WSR 04-05-009

DEPARTMENT OF

LABOR AND INDUSTRIES

[ Filed February 6, 2004, 4:09 p.m. ]


Notice of Prevailing Rate of Wage Change - Skagit County


As per RCW 39.12.015, 39.12.020 and WAC 296-127-011 the Department of Labor and Industries has determined that the prevailing rate of wage published on February 3, 2004, (WSR 04-04-077) for the sheet metal worker classification in Skagit County was incorrect. The department made the correction on February 6, 2004, and the correct rate will appear in the publication to be effective March 3, 2004. The correct prevailing rate of wage and apprenticeship wages for the classification of sheet metal worker in Skagit County is:


Journey Level Wage:


Prevailing Wage Category Prevailing Wage Overtime Code Holiday Code Note Code
Sheet Metal Worker $38.15 1E 5B N/A

Apprenticeship Wages:



State of Progression and Hour Range Prevailing Wage Overtime Code Holiday Code Note Code
1: 0-2000 Hours - 45.0% $17.22 1E 5B N/A
2: 2001-3000 Hours - 50.0% $21.44 1E 5B N/A
3: 3001-4000 Hours - 55.0% $22.88 1E 5B N/A
4: 4001-5000 Hours - 60.0% $24.35 1E 5B N/A
5: 5001-6000 Hours - 65.0% $25.79 1E 5B N/A
6: 6001-7000 Hours - 70.0% $27.25 1E 5B N/A
7: 7001-8000 Hours - 75.0% $28.71 1E 5B N/A
8: 8001-9000 Hours - 80.0% $30.15 1E 5B N/A
9: 9001-10000 Hours - 85.0% $31.62 1E 5B N/A

The department has determined that this change is necessary to correct an error that was made in updating these wages. Absent this change, L&I will be enforcing an incorrect prevailing wage, which irreparably harms contractors, workers and the people of the state of Washington. This correction is necessary to ensure the correct application of prevailing wages and the general welfare.

Josh Swanson

Prevailing Wage Manager

Industrial Statistician

Legislature Code Reviser 

Register

Washington State Code Reviser's Office