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• HAND DERMATITIS
CLEANERS HAIRDRESSERS


TINY QUANTITIES MAY BE SUFFICIENT TO CAUSE ALLERGY,
WHEREAS A CERTAIN MINIMUM EXPOSURE IS NECESSARY FOR
IRRITANT CONTACT DERMATITIS.








Irritant contact dermatitis due Irritant contact dermatitis in
to glass fibers. a taxidermist due
to contact with adhesives
used in the occupation.



Contact allergy to computer keyboard wrist rests is generally an allergy to
a thiuram accelerator used in manufacture of the synthetic neoprene
rubber
Due to Latex Gloves













Topical Corticosteroid Type of Patient Location and
Strength Description

Very Potent Adult Localized area, resistant


(Betametasone) thick lesions, palms,
soles, scalp

Potent Adult Localized area, thick


(Diflucortolone ) lesions, palms, soles,
scalp

Moderately Potent Adult, Child Extensive area of skin


(Triamcinolone)

Weak/Mildly Potent Adult, Child, Infant Face, folds, genitals,


(Hydrocortisone) extensive areas of skin




The hands, wrists and forearms are the most frequent sites of
involvement in cases of industrial contact dermatitis. The hands and
wrists of this worker with a chronic dermatitis show the effect of long
term exposure to a solvent, in this case kerosene, which was used
for cleaning the skin.


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Requirements for Compensation
• ▪ Prevention
• ▪ Avoid exposure to
offending agent
• ▪ Process isolation
• ▪ Improved ventilation and
enclosure

▪ Worker education
▪ PPE





Duration per day, Sound levels, dBA
Hours
8 85-90
6 92
4 95
3 97
2 100
1-1/2 102
1 105
½ 110
¼ 115












ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

CEREBRO-VASCULAR ACCIDENTS
REPETITIVE STRESS SYNDROME OR
OCCUPATIONAL OVERUSE SYNDROME











CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME


CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME





CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME









DE QUERVAIN’S TENDINITIS







DE QUERVAIN’S TENDINITIS
LOW BACK PAIN









NERVE ROOT PAIN










RED FLAGS FOR POSSIBLE SERIOUS
SPINAL PATHOLOGY









PSYCHOSOCIAL RISK FACTORS: ‘YELLOW
FLAGS’






LOW BACK PAIN








LOW BACK PAIN





VIBRATION SYNDROME


STAGES OF VIBRATION SYNDROME
Stage Condition of Fingers Work and Social Interference
No tingling, numbness, or No complaints
00
blanching of fingers
OT Intermittent tingling No interference with activities
ON Intermittent numbness "
Intermittent tingling and
TN "
numbness
Blanching of a fingertip with
01 or without tingling and/or "
numbness
Blanching of one or more Possible interference with
02 fingers beyond tips, usually Non-work activities; no interference
during winter at work
Extensive blanching of Definite interference at work, at
03 fingers; during summer and home, and with social activities;
winter restriction of hobbies
Extensive bla nching of most Occupation usually changed
04 fingers; during summer and because of severity of signs and
winter symptoms
VIBRATION SYNDROME






VIBRATION SYNDROME





VIBRATION SYNDROME



VIBRATION SYNDROME







ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE DISORDERS
(DYSBARISM)







DECOMPRESSION SICKNESS


BAROTRAUMA







BAROTRAUMA



OCCUPATIONAL INFECTIONS

THE FOLLOWING TABLE CLASSIFIES OCCUPATIONAL


INFECTIONS INTO 6 CATEGORIES:
• CONTACT WITH INFECTED LIVING ANIMAL
• CONTACT WITH CONTAMINATED ANIMAL PRODUCT

• TICK, FLEA, OR MITE BITE


• CONTACT WITH HUMAN OR ANIMAL WASTE

• CONTACT WITH INFECTED PATIENT OR BLOOD


• RAISE DUST CONTAINING THE PATHOGEN
OCCUPATIONAL INFECTIONS
MANAGEMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL
INFECTIONS


WORK-RELATED CANCER
(SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE OF CARCINOGENICITY: A CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP HAS BEEN
ESTABLISHED BETWEEN EXPOSURE TO THE AGENT.)