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PROFESIONALNE BOLESTI DANAS – KONTAKTNI ALERGIJSKI DERMATITIS
OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES TODAY - ALLERGIC CONTACT DERMATITIS

Authors

 

Maja Babić¹, Mirjana Aranđelović², Svetlana Anđelković3
¹ZZZZR“Železnice Srbije“-OJ Niš
²Univerzitet u Nišu - Medicinski fakultet
³ZZZZR Niš


 

• Rad je primljen 21.04.2016./ Prihvaćen 03.05.2016.

 

Correspodernce to:
Mirjana Aranđelović
University of Nish, Faculty of Medicine
Blvd. Zoran Djindjic 81, 18000 Nis
Serbia
Mobile: +381 64 1530527
Email: amima@eunet.rs

 

Abstract

 

The current list of occupational diseases in Serbia contains 56 professional diseases and is of a closed type. As such, it is closer to the legalistic apprehension of the problem of occupational diseases, implying the attitude that only the diseases that are on the list may be recognized as occupational. Option to be strived for is an open list, which is much closer to the medical definition of occupational diseases. Official statistics show that there is a small number of occupational diseases in Serbia relative to the environment and the countries of Western Europe, but it does not mean that local working conditions are better than in other parts of the world. The verification of occupational diseases in our country is greatly complicated - difficult for many reasons, but also because of the lack of guidelines - procedures for proper regulation. Guidelines are not legally binding, but professional attitudes, which have the force of regulations in professional terms, have been coordinated. This paper presents the case of a verified occupational skin disease.

 

 

Key words

professional diseases, list of occupational diseases, guidelines

 

 

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PDF Babic M. et al • MD-Medical Data 2016;8(2) 123-127

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