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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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Standard Classifications

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
9067(2) CLUBS — boys and girls — all employees — including front desk employees, teachers and instructors
9067(1)

CLUBS — community health and wellness — all employees — including front desk employees, teachers and instructors

9066

HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATIONS AND HOUSING COOPERATIVES — N.O.C.

9061 CLUBS — N.O.C. — all employees — including front desk employees and restaurant or tavern employees
9060 CLUBS — country or golf — all employees — including front desk employees and restaurant or tavern employees
9059

DAY CARE CENTERS — child — not residential care facilities — all employees — including receptionists

9054 SPAS OR BATHS — including restaurant employees, retail store employees and receptionists
9053(5)

CLUBS — racquet sports — including restaurant employees, retail store employees and receptionists

9053(3) SWIMMING POOLS OR SWIMMING CLUBS — including restaurant employees, retail store employees and receptionists
9053(2) HEALTH CLUBS OR GYMS — including restaurant employees, retail store employees and receptionists
9050(2)

MOTELS — all employees other than employees exclusively engaged in restaurant or tavern operations

When lodging is provided by the employer, the total remuneration shall include the market value of such lodging to the employee.

9050

HOTELS, MOTELS OR SHORT-TERM RESIDENTIAL HOUSING — all employees other than employees exclusively engaged in restaurant or tavern operations

When lodging is provided by the employer, the total remuneration shall include the market value of such lodging to the employee.

9048(2) BOY AND GIRL SCOUT COUNCILS — all camp operations — including Clerical Office Employees at camp locations
9048(1)

CAMPS — recreational or educational — all operations — including Clerical Office Employees at camp locations

9043

HOSPITALS — all employees — including Clerical Office Employees and Outside Salespersons

9033

HOUSING AUTHORITIES — including resident or on-site managers

When lodging is provided by the employer, the total remuneration shall include the market value of such lodging to the employee.

9031

PEST OR NUISANCE WILDLIFE CONTROL — including yard employees, Outside Salespersons and estimators

9016(4)

BOAT MARINA AND BOAT RENTAL OPERATION

9016(3) HORSE SHOWS OR RODEOS — all employees other than stable employees and employees engaged in the operation or maintenance of amusement devices, restaurants or retail stores
9016(2)

DOG SHOWS — all employees other than kennel employees and employees engaged in the operation or maintenance of amusement devices, restaurants or retail stores

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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.