to Prevention occupational
diseases should be as follows:
- Having a good planning
for Occupational Disease Prevention:
- Having a good planning for Occupational
In order to prevent and control occupational hazards and their associated
diseases and occupational injuries,According The Labor Law , each employer shall
require the special physical examination before the employment and arrange for periodic
physical examination every year.
- Anticipating and Identifying Health Hazards
- Education has a key role in promoting the prevention of occupational
- Find out what materials and substances are being used in your workplace.
- Find out how to work safely With materials and equipment in your workplace.
Your supervisor is required to provide you with this information and appropriate
You can also contact your joint health and safety committee.
Use protective equipment provided by your employer. Make sure that you know how
to use it properly. If you don’t know, ask.
- Be alert to symptoms or changes
in your health.
- Tell your doctor where you work, what you do, and what substances
you work with.
- Keep a list of all the jobs and industries that you have worked
in. It will help if you need to file an occupational disease.
- If you think
that you have an occupational disease please see making an Occupational Disease
Work-Related Diseases and Occupational Diseases: