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NCCI Class Code 5057 - Iron or Steel - Erection - NOC

Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 - Iron or Steel - Erection - NOC

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What Is The Description Of The NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 5057?

The description for the NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 - Iron or Steel - Erection - NOC is:

Iron or Steel - Erection - NOC.



What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 5057?

The related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 - Iron or Steel - Erection - NOC is:

Description for 7353 Heavy Construction Equipment Rental and Leasing

Establishments primarily engaged in renting or leasing (except finance leasing) heavy construction equipment, with or without operators. Establishments primarily engaged in finance leasing are classified in Finance, Industry 6159.

  • Bulldozer rental and leasing
  • Construction equipment, heavy: rental and leasing
  • Crane rental and leasing
  • Earth moving equipment rental and leasing
Description for 1796 Installation or Erection of Building Equipment, Not Elsewhere

Special trade contractors primarily engaged in the installation or erection of building equipment, not elsewhere classified, such as elevators, pneumatic tube systems, and dust collecting equipment. This industry also includes contractors primarily engaged in the installation or dismantling of machinery or other industrial equipment. Contractors primarily engaged in the construction of industrial incinerator, furnace, and oven structures are classified in Industry 1629.

  • Conveyor system installation-contractors
  • Dismantling of machinery and other industrial equipment-contractors
  • Dumbwaiter installation-contractors
  • Dust collecting equipment installation-contractors
  • Elevator installation, conversions and repair-contractors
  • Incinerator installation, small-contractors
  • Installation of machinery and other industrial equipment-contractors
  • Machine rigging-contractors
  • Millwrights
  • Pneumatic tube system installation-contractors
  • Power generating equipment installation-contractors
  • Revolving door installation-contractors
  • Vacuum cleaning systems, built-in-contractors

Description for 1791 Structural Steel Erection

Special trade contractors primarily engaged in the erection of structural steel and of similar products of prestressed or precast concrete.

  • Building front installation, metal-contractors
  • Concrete products, structural precast or prestressed: placing of-
  • Concrete reinforcement, placing of-contractors
  • Curtain wall installation-contractors
  • Elevator front installation, metal-contractors
  • Iron work, structural-contractors
  • Metal furring-contractors
  • Steel work, structural-contractors
  • Storage tanks, metal: erection-contractors
  • Store front installation, metal-contractors

Description for 1389 Oil and Gas Field Services, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in performing oil and gas field services, not elsewhere classified, for others on a contract or fee basis. Services included are excavating slush pits and cellars; gradings and building of foundations at well locations; well surveying; running, cutting, and pulling casings tubes, and rods; cementing wells; shooting wells; perforating well casings; acidizing and chemically treating wells; and cleaning out, bailing, and swabbing wells. Establishments which have complete responsibility for operating oil and gas wells for others on a contract or fee basis are classified according to the product extracted rather than as oil and gas field services. Establishments primarily engaged in hauling oil and gas field supplies and equipment are classified in Division E, Transportation and Public Utilities. Establishments primarily engaged in oil and gas field machine shop work are classified in Manufacturing, Industry 3599.

