Definitions for 5 County Building, Heavy, Highway Operators

Chester, Montgomery, Bucks, Philadelphia, & Delaware

Operators Class 1

Handling Steel & Stone in Connection with Erection  Cranes doing Hook Work * **
Any Machines Handling Machinery  Cable Spinning Machine 
Helicopter Rail Loader (Winch Boom Type)
High Rail/Burro Crane  
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment

Operators Class 1 (A)

Machines Handling Steel, or the Functional Equivalent, and Stone in connection with Erection 15 Ton and over Factory Rating Cranes doing Hook Work 15 Ton and over Factory Rating * **
Any Machines Handling Machinery  High Rail/Burro Crane 15 Ton and over Factory Rating
Rail Loader (Winch Boom Type) 15 Ton and over Factory Rating Concrete Pumps (Building)
Equipment in Wage Group 1 that does not require an Oiler Concrete Pumps (Building) 120 Feet of Boom Length or less (200 yard pour or less)
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment

Operators Class 2

All Types of Cranes * ** Conveyor Loaders (Euclid-Type Wheel)
Cableways All Types of Shovels
Drag Lines Pavers 21E & Over
Derricks Trenching Machines
Trench Shovels Hoist with Two Towers
Pippin Type Backhoes Front-End Loaders
Building Hoists - Double Drum (Unless used as a Single Drum) Bobcat
Boat Captain Directional Boring Machines
Side Boom Vermeer Saw Type Machine (Other than Hand Held)
Vermeer Saw Type Machine Chipper with Boom
Tractor Mounted Hydro Axe Bundle Puller-Extractors (Tubular Type)
All Autograde & Concrete Finishing Machines Ballast Regulators
Production Switch Tamper Rail/Road Loader
Tie Replacer Portable Rock Crusher
Power Jack Liner Tandem Scrapers
Keystones Mucking Machines in Tunnel
Milling Machine Tower Type Crane Operation, Erecting, Dismantling, Jumping or Jacking
Drills Self-Contained (Drillmaster Type) Fork Lift (20 feet & over)
Motor Patrols (Fine Grade) Batch Plant with Mixer
Carryalls, Scrapers & Tournapulls Rollers (High Grade Finishing)
Spreaders (Asphalt) Bulldozers & Tractors
Mechanic – Welder Concrete Pumps (Heavy, Highway)
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment

Operators Class 2 (A)

Gradalls All Types of Backhoes
Crawler Backhoes and Crawler Gradalls over four Cubic Yard Factor Rating Hydraulic Backhoes over One Cubic Yard Factor Rating
Single Person Operation Truck Cranes 15 Ton and Over Factory Rating Cherry Picker Type Machinery and Equipment 15 Ton and Over Factory Rating
Concrete Pumps (Heavy/Highway) Equipment in Wage Group 2 that does not require an Oiler
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment

Operators Class 3

Conveyors (Except Building Conveyors) Building Hoists (Single Drum)
Well Drillers Asphalt Plant Engineers
Fork Lift Trucks of all Types Ditch Witch (Small Trencher)
Motor Patrols Concrete Breaking Machines (Guillotine Only)
Rollers Fine Grade Machines
Stump Grinder High or Low Pressure Boilers 
Elevator Operator (New Construction)  
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment

Operators Class 4

Seamen Pulverizing Mixer  Form Line Graders
Farm Tractors Road Finishing Machines
Concrete Spreaders (Heavy, Highway) Grease Truck
Power Broom (Self-Contained)  Seed Spreader
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment

Operators Class 5

Conveyors (Building)   Welding Machines
Heaters Well Point Pumps
Compressors Pumps
Miscellaneous Equipment Operator Tireman, Power Equipment
Maintenance Engineers (Power Boats) Elevator Operator (Renovations)
House Car   
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment

Operators Class 6

Fireman
Oilers & Deck Hands (Personnel Boats)
Grease Truck Helper
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment

Operators Class 7 (A) (Toxic/Hazardous Waste Removal)

Handling Steel & Stone In Connection with Erection Cranes doing Hook Work
Any Machines Handling Machinery Cable Spinning Machine
Helicopters Concrete Pumps (Building)
High Rail/Burro Crane  Rail Loader (Winch Boom Type)  
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment

Operators Class 7 (B) (Toxic/Hazardous Waste Removal)

All Types of Cranes  All types of Backhoes 
Cableways Conveyor Loader (Euclid-Type Wheel)
Drag Lines Keystones
All Types of Shovels Derricks
Pavers 21E & Over Trench Shovels
Trenching Machines Gradalls 
Front-End Loaders Boat Captain
Hoist with Twp Towers Concrete Pumps (Heavy, Highway)
Building Hoists-Double Drum (Unless Used as a Single Drum) Milling Machine
Mucking Machines in Tunnel Pippin Type Backhoes
Bobcat Tandem Scrapers
Side Boom Tower Type Crane – Operation, Erecting
Dismantling, Jumping or Jacking Directional Boring Machines
Vermeer Saw Type Machine (Other Than Hand Held) Drills Self-Contained (Drillmaster Type)  
Fork Lift (20Ft & Over) Tractor Mounted Hydro Axe
Motor Patrols (Fine Grade) Chipper with Boom
Batch Plant with Mixer All Autograde & Concrete Finishing Machines
Carryalls, Scrapers & Tournapulls Rollers (high Grade Finishing)
Bundle Pullers/Extractors (Tubular) Spreaders (Asphalt)
Bulldozers & Tractors Mechanic – Welders
Production Switch Tamper Ballast Regulators
Tie Replacer Rail/Road Loader
Power Jack Liner  
 
Machines Similar to above including remote control equipment
 
* On Building Projects - On all machines with booms, jibs, masts and leads, including tower cranes, 100 feet from ground up, fifty ($.50) cents per hour additional will be paid for each increment of 25 feet over 100 feet. On cranes with booms (including jibs, masts and leads) 200 feet and over, two (2) operators will be required. When two (2) operators are employed, no oiler will be required.
 
Booms to be measured from the ground up. Tower cranes calculated from ground up and out for purpose of boom pay
 
** On Heavy and Highway Projects: On all machines with booms, jibs, masts, and leads, including tower cranes, 100 ft. and over, thirty-five ($.35) cents per hour additional will be paid for each increment of 25' over 100'. On cranes with booms (including jibs, masts and leads) 200 ft. and over, two (2) operators will be required. When 2 operators are employed, no oiler will be required. Booms to be measured from the ground up.
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