Term Of The Day – General Exclusions
General Exclusions cover unique exposures. In Workers Compensation, most employees are assigned one classification code. Certain operations present a unique exposure to hazard that is not common or prevalent in most industries. Employees who are engaged in these activities must be assigned to a separate classification. These activities include the following:
- Aircraft operation — all members of the flying crew e.g., pilots, navigators, etc.
- New construction or alteration work (work that goes beyond facility maintenance or repair)
- Foundry operations
- Asbestos abatement
- Day care services if provided by the employer primarily for use by its employees’ dependents
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