An analysis of the total population revealed that of the 11 Standard Industrial Classification
categories, manufacturing occupations accounted for the largest number of accidents (34.1%).
HOW DO WE APPROACH STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is the new structure for classifying business activity, replacing the old Standard Industrial Classification
plastics industry, the report includes both state and county data on the number of companies, shipment volume, number of employees, payroll, value added, and new capital expenditures for each plastics sector (by Standard Industrial Classification
(The Fed still uses the Standard Industrial Classification
[SIC] system, rather than a newer nomenclature used by the Commerce Dept.
Industrial production and capacity utilization will continue to be based on the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) until the 2002 annual revision, after which they will be constructed from the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS).
For Standard Industrial Classification
Code 4731, Arrangement of Transportation of Freight and Cargo, the size standard is $5 million in average annual receipts, effective September 8, 2000.
Although safety in plants of Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) 3080 (Miscellaneous Plastics Products) is improving faster than the manufacturing average, the frequency of injuries resulting in lost workdays was 21% higher than the U.S.
You can smooth matters for your client, be a step ahead in the game and show your savvy besides by providing the bank with the Robert Morris data on your client's peer group and knowing how your client stacks up against other companies in its SIC (standard industrial classification
The NAICS provides a basis to compare statistics across the three countries and increases comparability with the International Standard Industrial Classification
System, developed and maintained by the United Nations.
The taxpayer's taxable income will be no less than 75 percent of the product of its gross receipts multiplied by an appropriate profit percentage, based upon the Standard Industrial Classification
(SIC) Code categories, computed in advance by the IRS on the basis of relevant industry financial data.