NY Workers’ Comp class code 4902 Rate Increases Over 15% in 2013

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NY Workers' Comp class code 4902

NY Workers’ Comp class code 4902: Who Does It Apply To?

NY Workers’ Comp class code 4902 is applied to insureds who manufacture various types of sporting goods that are not otherwise classified. This includes the manufacturing of baseballs, golf clubs, body protection equipment, ear pads, helmets, archery equipment, golf balls, tennis balls, tennis rackets, snowshoes, skis, life jackets, clay targets used in skeet shooting, fish landing nets and fishing lines. NY Workers’ Comp class code 4902 also includes the manufacturing of gymnasium appliance ors equipment as long as no other classification more accurately describes their manufacturing process. The manufacturing or assembly of kites, table tennis sets, and model airplane or glider and boat kits are also included under NY Workers’ Comp class code 4209. Only toy-like, easy assembly kits are included in 4209; class code 2790 applies to the manufacturing of high-grade model kits.

Not all sporting goods manufacturing is included under NY Workers’ Comp class code 4902. Football, soccer, volleyball, or basketball manufacturing are included under class code 2688. Glove manufacturing, including baseball, boxing, handball, and punching bag gloves are included under class code 2670. Wooden baseball bat manufacturing, wooden golf club manufacturing, and wooden ski manufacturing are included under class code 2841.

NY Workers’ Comp class code 4902 Rate Increases Over 15% in 2013

The rate for NY Workers’ Comp class code 4902 has increased over 15% between 2011 & 2013. This means that insureds whose operations apply to NY Workers’ Comp class code 4902 will see higher premiums in the 2013-2014 policy year.

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