[Objective] To investigate the prevalence of occupational diseases in Shengli Oilfield since its establishment.
[Methods] Data from 329 patients of occupational disease registered in the Shengli Oilfield Institute for Prevention and Control of Occupational Diseases and diagnosed on Shandong Province level were collected. The diagnosis time, age and sex, length of service distribution, and the situation of the disease of these patients were analyzed.
[Results] A total of 28 species of occupational diseases included in seven categories were diagnosed since the establishment of Shengli Oilfield, the most in which was pneumoconiosis, accounted for 52.89%, but 87.36% of them were in ex-servicemen who had engaged in national defense tunnel construction. Occupational poisoning (mainly benzene poisoning and lead poisoning), occupational ENT diseases (mainly hearing loss due to noise)and oral diseases accounted for 19.15% each.
[Conclusion] In Shenli Oilfield, workers engaged in noise, toxic substances, and radioactive operations should be taken as focus population for occupational diseases prevention. Strengthen the supervision and training should be exaggerated to enhance self-protection awareness, strict compliance with operational procedures, so that to reduce and prevent occupational diseases.
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