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WAC 296-17A-7302

Classification 7302.

7302-00 Farms: Livestock
Animal stud service
Applies to:
Establishments engaged in the raising of cattle, pigs, and horses for sale to others.
Work in this classification includes, but is not limited to:
• Tending;
• Feeding;
• Raising crops for feed;
• Erecting or mending fences;
• Breeding animals;
• Transporting animals to or from market;
• Artificial insemination and veterinary care when performed by employees of an employer subject to this classification;
• Maintaining or installing sprinkler or irrigation systems.
What activities are not included in this classification?
• Contractors hired by farm to install, repair or build any farm equipment or structures (report in the classification applicable to the work being performed).
What is a farm labor contractor?
• A farm labor contractor is a specialty contractor who supplies laborers to a farm operation for specified services such as cleaning stalls, grooming or caring for animals, weeding or planting crops, irrigating and fertilizing; and
• Generally the work involves manual labor tasks as opposed to machine operation.
What risk classification are farm labor contractors to report in?
• Farm labor contractors are to be reported in the classification that applies to the farm they are contracting with; and
• Contractors who provide both equipment or machinery and the machine operators are to be reported in classification 4808 "Custom farm services," as the process involved in operating machinery is the same regardless of the type of farm they are providing services to or the type of crop involved.
7302-02 Riding academies
Applies to:
Establishments engaged as riding academies which offer services such as, but not limited to, instruction on riding horses, the care of animals, and the rental of horses.
Work in this classification includes, but is not limited to:
• Tending;
• Feeding animals;
• Training animals;
• Cleaning stalls and barn area;
• Raising crops for feed;
• Erecting or mending fences;
• Breeding animals;
• Artificial insemination and veterinary care when performed by employees of an employer subject to this classification;
• Maintaining or installing sprinkler or irrigation systems.
What activities are not included in this classification?
• Contractors hired by farm to install, repair or build any farm equipment or structures (report in the classification applicable to the work being performed).
What is a farm labor contractor?
• A farm labor contractor is a specialty contractor who supplies laborers to a farm operation for specified services such as cleaning stalls, grooming or caring for animals, weeding or planting crops, irrigating and fertilizing; and
• Generally the work involves manual labor tasks as opposed to machine operation.
What risk classification are farm labor contractors to report in?
• Farm labor contractors are to be reported in the classification that applies to the farm they are contracting with; and
• Contractors who provide both equipment or machinery and the machine operators are to be reported in classification 4808 "Custom farm services," as the process involved in operating machinery is the same regardless of the type of farm they are providing services to or the type of crop involved.
7302-03 Boarding and/or training stables for pleasure or show horses
Applies to:
Establishments that board and/or train pleasure or show horses for others.
Work in this classification includes, but is not limited to:
• Tending;
• Feeding animals;
• Cleaning stalls and barn areas;
• Training animals;
• Raising crops for feed;
• Erecting or mending fences;
• Maintaining or installing sprinkler or irrigation systems.
What activities are not included in this classification?
• Contractors hired by farm to install, repair or build any farm equipment or structures (report in the classification applicable to the work being performed).
What is a farm labor contractor?
• A farm labor contractor is a specialty contractor who supplies laborers to a farm operation for specified services such as cleaning stalls, grooming or caring for animals, weeding or planting crops, irrigating and fertilizing; and
• Generally the work involves manual labor tasks as opposed to machine operation.
What risk classification are farm labor contractors to report in?
• Farm labor contractors are to be reported in the classification that applies to the farm they are contracting with; and
• Contractors who provide both equipment or machinery and the machine operators are to be reported in classification 4808 "Custom farm services," as the process involved in operating machinery is the same regardless of the type of farm they are providing services to or the type of crop involved.
7302-04 Centers or trainers for race horses - Unlicensed by WHRC
Applies to:
Establishments or individuals who train race horses for others, but who are not licensed as trainers or training centers by the Washington horse racing commission.
Work in this classification includes, but is not limited to:
• Tending;
• Feeding animals;
• Cleaning stalls and barn areas;
• Training animals;
• Raising crops for feed;
• Erecting or mending fences;
• Maintaining or installing sprinkler or irrigation systems.
What activities are not included in this classification?
• Individuals or centers that train nonrace horses (report in classification 7302-03); and
• Contractors hired by farm to install, repair or build any farm equipment or structures (report in the classification applicable to the work being performed).
What is a farm labor contractor?
• A farm labor contractor is a specialty contractor who supplies laborers to a farm operation for specified services such as cleaning stalls, grooming or caring for animals, weeding or planting crops, irrigating and fertilizing; and
• Generally the work involves manual labor tasks as opposed to machine operation.
What risk classification are farm labor contractors to report in?
• Farm labor contractors are to be reported in the classification that applies to the farm they are contracting with; and
• Contractors who provide both equipment or machinery and the machine operators are to be reported in classification 4808 "Custom farm services," as the process involved in operating machinery is the same regardless of the type of farm they are providing services to or the type of crop involved.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 51.04.020 and 51.16.035. WSR 15-02-060, § 296-17A-7302, filed 1/6/15, effective 7/1/15. Statutory Authority: RCW 51.04.020, 51.16.035, and 51.16.210. WSR 12-24-067, § 296-17A-7302, filed 12/4/12, effective 1/4/13. WSR 07-01-014, recodified as § 296-17A-7302, filed 12/8/06, effective 12/8/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 51.16.035. WSR 98-18-042, § 296-17-773, filed 8/28/98, effective 10/1/98. Statutory Authority: RCW 51.04.020(1). WSR 89-16-001 (Order 89-07), § 296-17-773, filed 7/20/89, effective 8/20/89. Statutory Authority: RCW 51.16.035. WSR 88-12-065 (Order 88-05), § 296-17-773, filed 5/31/88; WSR 85-24-032 (Order 85-33), § 296-17-773, filed 11/27/85, effective 1/1/86; WSR 83-24-017 (Order 83-36), § 296-17-773, filed 11/30/83, effective 1/1/84; WSR 82-24-047 (Order 82-38), § 296-17-773, filed 11/29/82, effective 1/1/83.]
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