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2501 - Umbrella Manufacturing

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NCCI Class Code 2501 - Umbrella Manufacturing

Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 - Umbrella Manufacturing

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What Is The Description Of The NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2501?

The description for the NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 - Umbrella Manufacturing is:

Includes wearing apparel, draperies, or household furnishings from textile fabrics. No mattress or box spring mfg. Applies to invisible textile weaving of wearing apparel. Applies to ladies' trimmed hats. Applies to shop operations. Applies to the mfg. of cotton, burlap, or gunny bags or sacks. Applies to the renovating or repairing of cotton, burlap, or gunny bags or sacks and includes sewing. Includes blowing, starting, or forming of hat shapes. Includes dressing of dolls. Indcludes drying. The installation, removal, or repair of awnings or tents away from the shop shall be classified - Awning erection. Unless payroll records are accurately maintained showing the amount of payroll expended for shop work, the entire payroll shall be assigned to - Awing Erection. The installation, removal, or repair of awnings, tents, or other canvas products away from the shop shall be classified as -Canvas Goods Erection. Unless payroll records are accurately maintained, showing the amount of payroll expended for shop work, the entire payroll shall be assigned to - Canvas Goods Erection..


What Are The Related General Liability Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2501?

The related GL Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 - Umbrella Manufacturing is:

51254 - Automobile, Bus or Truck Parts Manufacturing. - Passenger Restraining Devices
51896 - Clothing Manufacturing
51982 - Cotton Batting, Wadding or Waste Manufacturing
53631 - Fur Garment Manufacturing
56040 - Lamp Shade Manufacturing
56690 - Match Manufacturing
56699 - Mattress or Box Spring Manufacturing
57798 - Parachute Manufacturing
58822 - Sail Making
47367 - Sales or Service Organizations
59058 - Sign Manufacturing. - Other Than Electrical
59713 - Tent or Canopy Manufacturing
59722 - Textile Bleaching, Dyeing, Mercerizing, Printing, Finishing or Silk Screening - New Goods
59725 - Textile Products Manufacturing. - Fabricated
59726 - Textile Spinning, Weaving or Knitting Mills
59790 - Toys or Games Manufacturing
59889 - Umbrella or Cane Manufacturing

What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2501?

The related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 - Umbrella Manufacturing is:

Description for 3714 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing motor vehicle parts and accessories, but not engaged in manufacturing complete motor vehicles or passenger car bodies. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing or assembling complete automobiles and trucks are classified in Industry 3711; those manufacturing tires and tubes are classified in Industry 3011; those manufacturing automobile glass are classified in Major Group 32; those manufacturing automobile stampings are classified in Industry 3465; those manufacturing vehicular lighting equipment are classified in Industry 3647; those manufacturing ignition systems are classified in Industry 3694; those manufacturing storage batteries are classified in Industry 3691; and those manufacturing carburetors, pistons, piston rings, and engine intake and exhaust valves are classified in Industry 3592.

