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NCCI Class Code 3632 - Machine Shop NOC

Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 - Machine Shop NOC

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The NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 - Machine Shop NOC. Learn more about Workers Comp Class Code 3632 and its related General Liability, NAICS, and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3632?

The description for the NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 - Machine Shop NOC is:

No work on vehicles. Applies to operations involving the repair of parts that have been removed from the vehicle by others. Includes incidental "nosing in." Not cartridge or shell case mfg. Other than maintenance machine shop..



What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3632?

The related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 - Machine Shop NOC is:

Description for 3728 Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment, not elsewhere classified. This industry also includes establishments owned by manufacturers of aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment and primarily engaged in research and development on aircraft parts, whether from enterprise funds or on a contract or fee basis. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing or assembling complete aircraft are classified in Industry 3721; those manufacturing aircraft engines and parts are classified in Industry 3724; those manufacturing aeronautical instruments are classified in Industry 3812; those manufacturing aircraft engine electrical (aeronautical electrical) equipment are classified in Industry 3694; and those manufacturing guided missile and space vehicle parts and auxiliary equipment are classified in Industry 3769. Establishments not owned by manufacturers of aircraft parts but primarily engaged in research and development on aircraft parts on a contract or fee basis are classified in Services, Industry 8731.

  • Adapter assemblies, hydromatic propeller
  • Ailerons, aircraft
  • Aircraft armament, except guns
  • Aircraft arresting device system
  • Aircraft assemblies, subĂ„assemblies, and parts, except engines
  • Aircraft body assemblies and parts
  • Aircraft power transmission equipment
  • Aircraft propeller parts
  • Airframe assemblies, except for guided missiles
  • Airplane brake expanders
  • Alighting assemblies (landing gear), aircraft Beaching gear, aircraft
  • Blades, aircraft propeller: metal or wood
  • Bomb racks, aircraft
  • Brakes, aircraft
  • Chaffing dispensers, aircraft
  • Countermeasure dispensers, aircraft
  • Deicing equipment, aircraft
  • Dive brakes, aircraft
  • Dusting and spraying equipment, aircraft
  • Dynetric balancing stands, aircraft
  • Elevators, aircraft
  • Empennage (tail) assemblies and parts aircraft
  • Fins, aircraft
  • Flaps, aircraft wing
  • Fuel tanks, aircraft: including self-sealing
  • Fuselage assemblies, aircraft
  • Gears, power transmission: aircraft
  • Governors, aircraft propeller feathering
  • Hubs, aircraft propeller
  • Instrument panel mockups: aircraft training units
  • Landing gear, aircraft
  • Landing skis and tracks, aircraft
  • Link trainers (aircraft training mechanisms)
  • Nacelles, aircraft
  • Oleo struts, aircraft
  • Oxygen systems for aircraft
  • Panel assemblies (hydromatic propeller test stands), aircraft
  • Pontoons, aircraft
  • Propeller alining tables
  • Propellers, variable and fixed pitch and parts-aircraft
  • Pumps, propeller feathering
  • Refueling equipment, airplane: for use in night
  • Research and development on aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment
  • Roto-blades for helicopters
  • Rudders, aircraft
  • Seat ejector devices, aircraft
  • Spinners, aircraft propeller
  • Stabilizers, aircraft
  • Target drones, aircraft
  • Targets, trailer type: aircraft
  • Tow targets, aircraft
  • Training aids, aircraft: except electronic
  • Transmissions, aircraft
  • Turret test fixtures, aircraft
  • Turrets and turret drives, aircraft
  • Wheels, aircraft
  • Wing assemblies and parts, aircraft
Description for 3582 Commercial Laundry, Drycleaning, and Pressing Machines

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laundry and drycleaning equipment and pressing machines for commercial and industrial use. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household laundry equipment, including coin-operated washers and dryers, are classified in Industry 3633.

