Term Of The Day – Occupational Disease
An occupational disease is a disease that is contracted by a worker during a period of employment. Common examples of occupational diseases include asbestosis, silicosis, and byssinosis. These diseases are often eligible as workers compensation claims, and workers must be thoroughly examined by a qualified medical evaluator (QME) to properly file a claim.
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