  • Acidizing wells on a contract basis
  • Bailing wells on a contract basis
  • Building oil and gas well foundations on a contract basis
  • Cementing oil and gas well casings on a contract basis
  • Chemically treating wells on a contract basis
  • Cleaning lease tanks, oil and gas field on a contract basis
  • Cleaning wells on a contract basis
  • Derrick building, repairing, and dismantling oil and gas-on a contract
  • Dismantling of oil well rigs (oil field service) on a contract basis
  • Erecting lease tanks, oil and gas field on a contract basis
  • Excavating slush pits and cellars on a contract basis
  • Fishing for tools, oil and gas field on a contract basis
  • Gas compressing natural gas at the field on a contract basis
  • Gas well rig building, repairing, and dismantling on a contract basis
  • Grading oil and gas well foundations on a contract basis
  • Hard banding service on a contract basis
  • Hot oil treating of oil field tanks on a contract basis
  • Hot shot service: on a contract basis
  • Hydraulic fracturing wells on a contract basis
  • Impounding and storing salt water in connection with petroleum
  • Lease tanks, oil and gas field: erecting, cleaning, and repairing-on a
  • Logging wells on a contract basis
  • Mud service, oil field drilling: on a contract basis
  • Oil sampling service for oil companies on a contract basis
  • Oil well logging on a contract basis
  • Perforating well casings on a contract basis
  • Pipe testing service, oil and gas field: on a contract basis
  • Plugging and abandoning wells on a contract basis
  • Pumping of oil and gas wells on a contract basis
  • Removal of condensate gasoline from field gathering lines: on a
  • Roustabout service: on a contract basis
  • Running, cutting, and pulling casings, tubes, and rods: oil and
  • Servicing oil and gas wells on a contract basis
  • Shooting wells on a contract basis
  • Shot-hole drilling service, oil and gas field: on a contract basis
  • Surveying wells on a contract basis, except seismographic
  • Swabbing wells: on a contract basis

Description for 1795 Wrecking and Demolition Work

Special trade contractors primarily engaged in the wrecking and demolition of buildings and other structures, except marine. They may or may not sell material derived from demolishing operations. Establishments primarily engaged in marine wrecking are classified in Transportation, Industry 4499.

  • Concrete breaking for streets and highways-contractors
  • Demolition of buildings or other structures, except marine-contractors
  • Dismantling steel oil tanks, except oil field work-contractors
  • Wrecking of buildings or other structures, except marine-contractors


What Are The Related NAICS Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 5057?

The related NAICS Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 - Iron or Steel - Erection - NOC is:

238990 - All Other Specialty Trade Contractors

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in specialized trades (except foundation, structure, and building exterior contractors; building equipment contractors; building finishing contractors; and site preparation contractors). The specialty trade work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs.

  • Artificial turf installation
  • Asphalt coating and sealing, residential and commercial parking lot and driveway
  • Asphalting, residential and commercial driveway and parking area
  • Billboard erection
  • Blacktop work, residential and commercial driveway and parking area
  • Boat lift installation
  • Brick driveway contractors
  • Brick paver (e.g., driveways, patios, sidewalks) installation
  • Cable splicing (except electrical or fiber optic)
  • Chain link fence installation
  • Cleaning building interiors during and immediately after construction
  • Cleaning new building interiors immediately after construction
  • Concrete patio construction
  • Concrete paving, residential and commercial driveway and parking area
  • Concrete sawing and drilling (except demolition)
  • Construction elevator (i.e., temporary use during construction) erection and dismantling
  • Crane rental with operator
  • Culvert, concrete, residential and commercial paved area
  • Curb and gutter construction, residential and commercial driveway and parking area, concrete
  • Driveway paving or sealing
  • Fence installation (except electronic containment fencing for pets)
  • Fencing contractors (except electronic containment fencing for pets)
  • Flagpole installation
  • House moving (i.e., raising from one site, moving, and placing on a new foundation)
  • Interlocking brick and block installation
  • Mail box units, outdoor, multiple box-type, erection
  • Manufactured (mobile) home set up and tie down
  • Parking lot paving and sealing
  • Patio construction
  • Paver, brick (e.g., driveway, patio, sidewalk), installation
  • Paving, residential and commercial driveway and parking lot
  • Playground equipment installation
  • Pole (e.g., telephone) removal
  • Posthole digging
  • Radon gas alleviation contractors
  • Safety net system, erecting and dismantling at construction site
  • Sandblasting, building exterior
  • Scaffold erecting and dismantling
  • Shoring, construction
  • Sidewalk construction, residential and commercial
  • Sign (except on highways, streets, bridges and tunnels) erection
  • Sign, building, erection
  • Statue erection
  • Steeplejack work
  • Street, interlocking brick (i.e., not mortared), installation
  • Swimming pool screen enclosure construction
  • Swimming pool, outdoor, construction
  • Tank lining contractors
  • Turf, artificial, installation
  • Underpinning, construction

238290 - Other Building Equipment Contractors

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in installing or servicing building equipment (except electrical, plumbing, heating, cooling, or ventilation equipment). The repair and maintenance of miscellaneous building equipment is included in this industry. The work performed may include new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs.