  • Drycleaning equipment and machinery, commercial
  • Dryers, laundry: commercial, including coin-operated
  • Extractors and driers, commercial laundry
  • Feather cleaning and sterilizing machinery
  • Ironers, commercial laundry and dry-cleaning
  • Laundry machinery and equipment, commercial, including
  • Pressing machines, commercial laundry and drycleaning
  • Rug cleaning, drying, and napping machines: commercial laundry
  • Washing machines, laundry: commercial, including coin-operated

Description for 7539 Automotive Repair Shops, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in specialized automotive repair, not elsewhere classified, such as fuel service (carburetor repair), brake relining, front-end and wheel alignment, and radiator repair. Establishments primarily engaged in automotive welding are classified in Industry 7692.

  • Air-conditioner repair, automotive
  • Automotive springs, rebuilding and repair
  • Axle straightening, automotive
  • Brake linings, sale and installation
  • Brake repairing, automotive
  • Carburetor repair
  • Electrical service, automotive (battery and ignition repair)
  • Frame repair shops, automotive
  • Front end repair, automotive
  • Fuel system conversion, automotive
  • Fuel system repair, automotive
  • Generator and starter repair, automotive
  • Radiator repair shops, automotive
  • Wheel alignment, automotive
Description for 7538 General Automotive Repair Shops

Establishments primarily engaged in general automotive repair. Establishments primarily engaged in industrial truck repair are classified in Industry 7699.

  • Automotive repair shops, general
  • Diesel engine repair, automotive
  • Engine repair, automotive
  • Engine repair, truck: except industrial
  • Garages, general automotive repair and service
  • Motor repair, automotive
  • Truck engine repair, except industrial
Description for 3731 Ship Building and Repairing

Establishments primarily engaged in building and repairing ships, barges, and lighters, whether self-propelled or towed by other craft. This industry also includes the conversion and alteration of ships and the manufacture of off-shore oil and gas well drilling and production platforms (whether or not self-propelled). Establishments primarily engaged in fabricating structural assemblies or components for ships, or subcontractors engaged in ship painting, joinery, carpentry work, and electrical wiring installation, are classified in other industries.

  • Barges, building and repairing
  • Cargo vessels, building and repairing
  • Combat ships, building and repairing
  • Crew boats, building and repairing
  • Dredges, building and repairing
  • Drilling and production platforms, floating, oil and gas
  • Drydocks, floating
  • Ferryboats, building and repairing
  • Fireboats, building and repairing
  • Fishing vessels, large: seiners and trawlers-building and repairing
  • Hydrofoil vessels
  • Landing ships, building and repairing
  • Lighters, marine: building and repairing
  • Lighthouse tenders, building and repairing
  • Marine rigging
  • Naval ships, building and repairing
  • Offshore supply boats, building and repairing
  • Passenger-cargo vessels, building and repairing
  • Patrol boats, building and repairing
  • Radar towers, floating
  • Sailing vessels, commercial: building and repairing
  • Scows, building and repairing
  • Seiners, building and repairing
  • Shipbuilding and repairing
  • Submarine tenders, building and repairing
  • Tankers (ships), building and repairing
  • Tenders (ships), building and repairing
  • Towboats, building and repairing
  • Transport vessels, passenger and troop: building and repairing
  • Trawlers, building and repairing
  • Tugboats, building and repairing
Description for 3599 Industrial and Commercial Machinery and Equipment, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery and equipment and parts, not elsewhere classified, such as amusement park equipment and flexible metal hose and tubing. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in producing or repairing machinery and equipment parts, not elsewhere classified, on a job or order basis for others. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing motor vehicle engine filters are classified in Industry 3714, and those manufacturing coin-operated amusement machines are classified in Industry 3999.

  • Amusement rides for carnivals
  • Bellows, industrial: metal
  • Boiler tube cleaners
  • Carousels (merry-go-rounds)
  • Catapults
  • Chemical milling job shops
  • Cleaners, boiler tube
  • Crankshaft and camshaft machining
  • Cups, oil and grease: metal
  • Electrical discharge machining (EDM)
  • Fan forges
  • Ferris wheels
  • Filters, internal combustion engine: oil, gasoline, air intake, except
  • Grinding castings for the trade
  • Hose, flexible metallic
  • Leak detectors, water
  • Machine shops, jobbing and repair
  • Propellers, ship and boat: machined
  • Riddles, sand (hand sifting or screening apparatus)
  • Sludge tables
  • Swage blocks
  • Ties, form: metal
  • Tubing, flexible metallic
  • Weather vanes

Description for 3541 Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Types

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal cutting type machine tools, not supported in the hands of an operator when in use, that shape metal by cutting or use of electrical techniques; the rebuilding of such machine tools, and the manufacture of replacement parts for them. Also included in this industry are metalworking machine tools designed primarily for home workshops. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of electric and gas welding and soldering equipment are classified in Industry 3548, and those manufacturing portable power-driven handtools are classified in Industry 3546.

