Occupational diseases of the welder should be considered vision problems and chronic back pain. If a worker has been dealing with gas welding or having performed work in different gas environments, there may also be problems with the lungs.
9. Bus driver
Profession bus driver is harmless only at first glance. This is a sitting job. Also, the driver is required constant psychological stress, because he needs not to be distracted from the process of driving. Complexity adds interaction with a large number of people for whose lives he bears full responsibility.
8. Contract Soldier
Irregular working hours, especially during combat operations. The highest psychological stress demands from the contract soldier enormous emotional stability.Typical diseases here are rheumatism, all kinds of damage to connective tissues, bone fractures, etc.
This, truly, heroic profession, has not lost its complexity with the improvement of rocket technology. Astronauts, being in an unnatural environment for a long time, are experiencing constant loads on literally the whole body. Being in weightlessness causes muscle atrophy, and outer space also has a high level of radiation.
Metallurg works in hot and dusty workshops. He is under constant threat of all kinds of burns and damage due to the careless handling of heavy metal products.
5. Worker in the petrochemical industry
Here they acquire a whole bunch of diseases typical for workers of hazardous industries - from problems with mucous membranes to severe chemical burns.
4. Cement worker
The main harm comes from dust. Indeed, the composition of the cement includes various additives and additives that are clearly not conducive to longevity when they are inhaled. It is worth noting that with long-term work in enterprises with occupational safety violations, workers are guaranteed bronchitis or serious vision problems.
3. Pulp and paper mill worker
Cellulose and paper themselves are low-toxic, however, caustic alkalis and toxic chlorine are used to extract them. An employee of such production is at risk of chemical burns or poisoning by vapors of toxic substances.
2. Workers paint shops
The production of such materials and substances associated with the use of a large number of toxic components. Workers in paint shops often have problems with the lungs and mucous membranes. Because of this, over time, they develop concomitant allergies, and asthma and respiratory tract burns are also possible.
Mining workers are usually in a dusty mine or quarry. Constant dampness and widespread dust, extremely high physical exertion, frequent lack of normal lighting and routine monotonous activity do not have the best effect on the health and psyche of an employee of this not simple profession.