  • Air brakes, motor vehicle
  • Automotive wiring harness sets, except ignition
  • Axle housings and shafts, motor vehicle
  • Axles, motor vehicle
  • Ball joints, motor vehicle
  • Bearings, motor vehicle: except ball and roller
  • Brake drums
  • Brakes and brake parts, motor vehicle
  • Bumpers and bumperettes, motor vehicle
  • Camshafts, motor vehicle gasoline engine
  • Cleaners, air: motor vehicle
  • Connecting rods, motor vehicle: gasoline engine
  • Control equipment, motor vehicle: acceleration mechanisms and
  • Crankshaft assemblies, motor vehicle: gasoline engine
  • Cylinder heads, motor vehicle: gasoline engines
  • Defrosters, motor vehicle
  • Differentials and parts, motor vehicle
  • Directional signals, motor vehicle
  • Drive shafts, motor vehicle
  • Dump truck lifting mechanisms
  • Engines and parts, except diesel: motor vehicle
  • Exhaust systems and parts, motor vehicle
  • Fifth wheels
  • Filters: oil, fuel, and air-motor vehicle
  • Frames, motor vehicle
  • Fuel pumps, motor vehicle
  • Fuel systems and parts, motor vehicle
  • Gas tanks, motor vehicle
  • Gears, motor vehicle
  • Governors, motor vehicle
  • Heaters, motor vehicle
  • Hoods, motor vehicle
  • Horns, motor vehicle
  • Hydraulic fluid power pumps for auto motive steering mechanisms
  • Instrument board assemblies, motor vehicle
  • Lubrication systems and parts, motor vehicle
  • Manifolds, motor vehicle: gasoline engine
  • Motor vehicle gasoline engine rebuilding on a factory basis
  • Motor vehicle parts and accessories, except motor vehicle stampings
  • Mufflers, exhaust: motor vehicle
  • Oil filters, motor vehicle
  • Pipes, fuel: motor vehicle
  • Power transmission equipment, motor vehicle
  • Pumps, motor vehicle: oil, water, fuel, and power steering
  • Radiators and radiator shells and cores, motor vehicle
  • Rear axle housings, motor vehicle
  • Rebuilding motor vehicle gasoline engines and transmissions on a
  • Rims, wheel: motor vehicle
  • Sanders, motor vehicle safety
  • Shock absorbers, motor vehicle
  • Steering mechanisms, motor vehicle
  • Thermostats, motor vehicle
  • Third axle attachments or six wheel units for motor vehicles
  • Tie rods, motor vehicle
  • Tire valve cores
  • Tops, motor vehicle: except stamped metal
  • Transmission housings and parts, motor vehicle
  • Transmissions, motor vehicle
  • Universal joints, motor vehicle
  • Vacuum brakes, motor vehicle
  • Wheels, motor vehicle
  • Windshield frames, motor vehicle
  • Windshield wiper systems, all types
  • Winterfronts, motor vehicle
  • Wiring harness sets motor vehicles, except ignition
Description for 2331 Women' s, Misses' , and Juniors' Blouses and Shirts

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women' s, misses' , and juniors' blouses and shirts from purchased woven or knit fabrics. Knitting mills primarily engaged in manufacturing outerWear are classified in Industry 2253. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing girls' , children' s, and infants' blouses and shirts are classified in Industry 2361.

  • Blouses: women' s, misses' , and juniors'
  • Shirts, outerwear: women' s, misses' , and juniors'
  • Sweatshirts women' s, misses' , and juniors'
  • Tank tops, outerwear: women' s, misses' , and juniors

Description for 2389 Apparel and Accessories, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing suspenders, garters, handkerchiefs, and other apparel, not elsewhere classified, such as academic caps and gowns, vestments, and theatrical costumes. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing clothing by cutting and joining (for example, by adhesives) materials such as paper and non-woven textiles.

  • Arm bands, elastic
  • Band uniforms
  • Burial garments
  • Caps and gowns, academic
  • Costumes: e.g., lodge, masquerade, theatrical
  • Cummerbunds
  • Footlets
  • Garter belts
  • Garters
  • Gowns, hospital: surgical and patient
  • Gowns: academic, choir, clerical
  • Handkerchiefs, except paper
  • Prayer shawls
  • Regalia
  • Suspenders
  • Uniforms, band
  • Vestments, academic and clerical

Description for 3942 Dolls and Stuffed Toys

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dolls, doll parts, and doll clothing, except doll wigs. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing stuffed toys are also included in this industry. Doll Wigs are classified in Industry 3999.

  • Dolls, doll parts, and doll clothing: except wigs
  • Dolls, miniature: collectors'
  • Stuffed toys (including animals)
Description for 2353 Hats, Caps, and Millinery

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hats, caps, and millinery, and hat bodies. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing millinery trimmings are classified in Industry 2396. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hats and caps of paper are classified in Industry 2679; those manufacturing caps of rubber are classified in Industry 3069; those manufacturing caps of plastics are classified in Industry 3089; and those manufacturing fur hats are classified in Industry 2371.

  • Baseball caps, except plastics
  • Caps: textiles, straw, fur-felt, and wool-felt
  • Chauffeurs' hats and caps, cloth
  • Harvest hats, straw
  • Hat bodies fur-felt, straw, and wool-felt
  • Hats, trimmed
  • Hats textiles, straw, fur-felt, and wool-felt
  • Helmets, jungle-cloth: wool-lined
  • Millinery
  • Opera hats
  • Panama hats
  • Police hats and caps, except protective head gear
  • Uniform hats and caps, except protective head gear

Description for 2329 Men' s and Boys' Clothing, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men' s and boys' clothing, not elsewhere classified, from purchased woven or knit fabrics. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leather and sheep-lined garments are classified in Industry 2386. Knitting mills primarily engaged in manufacturing outerwear are classified in Industry 2253.