  • Automatic chucking machines
  • Boring machine tools, metalworking
  • Boring mills
  • Boring, drilling, and milling machine combinations
  • Broaching machines
  • Brushing machines (metalworking machinery)
  • Buffing and polishing machines (machine tools)
  • Burnishing machines (machine tools)
  • Centering machines
  • Chemical milling machines
  • Countersinking machines
  • Cutoff machines (metalworking machinery)
  • Cutting machines, pipe (machine tools)
  • Cylinder reboring machines
  • Deburring machines
  • Diesinking machines
  • Drill presses (machine tools)
  • Drilling machine tools (metal cutting)
  • Duplicator, machine tools
  • Electrical discharge erosion machines
  • Electrical discharge grinding machines
  • Electrochemical milling machines
  • Electrolytic metal cutting machine tools
  • Electron-discharge metal cutting machine tools
  • Facing machines
  • Filing machines, metal (machine tools)
  • Flange facing machines
  • Gear chamfering machines (machine tools)
  • Gear cutting and finishing machines
  • Gear tooth grinding machines (machine tools)
  • Grinding machines, metalworking
  • Grooving machines (machine tools)
  • Home workshop machine tools, metalworking
  • Honing and lapping machines
  • Jig boring machines
  • Jig grinding machines
  • Keyseating machines (machine tools)
  • Lapping machines
  • Lathes, metal cutting
  • Machine tool replacement and repair parts, metal cutting types
  • Machine tools, metal cutting: e.g., exotic, chemical, explosive
  • Metal polishing lathes
  • Milling machines (machine tools)
  • Pipe cutting and threading machines (machine tools)
  • Planers, metal cutting
  • Plasma process metal cutting machines, except welding machines
  • Pointing, chamfering, and burring machines
  • Polishing machines (machine tools)
  • Reaming machines
  • Rebuilt machine tools, metal cutting types
  • Regrinding machines, crankshaft
  • Rifle working machines (machine tools)
  • Robots for drilling and cutting-machine type, metalworking
  • Robots for grinding, polishing, and deburring-metalworking
  • Sewing and cutoff machines (metalworking machinery)
  • Saws, power: metal cutting
  • Screw and nut slotting machines
  • Screw machines, automatic
  • Shapers and slotters, metal cutting
  • Shaving machines (metalworking)
  • Slotting machines (machine tools)
  • Tapping machines
  • Threading machines (machine tools)
  • Turning machines (lathes)
  • Turret lathes, metal cutting
  • Ultrasonic assisted grinding machines (metalworking)
  • Ultrasonic metal cutting machine tools
  • Valve grinding machines
  • Vertical turning and boring machines (metalworking)

Description for 3542 Machine Tools, Metal Forming Types

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal forming machine tools, not supported in the hands of an operator while in use, for pressing, hammering, extruding, shearing, die-casting, or otherwise forming metal into shape. This industry also includes the rebuilding of such machine tools and the manufacture of repair parts for them. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of electric and gas welding equipment and soldering equipment are classified in Industry 3548; those manufacturing portable power-driven handtools are classified in Industry 3546; and those manufacturing rolling mill machinery and equipment are classified in Industry 3547.

