Primary bronchogenic carcinoma by inhalation recognised as an occupational disease

Several tables of occupational diseases compensate primary bronchogenic carcinoma. Smoking is no obstacle for recognition and compensation. 

All the tables of occupational diseases

Table # 6

  • Ionising radiations
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 30 years

Table # 10TER

  • Chromic acid, chromates, alkaline or alkaline earth bichromates and zinc chromate
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 30 years, subject to exposure of 30 years.

Table # 16BIS

  • Cancerous diseases causes by  tars, oils, coal pitch and soot from  coal.
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 30years.

Table # 20BIS

  • Primary bronchogenic carcinoma caused by inhalation of arsenical dusts or vapours .
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 40 years

Table # 20TER

  • Inhalation of dusts or vapours containing auriferous pyrite.
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 40 years
    subject to exposure 10 years.

Table # 25

  • Chronic silicosis  associated with radiological evidence or  silicotic injuries.

Silicon dioxide is possibly carcinogenic to humans, but  the bronchogenic carcinoma is recognised as a professionnal disease only if  in the same time there are a silicosis and a bronchogenic carcinoma.

Table # 30BIS

  • Primary bronchogenic carcinoma caused by inhalation of asbestos dusts.
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 40 years.
  • subject to exposure 10 years.

Table # 37TER

  • Primary bronchogenic carcinoma caused by  roasting of cupro-nickel mattes.
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 40 years.

Table # 61BIS

  • Primary bronchogenic carcinoma caused by ’inhalation of  dust or fumes containing cadmium.
  • This table has been created in  December 2007.
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 40 years.
  • Duration of the exposure : 10 years

Table # 70TER

  • Primary bronchogenic carcinoma caused by inhalation of  cobalt dust associated with tungsten carbide prior the sintering.
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 35 years.
  • Duration of the exposure : 5 years.

Table # 81

  • Primary bronchogenic carcinoma caused by dichloromethyl ether .
  • Time limit compensation claim is : 40 years



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