Prepare for Drywall Reporting

In most industries premiums are based on hours worked. However, in the Drywall Industry, premiums are based on the square footage of material purchased and installed.

Organize your records to capture the necessary information for preparing the following:

  • Supplemental Quarterly Report for the Drywall Industry.
  • Drywall Industry Owner/Subcontractor Report.
  • Employer's Quarterly Report for Industrial Insurance.

Retain material summary reports and invoices that you have received from material suppliers. Keep a record of material that you have purchased and supplied to subcontractors.

When subcontracting work you must keep the following information:

  • Subcontractors legal name.
  • Contractor's registration number and expiration date.
  • UBI and L&I account number.
  • Amount of material supplied.
  • Project name and location.
  • Date material supplied.
  • Completion date for contracted work.

Reporting Requirements for the Drywall Industry.

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