  • Arbor presses
  • Beaders, metal (machines)
  • Bending and forming machines
  • Brakes metal forming
  • Bulldozers, metalworking
  • Can making machines
  • Chemical explosives metal forming machines
  • Die-casting machines
  • Drop hammers, for forging and shaping metal
  • Elastic membrane metal forming machines
  • Electroforming machines
  • Extruding machines (machine tools), metal
  • Forging machinery and hammers
  • Hammers, power (forging machinery)
  • Headers
  • High energy rate metal forming machines
  • Knurling machines
  • Machine tools, metal forming types: including rebuilding
  • Magnetic forming machines
  • Mechanical-pneumatic or hydraulic metal forming machines
  • Metal deposit forming machines
  • Nail heading machines
  • Plasma jet spray metal forming machines
  • Presses: forming, stamping, punching, and shearing (machine tools)
  • Presses: hydraulic and pneumatic, mechanical and manual
  • Punching and shearing machines
  • Rebuilt machine tools, metal forming types
  • Riveting machines
  • Robots for metal forming: e.g., pressing, hammering, extruding
  • Shearing machines, power
  • Sheet metalworking machines
  • Shock wave metal forming machines
  • Spinning lathes
  • Spinning machines, metal
  • Spline rolling machines
  • Spring winding and forming machines
  • Stretching machines
  • Swaging machines
  • Thread rolling machines
  • Ultrasonically assisted metal forming machines
  • Upsetters (forging machines)

Description for 7699 Repair Shops and Related Services, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in specialized repair services, not elsewhere classified, such as bicycle repair; leather goods repair; lock and gun repair, including the making of lock parts or gun parts to individual order; musical instrument repair; septic tank cleaning; farm machinery repair; furnace cleaning; motorcycle repair; tank truck cleaning; taxidermists; tractor repair; and typewriter repair.

  • Agricultural equipment repair
  • Antique repair and restoration, except furniture and automotive
  • Awning repair shops
  • Beer pump coil cleaning and repair service
  • Bicycle repair shops
  • Binoculars and other optical goods repair
  • Blacksmith shops
  • Boiler cleaning
  • Boiler repair shops except manufacturing
  • Bowling pins, refinishing or repair
  • Camera repair shops
  • Catch basin cleaning
  • Cesspool cleaning
  • China firing and decorating to individual order
  • Cleaning and reglazing of baking pans
  • Cleaning bricks
  • Coppersmithing repair, except construction
  • Covering textile rolls
  • Dental instrument repair
  • Drafting instrument repair
  • Engine repair, except automotive
  • Farm machinery repair
  • Farriers (blacksmith shops)
  • Fire control (military) equipment repair
  • Furnace and chimney cleaning
  • Furnace cleaning service
  • Gas appliance repair service
  • Glazing and cleaning baking pans
  • Gun parts made to individual order
  • Gunsmith shops
  • Harness repair shops
  • Horseshoeing
  • Industrial truck repair
  • Key duplicating shops
  • Laboratory instrument repair, except electric
  • Lawnmower repair shops
  • Leather goods repair shops
  • Lock parts made to individual order
  • Locksmith shops
  • Luggage repair shops
  • Machinery cleaning
  • Mattress renovating and repair shops
  • Measuring and controlling instrument repair, mechanical
  • Medical equipment repair, except electric
  • Meteorological instrument repair
  • Microscope repair
  • Mirror repair shops
  • Motorcycle repair service
  • Musical instrument repair shops
  • Nautical and navigational instrument repair, except electric
  • Organ tuning and repair
  • Piano tuning and repair
  • Picture framing to individual order, not connected with retail art
  • Picture framing, custom
  • Pocketbook repair shops
  • Precision instrument repair
  • Rebabbitting
  • Reneedling work
  • Repair of optical instruments
  • Repair of photographic equipment
  • Repair of service station equipment
  • Repair of speedometers
  • Rug repair shops, not combined with cleaning
  • Saddlery repair shops
  • Scale repair service
  • Scientific instrument repair, except electric
  • Septic tank cleaning service
  • Sewer cleaning and rodding
  • Sewing machine repair shops
  • Sharpening and repairing knives, saws, and tools
  • Ship boiler and tank cleaning and repair-contractors
  • Ship scaling-contractors
  • Stove repair shops
  • Surgical instrument repair
  • Surveying instrument repair
  • Tank and boiler cleaning service
  • Tank truck cleaning service
  • Taxidermists
  • Tent repair shops
  • Thermostat repair
  • Tinsmithing repair, except construction
  • Tractor repair
  • Tuning of pianos and organs
  • Typewriter repair, including electric
  • Venetian blind repair shops
  • Window shade repair shops
Description for 3553 Woodworking Machinery

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery for sawmills, for making particleboard and similar products, and for otherwise working or producing wood products. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing handtools such as planes, axes, drawknives, and handsaws are classified in Industry Group 342, and those manufacturing portable power-driven handtools in Industry 3546.

  • Bandsaws, woodworking
  • Box making machines for wooden boxes
  • Cabinet makers' machinery
  • Furniture makers' machinery (woodworking)
  • Jointers (woodworking machines)
  • Lathes, wood turning: including accessories
  • Mortisers (woodworking machines)
  • Pattern makers' machinery (woodworking)
  • Planers, woodworking
  • Planing mill machinery
  • Presses, woodworking: particleboard, hardboard, medium density
  • Sanding machines, except portable floor sanders (woodworking
  • Sawmill machines
  • Saws, power: bench and table (woodworking machinery) except
  • Scarfing machines (woodworking machinery)
  • Shapers, woodworking machinery
  • Surfacers (woodworking machines)
  • Tenoners (woodworking machines)
  • Veneer mill machines
  • Venetian blind machines (woodworking machinery)
  • Woodworking machines

Description for 3469 Metal Stampings, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal stampings and spun products, not elsewhere classified, including porcelain enameled products. Products of this industry include household appliance housings and parts; cooking and kitchen utensils; and other nonautomotive job stampings.

  • Appliance parts, porcelain enameled
  • Ashcans, stamped and pressed metal
  • Ashtrays, stamped metal
  • Automobile license tags, stamped metal
  • Bottle openers, stamped metal
  • Capacitor and condenser cans and cases: stamped metal
  • Cash and stamp boxes, stamped metal
  • Chassis, radio and television: stamped metal
  • Cookers, pressure: stamped or drawn
  • Cooking ware, porcelain enameled
  • Electronic enclosures: stamped or pressed
  • Fins, tube: stamped metal
  • Floor tile, stamped metal
  • Furniture components, porcelain enameled
  • Garbage cans, stamped and pressed metal
  • Helmets, steel
  • Honeycombed metal
  • Household utensils, stamped and pressed metal
  • Housings for business machines, stamped metal
  • Ice cream dippers
  • Ironer parts, porcelain enameled
  • Kitchen utensils, porcelain enameled
  • Kitchen utensils, stamped and pressed metal
  • Lunch boxes, stamped metal
  • Machine parts, stamped and pressed metal
  • Mail boxes, except collection boxes
  • Pails, stamped and pressed metal: except tinned and shipping type
  • Pans, stamped and pressed metal: except tinned
  • Patterns on metal
  • Perforated metal, stamped
  • Perforating on light metal
  • Rigidizing metal
  • Spinning metal, for the trade
  • Stamping metal, for the trade
  • Store fronts, porcelain enameled
  • Stove parts, porcelain enameled
  • Table tops, porcelain enameled
  • Teakettles, except electric: stamped metal
  • Tool boxes, stamped metal
  • Utensils, metal, except cast: household, commercial, and hospital
  • Utensils, porcelain enameled: household, commercial, and hospital
  • Washing machine parts, porcelain enameled
  • Wastebaskets, stamped metal


What Are The Related California Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3632?

The related CA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 is:

3831 - Machine Shops - Aircraft Components
3632 - Machine Shops
3828 - Automobile or Automobile Truck Parts Rebuilding
3569 - Electric Motor Manufacturing. or Repair

What Are The Related Michigan Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3632?

The related MI Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 is:

3632 - Abbrasive Blasting Of Metal

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3632?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 is:

3632 - Machine Shop NOC
4771 - Explosives or Ammunition Manufacturing - NOC & Drivers

What Are The Related New York Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3632?

The related NY Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 is:

3632 - Machine Shop NOC

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3632?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 is:

0461 - Machine Shops
0815 - Automobile Service Centers
0441 - Manufacturing., NOC

Workers Compensation Class Code 3632 - The Bottom Line

The NCCI Workers Comp Class Code for Machine Shop NOC is 3632.

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