Class Code: 8803

Per NCCI's Scopes Code Description:

Code 8803’s phraseology does not include “Clerical.” Any nontraveling clerical office employees of risks providing the services described above for their clients are properly assigned to the appropriate clerical classification provided that these employees meet Basic Manual requirements for assignment of their payroll to the appropriate clerical class.

Since Code 8803 is not a standard exception, it may be applied to an insured’s operations as an additional basic classification when the conditions of Basic Manual Rule 1-D-3 are met. An example of this may occur when an insured is both in the business of selling computers and offering computer programming services to the public. If these programmers travel to customers’ locations to provide programming services and are otherwise qualified for assignment to Code 8803, this classification and the appropriate computer store classification are both applicable to the insured.

Please refer to Code 8742 for extraterritorial premium determination guidelines that may be applicable to insureds that have operations outside their headquarters’ state.

Related Operations Not Classified to Code 8803:

•    Refer to Code 8725 for inventory counting.
•    Code 8803 is not applicable to traveling clerical employees of business concerns such as banks, manufacturers, chain stores, restaurants, hotels, gasoline stations, etc., who perform clerical duties at their temporary location. These traveling clerical employees, sometimes referred to as “internal auditors,” may travel to various branches and remain at these branches for a period of several days or weeks, auditing or monitoring procedures at these locations. These employees are not classified to Code 8803 because their employers are not in the business of providing auditing or accounting services for others; they are assigned to the appropriate clerical classification.
•    Refer to Code 8723 for insurance company premium auditors.
•    Refer to Code 8810 for office clerical staff or internal auditors that travel to various sites and perform audits of their own business, not for others.
•    Refer to Code 8742 for employees engaged in outside sales or travel to client locations to solicit business or maintain accounts. Code 8742 is not applicable to auditors.

Rate per $100. of Renumeration: $ 0.04

Construction Exemption Required: No