With the increasing proportion of new occupational disease cases among workers in the electronics industry, their health issues and potential health risks have garnered widespread attention. This study is based on the monitoring results of organic pollutants at various workstations in an electronics company in Shenzhen. It employs both semi-quantitative and quantitative health risk assessment methods to evaluate and discuss the health risk levels. The results showed that:①The concentrations of organic compounds detected at all workstations in the surveyed company are below their occupational exposure limits. However, pollutants such as formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and xylene still pose a relatively high potential non-carcinogenic health risk. ②Health risk assessment results show that workers at inkjet printing, screen printing, packaging, and tinning workstations face higher health risk levels. ③There is good consistency between the results of the semi-quantitative risk assessment and the non-carcinogenic risk assessment, but there is less consistency with the results of the carcinogenic risk assessment. ④Different assessment methods have their own advantages and limitations. Using multiple assessment methods during the risk assessment process is essential to enhance objectivity and scientificity. This study shows that even low concentrations of organic substances in electronics companies can pose certain health risks. Effective protective measures should be strengthened. At the same time, multiple assessment methods should be employed to obtain a more comprehensive and objective evaluation result to ensure the health of practitioners.