Recognition as occupational diseases of cancers of the larynx and ovary caused by inhalation of asbestos dust!

Published in the Journal Officiel on Sunday, October 15, decree no. 2023-946 of October 14, 2023 creates occupational disease table no. 30 ter for cancers of the larynx and ovaries caused by inhalation of asbestos dust.


What are the key points of the new decree?

This The new occupational disease table revises and supplements the tables of occupational diseases appended to Book IV of the Social Security Code. allowing all workers exposed to asbestos dust to make recognize the link between theasbestos exposure and the development of laryngeal and ovarian cancers. 

At last he specifies the conditions for coverage of occupational diseasesand the list of jobs likely to cause these ailments.

Definition of an occupational disease

An occupational disease is an illness contracted as a result of a professional activity. A disease is presumed to be work-related if it is listed in one of the tables of occupational diseases and if it complies with the conditions in the table.

Do you have questions about managing your occupational disease files?

For 20 years, the occupational risk management department has been helping customers in all sectors to manage their occupational illness claims. Discover the replay of our last webinar dedicated to occupational disease. Our occupational injury expert Samia Benmahrez takes a look at the best practices and points to watch out for when an employee declare an occupational illness. 

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