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NCCI Class Code 9101 - School - All Other Employees

Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 - School - All Other Employees

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The NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 - School - All Other Employees. Learn more about Workers Comp Class Code 9101 and its related General Liability, NAICS, and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101?

The description for the NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 - School - All Other Employees is:

Applied to all other employees other than professional employees of academic, trade, or vocational institutions of learning. It includes employees engaged in care, study and maintenance of college or school buildings, grounds and equipment..


What Are The Related General Liability Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 9101?

The related GL Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 - School - All Other Employees is:

40005 - Adult Day Care - Not-For-Profit Only
40006 - Adult Day Care - Other Than Not-For-Profit
41650 - Churches or Other Houses Of Worship
66309 - Libraries
46427 - Museums - Not-For-Profit Only
46426 - Museums - Other Than Not-For-Profit
47367 - Sales or Service Organizations
67509 - Schools - Colleges, Universities, Junior Colleges or College Preparatory Not-For-Profit Only
67508 - Schools - Colleges, Universities, Junior Colleges or College Preparatory Other Than Not-For-Profit
67513 - Schools - Not-For-Profit Only
67512 - Schools - Other Than Not-For-Profit
47476 - Schools - Private - Elementary, Kindergarten or Junior High - Not-For-Profit Only
47475 - Schools - Private - Elementary, Kindergarten or Junior High - Other Than Not-For-Profit
47478 - Schools - Private - High - Not-For-Profit Only
47477 - Schools - Private - High - Other Than Not-For-Profit
47471 - Schools - Public - Elementary, Kindergarten or Junior High
47473 - Schools - Public - High
47474 - Schools - Trade or Vocational

What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 9101?

The related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 - School - All Other Employees is:

Description for 8322 Individual and Family Social Services

Establishments primarily engaged in providing one or more of a wide variety of individual and family social, counseling, welfare, or referral services, including refugee, disaster, and temporary relief services. This industry includes offices of specialists providing counseling, referral, and other social services. Government offices directly concerned with the delivery of social services to individuals and families, such as issuing of welfare aid, rent supplements, food stamps, and eligibility casework, are included here, but central office administration of these programs is classified in Public Administration, Industry 9441. Social Security offices are also classified in Public Administration, Industry 9441. Establishments primarily engaged in providing vocational rehabilitation or counseling are classified in Industry 8331; and fraternal, civic, and social associations are classified in Industry 8641.

  • Activity centers, elderly or handicapped
  • Adoption services
  • Adult day care centers
  • Aid to families with dependent children(AFDC)
  • Alcoholism counseling, nonresidential:except medical treatment
  • Centers for senior citizens
  • Child guidance agencies
  • Community centers
  • Counseling centers
  • Crisis centers
  • Crisis intervention centers
  • Day care centers, adult and handicapped
  • Disaster services
  • Emergency shelters
  • Family counseling services
  • Family location services
  • Family service agencies
  • Helping hand services
  • Homemaker' s service, primarily nonmedical
  • Hotlines
  • Marriage counseling services
  • Meal delivery programs
  • Multiservice centers, neighborhood
  • Neighborhood centers
  • Offender rehabilitation agencies
  • Offender self-help agencies
  • Old age assistance
  • Outreach programs
  • Parole offices
  • Probation offices
  • Public welfare centers, offices of
  • Referral services for personal and social problems
  • Refugee services
  • Relief services, temporary
  • Self-help organizations for alcoholics and gamblers
  • Senior citizens associations
  • Service leagues
  • Settlement houses
  • Social service centers
  • Telephone counseling service
  • Traveler' s aid centers
  • Youth centers
  • Youth self-help organizations
Description for 8661 Religious Organizations

Establishments of religious organizations operated for worship, religious training or study, government or administration of an organized religion, or for promotion of religious activities. Other establishments maintained by religious organizations, such as educational institutions, hospitals, publishing houses, reading rooms, social services, and secondhand stores, are classified according to their primary activity. Also included in this industry are religious groups which reach the public through radio or television media. Establishments of such religious groups which produce taped religious programming for television are classified in Industry 7812, and those which produce live religious programs are classified in Industry 7922. Establishments of such groups which operate radio or television stations are classified in Communications, Major Group 48.

