Order On The List Of Occupational Diseases Reported Before 1St January 2005

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om fortegnelse over erhvervssygdomme anmeldt før 1. januar 2005

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Overview (table of contents)

Appendix 1

List of occupational diseases


Appendix 2

Extract from the IARC list, see. Annex 1, Group F.


Appendix 3

Index


The full text
Order on the list of occupational diseases reported before 1st January 2005
Pursuant to § 10 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, 3rd section. the Act on Protection against the Consequences of Industrial Injuries, cf.. Legislative Decree no. 943 of 16 October 2000, pursuant to § 85 a paragraph. 2, the Workers' Compensation Act, see. Legislative Decree no. 848 of 7 September 2009, continue to apply in case of accident, sudden lifting injuries and short-term, harmful effects occurring before 1 January 2004 and to occupational diseases reported before January 1, 2004, and pursuant to § 11 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, 3rd section. in Decree no. 273 of 24 April 2001 on the entry into force of the Act on Protection against the Consequences of Industrial Injuries in Greenland, which pursuant to § 79 paragraph. 5 of the Decree no. 991 of 9 October 2008, continue to apply in case of accident, sudden lifting injuries and short-term, harmful effects occurring before 1 January 2009 and for occupational diseases notified prior to 1 January 2009, for:

§ 1. For a disease to be recognized as an occupational disease, cf.. Act § 10 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, the following general conditions must be met:

1) The harmful exposure shall intensity and duration equal to the exposure for which there is established a causal relationship between exposure and disease.

2) There must be a clinical picture similar to the clinical picture, which has been proven a causal relationship between exposure and disease.

3) There must be no information of factors that make it very likely that the disease was caused by factors other than the work-related, meaning. Act on Protection against the Consequences of Industrial Injuries, § 11 paragraph. 1.

PCS. 2. If there are factors that are not work-related but are believed to contribute to disease recognized as an occupational disease Subject to these factors, see. Act § 12 paragraph. 2. The amount of the compensation shall only be paid for the part of the disease caused by occupational exposure, see. Act § 26

PCS. 3. In addition, specific conditions listed under each item on the list to be met.

§ 2. This Order shall enter into force on 1 July 2012 and will from that date apply in determining whether a disease notified before 1 January 2005 may be recognized as an occupational disease, where the case is reopened in accordance with § 24

PCS. 2. At the same time, Executive Order no. 1317 of 23 November 2010 on the list of occupational diseases reported before 1st January 2005.

PCS. 3. This Order shall also apply to decisions taken by the National Board before the Order becomes effective and brought before the Appeals Board. This does not apply if the notice is exacerbating existing conditions for recognition.

Injuries, June 26, 2012
Anne Lind Madsen
/ Merete Roos



Appendix 1

List of occupational diseases








Group A







Diseases for medical and technical experience can be caused by the following chemical substances:





Examples of typical risk areas if necessary. specifying a in the area of ​​chemical substance often used:










1.


Arsenic and some arsenic compounds:
Skin cancer, neuritis (peripheral polyneuropathy), cirrhosis of the liver (cirrhosis hepatis), lung cancer.



Chemical and metallurgical industry. Medical industry. Production of acids and wood preservatives.









2.



Beryllium and some beryllium compounds:
Beryllium lung disease.



Porcelain and ceramic industry, electronic and nuclear (nuclear) industry.









3.


Carbon monoxide, phosgene, hydrogen cyanide, cyansalte, cyanic and cyanates:
Carbon monoxide:
Organic brain injury following heavy intoxication and unconsciousness.
Acrylonitrile:
Inflammation of the liver (hepatitis toxica).
Isocyanates:
Lung disease with restricted lung function of the obstructive type.



Rooms where incomplete combustion occurs. Oxidation of chlorinated degreasing agents in the metal industry. Electroplating, steel hardening and gold and silver work.









4.


Cadmium and some of its compounds:
Kidney injury consistent with cadmium poisoning.



The galvanizing and color industry.









5.


Chrome and certain of its compounds:
Allergic eczema, bronchial asthma, inflammation of mucous membranes of the eyes and upper respiratory tract, perforation of the nasal septum, lung cancer after many years of substantial exposure.



Metal and dye industries. Cement Casting and use of chrome tanned products.









6


Mercury and some mercury compounds:
Organic brain injury consistent with chronic mercury poisoning, kidney damage (nephrotic syndrome).



Electrochemical and electromechanical industry. Laboratory work. Manufacture of measuring instruments.









7.


Manganese and some of it:
Shaking palsy (paralysis agitans) following heavy exposure to manganese.



Production of dry cells and paints and dyes.









8.


Nitric acid, nitrogen oxides, ammonia and ammonia compounds:
Permanent lung injury following heavy acute exposure.



Production of fertilizers, explosives, paints and varnishes. Metal etching, gelbbrænding. Use of nitric acid and by combustion of nitrogen containing products (fertilizers), refrigeration equipment.









9.


