Recognized and suspected occupational diseases in Finland in 2011

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  • 1. Well-being through work © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 2. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases in Finland in 2011 New cases notified to the Finnish Register of Occupational Diseases by insurance companies and Farmer's Social Insurance Institution - Mela Lea Palo 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 2 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 3. For the fourth time in 2011, the numbers of recognized and suspected cases have been presented separately. 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 3 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 4. Due to changes in the notification and recognition practises, the data of 2005-2011 are not comparable with the previous figures of FROD and trends of occupational diseases can not therefore be assessed. 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 4 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 5. Data flows into the Finnish Register of Occupational Diseases Accident and occupational disease report by employer Medical report on occupational disease or accident by physician Accident and occupational disease report by farmer Accident insurance company Regional State Administrative Agencies: Medical report from physician The Farmers' Social Insurance Institution (MELA) Medical report on occupational disease or accident by physician 6.9.2013 The Federation of Accident Insurance Institutions (FAII) The Finnish Register of Occupational Diseases (FROD), Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Lea Palo 5 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 6. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases 1964 – 2011 (cases of years 2003-2004 are not available) cases of the years 2003-2004 are not available 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 6 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 7. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases by main disease group in 1990–2011 (cases of years 2003-2004 are not available) 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 7 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 8. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases in 1990-2011 (cases of years 2003-2004 are not available) 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 8 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 9. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases by main disease group 2006-2011 Number of cases Recognized and suspected occupational diseases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo Number of cases 9 Recognized occupational diseases © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 10. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases in 2011 (N=4692) Age and gender 600 500 400 300 200 6.9.2013 100 Lea Palo 0 10 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 11. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases in 2011 (N=4692) Men, lkm=3009 Distribution of age and gender Women, lkm=1683 Age, years 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 11 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 12. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases by region and main disease group in 2011 Cases/10 000 employed persons Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 12 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 13. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases by region in 2011 Cases/10 000 employed persons Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 13 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 14. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases by industry in 2011 Cases/10 000 employed persons Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 14 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 15. Recoqnized and suspected occupational diseases by occupation in 2011 Cases/10 000 employed persons Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 15 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 16. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Hearing loss in 1995 – 2011 (cases of years 2003-2004 are not available) Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 16 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 17. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Hearing loss in 2005-2011 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 17 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 18. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Hearing loss in 2011 (Most common industries) 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 18 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 19. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Hearing loss in 2011 (Most common occupations) Cases/10 000 employed persons 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 19 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 20. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Repetitive strain injuries by diagnosis in 1990-2011 (cases of years 2003-2004 are not available) Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 20 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 21. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Repetitive strain injuries by diagnosis in 2007-2011 Number of cases Recognized and suspected occupational diseases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo Number of cases 21 Recognized occupational diseases © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 22. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Repetitive strain injuries in 2011 (Most common industries) Cases/10 000 employed persons 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 22 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 23. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Repetitive strain injuries in 2011 (Most common occupations) Cases/10 000 employed persons 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 23 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 24. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Allergic respiratory diseases by diagnosis in 1990-2011 (cases of years 2003-2004 are not available) Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 24 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 25. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Allergic respiratory diseases by diagnosis in 2007-2011 Number of cases Recognized and suspected occupational diseases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo Number of cases Recognized occupational diseases 25 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 26. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Allergic respiratory diseases in 2011 (Most common industries) 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 26 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 27. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Allergic respiratory diseases in 2011 (Most common occupations) 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 27 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 28. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Skin diseases by diagnosis in 19902011 (cases of years 2003-2004 are not available) Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 28 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 29. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Skin diseases by diagnosis in 2007-2011 Number Recognized and suspected of cases occupational diseases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo Number of cases Recognized occupational diseases 29 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 30. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Skin diseases in 2011 (Most common industries) 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 30 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 31. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Skin diseases in 2011 (Most common occupations) Cases/10 000 employed persons 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 31 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 32. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Asbestos-induced diseases by diagnosis in 1990-2011 (cases of years 2003-2004 are not available) Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 32 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 33. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Asbestos-induced diseases by diagnosis in 2007-2011 Number of cases Recognized and suspected occupational diseases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo Number of cases Recognized occupational diseases 33 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 34. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Asbestos-induced diseases in 2011 (Most common industries) Cases/10 000 employed persons 5 10 15 20 25 30 Number 0 of cases Transport equipment 53 35 Electricity, heating and water supply 24 Mining and quarrying 9 Non-metallic mineral products 21 Construction 227 Pulp, paper and paper products 16 Basic metals and fabricated metal products 36 Machinery and equipment, service 39 Wood and wood products 14 Textiles, clothing, leather and footwear 5 Recognized occupational diseases All industries 712 6.9.2013 Lea Palo Suspected occupational diseases 34 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 35. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Asbestos-induced diseases in 2011 (Most common occupations) 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 35 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 36. Recognized and suspected occupational diaseases: Work-related cancers in 19902011 (cases of years 2003-2004 are not available) Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 36 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 37. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Other occupational diseases in 2011 (Most common industries) Cases/10 000 employed persons Number of cases 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 37 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 38. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases: Other occupational diseases in 2011 (Most common occupations) Cases/10 000 employed persons 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 38 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 39. Some recognized and suspected occupational diseases in the disease group of other occupational diseases by diagnosis in 2011 Number of cases Cases of years 2003-2004 are not available 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 39 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 40. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases in 2011 by sosioeconomic status and gender (Cases per 10 000 employed persons) Recognized and suspected occupational diseases Number of cases Socioeconomic status 1 Agricultural employers and self-employed 3 Upper-level white-collar 4 Lower-level white-collar 5 Blue collar workers 9 Unknown Total Men Women Total 195 202 242 2365 5 3009 90 202 635 738 18 1683 285 404 877 3103 23 4692 Cases per 10 000 employed persons Men Women Total 43,9 5,4 8,7 41,3 48,7 6,9 10,0 30,6 45,3 6,0 9,6 38,1 23,5 14,1 19,0 Recognized occupational diseases Number of cases Socioeconomic status 1 Agricultural employers and self-employed 3 Upper-level white-collar 4 Lower-level white-collar 5 Blue collar workers 9 Unknown Total 6.9.2013 Men 112 77 100 1191 1 1481 Lea Palo Women Total 41 19 129 213 3 405 40 153 96 229 1404 4 1886 Cases per 10 000 employed persons Men Women Total 25,2 2,0 3,6 20,8 22,2 0,6 2,0 8,8 24,3 1,4 2,5 17,3 11,6 3,4 7,6 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 41. Recognized and suspected occupational diseases in 2011 by socioeconomic status, gender and main disease group Socioeconomic status Hearing Repetitive Allergic Skin Asbestos- Other Total loss strain respiratory diseases induced injuries diseases diseases All 1 Agricultural employers and 21 and self-employed farmers 3 Upper-level white-collar 90 4 Lower-level white-collar 105 5 Blue collar workers 902 9 Unknown 1 Total 1119 24 14 63 438 2 541 135 158 287 366 3 949 52 51 275 557 13 948 36 57 619 712 53 55 90 221 4 423 285 404 877 3103 23 4692 Men 1 Agricultural employers and 19 and self-employed farmers 3 Upper-level white-collar 84 4 Lower-level white-collar 93 5 Blue collar workers 835 9 Unknown 1 Total 1032 12 4 14 283 1 314 96 32 35 202 1 366 25 18 31 268 1 343 36 51 603 690 43 28 18 174 1 264 195 202 242 2365 5 3009 Women 1 Agricultural employers and and self-employed farmers 3 Upper-level white-collar 4 Lower-level white-collar 5 Blue collar workers 9 Unknown Total 12 10 49 155 1 227 39 126 252 164 2 583 27 33 244 289 12 605 6 16 22 10 27 72 47 3 159 90 202 635 738 18 1683 6.9.2013 2 6 12 67 87 Lea Palo 41 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 42. Recognized occupational diseases in 2011 by socioeconomic status, gender and main disease group Socioeconomic status All 1 Agricultural employers and and self-employed farmers 3 Upper-level white-collar 4 Lower-level white-collar 5 Blue collar workers 9 Unknown Total Hearing Repetitive Allergic Skin Asbestos- Other Total loss strain respiratory diseases induced injuries diseases diseases 18 41 48 519 626 20 2 20 163 205 36 7 19 46 108 34 12 87 185 2 320 26 41 447 514 45 8 14 44 2 113 153 96 229 1404 4 1886 Men 1 Agricultural employers and and self-employed farmers 3 Upper-level white-collar 4 Lower-level white-collar 5 Blue collar workers 9 Unknown Total 16 41 47 499 603 12 1 4 109 126 27 1 3 20 51 18 3 7 87 1 116 26 36 438 500 39 5 3 38 85 112 77 100 1191 1 1481 Women 1 Agricultural employers and and self-employed farmers 3 Upper-level white-collar 4 Lower-level white-collar 5 Blue collar workers 9 Unknown Total 2 1 20 23 8 1 16 54 79 9 6 16 26 57 16 9 80 98 1 204 5 9 14 6 3 11 6 2 28 41 19 129 213 3 405 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 42 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi
  • 43. Thank You! 6.9.2013 Lea Palo 43 © Finnish Institute of Occupational Health – www.ttl.fi