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        StatementNational Action Committee on the Status of Women
        PublishersNational Action Committee on the Status of Women
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1986
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 104 p. :
        Number of Pages43
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
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No Reproductive hazards in the workplace removed from exposure will suffer any loss of earnings. This fact sheet highlights chemicals and metals; however, there are many types of workplace hazards.

For example, a worker with a back condition might require a job that does not entail heavy lifting, a worker with a skin sensitivity to a particular substance ought not to have to work with the substance, and a worker with arthritis might need a light duty assignment. Make sure everyone working with a known reproductive hazard understands the risks and how to protect themselves:• First aid [ ] In case of emergency, it is recommended to understand first aid procedures in order to minimize any damage.

The best way to find out what chemicals are in the product s you use, or products that are used around you, is to get a copy of the Safety Data Sheets for that product. Examples of biological hazards include mold, sewage, blood and bodily fluids. The DNA stored in these chromosomes determines what we will look like and how our bodies will function.

To date, no sperm count depression is evident at this level of exposure. The sperm and egg each contribute 23 chromosomes at fertilization. They consider questions such as:• in litigation also identify Union Carbide and Monsanto as having maintained exclusionary policies.

Chemical hazard

These sperm often have trouble swimming or lack the ability to fertilize the egg. During the special review process, EPA required warning labels regarding the possible teratogenic effects of triphenyltin hydroxide TPTHeven though the pesticide is a potential reproductive hazard for both sexes. The underlying issue with reproductive and developmental toxicity is that short-term exposures during a critical period can result in long-term health effects.