THIS OPINION HAS NO PRECEDENTIAL VALUE.  IT SHOULD NOT BE CITED OR RELIED ON AS 
PRECEDENT IN ANY PROCEEDING EXCEPT AS PROVIDED BY RULE 239(d)(2), SCACR.

THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
In The Court of Appeals


Delphine Mitchell, Appellant,

v.

Florence County School District #1, Employer, and South Carolina School Board Insurance Trust, Carrier, Respondents.


Appeal from Florence County
 B. Hicks Harwell, Jr., Circuit Court Judge


Unpublished Opinion No. 2006-UP-417
Submitted November 1, 2006 – Filed December 18, 2006


AFFIRMED


Stephen J. Wukela, of Florence, for Appellant.

Kay G. Crowe and Adrianne L. Turner, both of Columbia, for Respondents.

PER CURIAM:  Delphine Mitchell (Claimant) appeals the circuit court’s order affirming the denial of worker’s compensation benefits.  Claimant argues the circuit court’s decision was erroneous and should be reversed because:  (1) the First Appellate Panel failed to comply with section 1-23-350 of the South Carolina Code (2005); (2) the First Appellate Panel erred in finding she did not suffer an occupational disease; (3) the Second Appellate Panel lacked jurisdiction to find chemicals at her work did not cause her asthma; and (4) the Second Appellate Panel erred in finding chemicals at work did not cause her asthma.[1]  We affirm.[2]

FACTS

On August 1, 1999, Claimant began working as a custodian for Florence County School District #1 (Employer).  As part of her duties, she worked with various cleaning chemicals.  On March 25, 2001, Claimant admitted herself into Carolinas Hospital System because she had problems breathing.  Dr. Robert Richey, a physician specializing in internal medicine, diagnosed Claimant with asthma.  Dr. Richey also consulted Dr. Mark Bernard, a pulmonologist.  Dr. Bernard concurred