  • Athletic clothing men' s and boys'
  • Bathing suits: men' s and boys'
  • Coats, except tailored or work: men' s and boys'
  • Coats, oiled fabric and blanket-lined: men' s and boys'
  • Down-filled clothing: men' s and boys'
  • Feather-filled clothing: men' s and boys'
  • Field jackets, military
  • Gymnasium clothing men' s and boys'
  • Hunting coats and vests men' s
  • Jackets, non-tailored except work men' s and boys'
  • Jackets, sport, non-tailored men' s and boys'
  • Knickers, dress (separate): men' s and boys'
  • Lumber jackets men' s and boys'
  • Mackinaws: men' s and boys'
  • Melton jackets men' s and boys'
  • Pants, athletic and gymnasium men' s and boys'
  • Pants, men' s and boys' : sweats athletic, gymnasium, ski, and
  • Riding clothes men' s and boys'
  • Shirt and slack suits, non-tailored men' s and boys'
  • Shorts, outerwear men' s and boys'
  • Ski suits: men' s and boys'
  • Sports clothing, non-tailored men' s and boys'
  • Suits, men' s and boys' : warm-up, jogging, snow, and ski
  • Sweater jackets men' s and boys'
  • Sweater vests: men' s and boys'
  • Sweaters men' s and boys'
  • Swimsuits men' s and boys'
  • Swimwear, men' s and boys'
  • Uniforms, athletic and gymnasium: men' s and boys'
  • Vests, non-tailored including sweater-men' s and boys'
  • Windbreakers men' s and boys'

Description for 2326 Men' s and Boys' Work Clothing

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men' s and boys' work shirts, workpants (excluding jeans and dungarees), other work clothing, and washable service apparel. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing separate trousers and slacks are classified in Industry 2325.

  • Aprons, work, except rubberized and plastics men' s
  • Coveralls, work: men' s and boys'
  • Industrial garments: men' s and boys'
  • Jackets, overall and work men' s and boys'
  • Laboratory coats: men' s
  • Medical uniforms, men' s
  • Overall jackets: men' s and boys'
  • Overalls, work men' s and boys'
  • Pants, work, except jeans and dungarees men' s and boys'
  • Service apparel, washable men' s
  • Shirts, work: men' s and boys'
  • Suits, work: men' s
  • Uniforms, non-tailored work type: men' s
  • Uniforms, work: men' s
  • Work garments, waterproof, men' s and boys' : except raincoats
  • Workpants, except jeans and dungarees men' s and boys'

Description for 2323 Men' s and Boys' Neckwear

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men' s and boys' neckties, scarves, and mufflers from purchased woven or knit fabrics. Knitting mills primarily engaged in manufacturing neckties, scarves, and mufflers are classified in Industry 2253.

  • Ascots: men' s and boys'
  • Bow ties: men' s and boys'
  • Mufflers: men' s and boys'
  • Neckties: men' s and boys'
  • Scarves: men' s and boys'
  • Ties, handsewn

Description for 2321 Men' s and Boys' Shirts, Except Work Shirts

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men' s and boys' shirts (including polo and sport shirts) from purchased woven or knit fabrics. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing work shirts are classified in Industry 2326. Knitting mills primarily engaged in manufacturing outerwear are classified in Industry 2253.

  • Blouses, boys'
  • Collars, men' s and boys'
  • Flannel shirts, except work shirts: men' s, youths' , and boys'
  • Polo shirts: men' s and boys'
  • Shirts, outerwear; except work shirts: men' s and boys'
  • Sport shirts: men' s and boys'
  • Sweatshirts: men' s and boys'
  • Tank tops: men' s and boys'
  • Uniform shirts, except athletic or work: men' s and boys'

Description for 2591 Drapery Hardware and Window Blinds and Shades

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing curtain and drapery rods, poles, and fixtures; and venetian blinds and other window blinds and shades, except of canvas. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing canvas shades and awnings are classified in Industry 2394.

  • Blinds venetian
  • Blinds vertical
  • Curtain rods, poles, and fixtures
  • Drapery rods, poles, and fixtures
  • Porch shades, wood slat
  • Shade pulls, window
  • Shades, window: except canvas
  • Window shade rollers and fittings

Description for 2393 Textile Bags

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing shipping and other industrial bags from purchased fabrics. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics bags are classified in Industry 2673; those manufacturing laundry, wardrobe, shoe, and other textile house furnishing bags are classified in Industry 2392; and those manufacturing luggage are classified in Industry 3161.

