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An occupational disease is a health problem caused by exposure to a workplace health hazard, such as dust, gases, fumes and toxic substances, noise, vibration, radiation, and extremes in temperatures. Such exposures can result in life-changing and life-ending illnesses for workers.
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Trish Knight Chernecki