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USL&H - Longshoreman Insurance

​Amphibious Worker                                           
Barge Worker
Bin Deck Operator
Blower
Boat Operator
Boilermaker
Book Clerk
Burner (Ship-Breaker
Cargo Loader and Unloader
Cargo Operations Manager
Carpenter
Checker
Chip-Pile Operator
Chipper
Clean-Up Crew Member
Clerk
Computer Trainer
Concrete Finisher
Construction Foreman
Construction Worker
Container Maintenance Mechanic
Container Refurbisher
Container Repairman
Container Stripper
Container Stuffer
Cooper
Cotton Header
Courier
Crane Operator
Dark Room Assistant
Deck Engineer
Deckhand
Delivery Clerk
Dispatcher
Diver
Electronics Weapon Planner
Equipment operator 
Expediter
Fish Spotter (Airplane Pilot)
Fitter
Foreman
Forklift Operator
Form Carpenter
Gear Locker Man
Hold Man/Driver/Sorter
Hustler
Keyman
Insulation Installer
Ironworker
Labor Relations Representative
Laborer
Linesman
Loader
Longshoreman Instructor
Machinery Maintenance Worker
Machine Operator
Maintenance Worker
Machinist
Maintenance Crew
Maintenance Mechanic
Maintenance Worker
Nuclear Shop Fitter
Offshore Oil Field Worker
Offshore Platform Construction Worker
Oil Gauger
Oiler
Painters/Sandblaster
Parts Coordinator
Petroleum Inspector
Pickup Driver
Pile Driver
Pilebutt
Pipe Clerk
Pipe Inspector
Pipefitter
Plan File Clerk
Pondman
Pumphouse Operator
Pumpman
Purchasing Agent
Railroad Workers
Recreational Boat Inspector
Reproduction Clerk
Restaurant Vessel Worker
Rigger
Roustabout
Safety Inspector
Scrap Metal Worker
Security Guard
Senior Material Planner
Senior Office Clerk
Senior Reproduction Clerk
Sheet Metal Worker
Ship-Breaker
Shipbuilder
Ship Repairman
Shipfitter
Shipfitter Helper
Small Boat Shipbuilder
Steel Rigger/Erector
Stevedoring Mechanic
Stripper (of boats not in a saloon!)
Structural Fitter
Supervisor
Swamper  (Lynyrd Skynyrd  lol!)
Tankerman
Terminal Operator
Timekeeper
Torch Operator
Track Maintenance Crew Member
Trailer Interchange
Receiving Man
Trainee
Truck and Car Driver
Utility Man
Vessel Planning and Stowage Coordinator
Warehouseman
Welder
Wireless Operator
Wireline Operator
Worker Fabricating Ship Components and Modules
Worker in Transit


Call us at  844-667-6640​ for a consultation in order to best navigate the expensive waters of Longshoreman Insurance.

To follow is a list of occupations that most likely could be considered longshoremen:

Longshoreman Insurance seems to be a "mystery" to most clients who buy it.  They are required to have it.  They buy it because they have to but rarely do most understand it.  Did you know that there are 7 factors or 7 "Secrets" in the Longshoreman Insurance world that can really save you a lot of money?  A conversation with our experts may be a good idea for you and your company.


A frequently asked question comes up, "Is there a list of occupations that have been held to require Longshoreman Insurance?"


(An interesting thought to ponder: What about Noah?  If he lived and worked in the USA today would Noah have needed Longshoreman Insurance?  Think about that one!)
Now back to the serious business of Longshoreman Insurance.
The following list does not list everyone but represents certain occupations that have met the "status test" in certain situations and conditions.  Take a look a how broad the list is. However, remember that not every person who is employed in one of these occupations is to be considered to be a "longshoreman" worker!