Top 9 most dangerous professions in the world

Do you still think that the daily conduct of 9:00 in the office, and so on for five days a week - it's cool? Then we go to you - with a selection dedicated to the ten most dangerous professions that exist in this world!

1. Fishing for tuna in the high seas.

One of the important and little-known facts about tuna fishing is the one that men and women who risk their lives, producing tuna in the icy water, are engaged in work that is characterized by the highest levels of mortality. Fishing - this is a very heavy fishing on its own, and in Gloucester, Massachusetts, is a special breed of fishermen. From generation to generation, they used a variety of tools to catch bluefin tuna is rarely encountered. This fish - their only way of being, but this work is extremely dangerous, and besides, there is fierce competition.

2. Coast Guard and rescue service.

For those brave people who serve in the Coast Guard, to risk their lives trying to save someone else is everyday work. Every day they risk not to return home.

3. Drilling of oil wells.

Drilling of wells for oil and gas offshore is one of the toughest and most dangerous jobs in the world. Risks are inevitable: for twelve hours a day is extremely dangerous to deal with materials characterized by high flammability. If, in addition, take into account that drillers almost isolated from civilization and are hundreds of miles from the coast, it becomes clear that this work will overcome every.

4. Minesweeper.

Of course, any work that somehow involves interaction with explosives, is extremely dangerous. The risk is imminent. As a result of demining activities in the period from 1996 to 2002. killed at least 500 people.

5. electricians working in the air.

How many members of this profession do you know? This is a very highly specialized branch of activity, because it requires special training. It sounds crazy, and it's hard to believe, but most of the work on high-voltage lines is done with bare hands.

6. Washer skyscraper windows.

Think wash windows under the force of any? And here and there. Washers skyscraper windows have to receive special training, because it is a very dangerous occupation.

7. Fire

To rush into burning buildings to save people - it is certainly a noble pursuit. Firefighters face to face dangerous situations on a daily basis. Although they receive extensive training, where the profession are taught to cope with emergencies and to act in the face of danger, the work of the fire is unpredictable and the risk of injury and death is very high.

8. Shakhtar.

Coal mining - one of the most potentially hazardous duties. On average, 50 to 60 miners die each year while working. As a precaution, the miners in most countries do not part with special devices such as gas masks and oxygen supply, which should help them to survive in the event of falls or accidents in the mines. However, the safety of miners threaten not only collapses and explosions during coal mining they lurk and other hazards, such as carbon monoxide poisoning or methane.

9. fellers.

The work in the logging is not only one of the most dangerous professions in America, but it is also one of the conjugate with the highest risk professions in the world. Fellers operate at high altitudes and in rough terrain with chain saws and constantly interact with logging technique that can be very dangerous if you do not follow all the rules of its operation. In 2008, Statistics reports 116 deaths of workers - it's 100,000 people involved in the field.



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