  • Bags and containers, textile: except sleeping bags insulated or
  • Bags, textile: including canvas except laundry, garment, and
  • Duffel bags, canvas
  • Flour bags, fabric
  • Knapsacks, canvas
  • Tea bags, fabric

Description for 2371 Fur Goods

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fur coats, and other clothing, accessories, and trimmings made of fur. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sheep-lined clothing are classified in Industry 2386, and those engaged in dyeing and dressing of furs are classified in Industry 3999.

  • Apparel, fur
  • Capes, fur
  • Caps, fur
  • Clothing, fur
  • Coat linings, fur
  • Coats, fur
  • Fur finishers and liners for the fur goods trade: buttonhole making
  • Fur plates and trimmings
  • Glazing furs
  • Glove linings, fur
  • Hats, fur
  • Jackets, fur
  • Mounting heads on fur neckpieces

Description for 2392 House furnishing, Except Curtains and Draperies

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing house furnishings, such as blankets, bedspreads, sheets, table cloths, towels, and shower curtains from purchased materials. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing curtains and draperies are classified in Industry 2391. Establishments producing house furnishings primarily of fabric woven at the same establishment are classified in Industries 2211, 2221, 2231, or 2299 according to fiber.

  • Bags, garment storage: except paper or plastics film
  • Bags, laundry
  • Bath mitts (washcloths)
  • Bedspreads and bed sets
  • Blanket bags, plastic
  • Blankets
  • Boat cushions
  • Bridge sets (cloths and napkins)
  • Chair covers, cloth
  • Chair pads, except felt
  • Comforters or comfortables
  • Curtains, shower
  • Cushions, except spring and carpet cushions
  • Dishcloths, non-woven textile
  • Dust cloths
  • Dusters, fabric
  • Dusting cloths, plain
  • Hassocks, textile
  • House furnishings, except curtains and draperies
  • Ironing board pads
  • Linings, carpet: textile, except felt
  • Lunch cloths
  • Mattress pads
  • Mattress protectors, except rubber
  • Mops, floor and dust
  • Napkins, fabric and non-woven textiles
  • Pads and padding, table: except asbestos, felt, rattan, reed, and
  • Pillow cases
  • Pillows, bed
  • Placemats, plastics and textiles
  • Polishing cloths, plain
  • Quilts
  • Scarves: e.g., table, dresser
  • Sheets, fabric
  • Sheets, hospital: non-woven textile
  • Shoe bags
  • Slipcovers: made of fabrics, plastics and other material except paper
  • Table mats, plastics and textiles
  • Table cloths, plastics
  • Table cloths
  • Towels, fabric and non-woven textiles
  • Wardrobe bags
  • Washcloths

Description for 2399 Fabricated Textile Products, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabricated textile products, not elsewhere classified.

  • Aprons, breast (harness)
  • Badges, made from fabric
  • Bags, sleeping
  • Bandoleers
  • Banners, made from fabric
  • Belting, fabric
  • Belts, money: made of any material
  • Blankets, horse
  • Cheese bandages
  • Covers, automobile tire and seat
  • Diapers, except disposable
  • Emblems, made from fabrics
  • Fishing nets
  • Flags, fabric
  • Glove mending on factory basis
  • Hammocks, fabric
  • Insignia, military: textile
  • Nets, launderers' and dyers'
  • Parachutes
  • Pennants
  • Powder puffs and mitts
  • Saddle cloths
  • Safety strap assemblies, automobile: except leather
  • Seat belts, automobile and aircraft: except leather
  • Strap assemblies, tie down: aircraft - except leather
  • Welts

Description for 2394 Canvas and Related Products

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing awnings, tents, and related products from purchased fabrics. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing canvas bags are classified in Industry 2393.

  • Air cushions, canvas
  • Awnings, fabric
  • Canopies, fabric
  • Canvas products, except bags and knapsacks
  • Cloths, drop: fabric
  • Covers, fabric
  • Curtains: dock and welding
  • Liners and covers, fabric: pond, pit, and landfill
  • Pneumatic mattresses
  • Sails
  • Shades, canvas
  • Swimming pool covers and blankets, fabric
  • Tarpaulins, fabric
  • Tents

Description for 3993 Signs and Advertising Specialties

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical, mechanical, cutout, or plate signs and advertising displays, including neon signs, and advertising specialties. Sign painting shops doing business on a custom basis are classified in Services, Industry 7389. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric signal equipment are classified in Industry 3669, and those manufacturing commercial lighting fixtures are classified in Industry 3646.

