There are specialties that are associated withrisk to human health and life and the threat of dangerous situations. People engaged in this kind of activity receive risk premiums, compensations, additional days for vacation, the possibility of early retirement, etc. All types of compensation are provided for by law.
- Objects of the nuclear industry.
- Hydraulic engineering.
- The Metropolitan.
- Lines of communication and power transmission (voltage from 330 kW).
- Power stations.
- Space industry.
- The industry of railway transport.
- Objects associated with the storage and destruction of toxic substances.
- Work related to the mining of minerals, which are conducted in the mountains and directly under the ground.
Types of hazardous work according to statistical data
On the first place among others stands the most dangerousprofession of miner. The media constantly talk about accidents, which often happen in mines, and the deaths of people working there. Statistics show terrible figures: 1 ton of coal accounts for 1 human life. The rates of accidents at the mines of China, Ukraine and Russia are great. And the life expectancy of miners is striking: about forty-nine years.
There are individuals who love the danger andextreme situations. There is a category of people who are ready to sacrifice their lives for the sake of saving others. Therefore, for them, a dangerous profession is the meaning of life.
A risk group includes the profession of a police officer orfirefighter. The death rates are not as intimidating as in the first two cases. However, it is worthwhile to think carefully before choosing such a specialty.
What is the most dangerous profession in the world? Here are some data published in the United States of America:
- Workers engaged in the fishing industry.
- People associated with logging.
- Airport employees: flight engineers and pilots.
- Employees associated with waste recycling industry.
By the way, one more shocking figure makes one think: accidents occur at work most often with representatives of the male sex - in ninety cases out of a hundred.</ p>