes a separate and distinct enterprise having no connection with the operations covered by Classifications 8804(1) or 8804(2).

9069 CLUBS — gaming — all employees — including front desk employees and restaurant or tavern employees

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The Classification Search was developed by the WCIRB for your convenience to help you identify Standard Classifications based on keywords or a classification code. However, you cannot rely solely on the Classification Search and must make an independent assessment when determining the appropriate classification(s) assignable to a risk in accordance with the USRP.