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EXCERPT

California Workers’ Compensation Uniform Statistical Reporting Plan—1995
Effective January 1, 2020

Part 3, Standard Classification System, Section IV, Special Industry Classification Procedures, Rule 2f, Shop, Yard or Storage Operations


f. Shop, Yard or Storage Operations

When an employer’s shop, yard or storage operations are performed in connection with its construction or erection operations that are assigned to two or more classifications, one or more of which includes shop, yard or storage operations and one or more of which does not include shop, yard or storage operations, the payroll of the shop, yard or storage operations shall be assigned in accordance with the following:

(1) Compare the sum of the payroll (other than the payroll of miscellaneous employees) assigned to construction or erection classification(s) that do not include shop, yard or storage operations to the sum of the payroll (other than the payroll of miscellaneous employees) assigned to construction or erection classification(s) that include shop, yard or storage operations.

(2) If the sum of the payroll generated by the construction or erection classification(s) that do not include shop, yard or storage operations exceeds the sum of the payroll generated by the construction or erection classification(s) that include shop, yard or storage operations, then the payroll generated in shop, yard or storage operations shall be assigned to Classification 8227, Construction or Erection Permanent Yards or Shops.

(3) If the sum of the payroll generated by the construction or erection classification(s) that include shop, yard or storage operations exceeds the sum of the payroll generated by the construction or erection classification(s) that do not include shop, yard or storage operations, then the payroll generated in shop, yard or storage operations shall be assigned to the classification that includes shop, yard or storage operations. When there is more than one such classification, the payroll generated in shop, yard or storage operations shall be as-signed to the classification that generates the most payroll.