To have an understanding of the impact of various general characteristics on blood pressure and blood lipids, 833 organic solvent industrial male workers, who participated in a health check-up at a hospital, were investigated. The results were as follows: The older the worker, the higher his BMI and the longer his duration of employment the more the mean values increased in SBP, DBP, total cholesterol, triglyceride and LDL-C levels, but the more the mean values decreased in HDL-C levels. The mean values of HDL-C levels in workers that have a disease are lower than in healthy workers. The mean values of triglyceride in smoking workers are significantly higher than in nonsmoking workers, however the mean values of HDL-C in smoking workers are significantly less than in nonsmoking workers. Additionally, the more frequently the worker drinks alcohol, the more the mean values of triglyceride increase.