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Information and contact

Lexces focuses its efforts on professionals in occupational healthcare and occupational health and safety services. These parties can contact Lexces with any questions they may have about early diagnostics, treatment and prevention of occupational diseases in the workplace.

TSB regulation

The government is currently working on the Compensation for Substance-related Occupational Diseases (TSB) regulation. The aim is to give victims of substance-related occupational diseases recognition for the fact that they have become ill as a result of exposure to certain harmful substances at work.


Submitted by cmsadmin on Thu, 06/16/2022 - 13:56

The national expertise centre for substance-related occupational diseases pools knowledge and expertise in the area of hazardous substances and health risks for workers. In this way, we contribute to the prevention and assessment of occupational illnesses, with the aim of creating a future in which people no longer become ill from substances they are exposed to in the workplace.