Those who fall ill are helped. This is the normal way. However, those who fall ill at the workplace are in bad hands. Help is only provided, if at all, after "proof of causality". In other words: the idea of a "Statutory Accident Insurance" ("Gesetzliche Unfallversicherung") for employees has meanwhile perverted itself into the opposite. The "occupational medicine" sector and the system of German statutory accident insurance ("DGUV") have built up a unique shadow empire - a cartel of secrecy: connections about the dangerousness of certain "hazardous substances" and their consequences for health are regularly denied. No matter whether it is asbestos, dioxin or mercury. This is also the case with Fume Events, which can take place on airplanes. The injured remain standing alone in the rain ...
- We brighten the cartel as a shadow realm: generally at www.ansTageslicht.de/krankdurcharbeit
- We have reconstructed why the problem of potentially contaminated cabin air in airplanes is not being addressed, although countless stewards and pilots have already become unfit to fly, i.e. unable to work, because of this at www.ansTageslicht.de/Kabinenluft. For that problem we provide an English version at www.ansTageslicht.de/cabinair.
- Those who have been interested, for example, in minimizing the dangers of asbestos - and have been doing so for decades - we have researched at www.ansTageslicht.de/Asbestkrimi.
- What one can do completely generally and completely concretely in cases, if it catches one, we arranged under www.ansTageslicht.de/WKMT (the abbreviation stands for what can one do?) and in English at What can You Do?
In addition to the problem of the occurance of contaminated cabin air you can get informed on actual developments at the Aerotoxic Logbook in English: www.ansTageslicht.de/ENATLB.