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Occupation

Hazardous Substance

Damascening Workers

 

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Nitric Acid

Damasking Workers

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

De-Brassers

 

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Nitric Acid

Decorating

Turpentine and Turpentine Oil

Decorators (Pottery)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Turpentine and Turpentine Oil

Mercury and its compounds

Lead and its compounds (i.e., lead sulphuret)

Benzine

Arsenic and its compounds (except arsine)

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Degreasers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trichloroethylene / Perchloroethylene

Chlorinated naphthalenes

Tetrachloroethylene / Perchloroethylene

Tetrachloroethane / Acetylene Tetrachloride

Carbon Disulfide

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Carbon Tetrachloride

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

Diethylene Dioxide / Dioxan

Dichloroethyl Ether

Dichloroethane / Ethylene dichloride (see also Ethylene chloride)

Methylene chloride / Dichloromethane

Cycloparaffins

Degreasers (Fertilizer Leather)

 

Benzine

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Denaturing Spirits

 

Methanol / Methyl alcohol

Pyridine

Dental Workers

 

Mercury and its compounds

Lead and its compounds (i.e., lead sulphuret)

Dentists

 

Mercury and its compounds

X rays, radium and other radioactive substances (i.e., Radiothorium, Mesothorium)

Depilatory Makers

 

Barium and its compounds

Thallium and its compounds

Detinning Workers

Chlorine

Detonator Cleaners

Mercury and its compounds

Detonator Fillers

Mercury and its compounds

Devil Operators (Felt Hats)

 

Mercury and its compounds

Organic dust

Diamond Cutters

 

 

Organic dust

Inorganic dust

Inorganic dust (no free silica)

Diamond Polishers

Lead and its compounds (i.e., lead sulphuret)

Diatomaceous Earth Workers

Inorganic dust (free silica)

Dichlorethane Workers

Dichloroethane / Ethylene dichloride (see also Ethylene chloride)

Digester House Workers (including Paper and Pulp)

 

Sulfur dioxide / Sulphur dioxide / Sulphurous Acid

Hydrogen sulfide / Sulfretted hydrogen / Hydricsulphide sulfureted

Dimethyl Sulphate Makers

 

 

 

 

 

Dimethyl Sulfate

Arsine / Arseniuretted hydrogen

Methanol / Methyl alcohol

Sulfuric Acid / Sulphuric Acid

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Nitric Acid

Dinitrobenzol Workers

 

 

 

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Nitrobenzol / Nitrobenzene and other nitro compounds of benzol and its homologues

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Nitric Acid

Dinitrophenol Workers

 

 

 

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Dinitrophenol

Nitric Acid

Phenol

Dioxan Users

Diethylene Dioxide / Dioxan

Dioxan Workers

Diethylene Dioxide / Dioxan

Dippers (Gun Cotton)

 

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Nitric Acid

Dippers (Rubber)

 

 

 

Benzine

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Carbon Tetrachloride

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Disinfectant Makers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ozone

Glycols

Cyanogen and its compounds (i.e., Dicyanogen, Prussic Acid, Natrium Cyanide, Rhodanic Compounds)

Phosphorus and its compounds

Sulfur chloride / Sulphur chloride

Phenol

Trichloroethylene / Perchloroethylene

Sulfur dioxide / Sulphur dioxide / Sulphurous Acid

Tetrachloroethane / Acetylene Tetrachloride

Thallium and its compounds

Turpentine and Turpentine Oil

Ultraviolet Rays and Infrared Rays

Hydrocyanic Acid

Dichloroethane / Ethylene dichloride (see also Ethylene chloride)

Ethylene Oxide

Picric Acid / Trinitrophenol

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

Amino Compounds of Benzol, Toluol and Xylol

Acetaldehyde / Ethyl aldehyde

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Brominated Hydrocarbons

Bromine

Formaldehyde

Arsenic and its compounds (except arsine)

Mercury and its compounds

Chlorine

Carbon Tetrachloride

Cyanides

Chloride of Lime

Chlorobenzols

Cresol / Cresylic acid

Diethylene Dioxide / Dioxan

Aniline and other amido compounds of benzol and its homologues

Chlorobenzols

Carbon Disulfide

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Nitric Acid

Barium and its compounds

Nicotine and Tobacco

Lead and its compounds (i.e., lead sulphuret)

D.D.T.

