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Occupations and Hazardous Substance

Occupation

Hazardous Substance

Edison Storage Battery Workers

Mercury and its compounds

Electric Induction Furnace Workers

Mercury and its compounds

Electric Linemen (see also Cable Splicers)

Ultraviolet Rays and Infrared Rays

Electrical Condenser Makers

 

Chlorinated Diphenyls

Chlorinated Naphthalenes

Electrical Transformer Makers

 

Chlorinated Naphthalenes

Chlorinated Diphenyls

Electricians

 

Ozone

Ultraviolet Rays and Infrared Rays

Electrode Makers

 

Tar and pitch

Organic dust

Electrolytic Process (Copper) Workers

Arsine / Arseniuretted hydrogen

Electroplaters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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)

Organic dust

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

Ammonia

Trichloroethylene / Perchloroethylene

Benzine

Silver and its compounds

Arsine / Arseniuretted hydrogen

Inorganic dust (no free silica)

Hydrofluoric Acid / Fluoric Acid

Cadmium and its compounds

Carbon Disulfide

Chlorinated Naphthalenes

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

Antimony and its compounds

Hydrochloric Acid

Arsenic and its compounds (except arsine)

Manganese and its compounds

Nickel and its compounds (i.e., Nickel Carbonyl)

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Potassium hydroxide

Sulfuric Acid / Sulphuric Acid

Tetrachloroethane / Acetylene Tetrachloride

Formic Acid

Carbon Tetrachloride

Hydrocyanic Acid

Electroplaters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cyanides

Mercury and its compounds

Nitric Acid

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

Alkalis

Organic dust

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

Inorganic dust (no free silica)

Ammonia

Antimony and its compounds

Inorganic dust

Embalmers

 

Mercury and its compounds

Formaldehyde

Embalming Fluid Makers

Mercury and its compounds

Embossers

Mercury and its compounds

Embroidery Workers

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

Emery Wheel Makers

 

 

Inorganic dust (no free silica)

Inorganic dust

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

Enamel Makers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether / Cellosolve / Methyl Cellosolve

Hydrochloric Acid

Turpentine and Turpentine Oil

Arsenic and its compounds (except arsine)

Antimony and its compounds

Tetrachloroethane / Acetylene Tetrachloride

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

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

Hydrofluoric Acid / Fluoric Acid

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

Carbon Disulfide

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

Barium and its compounds

Amyl Acetate

Manganese and its compounds

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

Ethyl Acetate

Nitric Acid

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Enamel Ware Makers

Arsine / Arseniuretted hydrogen

Enameling Workers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nickel and its compounds (i.e., Nickel Carbonyl)

Amyl Acetate

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

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

Turpentine and Turpentine Oil

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

Carbon Disulfide

Tetrachloroethane / Acetylene Tetrachloride

Manganese and its compounds

Arsenic and its compounds (except arsine)

Antimony and its compounds

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

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Arsine / Arseniuretted hydrogen

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Hydrochloric Acid

Ethyl Acetate

Inorganic dust (free silica)

Benzine

Engineers (Stationary)

Inorganic dust (no free silica)

Engravers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hydrochloric Acid

Inorganic dust (no free silica)

Copper and its compounds

Mercury and its compounds

Oxalic Acid

Nitric Acid

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

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

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

Alkalis

Sodium hydroxide

Sulfuric Acid / Sulphuric Acid

Inorganic dust

Etchers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hydrochloric Acid

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Hydrofluoric Acid / Fluoric Acid

Phenol

Sulfuric Acid / Sulphuric Acid

Arsine / Arseniuretted hydrogen

Nitric Acid

Oxalic Acid

Ether Makers

Sulfuric Acid / Sulphuric Acid

Ethyl Benzene Makers

Ethyl Benzene

Ethyl Bromide Makers

 

Ethyl Bromide - a brominated hydrocarbon

Ethyl Chloride - a chlorinated hydrocarbon

Ethyl Bromide Users

 

Ethyl Bromide - a brominated hydrocarbon

Brominated Hydrocarbons

Ethyl Chloride Makers

 

Ethyl Bromide - a brominated hydrocarbon

Ethyl Chloride - a chlorinated hydrocarbon

Ethyl Chloride Users

Brominated Hydrocarbons

Ethylene Dibromide Makers

 

Bromine

Ethylene Dibromide - a brominated hydrocarbon

Ethylene Dibromide Users

Ethylene Dibromide - a brominated hydrocarbon

Ethylene Dichloride Makers

Dichloroethane / Ethylene dichloride (see also Ethylene chloride)

Ethylene Dichloride Users

Dichloroethane / Ethylene dichloride (see also Ethylene chloride)

Ethylene Oxide Makers

Ethylene Oxide

Ethylene Oxide Users

Ethylene Oxide

Examiners Using Fluoroscope or X-Ray

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

Excavation Workers

Inorganic dust (free silica)

Explosives Workers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Formaldehyde

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

Nitric Acid

Sulfuric Acid / Sulphuric Acid

Amyl alcohol

Nitrogen oxide (nitrous fumes and gases) and nitric acid

Phenol

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

Bromine

Amyl Acetate

Nitroglycerin

Carbon Disulfide

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

Mercury and its compounds

Picric Acid / Trinitrophenol

Arsenic and its compounds (except arsine)

Thallium and its compounds

Aniline and other amido compounds of benzol and its homologues

Phosphorus and its compounds

Methanol / Methyl alcohol

Phosphine / Phosphoretted hydrogen

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

Pyridine

Cresol / Cresylic acid

Acetaldehyde / Ethyl aldehyde

Acetone

Ammonia

Manganese and its compounds

Antimony and its compounds

Dinitrophenol

Dintirophenol

Barium and its compounds

Amino Compounds of Benzol, Toluol and Xylol

Tetryl

Trinitrotoluol

Extractors (Oils and Fats)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acetone

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

Carbon Disulfide

Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

Petroleum Hydrocarbons and oils

Trichloroethylene / Perchloroethylene

Tetrachloroethane / Acetylene Tetrachloride

Dichloroethane / Ethylene dichloride (see also Ethylene chloride)

Alcohols

Cycloparaffins

Eye Paints for Ornamental or Cosmetic Purposes

 

Realgar

Arsenic and its compounds (except arsine)