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This is the councils note about carpal tunnel syndrome and wrist/forearm rotation.
This guidance helps to explain why Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit (IIDB) covers some diseases (prescribed diseases) and not others.
The home of Industrial Injuries Advisory Council on GOV.UK.
A review of stress and post-traumatic stress disorder at work in relation to the Industrial Injuries Scheme.
This paper considers the question of adding back and neck disorders to the list of diseases for which people can claim IIDB.
A review of evidence on the occupational health risks in firefighters commissioned by the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council (IIAC).
This is the council's paper on its audit of claims for prescribed disease A11 hand arm vibration syndrome (HAVS).
A review of anxiety and depression in teachers and healthcare workers and other professions.
This report considers the effects of treatment and the medical assessment of chronic bronchitis and emphysema (prescribed disease D12).
This is the council’s note about the risk of lobar pneumonia in welders.
These reports examine the evidence on matters related to the Industrial Injuries Scheme.
A review of entitlement to Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit for people with conditions caused by chemical agents.
The Industrial Injuries Advisory Council (IIAC) is an independent scientific advisory body that looks at industrial injuries benefit and how it is administered.
We use independent, peer-reviewed research when considering which diseases industrial injuries benefits may be paid for.
A report on osteoarthritis of the knee in carpet fitters and carpet and floor layers by the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council (IIAC).
This is a review of entitlement to Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit for people with terminal cancer.
IIAC meets quarterly and publishes the minutes of its meetings on GOV.UK.
This is the council’s note about osteoarthritis of the knee and work in the construction industry.
A report by the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council (IIAC) on the completion of their review of the scheduled list of prescribed diseases.
This is the council’s note about noise induced hearing loss and work with nailing and stapling guns.
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