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Commercial, Residential, Hotel, Hospital, Building Operations
SmartComp’s team is experienced in providing claims management services to a wide range of providers in the Janitorial Services Industry. We have the capability and expertise required to handle the most complex injuries.
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SmartComp has a dedicated claims team that partners with our clients in the day to day management of the claims process. Being On-Site, On-Time and On-Target we provide an alternative to the high cost of claims associated with the Janitorial Services Industry.
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Whether you’re providing Janitorial Services to the Commercial, Residential, Hotel or Building Operations SmartComp’s team of on-site claims management specialist are available to strategically navigate you and your injured worker through the Workers’ Compensation system.
Class Codes - Included by not limited to:
9008 - JANITORIAL SERVICES — by contractors
This classification includes incidental maintenance operations performed in connection with the janitorial services.
This classification does not apply at a location where the employer provides property management services.
The interior general cleaning of occupied or vacant residential dwellings shall be separately classified as 9096, Residential Cleaning Services.
Pure Premium Rate: 2015 (13.95), 2014 (13.61), 2013 (12.51), 2011 (7.04)
Expected Loss Rate: 2015 (), 2014 ( 5.22), 2013 ( 4.83), 2011 (3.42)
9096 - RESIDENTIAL CLEANING SERVICES — by contractors
This classification shall apply to the interior general cleaning of occupied or vacant residences. Painting, remodeling, or repair operations shall be separately classified.
Exterior post-construction cleanup; fire, smoke, and water damage cleanup; or window cleaning as a specialty operation shall be assigned to 9008, Janitorial Services — by contractors.
Pure Premium Rate: 2015 (21.68), 2014 (21.18), 2013 (18.27), 2011 (9.99)
Expected Loss Rate: 2015 (). 2014 ( 7.49), 2013 ( 6.48), 2011 (4.85)
9050(1) - HOTELS — all employees other than employees exclusively engaged in restaurant or tavern operations When lodging is provided by the employer, the total remuneration shall include the market value of such lodging to the employee.
This classification includes “front desk” employees, including but not limited to, cashiers or information and reservation clerks; employees who perform concierge services; and the operation of retail stores, including but not limited to, newsstands, gift shops and clothing stores.
The payroll of employees engaged exclusively in connection with restaurant or tavern operations shall be separately classified as 9079(1), Restaurants or Taverns. This includes employees who prepare and serve hot food in connection with complimentary breakfasts, work in food and beverage departments, and room service employees who deliver food or restock in-room refrigerators, provided such employees perform no hotel duties. Employees who perform both restaurant or tavern activities and hotel activities shall be assigned to Classification 9050(1).
Pure Premium Rate: 2015 (10.94), 2014 (10.21), 2013 (9.33), 2011 (5.53)
Expected Loss Rate: 2015 (), 2014 ( 3.84), 2013 (3.77), 2011 (2.92)
9009 - BUILDING OPERATION — commercial properties — all other employees
New construction, alteration or demolition work shall be separately classified.
The preparation or serving of hot foods shall be separately classified as 9079(1), Restaurants or Taverns.
Also refer to companion Classification 8740(2), Building Operation — commercial properties — property management supervisors.
Pure Premium Rate: 2015 (5.97), 2014 (5.53), 2013 (4.93), 2011 (3.22)
Expected Loss Rate: 2015 (), 2014 (1.75), 2013 (1.54), 2011 (1.55)