  • Advertising displays, except printed
  • Advertising specialties
  • Cutouts and displays, window and lobby
  • Displays, paint process
  • Electrical signs and advertising displays
  • Letters for signs, metal
  • Name plates, metal: except e.g., engraved, etched, chased
  • Neon signs
  • Scoreboards, electric
  • Signs, not made in custom sign painting shops
Description for 2269 Finishers of Textiles, Not elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in dyeing and finishing textiles, not elsewhere classified, such as bleaching, dyeing, printing, and finishing of raw stock, yarn, braided goods, and narrow fabrics, except wool and knit fabrics. These establishments perform finishing operations on purchased textiles or on a commission basis.

  • Bleaching raw stock, yarn, and narrow fabrics: except knit and wool
  • Braided goods, except wool: bleaching, dyeing, printing, and other
  • Cloth mending, except wool: for the trade
  • Dyeing raw stock, yarn, and narrow fabrics: except knit and wool
  • Embossing linen broadwoven fabrics
  • Finishing of raw stock, yarn, and narrow fabrics: except knit and
  • Gassing yarn
  • Labels, cotton: printed
  • Linen fabrics: dyeing, finishing, and printing
  • Mercerizing yarn, braided goods, and narrow fabrics: except knit and
  • Mill enders, contract: cotton, silk, and manmade fiber
  • Printing narrow fabrics, except knit and wool

Description for 2391 Curtains and Draperies

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing curtains and draperies from purchased materials. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing lace curtains on lace machines are classified in Industry 2258, and those manufacturing shower curtains are classified in Industry 2392.

  • Cottage sets (curtains)
  • Curtains, window
  • Draperies, plastics and textile

Description for 2299 Textile goods, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile goods, not elsewhere classified, including linen goods, jute goods, felt goods, padding and upholstery filling and processed waste and recovered fibers and flock. Establishments primarily engaged in processing textile fibers to prepare them for spinning, such as wool scouring and carbonizing and combing and converting tow to top, are also classified here. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing woven wool felts and wool haircloth are classified in Industry 2231, and those manufacturing needle punch carpeting are classified in Industry 2273 . Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing embroideries are classified in Industry Group 239. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing lace goods are classified in Industry 2258. Establishments primarily engaged in sorting wiping rags or waste are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry 5093.

  • Apparel filling: cotton mill waste, kapok, and related materials
  • Bagging, jute: made in jute weaving mills
  • Batts and batting cotton mill waste, kapok, and related materials
  • Burlap, jute
  • Carbonized rags
  • Coir yarns and roving
  • Crash, linen
  • Fabrics: linen, jute, hemp, ramie
  • Felt goods, except woven felts and hats: wool, hair, jute, or other
  • Felts, pressed or needle loom
  • Fibers, textile: recovery from textile mill waste and rags
  • Flax yarns and roving
  • Flock (recovered textile fibers)
  • Garnetting of textile waste and rags
  • Grease, wool
  • Hair, curled: for upholstery, pillow, and quilt filling
  • Handwoven fabrics
  • Hemp yarn, thread, roving, and textiles
  • Linings, carpet: felt except woven
  • Mats, felt: except woven
  • Narrow woven fabrics: linen, jute, hemp, and ramie
  • Noils, wool and mohair
  • Oakum
  • Packing, twisted jute
  • Padding and wadding, textile
  • Pads and padding, felt: except woven
  • Pads, fiber: henequen, sisal, istle
  • Pillow filling: curled hair (e.g., cotton waste, moss, hemp tow,
  • Pipe and boiler covering, felt
  • Polishing felts, except woven
  • Preparing textile fibers for spinning (scouring and combing)
  • Pressed felts
  • Processing of textile mill waste and recovering fibers
  • Punched felts
  • Quilt filling: curled hair (e.g., cotton waste, moss, hemp tow, kapok)
  • Ramie yarn, thread, roving, and textiles
  • Rayon tops, combing and converting
  • Recovering textile fibers from clippings and rags
  • Roves, flax and jute
  • Rug backing, jute or other fiber
  • Slubs and nubs (cutting up fibers for use in tweeds)
  • Textile mills: linen, jute, hemp, and ramie yarn, thread, and fabrics
  • Thread: linen, hemp, and ramie
  • Tops, combing and converting
  • Tops, manmade fiber
  • Tow to top mills
  • Towels and towelings, linen and linen-and-cotton mixtures-mitse
  • Trimming felts, except woven
  • Upholstery filling, textile
  • Wads and wadding, textile
  • Webbing, jute
  • Wool felts, pressed or needle loom
  • Wool scouring and carbonizing
  • Wool shoddy
  • Wool tops, combing and converting
  • Wool waste processing
  • Yarn, specialty and novelty
  • Yarn: flax, jute, hemp, and ramie
  • Yarn: metallic, ceramic, or paper fibers

