Review of Schedule 2 of the Injury Prevention Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 2001 (IPRC Act): Report to the Minister of Labour - 2005/06
Appendix 1 ILO Schedule 42 and Related Schedules – 1925[xvi]
|LIST OF DISEASES AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES||LIST OF CORRESPONDING INDUSTRIES AND PROCESSES|
|Poisoning by lead, its alloys or
compounds and their sequelae.
| Handling of ore containing lead, including fine shot in zinc factories.
Casting of old zinc and lead in ingots.
Manufacture of articles made of cast lead or of lead alloys.
Employment in the polygraphic industries.
Manufacture of lead compounds.
Manufacture and repair of electric accumulators.
Preparation and use of enamels containing lead.
Polishing by means of lead files or putty powder with a lead content.
All painting operations involving the preparation and manipulation of coating substances, cements or colouring substances containing lead pigments.
|Poisoning by mercury, its amalgams
and compounds and their sequelae.
|Handling of mercury ore.
Manufacture of mercury compounds.
Manufacture of measuring and laboratory apparatus.
Preparation of raw material for the hatmaking industry.
Use of mercury pumps in the manufacture of incandescent lamps.
Manufacture of fulminate of mercury primers.
|Anthrax infection.|| Work in connection with animals infected with anthrax.
Handling of animals carcasses or parts of such carcasses including hides,
hoofs and horns.
Loading and unloading or transport of merchandise.