If you have developed dermatitis whilst at work, you could be entitled to claim compensation.
Work-related contact dermatitis is a skin disease caused by work. It is often called eczema and develops when the skin is damaged. This leads to redness, itching, swelling, blistering, flaking and cracking. The most susceptible parts of the body are the hands, followed by the forearms and face.
Workers employed in beauty salons, chemical manufacturing, and cleaning companies, biological plants, hospitals and florist shops are at highest risk of developing symptoms of dermatitis. No matter the actual cause or profession, if you developed dermatitis due to to exposure at work, you may be entitled to claim compensation.