  • Antenna, household-type, installation
  • ATMs (automatic teller machines) installation
  • Automated and revolving door installation
  • Automatic gate (e.g., garage, parking lot) installation
  • Boiler and pipe insulation installation
  • Boiler covering installation
  • Bowling alley equipment installation
  • Church bell and tower clock installation
  • Commercial kitchen food preparation equipment (e.g., mixers, ovens, stoves) installation
  • Commercial-type door installation
  • Conveyor system installation
  • Deodorization (i.e., air filtration) system installation
  • Dismantling large-scale machinery and equipment
  • Door, commercial- or industrial-type, installation
  • Duct insulation installation
  • Dumbwaiter installation
  • Elevator installation
  • Escalator installation
  • Garage door, commercial- or industrial-type, installation
  • Gasoline pump, service station, installation
  • Hoisting and placement of large-scale apparatus
  • Incinerators, building equipment type, installation
  • Insulation, boiler, duct and pipe, installation
  • Lightning protection equipment (e.g., lightning rod) installation
  • Lightning rod and conductor installation
  • Machine rigging
  • Machinery and equipment, large-scale, installation
  • Materials handling equipment installation
  • Mechanical equipment insulation
  • Millwrights
  • Motor vehicle garage and service station mechanical equipment (e.g., gasoline pumps, hoists) installation
  • Moving sidewalk installation
  • Overhead door, commercial- or industrial-type, installation
  • Pipe covering
  • Pipe, duct and boiler insulation
  • Pneumatic tube conveyor system installation
  • Power boiler, installation only
  • Power generating equipment installation
  • Revolving door installation
  • Rigging large-scale equipment
  • Rubber door installation
  • Satellite dish, household-type, installation
  • Vacuum cleaning system, built-in, installation
  • Vault, safe and banking machine installation
  • Vehicle lift installation
  • Vending machine installation
  • Water pipe insulating

238120 - Structural Steel and Precast Concrete Contractors

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) erecting and assembling structural parts made from steel or precast concrete (e.g., steel beams, structural steel components, and similar products of precast concrete) and/or (2) assembling and installing other steel construction products (e.g., steel rods, bars, rebar, mesh, and cages) to reinforce poured-in-place concrete. The work performed may include new work, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs.

  • Balcony, precast concrete, installation
  • Concrete product (e.g., structural precast, structural prestressed) installation
  • Concrete reinforcement placement
  • Curtain wall, precast concrete, installation
  • Erecting structural steel
  • Iron work, structural, contractors
  • Placing and tying reinforcing rod at a construction site
  • Precast concrete panel, slab, or form installation
  • Prestressed concrete beam, slab or other component installation
  • Rebar contractors
  • Reinforcing rod, bar, mesh and cage installation
  • Reinforcing steel contractors
  • Stairway, precast concrete, installation
  • Steel reinforcing contractors
  • Structural steel erecting or iron work contractors

213112 - Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in performing support activities on a contract or fee basis for oil and gas operations (except site preparation and related construction activities). Services included are exploration (except geophysical surveying and mapping); excavating slush pits and cellars, well surveying; running, cutting, and pulling casings, tubes, and rods; cementing wells, shooting wells; perforating well casings; acidizing and chemically treating wells; and cleaning out, bailing, and swabbing wells.