Nickel and cobalt as well as certain compounds:
Nickel:
Allergic eczema and lung cancer following several years of substantial exposure.

Cobalt:
Bronchial asthma, a carbide young.



Special steel, coins, jewelry.









10.


Phosphorus and certain compounds:
Polyneuropathy, pulmonary edema, permanent lung damage.



Manufacture of insecticides.









11.


Lead:
Premature intellectual impairment (toxic brain injury), neuritis (peripheral polyneuropathy), kidney damage (chronic interstitial nephritis).



Accumulator, dye and plastics industry. Scrapping.









12.


Sulphur dioxide, sulfuric acid, hydrogen sulfide:
Hydrogen sulfide:
Brain injury following heavy acute exposure.
Sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid:
Lung injury following heavy acute exposure.



Preparation of sulfuric acid. Paper, accumulator, soap, and artificial silk industry.









13


Thallium and its compounds:
Thallium poisoning (hair loss, neuritis and visual disturbances).



Manufacture of fireworks and rat poison.









14


Vanadium and its compounds:
Pneumonia.



Production of special steel, paints and varnishes.









15


Chlorine, bromine and iodine and their inorganic compounds, fluorine and its compounds:
Fluorosis, permanent lung injury following heavy acute exposure.



These substances (halogens) and their compounds are all widely used in many industries, for example. as bleaching agents.









16


Hydrocarbons and their derivatives:
Organic solvents:
Premature intellectual impairment (toxic brain injury), kidney damage (glomerulonephritis).
a) chlorinated solvents: Inflammation of the liver (hepatitis toxica).
b) Benzene: anemia (aplastic anemia), (cancer of blood myeloid leukemia).
c) Hexane, metylbutylketone: Neuritis (peripheral polyneuropathy).



Chemical products containing organic solvents (paints, lacquers, detergents, raw materials from the chemical and plastics industry, etc.).










17


Organic nitrogen (nitrogen) compounds:
2-naphthylamine: Bladder Cancer.
Benzidine: Bladder Cancer.
Dimethyl formamide: Inflammation of the liver (hepatitis toxica).



Chemical products containing amines, nitroamines mm instance in the food, dye and explosives industries.










Group B







Skin diseases caused by substances and influences that are not mentioned elsewhere:





Notes:










1.


Skin cancer and precancerous skin diseases caused by exposure to soot, tar, tarry asphalt, anthracene, mineral oils, slack wax and their various relations, products and waste.











2.


Skin diseases (allergic eczema) caused in the workplace of substances not listed elsewhere, where the sensitivity of the substance is safe shown.



For example: sensitivity to preservatives, rubber additives, latex, foods, etc.









3.


Other skin diseases (eg. Toxic eczema) caused by substances or influences that are not mentioned elsewhere, where there is certain correlation between the disease emergence and existence and one or more irritants or physical factors in the work environment.












Group C







Diseases caused by inhaling substances not mentioned elsewhere:





Risk areas:










1.


Silicosis.



Sandblasting, iron casting, stone cutting, etc.









2.


Diseases caused by asbestos:
a) Lung.
b) The widespread fibrosis of the pleura with affected lung function.
c) Cancer of the lung and peritoneum (malignant mesothelioma).

d) Cancer of the lungs (bronchial carcinoma) and throat (laryngeal cancer).
e) pleural plaques without lung



Working with asbestos insulation material, asbestos cement (Eternit), brake linings, etc.









3.


Pulmonary fibrosis caused by other silicon compounds.



Working with kaolin, talc, etc.









4.


Bronchopulmonary diseases caused by dust or fumes from aluminum or aluminum compounds and dust from hard metals.



Lung diseases caused by dust and / or fumes from these substances.









5.


Asthma (allergic and non-allergic) and rhinitis / conjunctivitis allergica, caused in the workplace by inhalation of dust or fumes from:
a) plants or plant products
b) animals or animal products
c) enzymes, dyes, persulphate salts, synthetic resin or medicaments and precursors thereof,
d) isocyanates and anhydrides of certain epoxy resins.



It is a prerequisite for recognition that it likely that the work exposure is the cause of the disease. The occurrence of symptoms in an asthmatic after exposure to nonspecific respiratory irritants are not covered by this item, unless the disease is permanently aggravated.









6


Lung disease caused by certain organic materials (fungal spores, animal protein, etc.):
Allergic alveolitis, humidifier, byssinosis.



Nature of the disease:
"Farmer's lung", "mushroom worker's lung 'ol' bird breeder's lung '.









7.


Chronic bronchitis / COPD caused by many years of massive exposure to vapors / gases / dust (organic / inorganic) and / or fumes, including dust from insulation, dust from grain and feed dust from wood processing and fumes from welding and flammehøvling. In smoking, chronic bronchitis usually recognized only if tobacco consumption has been modest.












Group D







Infections and infestations:





Nature of the disease:










1.



Infectious and parasitic diseases transmitted to humans from animals or animal materials. Same diseases caused by work in renovation construction, sewerage systems, etc.



