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Every firm registered with WorkSafeBC is assigned a classification unit based on their main business undertaking. Others in your industry will share the same classification unit and pay the same base premium rate for their insurance.
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2Sub-Sector General Construction
3Classification Unit Steep Slope Roofing
Steep Slope Roofing
See more information about your classification unit, including a description of the types of employers covered, products produced, or services provided: Classification Unit 721051 (PDF 38 kb).
- Industries are put into rate groups to help predict claim costs and keep rates stable. See who is in your rate group: HF.
- Year: 2016
|Rates as a percentage of assessable payroll||12.06||10.71||8.99|
|Max wage per worker||$80,600||$78,600||$77,900|
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|Cost components||Rate 2016||Rate 2015|
|Total cost rate||13.58||12.46|
|Funding policy adjustment||0.00||0.00|
|Certificate of recognition incentive||0.21||0.18|
|Prevention adjustment||0.00||0.00||Base rate||12.06||10.71|
To learn more:
- See how we determine each of the above cost components: Explanation of cost component terms.
- See a breakdown of the costs that we used to determine your rate group’s total cost rate: Rate group cost component.
- See how your rate group has performed in key areas that may affect your base rate, using data from the most recent five years: Rate group performance.
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