  • Acidizing oil and gas field wells on a contract basis
  • Building oil and gas well foundations on a contract basis
  • Building, erecting, repairing, and dismantling oil and gas field rigs and derricks on a contract basis
  • Cementing oil and gas well casings on a contract basis
  • Chemically treating oil and gas wells (e.g., acidizing, bailing, swabbing) on a contract basis
  • Cleaning oil and gas field lease tanks on a contract basis
  • Cleaning out (e.g., bailing out, steam cleaning, swabbing) wells on a contract basis
  • Cleaning wells on a contract basis
  • Cleaning, repairing, and dismantling oil and gas field lease tanks on a contract basis
  • Contract services (except site preparation and related construction contractor activities) for oil and gas fields
  • Core cutting in oil and gas wells, on a contract basis
  • Core drilling, exploration services, oil and gas field
  • Cutting cores in oil and gas wells on a contract basis
  • Derrick building, repairing, and dismantling at oil and gas fields on a contract basis
  • Dismantling of oil well rigs on a contract basis
  • Drilling rat holes and mouse holes at oil and gas fields on a contract basis
  • Drilling shot holes at oil and gas fields on a contract basis
  • Drilling site preparation at oil and gas fields on a contract basis
  • Drill-stem testing in oil, gas, dry, and service well drilling on a contract basis
  • Excavating mud pits, slush pits, and cellars at oil and gas fields on a contract basis
  • Exploration services for oil and gas (except geophysical surveying and mapping) on a contract basis
  • Fishing for tools at oil and gas fields on a contract basis
  • Gas well rig building, repairing, and dismantling on a contract basis
  • Gas, compressing natural, in the field on a contract basis
  • Geological exploration (except surveying) for oil and gas on a contract basis
  • Geophysical exploration (except surveying) for oil and gas on a contract basis
  • Hard banding oil and gas field service on a contract basis
  • Hot oil treating of oil field tanks on a contract basis
  • Hot shot service on a contract basis
  • Hydraulic fracturing wells on a contract basis
  • Impounding and storing salt water in connection with petroleum production
  • Installing production equipment at the oil or gas field on a contract basis
  • Lease tank cleaning and repairing on a contract basis
  • Logging wells on a contract basis
  • Mouse hole and rat hole drilling at oil and gas fields on a contract basis
  • Mud service for oil field drilling on a contract basis
  • Oil and gas field services (except contract drilling, site preparation and related construction contractor activities) on a contract basis
  • Oil field exploration (except surveying) on a contract basis
  • Oil sampling services on a contract basis
  • Oil well logging on a contract basis
  • Oil well rig building, repairing, and dismantling, on a contract basis
  • Paraffin services, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Perforating oil and gas well casings on a contract basis
  • Pipe testing services, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Plugging and abandoning wells on a contract basis
  • Preparation of oil and gas field drilling sites (except site preparation and related construction contractor activities) on a contract basis
  • Pulling oil and gas field casings, tubes, or rods on a contract basis
  • Pumping oil and gas wells on a contract basis
  • Rathole and mousehole drilling at oil and gas fields on a contract basis
  • Removal of condensate gasoline from field gathering lines on a contract basis
  • Rig skidding, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Roustabout mining services, on a contract basis
  • Salt water disposal systems, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Sandblasting pipelines on lease, oil and gas field on a contract basis
  • Seismograph exploration (except surveying) for oil and gas on a contract basis
  • Servicing oil and gas wells on a contract basis
  • Shot hole drilling, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Skidding of rigs, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Slush pits and cellars, excavation of, on a contract basis
  • Steam cleaning oil and gas wells on a contract basis
  • Stratigraphic drilling, oil and gas field exploration on a contract basis
  • Surveying (except seismographic) oil or gas wells on a contract basis
  • Swabbing oil or gas wells on a contract basis
  • Well casing running, cutting and pulling, oil and gas field on a contract basis
  • Well logging, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Well plugging, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Well pumping, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Well servicing, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Well surveying, oil and gas field, on a contract basis
  • Wireline services, oil and gas field, on a contract basis

238910 - Site Preparation Contractors

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in site preparation activities, such as excavating and grading, demolition of buildings and other structures, and septic system installation. Earth moving and land clearing for all types of sites (e.g., building, nonbuilding, mining) is included in this industry. Establishments primarily engaged in construction equipment rental with operator (except cranes) are also included.

