Occupational Dermatitis

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Occupational Dermatitis

If you have worked in an environment where chemicals and other harmful substances are regularly used, you may be able to claim compensation if you have not been provided with adequate training or personal protective equipment.

Symptoms of occupational dermatitis may have developed or a pre-existing condition may have been made worse, symptoms include:
  • Skin irritation
  • Skin rash on hands, face or trunk area
  • Red, cracked, blistered or bleeding hands
  • Dry, itchy thickened skin
  • Swelling of the hands or face
  • Increased use of steroid creams
Workers in the following industries often suffer with symptoms of work related dermatitis:
  • Chemical processing
  • Food manufacturing
  • Nursing
  • Cleaning
  • Vehicle spray painting
  • Mechanic

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