Dealing with reproductive hazards in the workplace is an increasing concern. Chemical and biological reproductive hazards affect both men and women. Material safety data sheets are one source of information regarding reproductive hazards of a particular substance.

Information on specific chemicals and organisms is available in a booklet from EH&S. The office also provides training and can evaluate working conditions.

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