Methyl Formate

Disinfecting Agents Makers

Chlorine

Disinfection

 

 

 

Formaldehyde

Sulfur dioxide / Sulphur dioxide / Sulphurous Acid

Chloride of Lime

Carbon Disulfide

Doffers (Textile )

 

Organic dust

Organic dust

Driers (Felt Hats)

Methanol / Methyl alcohol

Driers (Lacquer)

 

 

 

 

 

Ultraviolet Rays and Infrared Rays

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Methanol / Methyl alcohol

Ketones (including Hexone, Hexanone)

Ethyl Acetate

Amyl Acetate

Driers (Rubber)

 

 

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Carbon Disulfide

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Drillers (Rock)

 

Inorganic dust (free silica)

Inorganic dust (no free silica)

Dry Cleaners

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Methanol / Methyl alcohol

Dichloroethane / Ethylene dichloride (see also Ethylene chloride)

Carbon Tetrachloride

Benzine

Carbon Disulfide

Dichloroethylene

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Oxalic Acid

Tetrachloroethylene / Perchloroethylene

Turpentine and Turpentine Oil

Amyl Acetate

Tetrachloroethane / Acetylene Tetrachloride

Trichloroethylene / Perchloroethylene

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Dye Makers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Naphthols

Cyanides

Uranium and its compounds

Chromium and its compounds (i.e., Chromic Acid, Chromates, Bichromates, Chromium Colors)

Vanadium and its compounds

Cresol / Cresylic acid

Phenol

Phosgene

Phenyl Hydrazine

Cyanogen and its compounds (i.e., Dicyanogen, Prussic Acid, Natrium Cyanide, Rhodanic Compounds)

Amyl alcohol

Nitrobenzol / Nitrobenzene and other nitro compounds of benzol and its homologues

Methyl Bromide - a brominated hydrocarbon

Acetaldehyde / Ethyl aldehyde

Antimony and its compounds

Turpentine and Turpentine Oil

Formic Acid

Acridine

Ethyl Chloride - a chlorinated hydrocarbon

Ammonia

Furfural

Hydrogen sulfide / Sulfretted hydrogen / Hydricsulphide sulfureted

Hydrochloric Acid

Sulfur dioxide / Sulphur dioxide / Sulphurous Acid

Arsenic and its compounds (except arsine)

Aniline and other amido compounds of benzol and its homologues

Formaldehyde

Ethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether / Cellosolve / Methyl Cellosolve

Ethylene Chlorohydrin

Diethylene Dioxide / Dioxan

Dimethyl Sulfate

Dinitrophenol

Sulfuric Acid / Sulphuric Acid

Oxalic Acid

Picric Acid / Trinitrophenol

Trichloroethylene / Perchloroethylene

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Thallium and its compounds

Pyridine

Brominated Hydrocarbons

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Nitric Acid

Methylene chloride / Dichloromethane

Methyl Chloride

Methanol / Methyl alcohol

Mercury and its compounds

Manganese and its compounds

Lead and its compounds (i.e., lead sulphuret)

Ethyl Bromide - a brominated hydrocarbon

Sodium hydroxide

Butyl Alcohol

Acetone

Arsine / Arseniuretted hydrogen

Barium and its compounds

Bromine

Carbon Tetrachloride

Chloride of Lime

Chlorine

Dintirophenol

Aromatic Hydrocarbons (i.e., Naphthalene, Anthracene)

Chlorobenzols

Amino Compounds of Benzol, Toluol and Xylol

Alkalis

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

Dye Workers

 

 

 

Cyanogen and its compounds (i.e., Dicyanogen, Prussic Acid, Natrium Cyanide, Rhodanic Compounds)

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Picric Acid / Trinitrophenol

Oxalic Acid

Dyers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lead and its compounds (i.e., lead sulphuret)

Manganese and its compounds

Formaldehyde

Dichloroethane / Ethylene dichloride (see also Ethylene chloride)

Methanol / Methyl alcohol

Chromium and its compounds (i.e., Chromic Acid, Chromates, Bichromates, Chromium Colors)

Hydrofluoric Acid / Fluoric Acid

Nitric Acid

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Phenol

Pyridine

Sulfur chloride / Sulphur chloride

Titanium oxide / Titanium dioxide

Picric Acid / Trinitrophenol

Uranium and its compounds

Oxalic Acid

Cochineal

Arsenic and its compounds (except arsine)

Neuwied Green

Hydrogen sulfide / Sulfretted hydrogen / Hydricsulphide sulfureted

Vanadium and its compounds

Benzene / Benzol (including naphtha and gasoline) and its homologues (Toluol and Xylol)

Aromatic Hydrocarbons (i.e., Naphthalene, Anthracene)

Acetone

Amino Compounds of Benzol, Toluol and Xylol

Ammonia

Amyl Acetate

Aniline and other amido compounds of benzol and its homologues

Antimony and its compounds

Scheele's Green

Hydrochloric Acid