For example: tetanus, psittacosis, Q-fever, undulant fever, anthrax, Weil's disease, tuberculous infection from animals.









2.


Infectious diseases in individuals as part of their work has had contact with blood, tissues, fluids, or other biological material from patients / people with the same type of infection.



For example: hepatitis, staphylococcus, tuberculosis, AIDS.









3.


Tropical diseases such. malaria, amebiasis, trypanosomiasis, dengue, pappataci, malta fever, relapsing fever, yellow fever, plague, leishmaniasis, framboesia, leprosy, typhus and other fevers caused by rickettsia.












Group E







Diseases caused by physical influences:





Notes / nature of the disease:










1.


Ionizing radiation (e.g. X-ray and gamma radiation).



Leukemia, cancer of the thyroid, breast cancer









2.


Cataract caused by radiant energy.











3.


Deafness or troublesome impaired hearing caused by noise.











4.


Diseases caused by work in compressed air.











5.


Bone and joint diseases as well as diseases of the vessels and nerves caused by continuous vibrations.



For example, "white finger ', neuropathy and carpal tunnel syndrome.









6


The following diseases, when there has been talk about varied work with qualitatively different job:

a) Tenosynovitis (tendovaginitis) and inflammation of the tendons and the tissue surrounding tendons (tendinitis and peritendinitis) on the forearms and hands, caused by unaccustomed and strenuous work when the disease occurs within 6 months after the unaccustomed work commencement.
b) Tennis elbow (epicondylitis lateralis)



It does not include digitus saltans (trigger finger).






either








i) Caused by unfamiliar and strenuous work when the disease occurs within 6 months after the unaccustomed work commencement








or








ii) Caused by quickly repeated and significant strenuous work movements.



For example: filetskærere and slaughterhouse workers who carry out cutting work.





c) Rotator cuff syndrome / impingementsyndrom or symptoms or changes in the long biceps tendon (tendinitis caput longum musculus bicipitis brachii)



For example, rotator cuff syndrome / impingementsyndrom, shoulder tendinitis and biceps tendinitis.






either








i) due to long-term static load with arms raised above shoulder height








or








ii) occurred after several years of strenuous and shoulder-straining work.



Usually the emphasis is on 6-8 years of strenuous and shoulder loading work.









7.


Chronic neck and shoulder pain when the following conditions are met:
a) There must have been a repetitive, monotonous precision work with static load on the shoulder girdle and fixation of the neck.
Examples include industrial sewing.
b) There must have been a work period of 108 months within 12 years of a total duration of 18 years with 9 months of work per year.
Basically, the emphasis is on 30 hours per week.
c) The disease must not be aggravated by any cessation or qualitatively changing jobs.
d) There shall be no significant competitive reasons, ie diseases that otherwise can explain the symptoms.



For example: rheumatoid arthritis, certain types of arthritic degeneration of the cervical spine.









8.


Diseases of ledkapslernes bursas caused by sustained pressure.




For example: inflammation of the bursa in front of the kneecap after kneeling work.









9.


a) Meniscus diseases caused by work in a squatting position under cramped working conditions.







b) Osteoarthritis of the knee joint (arthrosis genus) after kneeling and / or squatting work for many years.



The exposure period should generally be at least 20-25 years









10.


Nerve Paralysis as a result of external pressure.











11.


Chronic low-back diseases with pain when the following conditions are met:
either



For example, lumbago / sciatica, lumbar (e) herniation (s) or degenerative changes with daily or frequent pain.





a) That there have been back-loading lifting work through 8-10 years of lifting objects. There needs to have been a total daily lifting quantity of 8-10 tonnes or more, where each object has been heavy.
Pull upward equated with lift.



Basically, the individual burden have weighed:
50 kg for men or 35 kg for women.
The weight requirement for the particular burden reduced if there has been no
1) lifting above shoulder height
2) more than one lift per minute,
3) lifting during twisting,
4) lifts in a stooping position
5) lift for more than half an arm's length.







Each lift must be increased to at least 8 kg for men and 5 kg for women.







The requirements for the duration (8-10 years) will depend on the total daily quantity lifted.







The time requirement may be reduced if there has been a load of material of 10 tons a day, but never less than 3-4 years.







The requirements for the total daily lifting quantity (8-10 tons) may be reduced if there has been an unusually long exposure period, particular load conditions, or a combination of loads.







As examples of specific load conditions or combination of load conditions include:







Work in the fishing industry, lifting work in tight spaces, the combination of lifting work and iron binding in a stooping position in the lifting work.








The total daily lifting quantity can not be reduced to less than 4-6 tons depending on the type of exposure.






or








b) that there have been regular lifting work through at least 8 years, where extremely heavy single lifts carried out under awkward circumstances has been a regular part of the work, when at the same time has been a total daily lifting quantity of not less than 3-3 ½ tons.



Basically, each subject have weighed 100 kg or more.
The requirement to the weight of each object can be reduced to:
75-100 kg for men and 50-75 kg for women by one of the under 1) -5) above factors
50-75 kg for men and 35-50 kg for women by 2 of the under 1) -5) above factors
50 kg for men and 35 kg for women by 3 to under 1) -5) above factors.






or








c) that there have been at least 10 years of backbreaking work, with the care of adults or older handicapped children.



Basically, there have been back-loading care work for example. bedridden, dependent wheelchair users or other dependent patient / resident and back-loading care work equivalent to at least 20 daily patient / handling / transfers.







The requirements for the number of daily patient / handling / transfers may be reduced if there has been no significant more than 10 years of backbreaking work, or if the circumstances of the care work were unusually stressful.







The requirements for the number of daily patient / handling / transfers can not be reduced to below 10






or








d) that there has been exposure to vibration through 8-10 years.



Basically, there have been a daily exposure to vibration in the form of driving on an uneven surface with heavily vibrating vehicles such. tracked vehicles, construction machinery, cranes, tractors and other agricultural machinery, trucks and forestry machines.







The requirement for the duration may be reduced if there has been no particularly severe exposure or lack suspension / shock absorption. The time requirement can not be reduced to less than 3-4 years.









12.


Carpal tunnel syndrome caused by prolonged, repetitive, monotonous, strenuous wrist-loading work.



Eg. cutting work, where especially the wrist and / or forearm loaded with twisting movements in the presence of significant muscle strength.










13


Degenerative arthritis of both hip joints
(Arthrosis coxae primaria bilateralis)



Hip-loading lifting work with many heavy single lifts and a total daily lifting load of several tons for many years.










Group F







Cancers that are not mentioned elsewhere:








Cancer caused by a substance or exposure that is recorded on the IARC list of carcinogens and influences under categories 1 and 2a, when there is a proven link between occupational exposure and an increased risk of the cancer in humans, see. Annexes 2.







This means that for category 1 is concerned, the substances and influences omitted, which means that there is no question of an occupational exposure. In category 2a are the substances and influences omitted, which means that there is no occupational exposure, as well as the substances and influences, which does not have a well-documented link between occupational exposure and an increased risk of the cancer disease in humans.












Group G







Diseases of teeth and gums:





Risk areas:




1.


Sugar and melcaries localized in particular on the facial incisors (front faces). This caries must be developed for at least 5 years of total work in sugar and flour industry within a maximum period of 7 years. In addition, the disease can be documented later at the end of work in the industry.



Flour and bread factories, biscuits and wafer factories, chocolate factories, bakeries etc.









2.


Tooth wear (abrasion) of the third or fourth level of several teeth in the permanent dentition localized to the teeth chewing surfaces and / or the incisal edge. Tandsliddet must be developed for at least 5 years of total production work in an environment with demonstrated abrasives in the air within a maximum period of 7 years. In addition, the disease can be documented later at the end of work in the industry.



Tiled and pottery, insulation material industry, quarries and granite industry, concrete and cement foundries, employment by metal grinding.










Group H







Birth defects:






Nature of the disease:






The following birth defects recognized the child as entitled to compensation in accordance with § 10 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, provided that it is documented that the mother's work during pregnancy contracted an infection as mentioned under 1) or have been exposed to impact as mentioned under 2), 3) and 4) when also the Ordinance § 1 above general conditions are met:











1.



Infections:








a) Cytomegalo virus.



Congenital cytomegalvirusinfektion.





b) Hepatitis B virus.



Neonatal hepatitis B virus infection causing chronic carrier state.





c) Herpes simplex virus.



Neonatal herpes.





d) Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).



Congenital or neonatal HIV infection.





e) Listeria.



Inflammation of the brain.





f) Parvovirus B-19th



Kongenitinfektion.





g) Congenital rubella syndrome (rubella virus).



Congenital rubella syndrome.





h) Toxoplasmosis (toxoplasmosis).



Microcephaly, hydrocephalus, retinal inflammation of the liver.





i) Varicella zoster virus (skoldkopvirus).



Congenital varicellasyndrom or neonatalvaricella.









2.



Chemical substances:








a) Methylmercury.



Microcephaly, mental retardation.





b) Lead.



Inflammation of the brain, retarded development.





c) PCB (polychlorinated biphenyl)




Low birth weight, skin changes.









3.



Other adverse effects:








a) radiation (radioactivity).



Microcephaly, malignant diseases.





b) Extreme physical work.



Premature birth and associated complications.









4.


Physical trauma (accidents and violence).



Premature birth and associated complications.










Group I







Mental illness:





Effect:




1.


Post-traumatic stress disorder.



Traumatic events or situations of short or long duration of an exceptionally threatening or catastrophic nature.







