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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WATER MAINS OR CONNECTIONS CONSTRUCTION — including tunneling at street crossings — employees whose regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $34.00 per hour
Assignment of this classification is subject to verification at the time of final audit that the employee’s regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $34.00 per hour. The payroll of an employee whose regular hourly wage is not shown to equal or exceed $34.00 per hour shall be classified as 6315(1), Water Mains or Connections Construction.
|3169(2)||WATER HEATER MFG.|
WATER COMPANIES — all employees — including construction or extension of lines
|3383(3)||WATCH MFG. — including foundry operations|
WAREHOUSES — self-storage — all other employees — including resident employees and resident Clerical Office Employees
When lodging is provided by the employer, the total remuneration shall include the market value of such lodging to the employee.
WAREHOUSES — self-storage — property management supervisors — not resident managers or supervisors
WAREHOUSES — grain or bean — including cleaning and handling
Classification 8215(2) shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classification 8232(3), Fuel and Material Dealers, unless the operation described by Classification 8215(2) constitutes a separate and distinct enterprise having no connection with the operations covered by Classification 8232(3).
WAREHOUSES — general merchandise — N.O.C.
|8293(1)||WAREHOUSES — furniture — including packing, handling and transport away from the employer's premises in connection with storage|
WAREHOUSES — cotton — including cotton compressing.
|8291(1)||WAREHOUSES — cold storage|
|8291(2)||WAREHOUSES — climate controlled storage|
|5446||WALLBOARD INSTALLATION — within buildings — including finishing and preparation prior to painting — employees whose regular hourly wage does not equal or exceed $36.00 per hour — N.O.C.|
WALLBOARD INSTALLATION — within buildings — including finishing and preparation prior to painting — employees whose regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $36.00 per hour — N.O.C.
Assignment of this classification is subject to verification at the time of final audit that the employee's regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $36.00 per hour. The payroll of an employee whose regular hourly wage is not shown to equal or exceed $36.00 per hour shall be classified as 5446, Wallboard Installation.
VITAMIN OR DIETARY SUPPLEMENT MFG. — compounding, blending or packaging only — not manufacturing ingredients
VIDEO POST-PRODUCTION — computer or electronic — all employees — including Clerical Office Employees, Clerical Telecommuter Employees and Outside Salespersons
The entire remuneration of each employee shall be included, subject to a maximum of $139,100 per year. When the policy is in force for less than a 12-month period, the maximum payroll amount shall be prorated based upon the number of weeks in the policy period.
|2915||VENEER OR VENEER PRODUCTS MFG. — N.O.C.|
VENDING OR COIN-OPERATED MACHINES – installation, service or repair – including storage, shop and outside operations and Outside Salespersons
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.