Worker’s Comp class code 2003: Bakery, Salespersons & Drivers applies to insureds engaged in the manufacturing of baked goods, cookies and crackers, and cooked or uncooked frozen items. This includes the baking or frying of baked goods, cookies and crackers, and cooked or uncooked frozen items. All sizes of bakeries apply to class code 2003.
What Employees Fall Under Workers Compensation Classification Code 2003?
Workers’ Comp class code 2003 does not apply to retail bakeries and doughnut stores in which no baking is done on premises. Instead, these businesses are classed under class code 8017. Potato chip, popcorn, and snack chip manufacturing businesses are included under class code 6503. The manufacturing of macaroni, spaghetti, and noodles is assigned to class code 2002. Only businesses that take part in the baking or frying of baked goods, cookies and crackers, and cooked or uncooked frozen items are included under class code 2003.
NY Workers’ Comp Insurance Classification Code 2003 Rate History:
In 2011, the rate for NY workers comp class code 2003 had an increase of 2.4%. Due to a recent decision by the New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board, the 2012-2013 rate for class code 2003 will remain the same.
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