industrial disease

  1. disease or disability resulting from conditions of employment (usually from long exposure to a noxious substance or from continuous repetition of certain acts)
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  • Regulations also provide for the notification of prescribed industrial diseases and accidents.
  • Industrial diseases should be made "notifiable," so that they can be controlled by the factory or health department. Civics and Health
  • The judgement on three test cases is one of the most significant in the history of industrial disease.
  • The inquest's verdict was death due to industrial disease.
  • The death was caused by an industrial disease or related to the deceased's employment or to an accident, violence, neglect, abortion, or poisoning.
  • 20,000 people die from industrial diseases every year, 4,000 of those from asbestos exposure alone.
  • He then submitted that the same principle should apply to sequential causes of industrial disease.
  • The industrial disease pneumoconiosis is caused by inhaling what? April 2007
  • These were harrowing occasions since most of those present were, almost by definition, in advanced stages of chronic industrial disease.
  • But a new strain of industrial diseases is taking their place.
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