  • Churches
  • Convents
  • Monasteries
  • Religious instruction, provided by religious organizations
  • Religious organizations
  • Shrines, religious
  • Temples
Description for 8231 Libraries

Establishments primarily engaged in providing library services, including the circulation of books and other materials for reading, study, and reference. Establishments primarily engaged in operating motion picture film libraries are classified in Industry 7829.

  • Centers for documentation
  • Circulating libraries
  • Lending libraries
  • Libraries, printed matter
  • Rental of books
Description for 8412 Museums and Art Galleries

Establishments primarily engaged in the operation of museums and art galleries. Art galleries and dealers primarily engaged in selling to the general public are classified in Retail Trade, Industries 5932 and 5999.

  • Art galleries, not primarily selling Museums
  • Planetaria
Description for 8221 Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools

Colleges, universities, and professional schools furnishing academic courses and granting academic degrees. The requirement for admission is at least a high school diploma or equivalent general academic training.

  • Colleges except junior
  • Professional schools: eg dental engineering law medical
  • Seminaries theological
  • Service academies (college)
  • Theological seminaries
  • Universities
Description for 8299 Schools and Educational Services, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in offering educational courses and services, not elsewhere classified. Included in this industry are music schools, drama schools, language schools, short-term examination preparatory schools, student exchange programs, curriculum development, and vocational counseling, except rehabilitation counseling. Establishments primarily engaged in operating dance schools are classified in Industry 7911, and those providing rehabilitation counseling are classified in Industry 8331.

  • Art schools, except commercial
  • Automobile driving instruction
  • Baton instruction
  • Bible schools, not operated by churches
  • Ceramics schools
  • Charm schools
  • Civil service schools
  • Continuing education programs
  • Cooking schools
  • Curriculum development, educational
  • Diction schools
  • Drama schools
  • Finishing schools, charm and modeling
  • Flying instruction
  • Hypnosis schools
  • Language schools
  • Modeling schools, clothes
  • Music schools
  • Personal development schools
  • Public speaking schools
  • Reading schools
  • Speed reading courses
  • Student exchange programs
  • Survival schools
  • Tutoring
  • Vocational counseling, except rehabilitation counseling
Description for 8211 Elementary and Secondary Schools

Elementary and secondary schools furnishing academic courses, ordinarily for kindergarten through grade 12. Included in this industry are parochial schools and military academies furnishing academic courses for kindergarten through grade 12, and secondary schools which furnish both academic and technical courses.

  • Academies, elementary and secondary schools
  • Boarding schools
  • Finishing schools, secondary
  • High schools
  • Kindergartens
  • Military academies elementary and secondary level
  • Parochial schools, elementary and secondary
  • Preparatory schools
  • Schools for the physically handicapped, elementary and secondary
  • Schools for the disabled
  • Schools, elementary and secondary
  • Seminaries, below university grade
  • Vocational high schools

What Are The Related NAICS Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 9101?

The related NAICS Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 - School - All Other Employees is:

624120 - Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing nonresidential social assistance services to improve the quality of life for the elderly, persons diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities, or persons with disabilities. These establishments provide for the welfare of these individuals in such areas as day care, nonmedical home care or homemaker services, social activities, group support, and companionship.

  • Activity centers for disabled persons, the elderly, and persons diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Centers, senior citizens'
  • Community centers (except recreational only), adult
  • Companion services for disabled persons, the elderly, and persons diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Day care centers for disabled persons, the elderly, and persons diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Day care centers, adult
  • Disability support groups
  • Home care of elderly, non-medical
  • Homemaker's service for elderly or disabled persons, non-medical
  • Self-help organizations for disabled persons, the elderly, and persons diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Senior citizens activity centers
  • Senior citizens centers

813110 - Religious Organizations

This industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in operating religious organizations, such as churches, religious temples, and monasteries, and/or (2) establishments primarily engaged in administering an organized religion or promoting religious activities.

  • Bible societies
  • Churches
  • Convents (except schools)
  • Missions, religious organization
  • Monasteries (except schools)
  • Mosques, religious
  • Places of worship
  • Religious organizations
  • Retreat houses, religious
  • Shrines, religious
  • Synagogues
  • Temples, religious

519120 - Libraries and Archives

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing library or archive services. These establishments are engaged in maintaining collections of documents (e.g., books, journals, newspapers, and music) and facilitating the use of such documents (recorded information regardless of its physical form and characteristics) as are required to meet the informational, research, educational, or recreational needs of their user. These establishments may also acquire, research, store, preserve, and generally make accessible to the public historical documents, photographs, maps, audio material, audiovisual material, and other archival material of historical interest. All or portions of these collections may be accessible electronically.

