Workers’ comp class codes are used by insurance companies to group businesses into various categories of risk. These codes refer to job hazards to a company’s employees and help insurance companies provide coverage that makes sense for their customers. Depending on your business, you may have more than one class code. Below is a complete workers’ comp class code directory with nearly 20,000 entries. While most states use NCCI codes, California, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, and Texas use their own codes.
To use this directory, search (command+F) by keyword (i.e. bakery, construction, landscaping, etc.) to get more information on your business’s class code number(s).
This table is an educational resource, not intended to accurately identify your business’ class code for a workers’ comp policy. If you have questions about how your business should be classified, please reach out to your trusted independent insurance agent.