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Schedule 3 – Employees State Insurance Act, 1948

Employees State Insurance Act, 1948

 

 

THE THIRD SCHEDULE

 

1[THE THIRD SCHEDULE

(See section 52A)

LIST OF OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES

 

 

No.1 Occupational disease Employment
PART A
1

Infectious and parasitic diseases contracted in an occupation where there is a particular risk of contamination

(a) All work involving exposure to health or laboratory work;

 

(b) All work involving exposure to veterinary work;

(c) Work relating to handling animals, animal carcasses, part of such carcasses, or merchandise which may have been contaminated by animals or animal carcasses;

(d) Other work carrying a
particular risk of contamination.

2. Diseases caused by work in compressed air All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
3. Diseases caused by lead or its toxic compounds All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
4. Poisoning by nitrous fumes All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
5. Poisoning by organphosphorus compounds. All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.

 

PART B

 

1. Diseases caused by phosphorus or its toxic All work involving exposure to the compounds concerned.
2. Diseases caused by mercury or its toxic compounds All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
3. Diseases caused by benzene or its toxic homologues All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
4. Diseases caused by nitro and amido toxic derivatives of benzene or its homologues. All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
5. Diseases caused by chromium or its toxic compounds All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
6. Diseases caused by arsenic or its toxic compounds All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
7. Diseases caused by radioactive substances and ionising radiations All work involving exposure to the action of radioactive substances or
ionising radiations.
8. Primary epithelomatous cancer of the skin caused by tar, pitch, bitumen, mineral oil, anthracene, or the compounds, products of residues of these substances All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
9. Diseases caused by the toxic halogen derivatives of hydrocarbons (of the aliphatic and aromatic series) All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
10. Diseases caused by carbon disulphide All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
11. Occupational cataract due to infra-red radiations All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
12. Diseases caused by manganese or its toxic compounds All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
13. Skin diseases caused by physical, chemical or biological agents not included in other items All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
14. Hearing impairment caused by noise All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
15. Poisoning by dinitrophenol or a homologue or by substituted dinitrophenol or by the salts of such substances All work involving exposure to the action of radioactive substances or
ionising radiations.
16. Diseases caused by beryllium or its toxic compounds All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
17. Diseases caused bycadmium or its toxic compounds All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
18. Occupational asthama caused by recognised sensitising agents inherent to the work process All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
19. Diseases caused by flourine or its toxic compounds All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
20. Diseases caused by nitro-glycerine or other nitroacid esters All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
21. Diseases caused by alcohols and ketones. All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
22. Diseases caused by asphyxiants: carbon monoxide, and its toxic derivatives,hydrogen sulfide All work involving exposure to the action of radioactive substances or ionising radiations.
23. Lung cancer and mesotheliomas caused by asbestos. All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
24. Primary neoplasm of the epithelial lining of the the urinary bladder or the kidney or the ureter All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.

 

PART C

 

1. Pneumoconioses caused by sclerogenic mineral dust (silicosis, anthraoosilicosis asbestosis) and silico-tuberculosis provided that silicosis is an essential factor in causing the resultant incapacity or death All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
2. Bagassosis All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
3. Bronchopulmonary diseases caused by cotton, flax hemp and sisal dust (Byssinosis) All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
4. Extrinsic allergic alveelitis caused by the inhalation of organic dusts All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.
5. Bronchopulmonary diseases caused by hard metals All work involving exposure to the risk concerned.

 

 

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