Occupational disease workers compensation
What carcinogens for which target organs?
Mineral oils: skin cancer, bladder, lung. Dust of wood: cancers of the nasal . silica: lung formaldehyde cancers: cancers of the nose pharynx. tars: skin cancer, lung, bladder. Chrome and derivatives: cancers of the nasal cavity, sinuses, and derivatives lung. Nickel: cancers of the nasal cavity, sinuses, lung. asbestos: lung cancer, cancer of the pleura. Benzene: cancer of the bone marrow, the blood.
Why is it important to declare an occupational disease?
The care and treatment related to occupational disease will be supported 100% by health insurance, no upfront fees. Daily allowances in case of absence from work due to occupational disease are higher in case of simple sick. In addition, there is no waiting period. Social protection towards the dismissal for repeated absences is important. In case of dismissal (with not reclassifying), allowances are doubled. In case of permanent sequel, annuity or compensation is paid.
The declaration of an occupational disease can be made at any time, even after retirement, if one is seeking employment, if you changed jobs, etc. The physician must write a detailed medical certificate (Form single accident-related illness). The victim sends it to its health insurance fund, accompanied by a completed declaration of occupational disease.