  • Aerial or picker truck, construction, rental with operator
  • Backfilling, construction
  • Backhoe rental with operator
  • Blast hole drilling (except mining)
  • Blasting, building demolition
  • Blasting, construction site
  • Boring, for building construction
  • Building demolition
  • Bulldozer rental with operator
  • Caisson (i.e., drilled building foundations) construction
  • Cesspool construction
  • Concrete breaking and cutting for demolition
  • Construction equipment (except crane) rental with operator
  • Core drilling and test boring for construction
  • Crawler tractor rental with operator
  • Cutting new rights of way
  • Demolition contractor
  • Demolition, building and structure
  • Dewatering contractors
  • Digging foundations
  • Dirt moving for construction
  • Dismantling engineering structures (e.g., oil storage tank)
  • Drainage system (e.g., cesspool, septic tank) installation
  • Drilled pier (i.e., for building foundations) contractors
  • Drilled shaft (i.e., drilled building foundations) construction
  • Dry well construction
  • Equipment rental (except crane), construction, with operator
  • Excavating, earthmoving or land clearing, mining (except overburden removal at open pit mine sites or quarries)
  • Excavating, earthmoving, or land clearing contractors
  • Excavation contractors
  • Foundation digging (i.e., excavation)
  • Foundation drilling contractors
  • Grading construction sites
  • Grave excavation contractors
  • Ground thawing for construction site digging
  • House demolishing
  • House razing
  • Hydrodemolition (i.e., demolition with pressurized water) contractors
  • Land clearing
  • Land leveling contractors
  • Line slashing or cutting (except maintenance)
  • Machinery, construction (except cranes), rental with operator
  • Mine site preparation and related construction activities, construction contractors
  • Pile driving, building foundation
  • Piling (i.e., bored, cast-in-place, drilled), building foundation, contractors
  • Power shovel, construction, rental with operator
  • Power, communication and pipe line right of way clearance (except maintenance)
  • Right of way cutting (except maintenance)
  • Septic system contractors
  • Septic tank and weeping tile installation
  • Soil compacting
  • Soil test drilling
  • Test boring for construction
  • Trenching (except underwater)
  • Underground tank (except hazardous material) removal
  • Weeping tile installation
  • Wrecking, building or other structure


What Are The Related Delaware Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 5057?

The related DE Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 is:

0655 - Iron Erection
0657 - Rigging - NOC

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 5057?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 is:

9529 - Scaffolds or Sidewalks Bridges - Installation, Repair or Removal & Drivers
5057 - Iron or Steel: Erection NOC
5701 - Wrecking: Building or Structures - Not Marine

What Are The Related New York Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 5057?

The related NY Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 is:

5403 - Carpentry NOC - All Operations To Completion
9526 - Scaffolds,hod Hoist,constr Elevators - Built - Up From Ground - Install,rep or Removal - All Oper To Com & D
5057 - Iron or Steel Erection NOC - All Operations To Completion
5701 - Wrecking - Buildings - Not Marine - All Operations To Completion & Drivers

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 5057?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 is:

0655 - Iron Erection
0657 - Rigging - NOC

What Are The Related Texas Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 5057?

The related TA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 is:

9529 - Scaffolds or Sidewalk Bridges - Installation, Repair, or Removal & Drivers
5057 - Iron or Steel - Erection - NOC & Drivers
6202 - Drilling or Redrilling Of Oil or Gas Wells & Drivers

Workers Compensation Class Code 5057 - The Bottom Line

The NCCI Workers Comp Class Code for Iron or Steel - Erection - NOC is 5057.

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