Reproductive hazards in the workplace. Selected references.
Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 1991 May; :1-216
This report contained seven references and summaries that describe NIOSH activities and recommendations as they relate to reproductive hazards in the workplace. Summaries were included of two studies on reproductive hazards prepared by the Office of Technology Assessment and the Council on Environmental Quality. A list of additional references was provided as well. The papers included address the following specific topics: surveillance for work related adverse reproductive outcomes; video display terminals and the risk of spontaneous abortion; chemical hazards including 1,2-dibromo-3- chloropropane (96128); pregnancy and work; reproductive biology and mechanisms of toxic effects; evidence for workplace hazards to reproductive function; reproductive risk assessment; reproductive risk assessment in the regulatory process; sex discrimination; workers' compensation; tort liability; and ethical considerations.
Office-workers; Agricultural-workers; Chemical-industry-workers; Chemical-manufacturing-industry; Agricultural-chemicals; Reproductive-hazards; Reproductive-system-disorders; Spermatogenesis; Risk-factors; Occupational-exposure
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