Description for 3999 Manufacturing Industries, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous fabricated products, including beauty shop and barber shop equipment; hair work; tobacco pipes and cigarette holders; coin-operated amusement machines; matches; candles; lamp shades; feathers; artificial trees and flowers made from all materials, except glass; dressed and dyed furs; umbrellas, parasols, and canes; and other articles, not elsewhere classified.

  • Advertising curtains
  • Amusement machines. coin-operated: except coin-operated
  • Artificial and preserved flowers, foliage, fruits, and vines: except
  • Artificial flower arrangements
  • Atomizers, other than medical
  • Badges for policemen and firemen-metal
  • Barber shop equipment
  • Barbers' clippers, hand and electric
  • Beach umbrellas
  • Beaded novelties
  • Beads, unassembled
  • Beauty shop equipment
  • Beekeeping supplies, except wood
  • Bone novelties
  • Book matches
  • Boutiquing: for the trade (decorating gift items)
  • Bric-a-brac
  • Bristles, dressing of
  • Burnt wood articles
  • Buttons: Red Cross, union, and identification
  • Calendars, framed
  • Candles
  • Canes and cane trimmings, except precious metal
  • Chairs, hydraulic: barber and beauty shop
  • Christmas tree ornaments, except electrical and glass
  • Christmas trees, artificial
  • Cigar and cigarette holders
  • Cigarette filters, not made in chemical plants
  • Cigarette lighter flints
  • Cleaners, pipe and cigarette holder
  • Combs, except hard rubber
  • Curlers, hair: designed for beauty parlors
  • Curls, artificial (hair)
  • Decalcomania work, except on china or glass: for the trade
  • Desk pads, except paper
  • Doll wigs
  • Down (feathers)
  • Dressing of furs: bleaching, blending, currying, scraping, and tanning
  • Driers, hair: designed for beauty parlors
  • Dusters, feather
  • Embroidery kits
  • Feathers: curling, dyeing, and renovating for the trade
  • Figures, wax: mannikins
  • Fingerprint equipment, except cameras and optical equipment
  • Fire extinguishers, portable
  • Flocking metal products for the trade
  • Fly swatters
  • Forms: display, dress, and show except shoe display forms
  • Frames and handles, handbag and luggage: except precious metal
  • Fruits, artificial, except glass
  • Fur stripping
  • Furniture, beauty shop and barber shop
  • Furs, dressed: bleached, curried, scraped, tanned, and dyed
  • Games, coin-operated: pinball and other
  • Globes, geographical
  • Gold stamping for the trade, except books
  • Glass
  • Grenades, hand (fire extinguishers)
  • Grinding purchased nut shells
  • Hair clippers for human use, hand and electric
  • Hair goods: braids, nets, switches, toupees, and wigs
  • Hair, dressing of, for the trade
  • Hairpin mountings
  • Hat blocks and display forms
  • Honeycomb foundations (beekeepers' supplies)
  • Hosiery kits, sewing and mending
  • Identification plates
  • Identification tags, except paper
  • Lamp shade frames
  • Lamp shades: except metal and glass
  • Lighters, cigar and cigarette: except precious metal and electric
  • Mannikins and display forms
  • Marionettes (puppets)
  • Massage machines, electric: designed for beauty and barber shops
  • Matches and match books
  • Military insignia, except textile
  • Models, except toy and hobby
  • Mosaics: ivory, shell, horn, and bone
  • Mountings, comb and hairpin: except precious metal
  • Music boxes
  • Musical chests
  • Novelties: bone, beaded, and shell
  • Pads, permanent waving
  • Painting instrument dials, for the trade
  • Parasols and frames: handles, parts, and trimmings-except precious
  • Pelts: scraping, currying, tanning, bleaching, and dyeing
  • Permanent wave equipment and machines
  • Picture plaques, laminated
  • Pipes, pipe stems, and bib: tobacco-except hard rubber
  • Plaques, picture: laminated
  • Plumes, feather
  • Preparation of slides and exhibits, for classroom use
  • Printing eyeglass frames for the trade
  • Puppets
  • Scenery for theaters, opera houses halls, and schools
  • Sewing kits, novelty: other than sewing cases and cabinets
  • Shades, lamp and candle: except glass and metal
  • Shell novelties
  • Shoe patterns
  • Slot machines
  • Smokers, bee (beekeepers' supplies)
  • Soap dispensers
  • Sponges, bleaching and dyeing of
  • Stage hardware and equipment, except lighting equipment
  • Stereographs, photographic
  • Sterilizers, beauty and barber shop
  • Straw goods
  • Stringing beads for the trade
  • Tape measures
  • Tear gas devices and equipment
  • Tinsel
  • Transformations, hair
  • Treating clock and watch dials with luminous material
  • Trees, Christmas, artificial
  • Trimmings, feather
  • Umbrellas and parts, except precious metal
  • Umbrellas: beach, garden, and wagon
  • Veils made of hair
  • Vibrators, electric: designed for beauty and barber shops
  • Walnut shell flour
  • Wigs, including doll wigs, toupees, or wiglets, except custom made
  • Wind chimes
  • Wool pulling
  • Wreaths, artificial