Appendix 2

Extract from IARC list, see. Annex 1, Group F.1)








Group 1





Nature of the disease:




2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin (dioxin)



All cancers



4-Aminobiphenyl



Bladder cancer



aflatoxins



Liver cancer, bile duct cancer



Arsenic and its compounds



Bladder cancer



Beryllium and its compounds



lung cancer



Bis (chloromethyl) ether and chloromethyl methyl ether (technical grade)



Lung cancer (oat cell)



Cadmium and its compounds



lung cancer



erionite




mesothelioma



formaldehyde



Nasopharyngeal cancer



Hepatitis B virus



Liver cancer



Hepatitis C virus



Liver cancer



Crystalline silica (silica)



lung cancer



Nickel compounds



Næsehule- and sinuses



Passive smoking



lung cancer



Radium-226



Bone cancer, mucosal cancer of the sinuses and mastoid process (epithelial tumor)



Radium-228



Bone cancer



Radon and "radon daughters"



lung cancer



Mustard gas (sulfur mustard)



lung cancer



solar radiation



Skin cancer



Talc with asbestos-like fibers



lung cancer



Wood dust



Næsehule- and sinuses



Vinyl chloride



Primary liver cancer









mixtures






Shale oil



Skin cancer



coal tar



lung cancer



Coal tar



lung cancer









exposure conditions






Aluminium Production



lung cancer



Auramine, producing



Bladder cancer




Rubber industry



Bladder cancer



Haematite mining (underground) with radon exposure



lung cancer



Isopropyl alcohol-manufacture in strong acid process



Næsehule- and sinuses



Iron - and steel casting



lung cancer



Coke production



lung cancer



Coal gasification



Lung cancer, bladder cancer



Magenta, producing



Bladder cancer



Painter (occupational exposure as a)



lung cancer



Furniture and cabinet



Næsehule- and sinuses



Strong inorganic acid mists containing sulfuric acid (occupational exposure to)



Throat cancer, lung cancer



Boot and shoe manufacture and repair



Næsehule- and sinuses









Group 2A












Substances and groups of substances






1,3-Butadiene



Lymphoma, leukemia



4-chlorine-ortho-toluidine and its strong (hydrochloride) salts



Bladder cancer



4,4'-Methylbiskloranilin (MOCA))



Bladder cancer



Alfa-chlorinated toluene, benzyl chloride (combined)



lung cancer



ethylene oxide



leukemia



formaldehyde



Næsehule- and sinuses



Ortho-Toluidine



Bladder cancer




Particles of metallic cobalt with tungsten carbide



lung cancer



Tetrachloride Ethylene



Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma



Trichloroethylene



Liver cancer, bile duct cancer, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma



Inorganic lead compounds



Stomach cancer









mixtures






creosote



Skin cancer



Non-arsenic-containing insecticides (occupational exposure by spraying and application)



lung cancer



Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB)



Liver cancer, bile duct cancer



Diesel exhaust fumes



Lung cancer, bladder cancer








exposure conditions





Hairdresser or barber (occupational exposure as a)



Bladder cancer



Art glass, containers and earthenware (occupational exposure in the production of)



lung cancer



Oil refining (occupational exposure at)



Skin cancer and leukemia







Appendix 3

Index
The index contains diseases, influences and concepts set out in Annex 1 and 2, following. Order § 1
Although the disease and / or the exposure is mentioned on the list, that does not necessarily mean that disease and / or the exposure is subject to the same listing. It should be noted that both the general conditions as set out in § 1 of the plan and the special conditions listed in each section must be met see. § 1. 3.













Disease / impact / concept:





Group:









1,3-Butadiene



Group F, Group 2A



2-Naphthylamine



Group A, 17




2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin



Group F Group 1



4-Aminobiphenyl



Group F Group 1



4-chlorine-ortho-toluidine and its strong (hydrochloride) salts



Group F, Group 2A



4,4'-Methylbiskloranilin (MOCA)



Group F, Group 2A









A:






Abrasion (tooth wear)



Group G 2



acrylonitrile



Group A, 3



aflatoxins



Group F Group 1



Alfa-chlorinated toluene, benzyl chloride (combined)



Group F, Group 2A



Allergic alveolitis



Group C, 6



Aluminium



Group C, 4, Group F Group 1



Aluminium Production



Group F Group 1



Aminobiphenyl



Group F Group 1



ammonia



Group A, 8



amebiasis



Group D, 3



anhydrides



Group C, 5



Anthracene



Group B, 1



Aplastic anemia



Group A, 16b



arsenic



Group A, 1, Group F Group 1



Arthrosis coxae primaria bilateralis (osteoarthritis in both hips)



Group E, 13



Arthrosis genus (osteoarthritis of the knee)



Group E, 9b



asbestos




Group C, 2



Asbestos Similar fibers, talc with



Group F Group 1



asphalt



Group B, 1



asthma



Group A, 5, 9, Group C, 5



auramine



Group F Group 1









B:






Barber or hairdresser



Group F, Group 2A



beg



Group B, 1, Group F, Group 1



Stress disorder, post-traumatic



Group I, 1



benzene



Group A, 16b



benzidine



Group A, 17



Benzyl chloride and alpha-chlorinated toluenes (combined)



Group F, Group 2A



Beryllium, Beryllium lung disease



Group A, 2, group F, group 1



biceps tendinitis



Group E, 6c



Sinuses, mucous cancer



Group F Group 1



sinus cancer



Group F, Group 1 and 2A



Bird breeder's lung



Group C, 6



Bis (cloromethyl) ether



Group F Group 1



Blood cancer (leukemia)



Group A, 16b, Group F, Group 2A



Anemia (anemia)



Group A, 16b



lead



Group A, 11, Group H, 2



Lead compounds, inorganic



Group F, Group 2A




Bladder cancer



Group A, 17, Group F, Group 1 and 2A



hydrocyanic acid



Group A, 3



Brom



Group A, 15



Bronchitis, chronic / COL



Group C, 7



Bronchial carcinoma (lung cancer)



Group C, 2d



Broncho diseases



Group C, 4



breast cancer



Group E, 1



Peritoneal cancer (mesothelioma)



Group C, 2c, Group F Group 1



butadiene



Group F, Group 2A



byssinosis



Group C, 6









C:






Cadmium (cadmium)



Group A, 4, Group F, Group 1



Caries, sugar and flour



Group G 1



Chloromethylether



Group F Group 1



Cirrhosis hepatitis (liver cirrhosis)



Group A, 1



Conjunctivitis allergica



Group C, 5



creosote



Group F, Group 2A



Cyanates, cyansalte, cyanic



Group A, 3



cytomegalovirus



Group H, 1a









D:






vapors



Group C, 4, Group C, 5



dengue




Group D, 3



diesel engines



Group F, Group 2A



Digitus saltans



Group E, 6a



Dimethyl formamide



Group A, 17



Animals, animal material



Group D, 1



Animals, animal products



Group C, 5b, Group D, 1



Animal protein



Group C, 6



deafness



Group E, 3









E:






Eczema, toxic



Group B 3



Eczema, allergic



Group A, 5, Group A, 9, Group B, 2



Extreme physical work



Group H, 3b



enzymes



Group C, 5c



Epicondylitis lateralis (tennis elbow)



Group E, 6b and ii



Epithelial tumor



Group F Group 1



Epoxy resins



Group C, 5d



erionite



Group F Group 1



ethylene oxide



Group F, Group 2A









F:






Farmer's lung



Group C, 6



dyes



Group C, 5c



Fixation of neck



Group E, 7a




Flammehøvlingsrøg



Group C, 7



Fluor, fluorosis



Group A, 15



formaldehyde



Group F Group 1



phosphorus



Group A, 10



phosgene



Group A, 3



Birth defects



Group H



framboesia



Group D, 3



Hairdresser or barber



Group F, Group 2A



Physical trauma



Group H, 4



Physical influences



Group E



Birth, premature



Group H, 3b and 4a



Birth weight, low



Group H, 2c









G:






Bile Duct Cancer



Group F, Group 1 and 2A



Gamma Radiation



Group E, 1



Arthritic changes (cervical spine)



Group E, 7



Glass (art glass, containers and pottery)



Group F, Group 2A



glomerulonephritis



Group A, 16



Cataracts



Group E, 2



Yellow fever



Group D, 3



Rubber industry



Group F Group 1









H:







Hare Sick



Group H, 1h



hepatitis



Group D, 2



Hepatitis B virus



Group H, 1b, Group F, Group 1



Hepatitis C virus



Group F Group 1



Hepatitis toxica



Group A, 3, Group A, 16a, Group A, 17



Herpes simplex



Group H, 1c



hexane



Group A, 16c



Encephalitis



Group H, 1e, Group H, 2b



Brain damage, organic



Group A, 3, Group A, 6



Brain damage, toxic



Group A, 11, Group A, 16



Brain Injury



Group A, 12



Hip joints, osteoarthritis in both



Group E, 13



Skin changes



Group H, 2c



Skin cancer



Group A, 1, Group B, 1, Group F, Group 1 and 2A



Skin disorders, allergic



Group B, 2



Skin diseases, other



Group B 3



Skin diseases, precancerous



Group B, 1



Skin diseases



Group B



Squatting position



Group E, 9



Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)



Group H, 1d



Quickly repeated movements



Group E, 6bii



White fingers




Group E, 5



Haematite mining with radon exposure



Group F Group 1



Hair loss



Group A, 13









In:






IARC (Annex 2)



Group F



Impingementsyndrom



Group E, 6c



infection



Group D, 2



Infections, infectious



Group D, 1



Infectious diseases



Group D, Group H, 1



Insecticides (non-arsenic containing)



Group F, Group 2A



Ionizing radiation



Group E, 1



isocyanates



Group A, 3, Group C, 5d



Insulation Dust



Group C, 7



Isopropyl alcohol-producing



Group F Group 1









J:






Iron - and steel casting



Group F Group 1



iodine



Group A, 15









K:






Cadmium (cadmium)



