Table 2

Selected jobs and industries held by subjects classified as exposed to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

ISCOJob titleCasesControls
99910Labourer4326
96930Boiler fireman3414
95120Bricklayer (construction)1713
53130Cook, except private service1115
72420Metal pourer99
98320Railway engine driver98
87210Gas and electric welder105
83110Blacksmith78
84970Plant maintenance mechanic77
83930Locksmith59
53190Other cooks65
98330Railway steam engine fireman47
58110Fire-fighters (general)55
72590Other metal moulders and core makers55
84320Automobile mechanic45
87105Plumber80
95340Asphalt roofer80
83120Hammersmith60
85110Electrical fitter60
96980Heating and ventilation equipment operator05
NACEIndustryCasesControls
4521General construction of buildings and civil engineering works5339
6010Transport via railway3337
7522Defence activities2314
4523Construction of highways, roads, airfields and sport facilities1511
2710Manufacture of basic iron and steel and of ferro-alloys1411
0130Growing of crops combined with farming of animals168
6110Sea and coastal water transport146
2640Manufacture of bricks, tiles and construction production, in baked clay117
5020Maintenance and repair of motor vehicles115
2751Casting of iron77
3410Manufacture of motor vehicles68
4010Production and distribution of electricity85
1581Manufacture of bread; manufacture of fresh pastry goods and cakes55
2513Manufacture of other rubber products80
3511Building and repairing of ships70
3520Manufacture of railway and tramway locomotives and rolling stock70
4522Erection of roof covering and frames70
8022Technical and vocational secondary education70
4525Other construction work involving special trades07
2752Casting of steel60
  • ISCO, International Standard Classification of Occupations; NACE, Statistical classification of economic activities in the European community.