What Are The Related California Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2501?

The related CA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 is:

2576 - Awning, Tarp or Canvas Goods Manufacturing
2501 - Clothing Manufacturing
2852 - Window Blind Manufacturing. or Assembly
2571 - Pillow, Quilt, Comforter or Cushion Manufacturing
4295 - Printing - Screen Printing - All Other Employees

What Are The Related Delaware Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2501?

The related DE Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 is:

0166 - Canvas or Burlap Products Manufacturing
0161 - Apparel Manufacturing
0163 - Textile Products Manufacturing., NOC
0191 - Temporary - Apparel Manufacturing. Staff
0139 - Dyeing, Mercerizing or Finishing

What Are The Related Michigan Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2501?

The related MI Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 is:

2576 - Awning or Tent Manufacturing. - Shop Only
2501 - Canvas Goods Manufacturing Lightweight
4299 - Printing

What Are The Related New York Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2501?

The related NY Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 is:

2576 - Awning or Tent Manufacturing. - Shop Only
2501 - Clothing Manufacturing
2553 - Furnishing Goods Manufacturing. NOC - From Textile Fabrics
2578 - Bag or Sack Manufacturing. - Cloth
2571 - Pillow, Quilt or Cushion Manufacturing
2413 - Textile Bleaching, Dyeing, Mercerizing, Finishing

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2501?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 is:

0166 - Canvas or Burlap Products Manufacturing
0161 - Apparel Manufacturing
0163 - Textile Products Manufacturing., NOC
0191 - Temporary - Apparel Manufacturing. Staff
0139 - Dyeing, Mercerizing or Finishing

Workers Compensation Class Code 2501 - The Bottom Line

The NCCI Workers Comp Class Code for Umbrella Manufacturing is 2501.

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Get useful tips and information about how much commercial insurance costs, small business risks and exposures, how insurance regulations effect your businesses' and detailed descriptions of coverages and exclusions and more. Most small businesses need to buy the following four types of insurance at a minimum to cover their operations from every day risks:

Property Insurance: This policy covers a business if the property used in the business is damaged or stolen as the result of common perils like fire or theft. Commercial property insurance covers the buildings, structures and also business personal property - which includes furniture, inventory, raw materials, machinery, computers and other items.

Liability Insurance: Any company can be sued. Slip-and fall lawsuits are very common and be costly. Customers can claim you injured them or damaged their property - and lawsuits are very expensive. Commercial liability insurance pays damages and can include attorney's fees and other legal expenses. It also ca pay for the medical bills of injured third parties

Commercial Auto Insurance: For vehicles owned by the business. Commercial auto insurance pays bodily injury or property damage costs for which the business is found liable - up the the policy limits for liability and property damage.

Workers Compensation Insurance: In almost every state employers must provide workers comp when there are W2 employees. Workers compensation pays for the medical care of employees and can replace a portion of lost wages - regardless of who was at fault for the injuries.