Work-related gradual process, disease or infection

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Includes changes to the body that develop slowly and progressively over time and result in personal injury, such as the effects of exposure to noise or fumes at a workplace or physical deterioration resulting from an activity you can carry out over the course of your work (such as keyboarding). Work-related gradual process is covered under the Accident Compensation Act 2001 (section 30). When determining a gradual process claim ACC considers: whether the injury occurred over a period of four weeks or more, whether a characteristic of the work environment has caused the personal injury, whether the particular characteristic that has caused or contributed to the injury is present in the person’s non-work environment, and whether the risk of personal injury is greater for people who work in the employment environment than those who do not.

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