1. What are mining machine operators?

These workers operate self-propelled mining machines that rip coal, metal and nonmetal ores, rock, stone or sand from the mine face and load it onto conveyors or into shuttle cars in a continuous operation.

2. What are refuse and recyclable material collectors?

Trash and recyclable collectors do not get enough credit for maintaining order in the society.Trash collector strikes are never a pretty thing and neither is a high fatality rate.

3. What is a combat rescue officer?

Combat rescue officer is an officer career field added because of the importance of joint rescue and recovery operations military-wide.

4. What are electrical power line installers and repairers?

According to the BLS, these workers install or repair cables or wires used in electrical power or distribution systems.

5. What is a stuntman or stunt performer?

A stunt performer, often referred to as a stuntman, or daredevil, is someone who performs dangerous stunts, often as a career. The French word that describes it is cascadeur.

6. What are mountain guides?

Mountain guides are specially trained and experienced mountaineers and professionals who are generally certified by an association. They are considered experts in mountaineering.

7. Who are Fire fighters?

A firefighter (also known as a fireman) is a rescuer extensively trained in firefighting, primarily to extinguish hazardous fires that threaten property and civilian or natural populations and to rescue people from dangerous situations, like collapsed or burning buildings or crashed vehicles.

8. What are firefighters?

Bicycle messengers are known as bike or cycle couriers. They are people who work for courier companies carrying and delivering items by bicycle. Bicycle messengers are most often found in the central business districts of metropolitan areas.

9. What is natural resources and mining?

This job requires long hours working outdoors, sometimes in remote locations for long periods of time.

10. What are truck drivers?

Incredibly long hours and quick turnarounds complicate and already dangerous with the truck of up to 40 tons in highway settings. Highway crashes are the leading cause of death.

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11. What are structural iron and steel workers?

structural iron and steel workers install iron and steel beams and use cranes to lift said beams. Iron workers have one of the highest rates of injuries of all occupations.

12. What are farmers, ranchers and other agricultural managers?

Working the land is maybe one of the oldest professions but new efficient technology has done a little to make the job safer. long hours and closed consistent contact with heavy machinery and equipment represent the bulk of injuries and fatalities on the job which is largely represented by transportation incidents.

13. What are helpers and construction trades?

Construction laborers and helpers do physically demanding work and have one of the highest rate injuries. They clean and prepare construction sites, dig trenches, build scaffolding and operate constructional equipment.

14. Tell me what are the roofers?

It does not take a history in roofing to know the biggest danger is not the sunburn or a hammered finger. Falls are the leading culprit in fatal injuries, while other non fatal injuries such as fractures make general construction work among the most injury pron jobs.

15. What is an alligator wrestler?

Wrestling an alligator is a dangerous but exciting activity. To win an alligator-wrestling competition, wrestlers must place their heads between the jaws of real alligators there for a set period of time, an activity with obvious dangers.

16. What are aircraft pilots and flight engineers?

Though pilots are often financially compensated for inherent dangers and responsibility of their jobs, no amount of money can change the fact that it is a long way down.

17. What are logging workers?

Danger abounds when you spend most of your days outside with heavy machinery, frequently bad weather and occasional high attitudes.

18. What is a skyscraper window glass cleaner?

You need tremendous courage to be a skyscraper window glass cleaner. If you suffer from acrophobia, forget this job. Glass cleaners are suspended on a narrow sill a few hundred feet above street-level - not a task for the faint of heart.

19. What is a lion tamer?

Taming lions sounds an interesting job, but it is actually very dangerous due to the obvious risks of toying with the powerful instinctive carnivores.

20. What is a helicopter cable worker?

Helicopter cable workers are those surreal-looking workers who fix various cables and power lines from a helicopter. The special conductive clothing these linemen wear allows them to work on high-voltage transmission lines with their bare hands.

21. What is a mine worker?

Working in a mine is undoubtedly a tough job. This job requires working outdoors, usually underground, for long periods of time. Workers are often exposed to large amounts of silica dust causing silicosis, which leads to inflammation and nodular lesions in the lungs. There are also the much-covered instances in which miners are killed in mine collapses, blasts, fires or landslides.

22. What is a target girl?

A target girl is a female assistant in circus performances such as knife throwing, archery or sharpshooting. The assistant stands in front of a target board or is strapped to a moving board while an impalement artist throws knives or shoots projectiles so as to hit the board but miss the assistant. The potential for injury or death is part of the visual thrill for the audience.

23. What is a lumberjack?

The slopes of the mountains on which most logging is done make lumberjack work quite dangerous. Carrying heavy equipment up steep terrain with a slope of 70-80 degrees often leads to accidents, especially in extreme weather. There is also a very real danger of being injured by a falling tree.

24. What are fishermen?

Working in the fishing industry is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. Fishermen have to work long hours every day, sometimes in darkness, without time for breaks. The heavy equipment used to catch fish is rife with potential for accidents. And though GPS technology helps to direct fishing boats, but in bad weather conditions and fatal accidents still happen.

25. What is a land mine remover?

De-mining, or mine clearance, is the process of removing land or sea mines from an area. Since manual mine clearance is much more effective than any automated method, human workers are still used to do the dangerous work of deactivating the world's land mines.

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26. How is construction laborer's job dangerous?

Many accidents happen at construction sites. Workers often do their jobs under giant steel beams or on the uneven surfaces high above the ground. The most common cause of death among construction workers is falling. Explosions, electric shocks, loud noises, high and low temperature, solvents, smoke, asbestos and incorrect lighting can also be dangerous to construction workers.

27. What is an armored car guard?

These are the people you see coming out of banks, loading the ATM machines, and moving cash from place to place. It is a dangerous job and they are easily identifiable and highly targetable. So needless to say, they just might be a little quick on the draw finger.

28. What is a bodyguard?

A bodyguard is a human shield for the person they work for - it might be a rock star, the president, a banker. It can be dangerous and you may have to put your life on the line but the pay is very rewarding.

29. What is a coast guard?

This is one of the most unselfish jobs out there. Coast Guard Search and Rescue are there to help those in desperate situations often putting their own lives at risk to get to their aid.

30. What is the risk factor of a policeman?

Today's policeman faces a lot of challenges and a lot more danger than generations of the past. On top of that, they are criticized constantly. This is a dangerous, stress-filled career but there is a great deal of pride in keeping the peace.

31. What is a bomb squad?

This is a career that the week of heart need not apply for. This is a risky and dangerous job, but there is also a real adrenaline rush here for these men and women. The pay is excellent and failing to unarm a bomb is simply not an option.

32. List some most dangerous jobs in the world?

These are some most dangerous jobs in the world:
☛ Bomb Squad
☛ Policeman
☛ Coast Guard
☛ Armored Car Guard
☛ Bodyguard
☛ Construction Laborers
☛ Electrical Power-Line Installers And Repairers
☛ Farmers, Ranchers, And Other Agricultural Managers
☛ Driver/Sales Workers and Truck Drivers
☛ Mining Machine Operators
☛ Refuse And Recyclable Material Collectors
☛ Roofers
☛ Aircraft Pilots And Flight Engineers
☛ Fishers And Related Fishing Workers
☛ Logging Workers
☛ Lumberjack
☛ Target girl
☛ Lion tamer
☛ Alligator wrestler
☛ Helicopter cable worker
☛ Skyscraper window glass cleaner
☛ Structural iron and steel workers
☛ Refuse and recyclable material collectors
☛ Bicycle messenger
☛ Fire Fighters
☛ Stuntmen
☛ Mountain Guides
☛ Personal bodyguards
☛ Rescue operation officers