  • Archives
  • Bookmobiles
  • Centers for documentation (i.e., archives)
  • Circulating libraries
  • Film archives
  • Lending libraries
  • Libraries (except motion picture stock footage, motion picture commercial distribution)
  • Motion picture film libraries, archives
  • Music archives
  • Reference libraries

712110 - Museums

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the preservation and exhibition of objects of historical, cultural, and/or educational value.

  • Art galleries (except retail)
  • Art museums
  • Community museums
  • Contemporary art museums
  • Decorative art museums
  • Fine arts museums
  • Galleries, art (except retail)
  • Halls of fame
  • Herbariums
  • Historical museums
  • Human history museums
  • Interactive museums
  • Marine museums
  • Military museums
  • Mobile museums
  • Multidisciplinary museums
  • Museums
  • Natural history museums
  • Natural science museums
  • Observatories (except research institutions)
  • Planetariums
  • Science and technology museums
  • Sports halls of fame
  • Traveling museum exhibits
  • War museums
  • Wax museums

712120 - Historical Sites

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the preservation and exhibition of sites, buildings, forts, or communities that describe events or persons of particular historical interest. Archeological sites, battlefields, historical ships, and pioneer villages are included in this industry.

  • Archeological sites (i.e., public display)
  • Battlefields
  • Heritage villages
  • Historical forts
  • Historical ships
  • Historical sites
  • Pioneer villages

611310 - Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in furnishing academic courses and granting degrees at baccalaureate or graduate levels. The requirement for admission is at least a high school diploma or equivalent general academic training. Instruction may be provided in diverse settings, such as the establishment's or client's training facilities, educational institutions, the workplace, or the home, and through diverse means, such as correspondence, television, the Internet, or other electronic and distance-learning methods. The training provided by these establishments may include the use of simulators and simulation methods.

  • Academies, college or university
  • Academies, military service (college)
  • Business colleges or schools offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Colleges (except junior colleges)
  • Colleges, universities, and professional schools
  • Conservatories of music (colleges or universities)
  • Dental schools
  • Hospital management schools offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Hospitality management schools offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Law schools
  • Medical schools
  • Military academies, college level
  • Military service academies (college)
  • Parochial schools, college level
  • Private colleges (except community or junior college)
  • Professional schools (e.g., business administration, dental, law, medical)
  • Schools, correspondence, college level
  • Schools, medical
  • Schools, professional (colleges or universities)
  • Seminaries, theological, offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Theological seminaries offering baccalaureate or graduate degrees
  • Universities

611210 - Junior Colleges

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in furnishing academic, or academic and technical, courses and granting associate degrees, certificates, or diplomas below the baccalaureate level. The requirement for admission to an associate or equivalent degree program is at least a high school diploma or equivalent general academic training. Instruction may be provided in diverse settings, such as the establishment's or client's training facilities, educational institutions, the workplace, or the home, and through diverse means, such as correspondence, television, the Internet, or other electronic and distance-learning methods. The training provided by these establishments may include the use of simulators and simulation methods.

  • Academies, junior college
  • Colleges, community
  • Colleges, junior
  • Community colleges
  • Community colleges offering a wide variety of academic and technical training
  • Junior colleges
  • Junior colleges offering a wide variety of academic and technical training
  • Schools, junior college
  • Schools, junior college vocational

611630 - Language Schools

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in offering foreign language instruction (including sign language). These establishments are designed to offer language instruction ranging from conversational skills for personal enrichment to intensive training courses for career or educational opportunities.

  • Foreign language schools
  • Language schools
  • Schools, language
  • Second language instruction
  • Sign language instruction
  • Sign language schools

611699 - All Other Miscellaneous Schools and Instruction

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in offering instruction (except business, computer, management, technical, trade, fine arts, athletic, language instruction, tutoring, and automobile driving instruction). Also excluded from this industry are academic schools, colleges, and universities.