Group A, 4, Group F, Group 1



Undulant fever



Group D, 1



Carpal tunnel syndrome



Group E, 5 and 12



Chemical substances




Group A, Group H, 2; Group F



chlorine



Group A, 15, Group F



Chlorinated solvents



Group A, 16



4-chlorine-ortho-toluidine and its strong (hydrochloride) salts



Group F, Group 2A



Bone - and joint diseases



Group E, 5



Bone cancer



Group F Group 1



knee diseases



Group E, 8, 9a and 9b



cobalt



Group A, 9



Cobalt (particles of metallic cobalt with tungsten carbide)



Group F, Group 2A



Coke production



Group F Group 1



Compressed air



Group E, 4



Grain and feed



Group C, 7



Strenuous



Group E, 6a, b and c



chrome



Group A, 5



Chromium compounds



Group F Group 1



Chronic bronchitis / COPD



Group C, 7



Chronic neck and shoulder pain



See neck and shoulder pain



cancer



Group A, Group B, Group C, 2c and d, Group F



hydrocarbons



Group A, 16



Coal gasification



Group F Group 1



Carbon monoxide



Group A, 3



Art glass, containers and pottery, production of



Group F, Group 2A



Synthetic resin




Group C, 5c



mercury



Group A, 6



nitrogen



Group A, 17



Nitrogen oxides



Group A, 8









L:






Laryngeal cancer (throat cancer)



Group C, 2d, Group F Group 1



Joint diseases



Group E, 5



leishmaniasis



Group D, 3



leprosy



Group D, 3



Pottery production of



Group F Group 1



leukemia



Group A, 16, Group E, 1, Group F, Group 2A



Hepatitis



See hepatitis



Liver cancer



Group F, Group 1 and 2A



Listeria



Group H, 1e



humidifier



Group C, 6



Lung



Group C, 2a



Pneumonia



Group A, 14



Pulmonary fibrosis



Group C, 3



Pleurisy (widespread formation of connective tissue)



Group C, 2b



Pleurisy Stains (pleural plaques patchy thickening of the pleura)



Group C, 2e



lung cancer



Group A, 1, 5 and 9, Group C, 2d, Group F Group 1 and 2A



Lung disease, obstructive



Group A, 3




Lung injury



Group A, 8, 10, 12 and 15



Pulmonary edema



Group A, 10



lymphoma



Group F, Group 2A



low-back diseases



Group E, 11



Lifting Work



Group E, 11 and 13









M:






magenta



Group F Group 1



malaria



Group D, 3



painter



Group F Group 1



Malignancies



Group H, 3a



Malta Fever



Group D, 3



manganese



Group A, 7



Mastoid, processus (mucosal cancer)



Group F Group 1



Stomach cancer



Group F Group 1



Melcaries



Group G 1



Meniscus diseases



Group E, 9a



Mental retardation



Group H, 2a



mesothelioma



Group C, 2c, Group F Group 1



Metallic cobalt, particles of tungsten carbide



Group F, Group 2A



Metall Young, hard



Group A, 9



Methylbiskloranilin (MOCA)



Group F, Group 2A



Methylmercury



Group H, 2a




metylbutylketone



Group A, 16c



Microcephalia



Group H, 2a and 3a



anthrax



Group D, 1



Mineral oils



Group B, 1



Mushroom worker's lung



Group C, 6



Myeloid leukemia



See leukemia



Furniture and cabinet



Group F Group 1









N:






Neck and shoulder pain



Group E, 7



naphtylamine



Group A, 17



nephritis



Group A, 11



Nephrotic syndrome (kidney damage)



Group A, 6



Nerve inflammation



Group A, 1, 13 and 16 c



Nerve Paralysis



Group E, 10



neuropathy



Group E, 5



nickel



Group A, 9, and Group F, Group 1



Nickel compounds



Group F Group 1



Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma



Group F, Group 2A



Kidney injury



Group A, 4, 6, 11 and 16



Nasal cavity and sinuses



Group F, Group 1 and 2A



The nasal partition, perforation



Group A, 5



Nasopharyngeal cancer




Group F Group 1









O:






Oil refining



Group 1, Group 2A



Organic brain



Group A, 3 and 6



Organic nitrogen (nitrogen) compounds



Group A, 17



Organic materials



Group C, 6



Organic solvents



Group A, 16



Ornitose



Group D, 1



Ortho-Toluidine



Group F Group 1



Upper arm (biceps)



Group E, 6c









P:






pappataci



Group D, 3



Paralysis agitans (shaking palsy)



Group A, 7



Parasitic diseases



Group D, 1



Parvovirus B-19



Group H, 1f



Passive smoking



Group F Group 1



PCB (polychlorinated biphenyl)



Group F, Group H, 2c, Group 2A



peritendinitis



Group E, 6a



Persulfates



Group C, 5



Pest



Group D, 3



Plants, plant products



Group C, 5



Plaques (pleural)



Group C, 2e




Care Work



Group E, 11c



Typhus



Group D, 3



Pleural plaques without lung



Group C, 2e



poliomyelitis



Group H, 1f



Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB)



