Who is at Risk for Asbestos Exposure and Disease

The following is only a partial list of those who are at risk for asbestos-related disease. As stated by one prominent asbestos expert, "Asbestos does not respect job classification." Regardless of your job title, if you worked in any of the following occupations or industries, you may have been exposed to asbestos.

  • Aircraft mechanics and repairmen
  • Asbestos plant workers
  • Asbestos workers
  • Atomic workers
  • Automobile mechanics
  • Automotive workers
  • Blacksmiths
  • Boilermakers
  • Brick masons and stone masons
  • Buffers
  • Bulldozer operators
  • Cabinetmakers
  • Carpenters
  • Car shop workers
  • Chemical technicians
  • Clothing ironers and pressers
  • Construction workers
  • Cosmetologists
  • Crane, derrick and hoist men
  • Draftsmen
  • Drill press operators
  • Drywall tapers
  • Electric power linemen and cable men
  • Electricians
  • Elevator constructors
  • Engineers
  • Family members of exposed workers
  • Filers
  • Firefighters
  • Food and commercial workers
  • Foremen
  • Forge workers
  • Foundry workers
  • Freight and material handlers
  • Furnace men
  • Garage workers
  • Gas station attendants
  • Grinding machine operators
  • Hairdressers
  • Heavy equipment mechanics
  • Household appliances installers and mechanics
  • Industrial plant workers
  • Insulators
  • Iron workers
  • Job and die setters
  • Laborers
  • Locomotive engineers
  • Longshoremen and stevedores
  • Machinists
  • Maintenance workers
  • Masons
  • Metal lathers
  • Millwrights
  • Mine workers
  • Mixing operatives
  • Molders
  • Oil refinery workers
  • Operating engineers
  • Painters
  • Pipe fitters
  • Plasterers
  • Plumbers
  • Polishers
  • Power plant workers
  • Railroad workers
  • Refinery workers
  • Road machine operators
  • Rollers and finishers
  • Roofers and slaters
  • Sailors and deckhands
  • Sanders
  • Sculptors
  • Sheetmetal workers
  • Shipbuilders
  • Shipyard workers
  • Smelter-men
  • Stationary engineers
  • Steamfitters
  • Steel pourers
  • Steelworkers
  • Teachers
  • Telephone workers
  • Textile workers
  • Tile setters
  • Tool and die makers
  • U.S. Navy veterans
  • Weavers
  • Welders


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