The OHS Regulations, s. 42 (10) state that “Where a worker is exposed to a substance which is designated as a reproductive toxin or a sensitizer, an employer shall develop policy and procedures appropriate to the risk, which may include protective reassignment.”
Reproductive hazards have the potential to negatively affect the health of females, males, and a developing fetus. These hazards may cause problems such as impotence, hormonal disruptions, infertility, miscarriage, and birth defects. Many people don’t consider their job as a possible cause for reproductive problems. During this webinar learn how to identify, assess and control these hazards along with the importance of education in the workplace.
In this presentation we will discuss:
- How to identify, assess and control reproductive toxins in the workplace
- The importance of education
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