Classification Cross-Reference includes the following.
Classification Cross-Reference TOC
- Alphabetical and Numerical Cross-References
- NCCI Workers Compensation Codes
- California Workers Compensation Codes
- Delaware and Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Codes
- Michigan Workers Compensation Codes
- New Jersey Workers Compensation Codes
- New York Workers Compensation Codes
- Texas Workers Compensation Codes
- ISO Commercial General Liability Codes
- Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes
- North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) Codes
Agents, Brokers, and Account Support Staff
- Prevent internal errors and/or identify errors in competitors' classification assignments.
- Save an enormous amount of time and effort when corresponding classification codes are needed.
Risk Managers, Financial Executives, & Insurance Buyers
- Risk managers who do not wish to obtain and maintain classification/rating manuals will find it to be a useful and inexpensive listing of the workers compensation and general liability classification descriptions and applicable codes.
- Risk managers of professional employment organizations (PEOs) who must ensure that many different types of businesses are properly classified find this handy guide to be enormously valuable.
Underwriters & Auditors
- Quickly and accurately answer classification questions with this extremely easy-to-use field guide that will enhance thoroughness during audits.
- A great help when arguing cases over proper determination of workers comp or liability insurance premiums.
- Identify errors in classification assignments to reduce your client's premiums.
- Save an enormous amount of time and effort when corresponding classification codes are needed for specifications or RFPs.
Your purchase of the online version of Classification Cross-Reference comes with a digital copy of The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), produced by the Office of Management and Budget's Economic Classification Policy Committee and distributed by National Technical Information Service (NTIS). It provides a complete list of NAICS codes and information about the purpose of NAICS, its development, and the conceptual framework and structure of this classification system.
In addition, you will also get the Contractor's Guide to OCIPs, a handy reference that provides guidance on 39 issues contractors should consider when accepting coverage through a wrap-up or controlled insurance program. This publication was prepared by the OCIP Task Force of the AGC of America.