Group F, Group H 2, c, Group 2 A



polyneuropathy



Group A, 1, 10, 11 and 16



Posttraumatic stress disorder



Group I, 1



Primary liver cancer



Group F Group 1



Mastoid (mucosal cancer)



Group F Group 1



Precision work



Group E, 7



Mental illness



Group I, 1









Q:






Q fever



Group D 1









R:






radioactivity



Group H, 3a



Radium-226



Group F Group 1



Radium-228



Group F Group 1



Radon and radon daughters



Group F Group 1



repetitive



Group E, 7a



Retardation, mental



Group H, 1a, 1b, 2a and 2b



Rheumatoid arthritis



Group E, 7d



Allergic rhinitis




Group C, 5



rickettsia



Group D, 3



Rotator cuff syndrome



Group E, 6c



rotator tendons



Group E, 6c



rubella syndrome



Group H, 1g



smokers



Group C, 7



Smoking (passive)



Group F Group 1



Shaking palsy



Group A, 7



Rubella



Group H, 1g



smoke



Group C, 7



X-rays



Group E, 1



Slack wax



Group B, 1









S:






nitric acid



Group A, 8



Tenosynovitis



Group E, 6a



Mustard gas (sulfur mustard)



Group F Group 1



Silica (crystalline quartz)



Group F Group 1



Silicon compounds



Group C, 3



silicosis



Group C, 1



Shale oil



Group F Group 1



Thyroid gland, cancer of the



Group E, 1



Skoldkopvirus



Group H, 1i



Cirrhosis



Group A, 1




shoulder



Group E, 6c



girdle



Group E, 7



Abrasive



Group G 2



Degenerative arthritis of both hip joints



Group E, 13



Osteoarthritis of the knee



Group E, 9b



Osteoarthritis of the lumbar spine



Group E, 11



Mucosal Inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, eyes



Group A, 5



Mucosal Cancer sinuses and mastoid process



Group F Group 1



bursitis



Group E, 8



Sod



Group B, 1



solar radiation



Group F Group 1



Spring Finger



Group E, 6a



staphylococci



Group D, 2



Static load



Group E, 6c



Coal tar



Group F Group 1



coal tar



Group F Group 1



tetanus



Group D, 1



Throat Cancer



Group C, 2d, Group F Group 1



Radiant Energy



Group E, 2



Radiation (ionizing)



Group E, 1



Radiation (radioactivity)



Group H, 3a



Starling, gray



Group E, 2




noise



Group E, 3



dust



Group C, 4, 5 and 7



Boot and shoe manufacture



Group F Group 1



Sugar and melcaries



See caries



Fungal spores



Group C, 6



welding



Group C, 7



Hydrogen sulphide



Group A, 12



Sulphur dioxide



Group A, 12



Sulfur mustard (mustard gas)



Group F Group 1



sulfuric acid



Group A, 12, Group F Group 1



Visual disturbances



Group A, 13



Acid Mists (strong inorganic, containing sulfuric acid)



Group F Group 1









T:






Talc with asbestos-like fibers



Group F Group 1



thallium



Group A, 13



Tooth Wear



Group G 2



Tendinitis, biceps (upper arm)



Group E, 6c



Tendinitis, shoulder



Group E, 6c



tendinitis



Group E, 6a



tendovaginitis



Group E, 6a



Tennis Elbow



Group E, 6b



Tetrachloride Ethylene



Group F, Group 2A




Relapse Fever



Group D, 3



tar



Group B, 1



Tobacco consumption



Group C, 7



Toxic eczema



Group B 3



Toxic brain damage



Group A, 11 and 16



toxoplasmosis



Group H, 1h



Injury, physical



Group H, 4



Trichloroethylene



Group F, Group 2A



Tropical diseases



Group D, 3



trypanosomiasis



Group D, 3



Wood processing



Group C, 7



Wood dust



Group F Group 1



tuberculosis



Group D, 2



Tuberculous infection



Group D, 1



Tumor epithelial



Group F Group 1



Heavy lifting



Group E, 11 and 13



impaired hearing



Group E, 3



Teeth and gums



Group G









U:






Diesel exhaust fumes



Group F, Group 2A



Forearms



Group E, 6a



Inorganic lead compounds



Group F, Group 2A



Non-specific dust




Group C, 7



Unaccustomed work



Group E, 6a and b









V:






vanadium



Group A, 14



Varicella zoster virus



Group H, 1i



Varied work



Group E, 6



vibrations



Group E, 5 and 11d



Vinyl chloride



Group F Group 1









W:






Weil's disease



Group D, 1



Tungsten carbide, particles of metallic cobalt with



Group F Group 1









Ø:






Eye Mucosal Inflammation



Group A, 5



Upper airway mucosal inflammation



Group A, 5









Å:






Intellectual impairment, early



Group A, 11 and 16





Official notes

1) Based on the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer. IARC monographs on the evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks two humans, IARC Monographs Volumes 1-88, Lyon 2005.