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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2020
 
Classification Code:
5470
 
Phraseology:

GLAZIERS — away from shop — employees whose regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $33.00 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 $33.00 per hour. The payroll of an employee whose regular hourly wage is not shown to equal or exceed $33.00 per hour shall be classified as 5467, Glaziers.

Footnote:

This classification applies to the installation of glass panes or insulated glass units within framework in connection with residential or commercial buildings. This classification includes the incidental installation of framework and glass cutting at the job site.

The installation of doors, door frames or pre-glazed windows within residential or commercial buildings shall be classified as 5107, Door, Door Frame or Pre-Glazed Window Installation, provided such operations are not performed in connection with structures framed by the employer at the same job or location. If the employer is engaged in wood or light gauge steel framing, the installation of doors, door frames or pre-glazed windows at such job or location shall be classified as 5403/5432, Carpentry, or 5632/5633, Steel Framing.

The installation of tub or shower enclosures, mirrors, mirrored wardrobe doors or window screens shall be separately classified as 5146(1), Cabinet or Fixtures.

The repair or replacement of automobile or truck glass shall be separately classified as 8389, Automobile or Truck Repair Facilities.

The application of window film or glass tinting shall be classified as 9507, Sign Painting or Lettering and Quick Sign Shops.

The shop cutting of glass shall be classified as 4130, Glass Merchants.

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Effective DatePure Premium RateNote
1/1/2020$3.38New/Renewal
1/1/2019$3.18New/Renewal
7/1/2018$3.69New/Renewal
Prior Phraseology and Footnote:
Shown below is the previously published phraseology and footnoteEffective Date

Phraseology:

GLAZIERS — away from shop — employees whose regular hourly wage equals or exceeds $32.00 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 $32.00 per hour. The payroll of an employee whose regular hourly wage is not shown to equal or exceed $32.00 per hour shall be classified as 5467, Glaziers.

Footnote:

This classification applies to the installation of glass panes or insulated glass units within framework in connection with residential or commercial buildings. This classification includes the incidental installation of framework and glass cutting at the job site.

The installation of doors, door frames and pre-glazed windows within residential or commercial buildings shall be classified as 5107, Door, Door Frame or Pre-Glazed Window Installation, provided such operations are not performed in connection with structures framed by the employer at the same job or location. If the employer is engaged in wood or light gauge steel framing, the installation of doors, door frames and pre-glazed windows at such job or location shall be classified as 5403/5432, Carpentry, or 5632/5633, Steel Framing.

The installation of tub and shower enclosures, mirrors, mirrored wardrobe doors and window screens shall be separately classified as 5146(1), Cabinet or Fixtures.

The repair or replacement of automobile or truck glass shall be separately classified as 8389, Automobile or Truck Repair Facilities.

The application of window film and glass tinting shall be classified as 9507(1), Sign Painting or Lettering.

The shop cutting of glass shall be classified as 4130, Glass Merchants.

1/1/2019
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