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Chapter 296-17 WAC

Last Update: 5/30/14

GENERAL REPORTING RULES, AUDIT AND RECORDKEEPING, RATES AND RATING SYSTEM FOR WASHINGTON WORKERS' COMPENSATION INSURANCE

WAC Sections

Introduction.
General rule definitions.
No-fault insurance.
Coverage requirements.
Employer/employee relationship.
Application process.
Owner coverage.
Notification requirements.
Reciprocal agreements.
Premium cost.
Classification system and plan.
Classification assignment.
Building construction.
Farming and agriculture.
General inclusions.
Classification by analogy.
Multiple classifications.
Exception classifications.
Standard exception classification describes business.
Units of exposure.
Reporting exception classification employees.
Premium reporting.
Classification premium rates.
Change in business operations.
Reporting multiple business operations.
Temporary staffing services.
Closing accounts.
Insurance principles.
Successorship and other transfers of ownership.
Audits.
Recordkeeping and retention.
Special reporting instruction.
Penalty assessments for employers who fail to register under Title 51 RCW.
Experience rating plan—Eligibility and experience period.
Experience modification.
Transition adjustment.
Experience modification limitations.
2007 Claim-free experience modification phase-in limitation.
Evaluation of actual losses.
Director's discretion for incurred losses on claims with vocational plans.
Responsibility for past experience.
Definitions.
Change in ownership with an accompanying change in business activities.
Initial recalculation of experience factor.
Combination of entities.
Table I.
Table II.
Table III.
Table IV.
Industrial insurance accident fund base rates, stay at work and medical aid base rates by class of industry.
Industrial insurance accident fund, stay at work, medical aid and supplemental pension rates by class of industry for nonhourly rated classifications.
2007 Rate holiday dividend.
Horse racing rates.
Premium discounts.
Risk classification hazard group table.
Dividends.
Dividend declarations and distributions.
Assessment for supplemental pension fund.
Student volunteers.
Volunteers.
Logger safety initiative.