New York Workers Comp Cement Mfg – Class Code 1701 Increases 12%
The NYS rate 1701 increased 12% over the last year. The NY workers comp Cement Mfg rate for the year 2012 is 6.65, up from 5.94 for the year 2011.
New York Workers Comp Cement Mfg – Class Code 1701
Description: NY workers comp Cement Mfg uses SCOPE insurance class code 1701. Classification code 1701 is applicable to the manufacture of cement, lime, plaster board or block, plaster mill, plaster or staff mixing, and rock wool. Excavation or digging, dredging, and mining or quarrying of materials are excluded from this classification.
New York Workers Comp cement mfg for Class Code 1701 as it applies to cement workers, is assigned to those in receiving, screening, and packing only. Cement Mfg Code 1701 applies to insured entities engaged in the manufacture of cement. The raw materials of limestone, marl, alumina, lime, iron oxide and magnesia are received. At a cement plant, those raw materials are crushed, blended and sized in a cement plant by rock crushing, rough milling and screening equipment. The material is ground in ball or tube mills; it can be wet ground by adding water.
Wet or dry, the ground powder is then blended and calcinated in very large, continuous rotary kilns or other proportioning equipment. After finish-grinding, the final cement mixture is packed into silos or paper bags. The receiving, screening, and packing during cement manufacturing are covered by the NYS rate 1701 increased 12% for the year 2012.
Materials used: Limestone, marl, alumina, lime, iron oxide, and magnesia are used as raw materials. Screening is done by rock crushing, rough milling and screening equipment. Ball mills or tube mills proportion the powder, and large rotary kilns heat process and produce clinker. The final process is finish-grinding prior to storing in silos or sacking in paper bags.
New York Workers Comp Cement Mfg. Pricing:
NYS Rating Board has increased code 1701 12% in 2012. NY State Fund 2012 rate is $6.65 per $100 in payroll. Other carriers can be more competitive for good risks with rates as low as $5.67. Click Here to veiw hundreds of class codes and rates or call (212)-947-4298 for a quote.