Now obsolete, prior to the 1986 revision of the commercial general liability
(CGL) policy, this policy form was used as a means of providing premises and
operations coverage to manufacturers and certain types of contractors, primarily
construction and installation contractors. Today, if an insurer wishes to exclude
the products-completed operations hazard, it can do so by attaching the products-completed
operations hazard exclusion endorsement. The insured can then purchase separate
products and completed operations coverage.