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Class Code 9554

Class code 9554 is used for employees that perform installation, repair, maintenance, removal, or replacement of billboard signs away from the shop location, not otherwise classified. This is an all-inclusive classification that is designed to include all away from shop workers in all areas of operations, including drivers. Work that is commonly performed by those […]

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Class Code 9534

Class code 9534 is used for employees that work for a mobile crane, rigging, or other hoisting service contractor, not otherwise classified. This is an all-inclusive classification that is designed to include workers in all areas of operations, including drivers and yard employees. Examples of work that is commonly performed by those in this classification […]

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Class Code 8227

Class code 8227 is used for employees that work at a permanent yard location that is maintained for the storage and maintenance of materials by a construction or erection company. Examples of work that may be performed by those in this classification includes, but is not limited to, maintaining, repairing, and storing materials and equipment, […]

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Class Code 7855

Class code 7855 is used for employees that are considered contractors and that perform construction operations related to the laying, relaying, and maintenance of railroad track. Work that is commonly done includes, but is not limited to, the laying of rock, ballast on the grade, the laying or relaying of ties and track, the installation […]

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Class Code 7538

Class code 7538 is used for employees that perform electric light or power line construction work, including drivers. This classification is all-inclusive and will cover personnel performing a variety of work such as the setting of poles or towers, the overhead stringing of cables or high tension wire, the installation of circuit breakers and transformers […]

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Class Code 6400

Class code 6400 is used for employees that install, erect, or repair fencing of all types. This would include metal fencing like chain link, woven wire, wrought iron, barbed wire, etc, wood fencing, vinyl fencing, and even prefabricated concrete panel fencing installed by hand. Fencing may be temporary or permanent in nature, and even includes […]

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Class Code 6325

Class code 6325 is used for employees that perform conduit construction work, including drivers. This classification is all-inclusive, applying to all employees of a job. Examples of work that may be classified under 6325 includes the erection of railway signal systems, the installation of traffic signals and ornamental lights, and highway guard crossing systems. Commonly […]

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Class Code 6319

Class code 6319 is used for employees that perform all operations of gas main, steam main, and water main construction, as well as those who construct any related connections. This classification is all-inclusive and will cover workers performing a variety of work, including drivers. Contractors who meet the requirements of this class code may perform […]

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Class Code 6306

Class code 6306 is used for employees that perform all operations of sewer construction, including drivers. This classification is all-inclusive and will cover workers performing a variety of work specific to the installation of force main-type sewages and storm sewer lines (including the outfall), as well as concrete drain box, catch basin, and manhole construction. […]

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Class Code 6260

Class code 6260 is used for employees that perform all operations necessary for the construction of pneumatic tunnels. Because this is an all inclusive class code, the scope will cover lining operations, those who work under air pressure, and any other employee that is required to work in the tunnel or on connecting apparatuses. Generally, […]

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