  • Bible schools (except degree granting)
  • Bridge and other card game instruction
  • Charm schools
  • CPR (cardiac pulmonary resusitation) training and certification
  • Diction schools
  • First aid instruction
  • Life guard training
  • Public speaking training
  • Self defense (except martial arts) instruction
  • Speed reading instruction
  • Survival training instruction
  • Yoga instruction, camps, or schools

611110 - Elementary and Secondary Schools

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in furnishing academic courses and associated course work that comprise a basic preparatory education. A basic preparatory education ordinarily constitutes kindergarten through 12-th grade. This industry includes school boards and school districts.

  • Academies, elementary or secondary
  • Boarding schools, elementary or secondary
  • Elementary and secondary schools
  • Elementary schools
  • Finishing schools, secondary
  • Handicapped, schools for, elementary or secondary
  • High schools
  • High schools offering both academic and technical courses
  • High schools offering both academic and vocational courses
  • Junior high schools
  • Kindergartens
  • Middle schools
  • Military academies, elementary or secondary
  • Montessori schools, elementary or secondary
  • Parochial schools, elementary or secondary
  • Preparatory schools, elementary or secondary
  • Primary schools
  • Private schools, elementary or secondary
  • School boards, elementary and secondary
  • School districts, elementary or secondary
  • Schools for the handicapped, elementary or secondary
  • Schools for the intellectually and developmentally disabled (except preschool, job training, vocational rehabilitation)
  • Schools for the physically disabled, elementary or secondary
  • Schools, elementary
  • Schools, secondary
  • Secondary schools offering both academic and technical courses
  • Seminaries, below university grade

611691 - Exam Preparation and Tutoring

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in offering preparation for standardized examinations and/or academic tutoring services.

  • Academic tutoring services
  • Adult literacy instruction
  • College board preparation centers
  • College entrance exam preparation instruction
  • Exam preparation services
  • Learning centers offering remedial courses
  • Professional examination review instructions
  • Tutoring, academic

611692 - Automobile Driving Schools

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in offering automobile driving instruction.

  • Automobile driving schools
  • Driver education
  • Driver training schools (except bus, heavy equipment, truck)

611519 - Other Technical and Trade Schools

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in offering job or career vocational or technical courses (except cosmetology and barber training, aviation and flight training, and apprenticeship training). The curriculums offered by these schools are highly structured and specialized and lead to job-specific certification.

  • Air traffic control schools
  • Art schools, commercial or graphic
  • Banking schools (training in banking)
  • Bartending schools
  • Broadcasting schools
  • Bus driver training
  • Chauffeur training
  • Computer repair training
  • Cooking schools
  • Culinary arts schools
  • Dental hygienist schools
  • Dental technician schools
  • Electronic equipment repair training
  • Fire fighter training schools
  • Flight attendant schools
  • Graphic arts schools
  • Heavy equipment operation schools
  • Heavy equipment repair training
  • Home health aid schools
  • Hospital management schools (except academic)
  • Hospitality management schools (except academic)
  • Marine navigational schools
  • Massage therapist instruction
  • Mechanic's schools (except apprenticeship)
  • Medical technician schools
  • Modeling schools
  • Nurse's aides schools
  • Nursing schools (except academic)
  • Photography schools, commercial
  • Police training schools
  • Real estate schools
  • Restaurant management schools (except academic)
  • Security guard training
  • Truck driving schools


What Are The Related Delaware Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 9101?

The related DE Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 is:

0976 - Y.m.c.a., Y.w.c.a
0963 - Church
0890 - Library - Public
0887 - Museum
0895 - Temporary College or School
0965 - Colleges or School, NOC
0819 - Automobile Salesperson

What Are The Related Michigan Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 9101?

The related MI Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 is:

9101 - Church Colleges Public Library or Museum School - Other Employees

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 9101?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 is:

9106 - School: Non - Professional Employees & Drivers
9107 - Church:non - Professional Employees & Drivers

What Are The Related New York Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 9101?

The related NY Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 is:

9101 - School or College - All Other Employees & Drivers

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 9101?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 is:

0976 - Y.m.c.a., Y.w.c.a
0963 - Church
0890 - Library - Public
0887 - Museum
0895 - Temporary College or School
0965 - Colleges or School, NOC
0819 - Automobile Salesperson

What Are The Related Texas Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 9101?

The related TA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 is:

9101 - School - All Other Employees & Drivers

Workers Compensation Class Code 9101 - The Bottom Line

The NCCI Workers Comp Class Code for School - All Other Employees is 9101.

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