§ 1. Poisoning by lead or a compound of lead.
§ 2. Poisoning by manganese or a compound of manganese.
§ 3. Poisoning by phosphorus or phosphine or poisoning due to the anti-cholinesterase action of organic phosphorus compounds.
§ 4. Poisoning by arsenic or a compound of arsenic.
§ 5. Poisoning by mercury or a compound of mercury.
§ 6. Poisoning by carbon bisulphide.
§ 7. Poisoning by benzene or a homologue.
§ 8. Poisoning by a nitro-or amino-or chloro-derivative of benzene or of a homologue of benzene, or poisoning by nitro-chlorbenzene.
§ 9. Poisoning by dinitrophenol or a homologue or by substituted dinitrophcnols or by the salts of such substances.
§ 10. Poisoning by tetrachloroethane.
§ 11. Poisoning by tri-cresyl phosphate.
§ 12. Poisoning by tri-phenyl phosphate.
§ 13. Poisoning by diethylene dioxide (dioxzan).
§ 14. Poisoning by methyl.
§ 15. Poisoning by chlorinated naphthalene.
§ 16. Poisoning by nickel carbonyl.
§ 17. Poisoning by nitrous fumes.
§ 18. Poisoning by gonioma kamassi (African boxwood).
§ 19. Anthrax.
§ 20. Glanders.
§ 21. (a) Infection by leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae; (b) Infection by leptospira canicola.
§ 22. Ankylostomiasis.
§ 23. (a) Dystrophy of the cornea (including ulceration of the corneal surface) of the eye; (b) Localised new growth of the skin, papillomatous or keratotic; (c) Squamous-celled carcinema of the skin. Due in any case to arsenic, tar, pitch, bitumen, mineral oil (including paraffin), soot or any compound, product (including quinone or hydroquinone), or residue of any of these substances.
§ 25. Inflammation, ulceration or malignant disease of the skin or subcutaneous tissues or of the bones, or blood dyscrasia, or cataract, due to electro-magnetic radiations (other than radiant heat), or to ionising particles.
§ 26. Heat cataract.
§ 27. Decompression sickness.536W
§ 28. Cramp of the hand or forearm due to repetitive movements.
§ 31. Subcutaneous cellulitis of the hand (Beat hand).
§ 32. Bursitis or subcutaneous cellulitis arising at or about the knee due to severe or prolonged external friction or pressure at or about the knee (Beat knee).
§ 33. Bursitis or subcutaneous cellulitis arising at or about the elbow due to severe or prolonged external friction or pressure at or about the elbow (Beat elbow).
§ 34. Traumatic inflammation of the tendons of the hand or forearm or of the associated tendon sheaths.
§ 35. Miner's nystagmus.
§ 36. Poisoning by beryllium or a compound of beryllium.
§ 37. (a) Carcinoma of the mucous membrane of the nose or associated air sinuses; (b) Primary carcinoma of a bronchus or of a lung.
§ 38. Tuberculosis.
§ 39. Primary neoplasm of the epithelial lining of the urinary bladder (Papilloma of the bladder), or of the renal pelvis or of the ureter or of the urethra.
§ 40. Poisoning by cadmium.
§ 41. Inflammation or ulceration of the mucous membrane of the upper respiratory passages or mouth produced by dust, liquid or vapour.
§ 42. Non-infective dermatitis of external origin (including chrome ulceration of the skin but excluding dermatitis due to ionising particles or electro-magnetic radiations other than radiant heat).
§ 43. Pulmonary disease due to the inhalation of the dust of mouldy hay or other mouldy vegetable produce and characterised by symtorns and signs attributable to a reaction in the peripheral part of the broncho-pulmonary system, and giving rise to a defect in gas exchange (Farmer's Lung).
§ 44. Primary malignant neoplasm of the mesothelium (diffuse mesothelioma) of the pleura or of the peritoneum.
§ 45. Adena-carcinoma of the nasal cavity or associated air sinuses.
§ 46. Infection by brucella abortus.
§ 47. Poisoning by acrylamide monomer.
§ 48. Substantial permanent sensorineural hearing loss due to occupational noise amounting to at least 50 dB in the better ear, being the average after exclusion of hearing losses not due to occupational noise, of pure tone losses measured by audiometry over the 1, 2 and 3 kHk frequencies (occupational deafness).