The Percy Program

It is a fight to level the playing field to be able to compete for jobs and careers on the basis of skills and make available apprentice training to all. In 1973 Al Percy launched a class action lawsuit to give workers like him a chance to better their lot in life. It would also ensure the availability of skilled workers to build the infrastructure of the future. Who is Al Percy? What is the lawsuit?

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Percy Program - Alternative Employment Practice EDNY 20-cv-06131

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Case 1:20-cv-06131-CLP Document 22-21 Filed 03/14/21 Page 44 of 64 PageID #: 2776 Surety bonding is a major obstacle for startup businesses to participate in the competitive bidding process to obtain work, especially for disadvantaged enterprises. A market for disadvantaged businesses to obtain contractor surety bonding shall be made available. The mission is to further provide technical support to assist startup and progress toward successful operation of the bonded contractors. The mission is to provide a market for disadvantaged businesses to obtain contractor surety bonding. The mission is to further provide technical support to assist startup and progress toward successful operation of the bonded contractors. Accident and Health and Disablity Accident and Health and Disability coverage is an option to be included in the insurance package. 42 | P age

Case 1:20-cv-06131-CLP Document 22-21 Filed 03/14/21 Page 45 of 64 PageID #: 2777 UNDERWRITING GUIDELINES Workers Compensation Underwriting Exclusions 1. Obligations or liability arising under the Jones Act. 2. Obligations or liability arising under USL and H coverage. 3. Commercial Airline flight Crews 4. Professional Sports Teams written as such except administrative personnel who do not travel with the team. Excluded personnel include players, coaches, trainers and all other personnel who regularly travel with the team to away events. 5. Loss or injury occasioned by acts of war, war-like acts, war, invasion, hostilities, acts of foreign enemies of any kind, civil war, rebellion, insurrection, military or usurped power, or martial law or confiscation by order of any government or public authority. 6. Assumed Reinsurance. 7. All liability of an Employer arising by contract, operation of law, or otherwise, from its participation or membership, whether voluntary or involuntary, in any insolvency fund. "Insolvency Fund" includes any guaranty fund, insolvency fund, plan, pool, association, fund or other arrangement, howsoever denominated, established or governed, which provides for any assessment of or payment or assumption by the Employer of part or all of any claim, debt, charge, fee, or other obligation of an insurer, or its successors or assigns, which has been declared by any competent authority to be insolvent, or which is otherwise deemed unable to meet any claim, debt, charge, fee or other obligation in whole or in part. 8. Losses arising directly or indirectly out of nuclear incident. 9. Railroads, except scenic railways, and access lines and industrial aid owner operations when written as an incidental part of an insured’s overall operations. 10. Work and navigation of any commercial vessel. Additional Requirements 1. Minimum of ,000 in estimated annual payroll unless pre-approved by underwriting. 43 | P age

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