Class Code: 9014
Per NCCI's Scopes Code Description:
Code 9014 applies to employers that primarily provide janitorial services for others. Janitorial services are defined as keeping a building clean by routine dusting; mopping, vacuuming, waxing, or polishing floors; emptying trash; cleaning or washing interior walls; and cleaning, sanitizing, and deodorizing restrooms. Code 9014 is also assigned to janitorial service companies that perform various types of maintenance or minor repair work for upkeep of a building. To qualify for Code 9014, maintenance or minor repair work must take place along with janitorial services that would ordinarily be assigned to Code 9014.
These maintenance or minor repair operations may include, but are not limited to, painting, cleaning windows, changing light bulbs, assisting occupants in the placement of furniture, replacing glass panes, clearing drains, and cleaning carpets. Code 9014 is not intended for a contractor such as a painter, plumber, electrician, carpenter, or “handyperson.” These employers must be assigned to the appropriate construction classifications. Code 9014 is not intended for heavy construction operations conducted by the janitorial risk. Operations such as new construction, structural alterations, or rewiring a building are considered beyond the scope of Code 9014 and are separately classified.
Code 9014 is assigned to specialty contractors who:
CROSS-REF. CHIMNEY CLEANING—RESIDENTIAL—NO CHIMNEY CLEANING ABOVE GROUND LEVEL & DRIVERS
(N/A MA, OR, TX)
|Applies to the cleaning of chimneys by the vacuum suction method from ground level. Chimney cleaning when performed above ground level to be separately rated as Code 9170. If verifiable records are not maintained, the entire payroll is assigned to the highest-rated classification that applies to the job or location where the chimney cleaning is performed.
Code 9014 applies to specialty contractors who perform residential chimney cleaning using vacuum suction equipment.
CROSS-REF. EXTERMINATOR & DRIVERS
(N/A AZ, FL, MA, TX)
|Includes termite control. Carpentry repair or use of poisonous gases to be separately rated.
Carpentry repair work or operations involving the use of poisonous gases are not included in Code 9014. Insect control operations involving the use of poisonous gases (fumigation) are assigned to Code 4828. Work, such as covering a structure with a material to retain the poisonous gas that has been pumped into a structure, is additionally included in Code 4828. Removal of the material upon completion of the fumigation work is also included under Code 4828.
Insect control work that involves removal and replacing of beams or other carpentry work directly related to insect control is assigned to Code 5403 or 5645 depending on the type of building involved.
Payroll division must be made with respect to individual employees who perform extermination, carpentry or fumigation work when the records of the employer disclose the correct allocation of the individual employee’s time.
CROSS-REF. FURNACE CLEANING—VACUUM SUCTION METHOD & DRIVERS
(N/A MA, TX)
Code 9014 applies to specialty contractors who perform residential furnace cleaning using vacuum suction equipment.
CROSS-REF. MOBILE POWER OR PRESSURE CLEANING SERVICE—NO POWER OR PRESSURE CLEANING ABOVE GROUND LEVEL & DRIVERS
(N/A MA, OR, TX)
|Applies to the cleaning of building exteriors, sidewalks, vehicles, and equipment using portable water or steam power cleaning systems. Power or pressure cleaning when performed above ground level to be separately rated as Code 9170. If verifiable records are not maintained, the entire payroll is assigned to the highest-rated classification that applies to the job or location where the power or pressure cleaning is performed. Power or pressure cleaning of roofs is separately rated to Code 5551.
The cleaning of building interiors, exteriors, sidewalks, vehicles, machinery, and equipment by means of a pressure spray from a portable tank or from a tank trunk are assigned to Code 9014. This procedure usually involves the use of a vehicle equipped with a tank (to hold water) and a small engine to generate higher pressure. The tank will be filled with water and the engine will generate high pressure.